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    I see him like I see a Marius Burger, not the best , but evocative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JEK
    I see him like I see a Marius Burger, not the best , but evocative.
    that is about the most perfect answer to that question as can possibly be
    "When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace" Jimi Hendrix

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike R
    Quote Originally Posted by JEK
    I see him like I see a Marius Burger, not the best , but evocative.
    that is about the most perfect answer to that question as can possibly be

    Let's talk Dover Sole next . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by JEK
    I see him like I see a Marius Burger, not the best , but evocative.
    OK. I can see that. He just doesn't evoke that in me. I do have about 6 of his albums...
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    What are you listening to right now?

    BTW listening to Sinead OConnner

    Eddie....JB writes about a lifestyle..a philosophy...an attitude......much of it is related to boaters...therefore boaters are and have been his biggest following...he writes so many lines that most people who work on land wouldnt understand, but boaters would..as one small example, in One Particular Harbor he sings "I used to rule my world from a payphone"....anyone who worked offshore pre cell phone and internet can totally relate to that line.... because when the boats would come in...the line at the pay phones would be astronomical so guys could call their loved ones and manage their "stuff" before they had to go back offshore.....and there are about a hundred more lyrics of his which, which subtle as some are, relate to boaters and island life ( living there, not vacationing there ), both of which have been a huge part of my life, and which I can totally relate to....

    thats the appeal for me


    one of the best JB concert moments for me was a show in Mansfield....he came out for an encore.....and this was a particularly out of control parking lot party and show..and he said....."If you are here on vacation let me hear it"..and a small percentage of people shouted and cheered...and he said..."well if you have plans to take in a whale watch or a fishing trip tomorrow...look around, because every Captain and every Mate from every boat is probably here tonight and they are probably the ones who were in our parking lot video earlier".....
    "When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace" Jimi Hendrix

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    He's way too big to just appeal to boaters.
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    What are you listening to right now?

    Quote Originally Posted by eddie
    He's way too big to just appeal to boaters.

    I agree.. But I am going back to the original draw...the original fans...the ones who really got this whole thing going....the one draw that drew me as a 5 dollar additional charge to get into AstroWorld in Houston to see him...the ones who listened to him pick and strum in Select in the early 80's...it was boaters first..everyone after..which was his plan all along...well actually I think he thought it would be just a boat trash following.....surprise!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie
    He's way too big to just appeal to boaters.
    People who want to be boaters and islanders and dopers and drinkers and suntanned.
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    :p :p I wanna be those things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie
    :p :p I wanna be those things.
    Listen to JB and you shall be transported . . .
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    LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by JEK
    I see him like I see a Marius Burger, not the best , but evocative.

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    What are you listening to right now?

    Dawg is honked off. Late night runs include a long leash, flashlight and a long range chemical spray since he had TWO encounters of the skunk kind in the last two weeks. Geez, when will he learn? When will I? Heck, it's just noodling in the woods. Wouldn't miss it.

    Playing right now as we head out - "Rambling Man" by Bob Seger.
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    Quote Originally Posted by Voosh
    Playing right now as we head out - "Rambling Man" by Bob Seger.
    Wow. Excellent.
    On an island in the sun we'll be playing and having fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEK
    Quote Originally Posted by eddie
    He's way too big to just appeal to boaters.
    People who want to be boaters and islanders and dopers and drinkers and suntanned.
    Well said!! Given we are landlocked and surrounded by flat land and cornfields here in IL. LOL I envy you water people. With a little luck and 7 more years we will find our way to water.
    It was my first look, baby that's all it took

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    What are you listening to right now?

    OK. Cleaning up here.

    Playing right now off of original vinyl (Delmark DS-625) is Luther Allison. "Love Me Momma" and "Why I Love The Blues" reminded of old days (I met Luther once and recorded in same studio.) Wow! Memories.

    "Bus Stop" by Hollies will be next.

    Who knows what else will pop up as I clean up the racks. Spring cleaning, long time coming, is upon me.

    Well, after "Bus Stop," I had to play "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother." (EPIC PE 32061 - vinyl.)

    Then onto more vinyl albums.


    Patty Smyth (band named Scandal - Columbia PC 39173)

    And, Alabama - "My Home's In Alabama" (off of RCA AHL 1-7170 B)

    TMI? Maybe. We'll discuss it at the "office." D'accord?
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    in an effort to resurrect this thread....

    i'm listening to "God Blessed the Broken Road" by rascal flatts this morning!
    The waves of the sea bring me back to me.

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    just waitin for the last of the passengers to get on board and I am about to back the boat out of the slip and I have my new favorite summer song on right now on Pandora up on the bridge

    Soul of a Sailor by my man Kenny Chesney
    "When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace" Jimi Hendrix

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    listening to a local Philly band called Free Energy. Their debut album (CD) Stuck on Nothing.
    Outstanding :)

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    Weather Channel music..
    The last of the famous international playboys

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    you got the wrong band

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_NJ
    Weather Channel music..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_NJ
    Weather Channel music..

    Remember when "The Weather Channel" had real WX info?
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    beautiful summer night

    so it has to be Coltrane...

    and it is
    "When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace" Jimi Hendrix

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    What are you listening to right now?

    Mike,

    Just plopped in Wes Montgomery's "West Coast Blues." Solid 50s rambling the CA coasts tune.

    Listening to some live Tab Benoit (good guy,) Ziggy and Young Rascals. Fun.
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    listening to an incredible version of Grateful Dead's Friend of the Devil by Lyle Lovett on XM
    "When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace" Jimi Hendrix

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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    Just found an original tape of the rhythm tracks for "Bernadette." With James Jamerson kicking it out on bass. I'm speechless. A quick call to the original Motown producer confirmed it. House cleaning can be so much fun.


    BTW. Lyle is one heck of a player. I got to see him and Bonnie together on stage one time. WOW!
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    deanna carter's "that's how you know it's love"....sue me, i'm a hopeless romantic!!!
    The waves of the sea bring me back to me.

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    jack emptying the dishwasher and OAR's Crazy Game of Poker

    Slow day at the office

    Oh did you NOT mean literally?
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    There's days and there are those days. It's one of those days.

    I put in The Animals' "We Gotta Get Outta This Place." Kathy came in and hit the stop button and said "Play your favorite inspirational tune."

    I listened and relistened to Ziggy Marley's "Got To Be True To Yourself." Kathy is a genius.

    I, then, played the live version of "Let Love Take Control" by Tab Benoit.

    Day's looking a lot better (thanks to Kathy and music.)
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    What are you listening to right now?

    "Takin' Care Of Business" works well, too.

    My wife was raised in Illinois and southern Georgia/northern Florida. She's an accomplished professional. She really wants to throw something at me when I play Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman" for her. Then, she laughs. I love that laugh.

    Gretchen is interesting. Great music. Radical right politics. Loves (and has played with) Heart (Wilson connection?) She abided by the Wilson sister's (Heart) request not to use their songs in political settings. Cool.
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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