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  1. Registered User

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    Great pic of you and the groove master. Cheers to you RD24! Well done sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RushDrums24 View Post
    On very different matters, I just got to meet and chat to this guy after the first gig (of a 5 night sold out run at Ronnie Scott's in London), utter legend, great band that grooved like hell and a really down to earth guy.
    That's really awesome. Always good to hear people having good experiences with legends of the trade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    You had me right up until “Garth Brooks”. LOL
    The dude did a lot for the style of music he plays - granted he ushered in the era of country that I really can't stand, but I really do enjoy some of his work...I can never knock a song if I feel it...no matter what style it is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah Hex View Post
    The dude did a lot for the style of music he plays - granted he ushered in the era of country that I really can't stand, but I really do enjoy some of his work...I can never knock a song if I feel it...no matter what style it is...
    That’s cool. I simply cannot abide by Country. It reminds me of everything I loathe In our culture. But it’s definitively cool that you’re so egalitarian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah Hex View Post
    The dude did a lot for the style of music he plays - granted he ushered in the era of country that I really can't stand, but I really do enjoy some of his work...I can never knock a song if I feel it...no matter what style it is...
    I like Garth Brooks, too. While typically I dont like the pop country he helped usher in, i do like Garth. Great storteller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    That’s cool. I simply cannot abide by Country. It reminds me of everything I loathe In our culture. But it’s definitively cool that you’re so egalitarian.
    I played drums for the very first time live with country music at 10 years old - had no idea what I was doing at the time, but could keep basic 4/4 and the party was mostly drunk, and that was how I got hooked on playing, did these kind of things for 8 years until I went in the Navy....

    Music is just music to me...if a song moves me in any way, I would never discard it just because of the style. Believe you me....there's a ton of music out there I'm indifferent to.....country is *mostly* miss for me - and I grew up with it in 85% of my family - old school stuff is more where I vibe than anything past 1975 or so....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah Hex View Post
    I played drums for the very first time live with country music at 10 years old - had no idea what I was doing at the time, but could keep basic 4/4 and the party was mostly drunk, and that was how I got hooked on playing, did these kind of things for 8 years until I went in the Navy....

    Music is just music to me...if a song moves me in any way, I would never discard it just because of the style. Believe you me....there's a ton of music out there I'm indifferent to.....country is *mostly* miss for me - and I grew up with it in 85% of my family - old school stuff is more where I vibe than anything past 1975 or so....
    I totally get it and respect your vision of it. But... I just can’t.
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    All that does is just limit your range of music. If a limited range is all you want - cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterBlaster56 View Post
    All that does is just limit your range of music. If a limited range is all you want - cool.
    It’s obvious that no matter what I say you’ll have an issue with it so... I can’t say anything other than “cheers” buddy.
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    TBH, I didn't even look at the username - just the post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    I totally get it and respect your vision of it. But... I just can’t.
    Johnny Cash rules, but I’m with you otherwise for the most part.

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    Patsy clines’ voice is something otherworldly.

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