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Deezer

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About Deezer

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  • Birthday 06/20/1986

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    Arkansas
  1. I don't know about a guilty pleasure, but the one group that sticks out like a sore thumb amongst my collection is Gnarls Barkley. St. Elsewhere and The Odd Couple are two discs that I really enjoy. Does that make me crazy? Possibly.
  2. I wish this would've been released in Christmas. Kirk could kick Tom Cruise and Benjamin Button's ass.
  3. Fogerty??? Freakin' sweet. I wouldn't knock on somebody's door like that, but with Fogerty I might make an exception.
  4. Ummm....where does it say they're touring as The Grateful Dead in the article? It says that Grateful Dead alums are planning to tour together for the first time in five years, and that now they call themselves The Dead. I don't see the problem. They're getting together to play and they're not using the name The Grateful Dead. There's nothing wrong with that.
  5. Crosby Loggins, son of Kenny Loggins, is actually in my opinion a pretty good artist. Before he did Rock The Cradle on MTV, he was his own artist doing his own thing, and just did it for the hell of it. He's actually quite good. Definitely hasn't been the type to use his dad. I'm not sure if it's now the case, but I do know his first album was out on Joe Bonamassa's label, J&R Adventures. www.crosbyloggins.com
  6. Yeah, apparently, Stevie was in the final group before they cut it down. Not bad for a first year. Hell, Bon Jovi didn't even make it this year, and I figured the Hall would be ape shit over that one. Who knows what they're thinking half the time.
  7. I really think that Stevie Ray Vaughan should be in the Hall. He brought the blues back to a more mainstream audience. If you look at the scene today and who he influenced. Of course, that's just my opinion. I'd also like to see Johnny Winter get in, but I doubt he will.
  8. Oh, and is this the article you were looking for? http://www.livebluesworld.com/profiles/blo...ABlogPost%3A461
  9. I saw him a year ago, and I thought he was really good. Obviously, he wasn't at the level of his peak, but I thoroughly enjoyed the show. He played and sang really well.
  10. His former manager screwed him over, keeping him on opiates while stealing money from him. He's doing MUCH better nowadays, singing and playing better than he has in years. He still plays sitting down though because I believe he has a bad hip.
  11. I saw Robert Randolph play live last year, and while he was phenomenal, the opening band nearly ruined the night with the guitar player's shitty tone. For some reason, his tone was particularly shrill (odd coming from a Les Paul), and they were so ridiculously loud it was ear-splitting. I had a severe headache when they were done, and almost left for Robert Randolph. Luckily, Robert came on and the volume was fine and there was no shrillness whatsoever. But it was this shrill, turn it up as loud as possible (in a tiny club, too) tone that has completely turned me off anything like that. Ever since, I made sure that at least with my tone, it was comfortable on the ears despite the volume I turned it up to. There is a tone that you can turn up really loud and it isn't that shrill. Ever since, I've been a very big fan of good tone.
  12. But still, the fact that The Dark Knight sold as much as it did is continuing to do on Blu-Ray, along with films like Iron Man doing as well as it has done, shows that it's just starting. For goodness sake, this is only its first year after HD-DVD was put down. People are too "gotta have it now!" nowadays. Heck, even blu-ray.com says that blu-ray and dvds will co-exist for quite some time. http://www.blu-ray.com/faq/#bluray_replace_dvd
  13. Didn't see a topic for these guys, thought I'd make one. What do you guys think? I love these guys. They take on so many different styles. I'm going to get to see them on the 14th when they swing through Fayetteville, Arkansas. They can take on that dirty, raw Delta sound and then go off on a jam a la the Allman Brothers Band. Their guitarist, Luther Dickinson, is currently the Black Crowes's second guitarist. Shake Hands With Shorty http://www.amazon.com/Shake-Hands-Shorty-M...2106&sr=1-4 51 Phantom http://www.amazon.com/51-Phantom-North-Mis...2106&sr=1-6 Polaris http://www.amazon.com/Polaris-North-Missis...2106&sr=1-7 Hill Country Revue: Live At Bonnaroo http://www.amazon.com/Hill-Country-Revue-L...2106&sr=1-3 Electric Blue Watermelon http://www.amazon.com/Electric-Watermelon-...2106&sr=1-2 Hernando http://www.amazon.com/Hernando-North-Missi...2106&sr=1-1 Keep On Marchin' (DVD) http://www.amazon.com/Keep-Marchin-North-M...2106&sr=1-5
  14. Joe Bonamassa - Live From Nowhere In Particular John Mayer - Where The Light Is: Live In Los Angeles Eric Sardinas - Eric Sardinas And Big Motor B.B. King - One Kind Favor Buddy Guy - Skin Deep Hernando - North Mississippi Allstars AC/DC - Black Ice The Black Crowes - Warpaint Gnarls Barkley - The Odd Couple Los Lonely Boys - Forgiven
  15. Couldn't Stand The Weather - In Step Ice Pickin' - Albert Collins Slippin' In - Buddy Guy Third Degree - Johnny Winter Girls Go Wild - The Fabulous Thunderbirds
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