Category Archives: music

Better Late Than Never

As I get older, I haven’t kept up with new music and tend to listen to what I loved in High School and College. . . an exclectic mix of Southern/Classic/Progressive Rock (the only time you see me use the … Continue reading

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There Is A List For Everything

This list at least is interesting: Top 20 Greatest AcousticGuitar Intros of All Time In my opinion, #14 should be #1 (He doesn’t even try to play it) and #1, while recognizable, wouldn’t even be on my list. What are … Continue reading

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Tu Eres La Mas Bonita

Smile, it’s Saturday night and the Garza brothers are making some happy “Texican” music. Henry Garza is a very talented guitarist with a unique style. That being said, you might hear hints of SRV and Mark Knopfler in this song. … Continue reading

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Bluer Than Robin’s Eggs

This morning, while taking the outgoing mail to the box, I noticed a few pieces of broken, blue eggs on the driveway. It was windy, with the storms and all last night, but there was nothing to indicate the eggs fell … Continue reading

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The Strains Of Life

The perfect song to reflect on a not so perfect week. I know there are a few others that have faced some unusual challenges this last week. Regardless of what is happening, “count your blessings, count them one, two three”. … Continue reading

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A Change Of Pace

When these guys need a break from killing people and breaking things (what we pay them to do), they sit back and do some pickin’ and grinnin’. Courtesy of Uncle Sam,  here is “Six-String Soldiers” I never heard of this … Continue reading

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“Peace & Tranquility, Sh*t”

The title is a quote found at 7:40  of the video. This may be for a limited audience, but those in that group you will really enjoy this. One of the defining albums of my generation is 2112 by Rush.  The story … Continue reading

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So That’s How It Works

From the genius of Dr. Albert Schweitzer: “Happiness is nothing more than good health and a bad memory”. Read about Dr. Schweitzer here and tell me if the world currently has a man or woman like this. He positively impacted … Continue reading

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Jumped The Gun, As Usual

. . . but not the “Love Gun” One day last week, I was reading an article about the 16th, final  KISS tour.  (OK, 16th is a slight exaggeration, but not by much). They had a good run, but all … Continue reading

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Hurry, Boy

Al Yankovic, like Laphroaig Scotch and Monty Python movies, is an acquired taste. I’ve acquired a taste for all three over the years. Maybe it is his Polish heritage and the accordion injected into his work? Maybe it is just because … Continue reading

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