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Old 12-25-2011, 10:16 PM   #2581
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^^It does with a plugin.

On another note, Merry Christmas/Happy Hanukkah/Happy Holidays everyone!
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Old 01-19-2012, 11:42 AM   #2582
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So, I'm gonna do it again. Me and the Old Man ordered our VIP tickets this past Monday.


http://www.waneefestival.com/


Hey Matt, Trigger Hippy is gonna be there...
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Old 01-19-2012, 01:56 PM   #2583
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^^I saw that. Great lineup once again...Wanee seems to usually have one of the better festival lineups every year.

On a related note, Trigger Hippy should be announcing more dates soon.

And now for something completely different, recommend me some Ryan Adams.
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:23 PM   #2584
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For you, the first thing I'd recommend would be Cold Roses. That's the first Cardinals album and it has Neal Casal on guitar; it also has "Let It Ride", which Phil & Friends have done since Adams' stint in the band.

The second one I'd recommend is Gold. It's a good mix of the things that Ryan is capable of, and a pretty solid album, to boot. Good songwriting, produced by Ethan Johns, good sequencing, and guests that include Adam Duritz & Chris Stills.

After that, I'd say check out Whiskeytown's Strangers Almanac. It's a great songwriters album with plenty of twang and rock, with more than a little darkness.

If you like those, I'll warn you that his other stuff has varying degrees of quirkiness and boredom, but there's a lot of good stuff mingled in with it too... I love the guy when he's on, but I have a few albums that are only good for a couple of songs...
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Old 01-20-2012, 07:30 PM   #2585
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Thank you, sir. I will take a listen on Grooveshark and let you know what I think.

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Old 01-21-2012, 09:08 AM   #2586
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Cold Roses is awesome. It's also got Magnolia Mountain on it, which Phil and Friends and Furthur have played (I think Ryan does it better- Neal tears it up). Ryan is playing here next week with Jason Isbell opening, but it's sold out. I'm pretty bummed- I'm just getting into Ryan, and I'm a big Isbell fan.
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Old 01-26-2012, 12:44 PM   #2587
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chiming in because i love the RA. if you drop "Beautiful Sorta" off of Cold Roses, it becomes a much stronger album.

Heartbreaker is undoubtedly his strongest album under his own name and 48 Hours is a must, even though it is unreleased.

there is also an early solo recording where he plays with the always amazing Gillian Welch. a nice mix of Whiskeytown stuff, things that would be on Heartbreaker, covers, and things that go unreleased to this day.

avoid Cardinology.
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Old 01-26-2012, 09:31 PM   #2588
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^ As for Cold Roses, I'd keep "Beautiful Sorta", and drop "Blossom"...

...opinions...

I haven't listened to Heartbreaker in a long time, but I remember being bored. I should probably give it another shot. Hell, I don't like sauerkraut, but I still try it every now and then because; who knows?

Cardinology, I listened to it once. I agree, wholeheartedly.
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Old 02-07-2012, 12:23 PM   #2589
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Just read that The Steepwater Band signed with Intrepid Artists. Looks like a really good deal for them.
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Old 02-12-2012, 05:47 AM   #2590
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Hey everyone, been playing with this band for a few months now, just trying to get some exposure, come check out our page, listen to the music, like it and tell us what you think

http://www.facebook.com/pages/E-L-E...257093924358334

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Old 02-12-2012, 10:04 AM   #2591
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Just read that The Steepwater Band signed with Intrepid Artists. Looks like a really good deal for them.

I hope it brings them some better exposure. They deserve to go somewhere.

Joe (their drummer) told me that he's sick of playing bars and not getting anywhere. It's not that he doesn't like playing bars, it's that after ten years and a fair amount of recognition, it just makes him feel like he hasn't gotten anywhere. He said something like, "So one day you get a call from Warren Haynes and he asks you if you want to open up for Gov't Mule. And you think that this is it, we made it! But, in the next month you're playing the same bars again."

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I just checked out the Intrepid website, they seem to have a respectable stable of artists. Walter Trout, Tishamingo, etc... This is good news.
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:23 PM   #2592
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Cold Roses is awesome. It's also got Magnolia Mountain on it, which Phil and Friends and Furthur have played (I think Ryan does it better- Neal tears it up). Ryan is playing here next week with Jason Isbell opening, but it's sold out. I'm pretty bummed- I'm just getting into Ryan, and I'm a big Isbell fan.


Sorry to sneak out of the Great Abyss, but I just decided to get on here for a second. I actually went to the Cincy DRA/Isbell show. It was absolutely amazing. great setes from both & Ryan was hilarious. Got my Black-cat-shooting-pentagrams-from-its-eyes t-shirt (with complimentary upside-down cross matchbox) for 20 bucks. My only beef was that Isbell only played maybe 6 songs! He did Goddamn Lonely Love & Outfit Truckers-wise, and both were amazing. I've seen DBT, Hood Solo, and Isbell solo. Now to catch an elusive solo Cooley show!

English Girls Approximately was a real highlight of the night for DRA.
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:45 PM   #2593
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^ I've never seen Ryan Adams, but if I did, I'd love to hear "English Girls Approximately". I'm a little jealous... Is he going by his full name now? Or is "DRA" just something you like to do?

A solo Cooley show would be tits, I'd rather see him than Patterson.



Good to hear from you, by the way. How far into the Abyss have you been venturing?
(What have you been up to?)
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Old 02-14-2012, 08:45 PM   #2594
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Sorry to sneak out of the Great Abyss, but I just decided to get on here for a second. I actually went to the Cincy DRA/Isbell show. It was absolutely amazing. great setes from both & Ryan was hilarious. Got my Black-cat-shooting-pentagrams-from-its-eyes t-shirt (with complimentary upside-down cross matchbox) for 20 bucks. My only beef was that Isbell only played maybe 6 songs! He did Goddamn Lonely Love & Outfit Truckers-wise, and both were amazing. I've seen DBT, Hood Solo, and Isbell solo. Now to catch an elusive solo Cooley show!

English Girls Approximately was a real highlight of the night for DRA.

Lucky! I'm bummed I missed it. I like Ryan even more knowing how much he's been doing to help Isbell out- he deserves it.


Seeing Cooley solo would be awesome! I wish he'd do a solo album. As much as I love Patterson, Cooley's songs usually stick out a lot more to me. He's also got a lot less songs than Patterson though, so it's not really a fair comparison.



Oh, and welcome back from the great abyss!
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Old 02-15-2012, 11:06 PM   #2595
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So since I'm back at school now after winter break I've finally had the chance to check out (part of) a Ryan Adams album on grooveshark (I rarely listen to music on my computer at home). I got through the first disc of Cold Roses and really liked what I heard. I haven't gone back for the second disc yet because I discovered that Howlin' Rain is streaming their new album in its entirety here and it's freaking awesome, so I've had that playing for the past few days.

On that note, you should all go listen to the new Howlin' Rain album, then go find Magnificent Fiend and their self titled debut as well.

Joplin: you should stick around for a bit. This place could use some fresh blood to stir discussion.
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Old 02-16-2012, 02:19 PM   #2596
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^^Walking through Stone is a great track!
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Old 02-16-2012, 05:59 PM   #2597
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^^Absolutely. Probably my favorite song on the album so far, with Can't Satisfy Me Now or Self Made Man not far behind.
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Old 02-17-2012, 05:45 PM   #2598
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Old 02-17-2012, 09:39 PM   #2599
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Just grabbed that Howlin' Rain Link right now. Not even done with "Self Made Man" yet, and, ...holy fuckin' Humble Pie.

This is great.

EDIT: After Hearing "Phantom in the Valley", there's no way in hell I'm not buying this album.
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Can I request a guitar pro tab of zutto kimi no soba de by yumi suzuki? Just the vocal. Thanks in advance.
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