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Tyler 07-16-2004 10:49 PM

Roger McGuinn sounds very familiar, but I don't know from where. Any clues?

brink 07-16-2004 10:49 PM

Roger McGuinn sounds very familiar, but I don't know from where. Any clues?

stationmaster 07-16-2004 10:58 PM

Neil Young
Willie Nelson
John Prine
Kris Kristofferson
Waylon Jennings
Merle Haggard
John Denver
David Wilcox
Jim Croce
Cat Stevens
Simon & Garfunkel
The Dubliners
Eric Clapton

Oh I could give a million more but I don't want to overload the circuits! http://www.corfid.com/ubb/eek.gif

joveski 07-17-2004 01:09 AM

brink,
roger mcguinn was the singer/founder of the Byrds

LSH 07-17-2004 01:14 PM

Lightfoot is my mainstay, top of the heap, but I also listen to:
Rickie Lee Jones
Heart
Cranberries
Ani DiFranco
Mara O'COnnell
Nancy Griffith
Jimmy Buffet
John Denver
(I'll the old school hard rock list out of this)

and on and on...

Boat House AKA member 07-17-2004 02:43 PM

Some others are

Pink Floyd
Al Stewart (everything before Year of the Cat)
Dire Straits/Mark Knopfler
Neil Young
Guess Who (earlier stuff is classic)
Tom Waits

Kilgore 07-17-2004 02:43 PM

Some others are

Pink Floyd
Al Stewart (everything before Year of the Cat)
Dire Straits/Mark Knopfler
Neil Young
Guess Who (earlier stuff is classic)
Tom Waits

Tyler 07-17-2004 10:37 PM

Ah, yes Joveski. Thanks.

brink 07-17-2004 10:37 PM

Ah, yes Joveski. Thanks.

horizonfound 07-18-2004 09:24 AM

quote:Originally posted by brink:
Roger McGuinn sounds very familiar, but I don't know from where. Any clues?

Indeed, he was the founder/singer from the Byrds.

He's now going solo with his famous 12-string Rickenbacker but also doing awsome accoustic folk stuff - 6-string/12-string. Sometimes you see him with Tom Petty and Dylan on stage.

germangordfan 07-18-2004 09:24 AM

quote:Originally posted by brink:
Roger McGuinn sounds very familiar, but I don't know from where. Any clues?

Indeed, he was the founder/singer from the Byrds.

He's now going solo with his famous 12-string Rickenbacker but also doing awsome accoustic folk stuff - 6-string/12-string. Sometimes you see him with Tom Petty and Dylan on stage.

Tom 07-18-2004 11:52 AM

Besides Gord, I listen to:
Eric Clapton
James Taylor
John Denver
Linda Rondstat
Simon & Garfunkle
Brooks & Dunn
CCR
Beach Boys
. . . . . . . .just to name a few

Mary Ann 07-18-2004 11:52 AM

Besides Gord, I listen to:
Eric Clapton
James Taylor
John Denver
Linda Rondstat
Simon & Garfunkle
Brooks & Dunn
CCR
Beach Boys
. . . . . . . .just to name a few

joveski 07-18-2004 02:50 PM

wilco
bob dylan
the corrs

jeffyjo 07-18-2004 04:13 PM

I would like to recommend you all check out Wes Cunningham:
http://www.wescunningham.com

His two albums so far are downright astounding, though the second is a marked progression over the first. Buy polyanna first, and you won't be sorry. http://www.corfid.com/ubb/smile.gif

Jeff

stationmaster 07-18-2004 10:32 PM

Oh, I WOULD be listening to Aengus Finnan if I could get me some of his CD's. His audio clips sound pretty good!

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Shadows53 07-19-2004 06:05 PM

I listen to the Dave Matthews Band all the time along with Gord..right now the Gorge set and the 4 new songs DMB been playing this summer...also listen to Loreena McKinnett,and Jackson Brown and Jack Johnson...

mtheeb 07-19-2004 10:19 PM

JeffyJo,

My wife LOVES Wes Cunningham. So much so that she buys the kind of shoes he wears and makes ME wear them! (Whatever gives her joy...)

Restless 07-19-2004 10:19 PM

JeffyJo,

My wife LOVES Wes Cunningham. So much so that she buys the kind of shoes he wears and makes ME wear them! (Whatever gives her joy...)

StevieRae 07-24-2004 12:11 PM

Kris Kristoferson
Jim croche
Eric Clapton
Bon Jovi
Lost and Found
(for a change of pace) Evanescence, and Linkin Park...along with Metallica

And finally, Elizabeth (Lyzz) Wray, who, sadly, passed before her work was widely known. (Singer/songwriter/best friend. Keep an eye out for a tribute CD with the songs she wrote and the ones her fiance wrote for her after her passing)

StevieRae 07-24-2004 12:11 PM

Kris Kristoferson
Jim croche
Eric Clapton
Bon Jovi
Lost and Found
(for a change of pace) Evanescence, and Linkin Park...along with Metallica

And finally, Elizabeth (Lyzz) Wray, who, sadly, passed before her work was widely known. (Singer/songwriter/best friend. Keep an eye out for a tribute CD with the songs she wrote and the ones her fiance wrote for her after her passing)

steve gittins 08-01-2004 12:34 AM

It's Al Stewart, definitely!!! I like Al's music just as much as Gordon's. Al resurfaced in the 1990's with some superb Cds such as Between the Wars, Down in the Cellar, Famous Last Words, and Seemed like a good idea at the time. BTW is especially good. However the CDs are hard to obtain in USA. Saw Al's concert in Reno only 2 months ago, he was excellent!

BendRick 08-01-2004 12:34 AM

It's Al Stewart, definitely!!! I like Al's music just as much as Gordon's. Al resurfaced in the 1990's with some superb Cds such as Between the Wars, Down in the Cellar, Famous Last Words, and Seemed like a good idea at the time. BTW is especially good. However the CDs are hard to obtain in USA. Saw Al's concert in Reno only 2 months ago, he was excellent!

indyguy12 08-01-2004 07:28 AM

I listen Nanci Griffith all the time now. Saw her a few months ago in Chattanooga she was great. There is a cd I listen to and love, it is a soundtrack to the movie "SONGCATCHER". I also love Neal Diamond,Jim Croce,James Taylor,Merle Haggard,Johnny Rivers. The list could go on and on but Gord will always be my favorite. I am 33 now and was a latecomer to Gord,having only discovered hin about 8 years ago or so.

indyguy12 08-01-2004 07:28 AM

I listen Nanci Griffith all the time now. Saw her a few months ago in Chattanooga she was great. There is a cd I listen to and love, it is a soundtrack to the movie "SONGCATCHER". I also love Neal Diamond,Jim Croce,James Taylor,Merle Haggard,Johnny Rivers. The list could go on and on but Gord will always be my favorite. I am 33 now and was a latecomer to Gord,having only discovered hin about 8 years ago or so.


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