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nice !
 
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oldie but goodie,---- the dukes-- from boz Scaggs , steely dan,  doobie bros and Shannon forest on traps, wow

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAZXVmGPhBM&list=RDzIgq9WatLWM&index=7
 
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then there's the band that played the music behind so many top hits of the 70's still sound great today- what a bunch of talented guys

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s021m2C7-aI
 
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This looks neat. Long distance music playing
 
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glad that you tubes is holding up with all the extra traffic !

well...just been thinking about that, i normally spend lots of times surfing you tubes...but now everyone is, i bet.....been thinking all internet streamers are reaching maximum bandwidth...

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She is such a lovely crazy lady with her surreal texts, unique video/theatric style, hauntingly beautiful intense voice, i am blown away. Best life performer i've seen as long as i remember.



 
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Corb Lund, and Colter Wall have converted me into liking country music.  I always liked Johnny Cash, and Hank Williams, but most of the more modern stuff not so much.

This is a really good one from Colter, and is the one that got me to look for his music on Spotify.  It's all supreme.  The boy can tell a story!

https://youtu.be/4l4gdhPqh3E


and here's a fun one with both Colter, and Corb.  Cover of "Tying knots in The Devil's Tail".

https://youtu.be/zwVE3Ugx_m4

and here's one from Corb Lund.  Just a fun old timey song, with a lot of words of wisdom.  Most of his stuff is top notch too.

https://youtu.be/N8YyDyap7wI

 
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