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Jari Razskazoff

Favorite Bands

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I love music. Do you?

Who are some of your favorite bands/Musicians?

Here's mine

1. Drive By Truckers

2. Lucero

3. Kings of Leon

4. Muddy Waters

5. The Black Crowes

6. The Black Keys

7. Motorhead

8. Peter Tosh

9. Ray Charles

10. Red Hot Chili Peppers (only "blood,sugar,sex,magic")

11. Screamin' Jay Hawkins

That should be enough for a start

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Thats quite a mix of music styles.

A couple of buddies of mine went to the Black Keyes\Black Crowes show labor day weekend and they both were surprised by the Black Keyes, pretty good stuff for a two piece band.

Here's mine:

Classic Rock:

Zeppelin

Floyd

Allman Bros

Beatles

Rock:

Kid Rock

Everlast

Beastie Boys

Janes Addiction

Punk:

Against Me!

Dropkick Murphys

Flogging Molly

Distillers

Hard Rock:

Slipknot

System of the Down

Deftones

Country:

David Allen Coe

Willie

Waylon

Hank

Blues:

John Lee Hooker

Robert Johnson

John Mayer

B.B. King

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Beatles, Clapton, Dire Straits, ELO, Led Zeppelin, Guns N Roses, Sublime, 311, Blink 182, Red Hot Chili Peppers, System Of A Down, Rage Against the Machine, Steely Dan, Barenaked Ladies, Duran Duran, Simon & Garfunkel, Simply Red, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Stone Temple Pilots, OZZY

Just So Many.

I must be one of the youngest Steely Dan fans in the world, and Electric Light Orchestra is a guilty pleasure of mine, they rock

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I like these:

MMW

RL Burnside

Government Mule or anything with Warren Haynes

Talking Heads

Drive By Truckers

North Mississippi Allstars

Phish

Widespread Panic

Black Keys

Merle Haggard

Hank Sr.

Waylon Jennings

Bob Dylan

Willie Nelson

Johnny Cash

Van Morrison

Wilco

Smiling Assassins

Jayhawks

Spearhead

Flaming Lips

Wailers

Grateful Dead, Old and in the Way, Reconstruction

Vic Chesnut

Charlie Hunter

Galactic

The Fog

Roe Family Singers

anything bluegrass

and many many more

I'm a live music nut. Been to well over 1000 concerts in 48 states. Don't get out too much the past 4 years, kids are too young and fishing takes up much of my time.

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The Doors

The Temptations

Al Green

Bob Marley

Hendrix

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Willie Nelson

Waylon Jennings

Merle Haggard

Johnny Cash

Cake

Sublime

Joe Nichols

Montgomery Gentry

George Strait

Brad Paisley

Tupac

Dr Dre

NWA

The Nuge

Eagle&Hawk

and too many more to list.

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Here's my list:

Widespread Panic

Grateful Dead

Trampled by Turtles

Railroad Earth

Phish

Perpetual Groove

Led Zeppelin

Bob Dylan

Talking Heads

Van Morrison

Vic Chesnut

Jerry Joesph

Outformation

Gov't Mule

Drive By Truckers

Keller Williams

Atmosphere

Neil Young

.....and many more

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Latest and greatest favorite is Grace Potter and the Nocturnals

Bob Dylan

Springsteen

Beatles

Rolling Stones

Grateful Dead

The Band

The Clash

The Replacements

Husker Du

Jayhawks

Uncle Tupelo (Son Volt and Wilco)

Old 97’s

Lucinda Williams

Ryan Adams

Lucero

My Morning Jacket

Hem

Dave Matthews Band

Jewel

Muddy Waters

John Lee Hooker

Early J Geils Band (Full House Live - darn near one of the greatest rollicking live blues I’ve heard… "Take Out Your False Teeth, Momma-I wanna Suck on Your Gums!")

Clapton

Aretha Franklin

James Brown

Gladys Knight and the Pips

David Allen Coe

Waylon Jennings

Guy Clark

Steve Earle

Joe Ely

Slaid Cleaves

And many, many, more…

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Van Halen

Weezer

Matthew Sweet

Dave Matthews Band

Toad the Wet Sprocket

Pearl Jam

King's X

Stone Temple Pilots

Alice in Chains

Audioslave

Billy Idol

Billy Joel

Prince

Rush

Soul Asylum

Wallflowers

U2

In no particular order except #1.

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OK, broken down into categories:

Rock:

Gear Daddies

Trip Shakespeare

Grateful Dead

Beatles

James Brown

Parliment/George Clinton/P-Funk all stars

Metallica

Old Van Halen

Alman bro's., Skynard, Doobie Brothers, etc.

Country:

Hank Sr.

Waylon

Willie

any country from the 50's, 60's and 70's

Blues:

Howlin' Wolf

Robert Johnson

Pink Anderson

John Lee Hooker

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Melvins

Fugazi

Dillinger 4

Murder city devils

NOFX

Tom Waits

Slayer

Pixies

Motorhead

Misfits

Dread Zeppelin (Tortelvis is king)

Too many more to mention

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1. Megadeth

2. Kiss

3. Van Halen

4. Metallica

5. Disterbed

6. Tool

7. Pantera

8. Ted Nugent

9. Pink Floyd

10 Led Zeppelin

and many more.

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Beatles

Ween

Rage Against the Machine

Beastie Boys

Radiohead

Eazy-E

Dre.

Cube

N.W.A.

Skynard

CCR

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Bad Religion

Social Distortion

Pennywise

Pulley

Arsis

After the Burial

From Autumn to Ashes

Remnants of the Executed

With Dead Hands Rising

Deviates

Dead to Fall

As I Lay Dying

Born of Osiris

The Body Beneath

Blackheart Eulogy

Dead Elizbeth

Knights of the Abyss

All Shall Perish

As Blood Runs Black

I have a preference for downtuned guitars that are reminiscent of chainsaws and double bass pedals that sound like a gallon of paint being mixed up!

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NOT REALLY IN ORDER EXCEPT THAT GNR IS THE GREATEST BAND EVER.

GNR

Motley Crue

Godsmack

MetallicA

Skid Row

Disturbed

Stone Temple Pilots

Tesla

Breaking Benjamin

SOAD

2pac

Dre

Snoop

Biggie

WuTang

eminem

lil Wayne

DMX

Eazy-E

NWA

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The Clash

Zeppelin

Primus

Zappa-any of his bands

Jane's Addiction

Springsteen

Flogging Molly

Rush

Rage Against The Machine

The Who

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Sledneck, you and I completely disagree on Delmon Young, but totally agree on Guns N Roses

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Stones

Led Zeppelin

Stevie Ray Vaughn

ZZ Top

Pink Floyd

The Who

Jethro Tull

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