It’s Not For Me I Ask These Questions

I almost forgot how good this song was. . . one of the first, Great Southern Anthems.

There have been few musicians that played off each other as well as the late Hughie Thomasson (Bandanna) and the late Billy Jones (red shirt) did.

They were The Outlaws and what is left today is merely a mediocre tribute band.

Yes, it is 23 minutes long.  Just commit to listening to the first two minutes and I can pretty much guarantee you won’t stop it.

The 70’s and the early 80’s produced the best bands and concerts.

In a place you only dream of
Where your soul is always free




About Ray V.

Living between Aiken & Charleston,, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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1 Response to It’s Not For Me I Ask These Questions

  1. E. says:

    “That’s some kick-butt guitar there Lieutenant.” Remind me to tell you the story of Seaman Proctor.


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