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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    im trying to get this into our repertoire for the bluegrass mass we play a few times a year. i did an arrangement with fiddle, guitar and 3-part harmony (2 male one female) for a christmas service a few years ago. its a fun song to sing.

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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gr8hope View Post
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lyve_egY8o

    Sorry, can't get video to post. It's Van Morrison,
    "These Are The Days."
    Lovely song......


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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    For G 'n' R fans who love Axel Rose, this may not be the video to watch. But this is Slash and Myles Kennedy doing an acoustic version of Sweet Child 'O Mine:



    These guys are awesome:






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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    "Sara Smile"

    That article I posted earlier reminded me of this song.

    I bet it's her favourite song.

    It might be mine - I could listen to it every day and never grow tired.

    It reminds me of how good it can be when it is......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza View Post
    "Sara Smile"

    That article I posted earlier reminded me of this song.

    I bet it's her favourite song.

    It might be mine - I could listen to it every day and never grow tired.

    It reminds me of how good it can be when it is......

    Dude- I know Monte well. His sister is one of my best friends. He did the riffs for the show Last Man standing with Tim Allen on ABC
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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by bilbo View Post
    Dude- I know Monty well. His sister is one of my best friends
    Is she hawt?

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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by bilbo View Post
    Dude- I know Monte well. His sister is one of my best friends. He did the riffs for the show Last Man standing with Tim Allen on ABC
    Wow what a coincidence!!! I'm very impressed with his performance and ability - feel free to mention next time you see him. Obviously if he's in the company of Daryl Hall - his talent is a given!

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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Forever by Kiss with Eric Carr on drums. Carr died of cancer at 40-41 years old great drummer and this is a good song.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_RKO5ozLVo
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    http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=Ziv0W...%3DZiv0Wn9LVwg

    Saw them this past weekend on Broadway, great music.
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    If you can bring Robert Plant to tears covering 'Stairway to Heaven', you're doing it right...

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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonaudio View Post
    If you can bring Robert Plant to tears covering 'Stairway to Heaven', you're doing it right...

    im usually not big on the tribute stuff, but this one was spot on
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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    im usually not big on the tribute stuff, but this one was spot on
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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    I'm big into the metal and harder rock righnt now. Halestorm, Five Finger Death Punch, Saving Abel, BuckCherry; some of those dudes. Oh yea The Band Perry is up on that list also, country with rocker edge. I like a little Wagner on the way home, also. I know, I'm all over the place musically but it is what it is.

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