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    Sanctified Groove

    So swayed1's thread about "...church drummer won't listen...." reminded me of a conversation with someone about the "Sanctified Groove" I always liked this guy-...
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    A Little Pick Me Up (featuring the late great Richie Hayward)

    My Hero! The master of waaaay behind the beat. Lays down a groove you can break your ankle in!
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    O.T. If you don't care much for Country Music...

    How can you NOT like country music! Paraphrasing ChicagoDave "....there is some incredible stuff in this thread." Real Deal Country Music is an American art form. I mean Hank Williams sits at the same table with Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, Scott Joplin, Aaron Copeland, the Gershwins...
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    Speaking of unorthodox setups, Cold Blood's Sandy McKee

    I remember seeing them at the Fillmore East back in the day. They were terrific! ( Buddy Miles Express was the opener!) I don't remember the headliner.
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    O.T. If you don't care much for Country Music...

    Gettin' into Tex-Mex now. Texas Tornados!
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    O.T. If you don't care much for Country Music...

    The Mavericks
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    O.T. If you don't care much for Country Music...

    Emmy Lou Harris and the Hot Band. With the mighty Albert Lee!
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    O.T. If you don't care much for Country Music...

    Dwight Yoakam
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    More Steve Jordan Goodness

    Wow! That's quite a load of talent on that stage!
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    One tune that blew you away.

    In the 9th grade hearing "Purple Haze" for the first time is a vivid memory. Nobody had ever heard anything like that before. Jimi had invented a new language but this tune has always stuck in my head from the first time I heard it on Electric Ladyland -(surprisingly good audio but obviously not...
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    Famous for something else and you made an album video thread .

    Tina Yothers-Alex Keatons' little sister-(Michael J. Fox could be on this list but no... he's one of the good guys) Not terrible-
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    More Steve Jordan Goodness

    From that same San Diego show...
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    Greasy Grooves

    Yes he was and obviously loved his art. The show at BB Kings was a record release party for "Hotcakes and Outtakes" thrown by Rhino Records. (I had an in with a buddy was was a record buyer for a now defunct electronics/record chain here in NYC) Backstage were several record exec. types mostly...
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    A Little Concerned About a Neil Peart Statue

    Good, its not just me. I was gonna say it sorta captures the essence but looks a little too much like "Gollum" behind the kit. (proportions and all)
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    More Steve Jordan Goodness

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