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PostSun Feb 03, 2002 6:42 pm 
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I would probably listed to KMPS on the morning commute, but there isn't enough music--just DJ's and commercials.  I like Willie Nelson as well.  Country has it's share of crying beer songs.  "1000 Light Beers Ago"--please, not good.  "There's a Tear in My Beer"--okay.  "Long Neck Bottle, Let Go of My Hand"-- lol.gif  lol.gif

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PostTue Feb 12, 2002 6:42 pm 
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I dug out my Gene Watson "Back to the Fire" cd today.  The first song on it is the best and a *real* gem of a song, "Don't Waste it on the Blues."  The short fiddle solo towards the end really stands out and I checked the credits to see who did it.  It's done by local fiddle legend, Mark O'Connor.  He does studio backup for other country musicians to, so if you hear some good fiddling, check the credits!

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PostWed Feb 13, 2002 12:51 am 
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Don't forget, if you think you may like "music beyond the bounds of good taste", try 90.7 on Sat noon - 4.

here's what I heard last week

ballad of gumby
the viagra song
t bone talkin woman got a hot dog heart
wild wood weed
lizzie borden rag
mooseturd pie
ghostriders in the sky
hank w sr, don't remember the song
thirty point buck
the bricklayer
the iceman
little nash rambler
folsom prison blues
the snit
i've been everywhere
won't go huntin w'ya jake, but I'll go chasin' wimmin

and about 2-3 more hours after that. If ya like weird and wonderful I challenge you to pick an afternoon chore and put moscowitz on and not bust out laughing at least once.

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PostWed Feb 13, 2002 6:33 pm 
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Have listened to moscowitz a few times and some of the stuff you hear is--well--truly amazing.  How the heck did some of those songs ever get recoreded.  We will never know of course, and perhaps it is better that way.  lol.gif  lol.gif  clown.gif

on a sadder note http://dailynews.yahoo.com/fc/entertainment/waylon_jennings

"Where does it go, the good Lord only knows..." - Honky-Tonk Heroes

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PostWed Feb 13, 2002 9:14 pm 
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Any one here ever heard Travis Schred country rap punk at it's finest. otherwise oldies Hank Sr., Buck Owens, Waylon RIP frown.gif , Patsy, etc. Nothin else will due when drivin thrw Darrington.

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PostTue Feb 19, 2002 5:08 pm 
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And speaking of KEXP and country music, you might check out Shake the Shack with Leon Berman the self proclaimed "Proctologist of Rock an Roll" playing country, boogie, rythem and blues Friday nights at 6:00.  It's outrageous.
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