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Old 04-05-2007, 11:16 AM
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What Kind of Music Do Like

Ok fellow Washingtonians what kind of music do you all like?

I'm a huge Country (older classic country and some newer) and Bluegrass fan. Some of my favorites include

Ralph Stanley
Hazel Dickens
Jerry Douglas
Foggy Mountain Boys
Bill Monroe
Doc Watson

I also like Alan Jackson, Trace Adkins, Martina Mcbride, Emmylou Harris, and Alison Krauss. I'm not real big on a lot of the newer "young country" people.



I also like 60's and 70's classic rock and even some classical, especially Bach.
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I'm alot like you, mostly older country,

Conway Twity
Hoyt Axton
Don Williams.............And the list goes on & on
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Ol Rock 'n Roll
Aerosmith, Hendrix, Hush, D Purple, Zeppelin, Stones,

Ol country

Don't listen to music much anymore, ears are blown out.
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Country, Bluegrass, Reggae and Old Rock...Actuaclly I like all but opera, those are just my favs!
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I like NEW country, Old Country, rap, r&r, alternative....... Like Mike said... NO opera
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you like rap mike?

heh heh i am not a fan of country music *hides in corner for fear of being killed* I like folk music a lot, third wave ska, different 80's and anything which Reese Roper is apart of lol
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Classical...yes, the "long hair" stuff and Opera too.
Late 60's through '70s Rock.
When the likes of Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline died, Country music died too.
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Classical...yes, the "long hair" stuff and Opera too.
Late 60's through '70s Rock.
When the likes of Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline died, Country music died too.
Easy there..............
Conway Twitty carried it a few more years.

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"hello darling"
best songs he ever did
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Easy there..............
Conway Twitty carried it a few more years.

"Thats my job"
"hello darling"
best songs he ever did

Why, Marty I never took you for a Twitty fan! you old sentimental dude!!

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Perhaps you passed judgment too soon? huh? hhmmm?

I am an "old soul" or is it sole? Probably both
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Good classic rock, metal, some of the newer stuff, and folk rock, like James Taylor, Kansas, etc.
I listen to a bit of country, not into it anywhere near as much as I used to since it was an ex that got me into it in the first place........
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I like it all, classical its Chopin, and Handel, rock its pretty much anything including Rammstein, country Johnny Kash, and most all of the newer stuff, I missed getting into the older stuff, I can only tolerate the mOldies for a short time, but over all the only thing that I dont like/listen to is gangsta rapuke: I do like jazz, and techno as well
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Easy there..............
Conway Twitty carried it a few more years.

"Thats my job"
"hello darling"
best songs he ever did
What about 'Man on the Moon'? Also, 'Happy Birthday Darlin'...My dad has made ma breakfast for her birthday, and played that song to wake her up for as long as I can remember.

Conway knew how to pick songs!!!!!!!!!!

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Classical...yes, the "long hair" stuff and Opera too.
Late 60's through '70s Rock.
When the likes of Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline died, Country music died too.
Don't tell Reba or George that!!!...They are pretty fair to midland country Superstars!

BTW...I think Miss Kitty Wells was better than Patsy!

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