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I know there are alot of music lovers here, all types.

Do you ever come across something on, say U Tube, maybe a particularly good live performance, maybe a rare line-up of musicians, something from an old TV show maybe ... and you say "Wow ... thats really good".?

Well ... why not share that find with others ?

Post a link here.

I don't care how old or what kind of music.

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House of the Rising Sun cover by Frigid Pink

My favorite show growing up was The Midnight Special. This by Heart

Simple, but good and natural

And, I know why Kid Rock said musicians in the 1970's were uglier than today's but made better music

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Ahh ... the Midnight Special. That was a big deal back in the day of 4 channels !

Where else could you see musicians on the tube ?

I'll post one a day ... but I'll keep em coming.

I think alittle intro is a good idea too.

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Lou Reed does his classic "Sweet Jane" on Letterman. 3:42

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Jason Boland and the Stragglers. One of the best country bands that gets overlooked by mainstream radio. Gotta like the steel and fiddle.

Red dirt country with some acoustic Stoney LaRue

Live Reckless Kelly

Live Stoney LaRue from Mardi Gras Texas '09. We were there, it was a crazy night.

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People sometimes ask me why is Hank Williams Sr in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ?

The easiest way to explain it is to point out that Hank Sr wrote this song in 1946.

Think about that. 1946 !

George Thorogood and The Destroyers doing "Move it on Over" 5:24

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Ok ... I promised only 1 a day but the Stones are in play and, heaven forbide, studio versions at that.

huh ?

If you love the Stones, you've got to listen to all the live tunes available from the year 1973.

The Stones are at their peak.

Here's a sample .... 2 I find ABSOLUTELY JAW DROPPING.

Gimme Shelter

Tumblin' Dice

Oh ... and here's Angie

Billy Preston on keyboards.

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To embed a video into your posts click on this button: movie.png

Select 'YouTube' from the drop down list.

Paste in the same link just as you're doing in the earlier posts and then hit 'OK'.

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