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On the country side, I am listening to Staind leader singer Aaron Lewis, Gary Allan, Chris Ledoux, and some cowboy music. Anything outside of that was sang in the holler, or Pop country isn't for me.

On the rock side, I am listening to Staind, Metalica, and a few in that realm.

On the classical side, I just select the Andre Reau channel on Pandora and whatever it plays I never hit next.

I also like big band type stuff from the 1940s, and crooners.
 
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I grabbed the first five from the stack of CD's in my trophy room. This will date me.....Beatles, Doors, Eagles, Jefferson Starship and Gordon Lightfoot.
 
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One of my German colleagues listens to the a German Radio station that plays what they call Schlager Musik (or the Hits).

They play the Beatles all the time.
 
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Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto, Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond, Ray Charles, Alison Krause, Leann Rimes, anything by Joss Stone, Pink Floyd (Dark Side of the Moon), a lot of Sting's stuff, Nat King Cole, Jan Sibelius, Edvard Grieg, poor Amy Winehouse -- kind of all over the map, but I do not consider rap or hip hop music under any circumstances.
Kongoni, copy on your list, too.


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Any classical, especially Mozart's concertos, any classical guitar, lots of blues, SRV, Waters, Winter, plenty of heavy stuff, lots of Maiden, Buckethead, Ozzy (Which is in reality Bob Daisley), Zakk Wylde, oddball stuff like Sugar, Pogues, Slipknot, and just about everything else EXCEPT Hollywood country, emo, and most rap - although I do like some Wu-Tang.
 
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Get your ass east and try some Carolina Shag sucka. You're 1/4 South-Cakalakyian on your mothers side....
 
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Hard not to like this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZKzW-ASP_Y


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Posts: 6993 | Location: Rambouillet, France | Registered: 25 June 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just recently discovered The Seekers, an Australian folk/rock band that started in the '60's and still plays occasionally today.

I always liked the song "Georgy Girl" from the movie of the same name, but didn't realize who sang it.

Judith Durham had, and still has, a tremendous voice.

If they had had more exposure in the U.S. I think they'd be ranked alongside of the Beatles, Peter, Paul & Mary, The Stones and other big-name groups of the time.

Several of their songs are on YouTube. Check out "The Carnival is Over," "Another You," and "A World of Our Own."


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I listen to a little bit of Boer Country/Rock stuff. Mostly Bok Van Blerk and Steve Hofmeyr.

As for the rest of the Afrikaans artist; some of it is good, some of it is the same techno country pop wierdo music they play on German Schlager radio but sung in Afrikaans.

Some of it sounds like Alpine folk music.

Some of it sounds like 1980's Crowded House or 80's pop rock.

Some of it sounds like 80's hard rock.

I like some of it, but not all of it.
 
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Get your ass east and try some Carolina Shag sucka. You're 1/4 South-Cakalakyian on your mothers side....


Looks overly complicated.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8l5pczCZw04
 
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Originally posted by 16Bore:
Get your ass east and try some Carolina Shag sucka. You're 1/4 South-Cakalakyian on your mothers side....


Looks overly complicated.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8l5pczCZw04


I have to drink a hell of a lot to get my ankles to flop around like that.
 
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I can never remember names of pieces or composers .This morning I heard classical music -- a hunting party !
 
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My tastes in music are pretty eclectic, but I really do not consider Rap as being music.

So many radio stations have changed their format to mostly "Talk Shows", so what I listen to when I am out and about on my rounds are Audio Books.


Even the rocks don't last forever.



 
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I like cowboy music Chris Ledoux, Willie Nelson, Dollie Parton, Loretta, you know all the oldies, I qualify for oldies...Guess I like music that tells a story, no yelling or repetition, but to each his own..I do feel like country music has been invaded by rock stars void of talent..


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Ray look up Ned Ledoux, it is Chris' son. My sister and first cousin are a couple of years younger than me, and were in Wyoming High School Rodeo with Ned.

He's a good singer. See if you can find a copy of Brother Higway. Probably the best western song written in 30 years.
 
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