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Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Don Wassall, Feb 24, 2008.
Old Crow Medicine Show - Wagon Wheel [Live] - YouTube
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New OCMS Best Of album coming February 10, 2017. Pre-order now! http://flyt.it/bestofocms "Wagon Wheel ...
Thanks much. I really enjoyed that. hope you like this - a bit different.
Glad you liked it Tom! Heck ya I like Wagon Wheel! Prefer their original to the remake by Darius Rucker.
Liking this band lately
Sabbath melody (“Country Girl” & “Neon Knights”) from ‘Heaven & Hell’ featuring the late, great Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi & “Geezer” Butler.
Hard rock/metal lost one of the greatest vocals of all time with the passing of Ronnie James Dio! Sadly, he was already in bad shape at the recording of that show...near the end for his days.
(((Paul Simon))) claimed he wrote this old English folk song, which actually dates back to medieval times:
Indeed. RJD was THE greatest heavy metal vocalist of all time (even better than Halford, Dickenson & Ozzy). His voice was the epitome of heavy metal singing. Here’s one from him fronting Rainbow.
I've been listening to music by white artists from eras gone by. Here's a classic from the 1950s sung by Julie London, Cry Me a River.
Here's one from Frank Sinatra, Summer Wind.
Nice find. Great stuff. My only complaint is the lead female singer wearing dreadlocks (sigh). I saw someone in the comments section making the same observation...it should be braids...something like this:
Great tune from a modern Texas Country Outlaw. Good to see more of this type of music emerging instead of most of the swill coming out of Nashville today.
Another classic from the Aussie rock outfit “LRB”. This was in the soundtrack from 1983’s “Bad Boys” with Sean Penn.
Here's a song from the punk rock band Bad Religion meant to put down the alt right. I posted it here so you can read the comments a lot of which are pro alt right. This would never have happened a few years ago.
A lot of whites are awakening and things are looking up.
An ode to Southern heroes...
The song makes the alt right seem pretty cool.
Anyway, no young people are listening to Bad Religion either way. Older leftists are probably the only ones listening to their music.
It does make the alt right seem cool. You have many in the comments saying that. Some suggested that the song should be adopted as an alt right anthem.
I'm not a fan of Bad Religion or their anti-Christian logo. I just wanted people to read some of the comments. It's very encouraging.
Heretic big Cody Jinks fan! Check this guy out. Young man from Eastern KY.
Sturgill Simpson another from KY pumping out great music.
Bad Religion uses left-wing politics as a crutch. They don't have the talent to win people over with solid rock songs so they play the contrarian card. BR once sang "Ain't it beautiful to be alive? Yeah, Right".
Around 2008 Pennywise had a song that said something like, "I don't want to live in the Western World - wanna watch it burn". Here in 2018 I'm glad Gavin McInnes has a group that is pro-Western Civilization-somebody needs to stand up for the West. Bummer about Pennywise because Bro Hymn is a good track.
In my opinion, bands are supposed to make music that sounds good. Rule number 1: be talented. If their music sounds good, their politics are secondary and I'll give them some wiggle room in proportion to their talent.
If you read the lyrics to Bad Religion's "The Defense", you'll see they have common ground with politicians like Rand Paul when it comes to surveillance, but BR is just too stubborn to meet someone on the right half way.
This would be in the category of all things White and all things the Left would hate. These seem like the kind of guys you'd want with you if you ran into some Antifa pukes on a sunny afternoon...
This made my weekend. These guys rock. They are very good and it's fun to watch!
Nearly 66 million views!