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Old 05-12-2005, 08:45 PM   #1
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Let's talk music

kinda thinking about putting together a cd for long smokes...I know I work at an Easy Listening radio station..I've also dj'd at clubs with dance, beach and oldies as themes.

Here's what I'm thinking of adding to the cd...what would be on yours????

Stagefright...The Band
Tupelo Honey...Van Morrison
Coyote ...Joni Mitchell
LIttle Wing..Stevie Ray Vaughn
Long Black Veil ....Johnny Cash
My Love Will Not Change....Del McCroury
Sweet Tea....Cravin Melon
Something Like That...Tim McGraw
You Can Sleep While I Drive....Trisha Yearwood
Blue Sky...Allman Brothers
There You Are....Martinia Mcbride
Redemption Song....Bob Marley
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry...Hank Williams
Pasenger Seat....SheDaisy
Liqour in the Well...Mike Cross ("I don't know who put the liquor in the
well but I think I know who found it.)
My Town ...Montgomery Gentry
Hurt...Johnny Cash
Caravan....Van Morrison
When I Said I Do...Clint Black
Been There....Clint Black
Ain't Going Down....Garth Brooks
Into the Mystic....Van Morrison
Crazy Love....Van Morrison
All My Exes.....George Strait




This should be fun.
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Old 05-12-2005, 08:49 PM   #2
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You need some Keb Mo.
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I believe he did a great version of Little Wing, so I'll add that, but not subtract the Steve version.
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Buddy I don't know half of those songs, but I approve of the SRV Little Wing cover. I can't get enough of his guitar playing lately.

I found an MP3 on the net of him with BB King called 'Matchbox Blues' and I love it but it's not complete. :badgrin: Gonna try and find it on CD and actually pay for it.
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I met BB once....super nice guy. Big man. And I was wrong about keb...he did "I'm so lonesome I could cry", so I'll add that for Finneyking.
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Old 05-12-2005, 09:18 PM   #8
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yeah Sled, I forgot Buffet....

for the overnight cooks I'll take Island and the Captain and the Kid.

Lot's of great songs for the eating party!

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Old 05-12-2005, 09:26 PM   #10
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I like the SRV Little Wing instrumental version off the greatest hits cd more than the version with vocals.

Could Texas Flood make it on to your cd?

Other than that Cappy, well, I still listen to a lot of vintage AC/DC, Metallica and the like...

I kinda like Van Morrison Brown Eyed Girl, Santanna Smooth ... maybe they are good BBQ tunes too.
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