Tommy Emmanuel havin' some fun...

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    They were kind of irreverent to established norms. This was around the time of America, Love It Or Leave It!, My Country, Right Or Wrong! and other wall eyed toadisms. There's 5 or 6 tunes I liked on this album which is more than usual on an album.
     
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    These guys are good...

     
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    Its rainin all over the world.
    For any trolls lurking here who might like a little rock n roll:
     
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    What a sleeper, I'd never heard of him before. Thanks.

     
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    Here's another guy I never heard of until he's gone too soon. Gary Moore, in the flowered shirt.
    The first guitarist is Buddy Whittington.


     
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    I just watched "The Iceman" on Amazon and this was the perfect end tune. It's a little dark, but it is a grisly movie.



    Walk on down the road in Two separate lines. One now more than the other Have I lost my mind Forget regret, There's no looking back Sometimes I wish I was another But there's no looking back. Constant, never changing (a) Steady ultimatum. Black and white, Two straight lines To the bitter end. Ooo... Ooo... No one see's pain That's not on display, Deep into my silence You fade into gray, Where did I get off And who's got my back Sometimes I wish I was another But there's no looking back. Constant never changing (a) steady ultimatum. Black and white, Two straight lines To the bitter end.
     
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    Another closing credits tune, from the movie "Slow West".

     
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    Roy Clark died two days ago.

     
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    He and Chet Atkins were the only guitarists I ever saw on TV until the Beatles were on Ed Sullivan. I always thought he was an actor on Westerns too, but I don't see him credited with any. Maybe he was on "Bonanza" or some of those Western Series shows. 85 is a good number of years to live if you are reasonably healthy.

    My Dad always called the other guy Buck Onions.
     

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    Gary Moore did a lot of work with Thin Lizzy in the 1970s. He's best known in the UK for his solo hit 'Parisienne Walkways.'
     
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