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    Say ya want some blues.
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    Oh yes dromunds, I had that LP before I stupidly got rid of all of them.
    I guess I got sick of moving them around and not playing them.
    I dropped some off w/ an old girlfriend and the rest are scattered to
    the winds. this was maybe 1991...
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    Now you are talking chumlie! lemme see what RG is around...
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    Man, I had this old Howling Wolf lp that had this tune on it,
    ride my pony I think it was called, that gave me chills.
    guess I'll jump on to youtube it see if it was posted...
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    Just picked up the new Buddy Guy this weekend, finally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rednedtugent View Post
    Now you are talking chumlie! lemme see what RG is around...
    Chum is the RG afficiando... One of my favs is barley and grape rag.
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    Flash
    Not the Jeff Beck album, the band w/ Peter Banks
    and Tony Kaye
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    gotta get the new buddy Guy.
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    I just returned home from Williamsport. It was a great game, tight all the way until Japan scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 5th, and held on for the 5-2 victory. I was hoping to catch a home run ball, but no such luck. There were 3 home runs hit, but one was to straight away center, and the other two were hit to right-center. I was sitting in the grass outside the left field fence. I was sitting next to a family that just happened to be from just a few miles down the road from me. Funny how 100 miles from home that can happen...

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    "Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music." ~ Ronald Reagan

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    "Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music." ~ Ronald Reagan

    "I love songs about horses, railroads, land, Judgment Day, family, hard times, whiskey, courtship, marriage, adultery, separation, murder, war, prison, rambling, damnation, home, salvation, death, pride, humor, piety, rebellion, patriotism, larceny, determination, tragedy, rowdiness, heartbreak and love. And Mother. And God." ~ Johnny Cash

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    Hey Rick, that Knopfler/Atkins is a good album. Funny, it was one of those examples where the first time I heard it I was like, "What is this crap?" Then a few years later I was playing alot of Knopfler (which I like to do from time to time) and decided to play it again, and I loved it. Go figure.

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    Asleep At The Wheel (and friends)

    Ride With Bob: A Tribute To Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys

    1999 Dreamworks
    "Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music." ~ Ronald Reagan

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    Quote Originally Posted by dromunds View Post
    Hey Rick, that Knopfler/Atkins is a good album. Funny, it was one of those examples where the first time I heard it I was like, "What is this crap?" Then a few years later I was playing alot of Knopfler (which I like to do from time to time) and decided to play it again, and I loved it. Go figure.
    Funny how that happens sometimes... I have had similar experiences where I didn't like something, but then it grew on me...
    "Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music." ~ Ronald Reagan

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    That Chet Atkins guy is good isn't he!
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    Quote Originally Posted by headrott View Post
    How is this one Mike? I've been tempted, but haven't purchased yet......
    I liked it. The mastering was well done, IMO.

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    Yo-yo Ma, "Impressions," Disc 2
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    The Cramps: Flamejob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keiko View Post
    I liked it. The mastering was well done, IMO.
    OK, thanks Mike. I'll eventually have to pick it up.

    Also, Rick and dromunds, that Neck and Neck CD is a great album! I picked it up about a year ago (the K2 HD mastering) and it sounds wonderful! (The music ain't bad either).
    Taken from a recent Audioholics reply regarding "Club Polk" and Polk speakers:

    "I'm yet to hear a Polk speaker that merits more than a sentence and 60 seconds discussion."

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    Joshua Bell, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, Yo-yo Ma, Mike Marshall, Edgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor, "Heartland: An Appalachian Anthology"

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    Rick what is that guitar MK is holding? At first i thought it was one of those MIJ Fender Mahogony neck things but it's not a Fender .
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    Alan PArsons PRoject
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    Lucifer's Friend
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    Quote Originally Posted by headrott View Post
    OK, thanks Mike. I'll eventually have to pick it up.

    Also, Rick and dromunds, that Neck and Neck CD is a great album! I picked it up about a year ago (the K2 HD mastering) and it sounds wonderful! (The music ain't bad either).
    Finally found a copy of Rob Wasserman's Duets on cd. A K2HD mastering also. Was shocked they decided to reissue this one, been searching forever for a reasonably priced copy and it sounds GREAT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey081057 View Post
    Rick what is that guitar MK is holding? At first i thought it was one of those MIJ Fender Mahogony neck things but it's not a Fender .
    I wasn't sure either, so I did a quick search. Here is a list of Mark's guitars (from Wikipedia):


    Guitars:

    The following is a list of guitars that Knopfler has used on recordings and on tour.

    Beltona Electro Resonator 1995
    Burns Baldwin 12-string c. 1965–70 ("Angel of Mercy")
    Danelectro 59 DC Standard c. 1998–2001, lima black
    Danelectro Silvertone 1452 1968, red sunburst
    Don Grosh Electrajet 2008, Olympic white
    Eko 700 1960, black ("Song for Sonny Liston")
    Erlewine Automatic, red c. 1980s ("Industrial Disease")
    Fender Duo Sonic 11 (Kill to Get Crimson album)
    Fender Stratocaster 1954, sunburst, hard tail (serial number 059, "Jurassic Strat") ("You Don't Know You're Born", "Everybody Pays", "Summer of Love", "Shangri-La", "The Car Was the One", "Remembrance Day")
    Fender Stratocaster 1961, fiesta red, rosewood neck, hard tail (serial number 68354) (used from 1977–80, "What It Is")
    Fender Stratocaster 1962, red, Schecter neck (serial number 80470) (main guitar, 1977–79)
    Fender Stratocaster 1965, Olympic white (2000–02, "Sailing to Philadelphia")
    Fender Stratocaster 2003, Mark Knopfler model, hot rod red (serial numbers SE00000 and SE00001) ("We Can Get Wild", "Punish the Monkey", "Let it All Go", "The Fish and the Bird")
    Fender Telecaster 1954, butterscotch blond (serial number 4545) (Missing... album, "A Night in Summer Long Ago", "Boom Like That", "Border Reiver", "So Far from the Clyde")
    Fender Telecaster 1966, sunburst, Schecter bridge (serial number 178112) (Missing... album)
    Fender Telecaster Thinline 1969, black (serial number 226254) ("Water of Love")
    Fernandes Stratocaster, blue (Love Over Gold album)
    Gibson Advanced Jumbo 1938, sunburst (Chet Atkins Musician Days, "Before Gas & TV", "Remembrance Day")
    Gibson Southerner Jumbo 1953, sunburst ("All That Matters", "Back to Tupelo", "Sucker Row")
    Gibson J-45 c. 1950s, vintage sunburst (Missing... album, "Iron Hand")
    Gibson ES-5 Archtop 1951, natural (Brothers in Arms album, The Notting Hillbillies tour)
    Gibson Super 400 CES 1953, natural, 'Alnico' magnet pick-ups (serial number 15808) ("Your Latest Trick" (live), "Fade to Black", "Run Me Down" (live))
    Gibson L-5 1960, sunburst (Missing... album)
    Gibson ES-175D 1960, sunburst (serial number 510514) (Love Over Gold album, Brothers in Arms album)
    Gibson Chet Atkins Classic Electric 1982, antique natural (Love Over Gold Tour, Brothers in Arms Tour)
    Gibson ES-335 1958, natural (Wag the Dog album, Sailing to Philadelphia Tour)
    Gibson ES-335 1959, natural ("Baloney Again")
    Gibson ES-330 1960, natural ("Behind with the Rent", "Madame Geneva's")
    Gibson ES-335 1960, natural (Get Lucky album)
    Gibson Les Paul 1958, sunburst, humbucker pick-up model (Golden Heart Tour, "Baloney Again", "Last Laugh", "Speedway at Nazareth", "Junkie Doll", "Long Highway", "5:15 am", "Back to Tupelo", "Boom Like That", "Whoop Dee Doo", "The Trawlerman's Song", "The Scaffolder's Wife", "Before Gas & TV", "Cleaning My Gun", "Remembrance Day")
    Gibson Les Paul Standard 1959, sunburst
    Gibson Les Paul Special 1959, cherry (Cafe Races shows, Dire Straits album)
    Gibson Les Paul Reissue 1983, sunburst ("Brothers in Arms", "Money for Nothing", "You and Your Friend")
    Gibson Les Paul Reissue 1985, sunburst (serial number 12849) (Live Aid)
    Gibson Custom Les Paul 1959 Reissue 2005, blue (Get Lucky Tour)
    Gibson SG Standard c. 1960s, white ("Two Young Lovers" on the Love Over Gold Tour)
    Godin Acousticaster, black (On Every Street Tour)
    Gretsch Chet Atkins Hollowbody 6120 1957, red ("5:15 am", "Back to Tupelo", "Summer of Love", "The Fizzy and the Still", "Punish the Monkey", "In the Sky", "Hard Shoulder", All the Roadrunning Tour, Kill to Get Crimson Tour)
    Gretsch Super Chet 7690, autumn red (serial number 84055) (a gift from Chet Atkins)
    Höfner Super Solid V2 1964, red (Knopfler's first guitar, purchased for £50 in 1964)
    Martin acoustic HD-40MK
    Martin acoustic 000-40S
    Martin acoustic 00028 ("Brothers in Arms")
    Melancon Pro Artist, Stratocaster style, red[42]
    Monteleone Isabella (Get Lucky album)
    N.S. Phillips Nobby 12
    N.S. Phillips Nobby 14 ("Get Lucky")
    National Style O-14 Fret 1938 (serial number B1844) ("Water of Love", "Portobello Belle", "Romeo and Juliet", "Telegraph Road", "The Man's Too Strong", "When It Comes to You", "No Can Do", "Done With Bonaparte")
    National Style O-14 Fret 2006
    National Tricone 1928 (Duolian String Pickers shows)
    Ovation Adamas, black ("The Man's Too Strong" on the Brothers in Arms Tour)
    Ovation Adamas, blue burst (2) (Love Over Gold album)
    Ovation Classic, sunburst ("Private Investigations" video)
    Ovation Custom Legend, natural (Making Movies rehearsals)
    Pensa-Suhr Custom 1984, purple (John Suhr's first guitar built for Knopfler, used on "So Far Away", "Ride Across the River"" on the Brothers in Arms Tour)
    Pensa-Suhr Stratocaster 1985, white (Brothers in Arms Tour)
    Pensa-Suhr Stratocaster c 1980s, red ("Two Young Lovers" on the 'On Every Street Tour', in open G tuning)
    Pensa-Suhr Stratocaster 1986, black (serial number 014) (Golden Heart Tour, Eric Clapton Tour 1987–89)
    Pensa-Suhr Stratocaster 1988, flamed maple (MK1 serial number 001, the basis for Pensa-Suhr MK and Pensa MK1 models)[43] (Mandela Concert, "Feel Like Going Home", "Calling Elvis", "Heavy Fuel", "Planet of New Orleans", The Notting Hillbillies Tour, Knewborth Concert, On Every Street Tour, Prince's Trust, Golden Heart Tour)
    Pensa-Suhr 1988, koa (Land of Dreams album, Saturday Night Live, 1988)
    Pensa-Suhr 1989, trans red, Pau Ferro neck (Neck and Neck album)
    Pensa 1993, flamed koa, Lindy Fralin '54 designed pick-ups ("Father and Son", "Golden Heart", and "Last Exit to Brooklyn" on the Golden Heart Tour)
    Pensa MK2 1996, amber (Chet Atkins Musician Days, Sailing to Philadelphia Tour, Mark Knopfler & Friends, All Roadrunning Tour, Kill to Get Crimson Tour)
    Pensa MK80 2004, Daphne blue (order number was 0188, numbered 0001, the only MK80 with a triple zero serial number) ("Whoop De Doo")
    Pensa MK2 Plus 2005, amber burst (Shangri-La Tour)
    Ramírez 4CWE Classical ("Private Investigations" on the on Every Street Tour, "Postcards from Paraguay" for the Shangri-La Tour)
    Rickenbacker 425 ("Portobello Belle" on the on Location Tour)
    Schecter Dream Machine, candy apple red (serial number S8218) (1980–92 tours)
    Schecter Dream Machine, candy apple red (Love Over Gold album)
    Schecter Dream Machine, Daphne blue (Love Over Gold album)
    Schecter Dream Machine, sunburst ("Tunnel of Love" on the Making Movies album, stolen in 1980)
    Schecter Dream Machine, sunburst (serial number S8001) (1980–86 tours, donated to Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Auction and sold for over US$50,000)
    Steinberger GL2 Standard, black ("Money for Nothing" on the Brothers in Arms Tour)
    Teisco Spectrum 5 1966, sunburst ("Postcards from Paraguay")
    Teisco Spectrum 5 1966, blond ("True Love Will Never Fade")
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    From the "'round midnight" 3 LP Box Set with Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra:

    Linda Ronstadt

    Lush Life

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    Attachment 88997

    Buck Owens And The Buckaroos

    It Takes People Like You To Make People Like Me

    1968 Capitol Records
    "Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music." ~ Ronald Reagan

    "I love songs about horses, railroads, land, Judgment Day, family, hard times, whiskey, courtship, marriage, adultery, separation, murder, war, prison, rambling, damnation, home, salvation, death, pride, humor, piety, rebellion, patriotism, larceny, determination, tragedy, rowdiness, heartbreak and love. And Mother. And God." ~ Johnny Cash

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    Mikey and Rick: Thanks for that question and answer re: Knopfler's guitars. Amazing list of gittars. But I guess that's Mark Knopfler we're talking about after all. I remember seeing the list of guitars and other stuff they sold at Les Paul's auction after he died and was pretty overwhelmed. I was asking myself when I looked at the Knopfler list of guitars and which albums/tours/songs went with each, who's the guy who actually puts together a list like that? I'm looking forward to the next time Knopfler tours the U.S., he opened up for Dylan last fall and played a pretty full 75 minute set, where i was lucky enough to see him a few times. He just got done with a pretty long tour of Europe where they idolize him and he plays in sold out stadiums, etc. The guy's incredible.

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    Mikey and Rick: Thanks for that question and answer re: Knopfler's guitars. Amazing list of gittars. But I guess that's Mark Knopfler we're talking about after all. I remember seeing the list of guitars and other stuff they sold at Les Paul's auction after he died and was pretty overwhelmed. I was asking myself when I looked at the Knopfler list of guitars and which albums/tours/songs went with each, who's the guy who actually puts together a list like that? I'm looking forward to the next time Knopfler tours the U.S., he opened up for Dylan last fall and played a pretty full 75 minute set, where i was lucky enough to see him a few times. He just got done with a pretty long tour of Europe where they idolize him and he plays in sold out stadiums, etc. The guy's incredible.
    I am sure a Sears guitar would sound great in his hands... He is a true Jedi Master of the guitar for sure.
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