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    Thanks guys. I'm outta here. Night.
    //Let me try this again...

    Lynyrd Skynyrd Call Me the Breeze


    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Tuesday's Gone (LIVE)


    Lynyrd Skynyrd - I Know a Little | Pick 'Em Up (Live)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DLD View Post
    So, in the old Soviet photo thread, I just posted a decidedly American photo, a cover of Supertramp's Breakfast in America.

    But it was one of the most popular albums of 1979. So, a little ode to Roger & Co.


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    Indeed what a great band. They once said something to the effect of Canadians loved them more than other countries. Yes we did. Many memories of listening to thier LP's. Still sounds good. Thanks man.

    I just want to bump your whole post now DLD lol. (Good post. Gonna steal one off ya. hahah)
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    Some of the classical hits.

    Beginning with von Suppe's, "Light Cavalry"



    And a familiar opening to Kubrick's 2001 Space Odyssey (not that Richard Strauss was hired to write the score by Stanley)



    And directly from the Buffalo Sabres.



    And some Brahms.



    And I can see those Huey's in the air.



    And Prokofiev.



    And some whose name I don't quite recognize from my years in a conservatory



    And you, Tonto 2'

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    A local has been getting into the Blues recently and recommended I check out Junior Wells->Tobacco Road. Hi Donna.

    Junior Wells - Tobacco Road [HD]


    -another by Junior.
    Junior Wells - Rawa Blues Festival 1995


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobacco_Road_(song)

    "Tobacco Road" is a blues song written and first recorded by John D. Loudermilk in 1960 that was a hit for The Nashville Teens in 1964 and has since become a standard across several musical genres."
    Tobacco Road - John D. Loudermilk, BBC 1984


    The Nashville Teens - Tobacco Road


    ---So many people have covered this tune it seems. A couple more.
    Peter Rivera - "Tobacco Road"


    Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter - Tobacco Road (Live)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DLD View Post

    And a familiar opening to Kubrick's 2001 Space Odyssey (not that Richard Strauss was hired to write the score by Stanley)

    Kubrick was an amazing filmmaker but a bit of a prick in certain regards. Infamous to this is the story of the music in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Kubrick used various classical pieces as temp score while he was editing the film, then hired Alex North to compose a finished score. North composed about 40 minutes of music that was approved by Kubrick. While North waited to see the rest of the editing film, Kubrick had second thoughts about North's score and instead used the original temp score. But Kubrick never told North, who only discovered it when he attended a test screening.
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    In fairness to North, it's pretty hard to compete with the Strauss boys. Or second-guess Kubrick.



    A full version -



    And not to be lost in the woods.



    And some Shostakovitch.



    And some Kalman



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    And more classical pieces used in film -





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    RIP, Eddie.











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    Obligatory Eddies Eruption solo: While maybe a common style nowadays,Eddie, imo, made it popular if not created it, which I believe. Show me "anyone" with that style earlier.


    An old classic! with Roth:
    Van Halen - Runnin' With The Devil (live 2015)




    Found it.
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