How about some blues!

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  1. ronjor

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    GREAT!.....Right up my Cul-de-Sac Ron........



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    Are we the only blues lovers here?

    I thought Peaches might like it, but Chocise? :D :D :cool:

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    Raised on it Ron my mate.....Sonny Terry, Brownie Mcgee, Big Bill Broonzie.....learned to play the 'Face piano' long long ago, still got a Blues Harp (No longer got enough wind).....also big Blue Grass fan........always wanted to be a 5 string banjo picker....was never any good at it.. :'( I always said, when I die I want to come back as a bluesman or a banjo-picker :D......some got it, some ain't......I ain't :D


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    I guess we'll have to get you over to Louisiana or Kentucky next go round. :D

    Not that the Brits haven't had some good blues men. Of course, we know where the roots are.

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    Don't be too sure Ron...a lot of American blues stars spent a lot of time over here...and in quite a few cases, their careers actually took off here and then elevated to the Big A...... :D


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    That's true to a certain extent. Nothing like a Mississippi cotton field though.
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    Loooooooool......How would you know......your a Texan... :D :D :D :D....I thought ya'll just sang to your Herd and your Cayuse while ridin' the range.. :D :D :D...Yipee-i-ay........



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    Have to tell you, we grow tons of cotton here. I've chopped cotton with the best of them.
    It made me sing the blues! :D :D :cool:
     
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    You surprized me too
    :eek: Just shows to go ya........ I was raised on it also....for a number of years i traveled the country with a pocket full of harps sitting in everywhere for free beer :p money meant nothing in those days........ i think.... :rolleyes:
    ....... turned down more then one good offer....o well... :'( :D
     
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    I don't know where you are located in Alaska Rainwalker. My brother was in Anchorage last year for the big snow.
    Anyway, a pic of lighting in Anchorage. Rare sight up there.
     

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    Thanks for the pic ronjor....yeah, we had a lot of it this year....and lightning is as rare as hen's teeth....this summer we have had more then i have ever seen.... and i be a 'Sourdough'.......very 'strange' things have been going on for awhile up here.
     
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    Love Blues, having puterradio problems, will try later, Ron!!


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    It's a flash app Marja. Your speakers aren't working?
     
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    Marja Honestly, I'm not a bot!!

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    Or how about I didn't even have them on? :) :)

    But, that does remind me that they say Firebird doesn't support Windows Media 9, so what do you use in place of it? I can't handle Real Player and all that comes with it!

    Turning speakers on now!!!o_O :)
     
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    I have Firebird and media player nine seems to work for me.
     
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    Way too quiet.
     
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    WMP 10 sure works well for me.
     
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