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Posted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 8:12 pm
by jim sanders
8) thanks Cat. JTP enjoys reading your input. i have to work on one of his heaps tomorrow so around this time tomorrow evening i'll have him say hello

Posted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 8:40 pm
by WildcatOne
He nailed it. All of Santana's licks with a few of his own that added to the song. Great job...I have no doubt that all of his material is done that good. Cheers, WC1

Posted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 8:51 pm
by jim sanders
:D Cat.... when JTP stops by to have a beer or 2 or 10 :P he always has me plug in your stuff on the 1-man shop CD player for background tunes.. he don't like listening to his own stuff other than old tapes from years ago with me and my cousins..........

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2009 10:59 pm
by draglist
Are you ready for this? The last 298 tunes played on Dangerous Bill's jukebox... bp

Wall Of Death by Richard & Linda Thompson

A Salty Dog by Procol Harum

Private Investigations by Dire Straits

I Can Love You Better by Dixie Chicks

Hey Nineteen by Steely Dan

Green Flower Street by Donald Fagen

Zydeco Stroll by Big Jay McNeely & The Rocket 88s

Do You Like The Way by Santana

Dancing Days (featured) by Stone Temple Pilots

Para Los Rumberos by Santana

Point Blank by Bruce Springsteen

Tangerine (featured) by Big Head Todd & The Monsters

Yellow Moon by Neville Brothers (local show)

Rock And Roll (Live) by Heart

For Your Love by The Yardbirds

Woodstock by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Friend Of The Devil by Lyle Lovett

Helena by My Chemical Romance

Landslide (The Sheryl Crow Remix) by Dixie Chicks

Slippin' Into Darkness by War

Going Down by Freddie King

Rockstar by Nickelback (local show)

Basin Street Blues - When It's Sleepy Time Down... by Louis Prima

West L.A. Fadeaway by Grateful Dead

Twilight by The Band

Mr. Big Stuff (featured) by Jean Knight

Welcome To The Black Parade by My Chemical Romance

Toussaint L'Overture by Santana

Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress by The Hollies

Reconsider Me by Warren Zevon

Green Light by Marty Balin

You're Crashing, But You're No Wave by Fall Out Boy

Confidence Man by The Jeff Healey Band

Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five by Paul McCartney

Amateur Lovers by Switchfoot (local show)

Slow Hands by Interpol

Victory Is Won by Santana

Public Pervert by Interpol

Into the Night (feat. Chad Kroeger) by Santana

Mardi Gras In New Orleans by Professor Longhair

Tangerine (featured) by Big Head Todd & The Monsters

Surfin' Bird (featured) by The Trashmen

Independence Day by Bruce Springsteen

Dead End Street by The Kinks

Trouble Your Money by Robert Plant

Gone by John Hiatt

Ebudæ by Enya

Peace In Mind by Joan Armatrading

Let It Be Me by Jerry Butler & Betty Everett

Outside Now by Frank Zappa

Four In The Floor by The Shutdowns

Return to Sender by Bockelman, John

Mack The Knife (featured) by Louis Armstrong

Child Of Mine by Fleetwood Mac

Mother's Daughter by Santana

Crooked Smile by Holy Snakers

Shade by Thanks To Gravity

Looped by Calvin Boze

Secondary Waltz by Mark Knopfler

Not Like You by The Bangles

Love Light In Flight by Stevie Wonder

Walk Right Back by Kirsty MacColl

Right Next Door (Because of Me) by Robert Cray (local show)

Let It Down by George Harrison

Heaven Can Wait by Meat Loaf

Rock Me Baby by Etta James (local show)

Party Girl by Elvis Costello & The Attractions

Pastime Paradise by Stevie Wonder

Running Man by Al Stewart (local show)

Southside Boys by Robbin Thompson

Sandy Mary by Fleetwood Mac

Today by Jefferson Airplane

Old Man by Neil Young

Still A Fool by Muddy Waters

Welcome To The Working Week by Elvis Costello

I Saw It On T.V. by John Fogerty

Summertime by Janis Joplin

By A Waterfall by Louis Prima

The Cisco Kid by War

Powerman by The Kinks

Personal Jesus by Johnny Cash

Do The Strand by Roxy Music

Fat Back Mama by Nighthawks

Lookin' Back by Bob Seger

Love And Only Love by Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours by Stevie Wonder

Let It All Go by Mark Knopfler

Concentration by Gene Ammons Quintet

The Way Young Lovers Do by Van Morrison (local show)

Budapest By Blimp by Thomas Dolby

Dancing Days (featured) by Stone Temple Pilots

Every Day I Have The Blues (Live) by B.B. King

Your Song by Elton John (local show)

Angel Eyes by Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music

Passacaglia - A Bud and a Slice (Sloth) by Joe Jackson,Brad Roberts

Nucleus by Alan Parsons Project

Framed by Top Jimmy & The Rhythm Pigs

May The Cube Be With You by Thomas Dolby

All Things Must Pass by George Harrison

Something About What Happens When We Talk (Live) by Lucinda Williams

Riders On The Storm by The Doors

All In My Mind by Maxine Brown

Moods For Moderns by Elvis Costello & The Attractions

Money (That's What I Want) by Barrett Strong

Stay With Me by Lorraine Ellison

(I'm A) Road Runner by Junior Walker & The All Stars

Te Estas Jorobando by Cuba

Barefoot by k.d. lang

Cry Baby by Janis Joplin

How Many More Times by Led Zeppelin

Dark Eyes by Bob Dylan (local show)

Rockabilly Yodel by Roc LaRue & The 3 Pals

Selfish One by Jackie Ross

Radar by Laurie Anderson

Hound Dog by Albert King

Back Door Man by Howlin' Wolf

Cry To Me by Solomon Burke

Hot Love, Cold World by Bob Welch

Ready Or Not by Jackson Browne

Coyote by Mark Knopfler

White Line by Neil Young & Crazy Horse

I'm Sorry by Junior Kimbrough

No City Lights by Gordon James

Under Pressure by Queen & David Bowie

Embryonic Journey by Jefferson Airplane
Either Or Both by Phoebe Snow

My Black Mama Part 2 by Son House

The Hunger by Adult Child

Handy Man by James Taylor

The Weight by The Band

What's The Use Of Getting Sober (When You're Go... by Joe Jackson

Rock Steady by Aretha Franklin

Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl by The Barbarians

Call Me by Aretha Franklin

Over You by Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music

Funky Love thing by Village Idiots

I Wonder by Robert Cray (local show)

Plug Me In by George Harrison

American Woman by Lenny Kravitz

I Like To Live The Love by B.B. King

Additional Master Takes: One Hundred Years from... by The Byrds

Drown In My Own Tears by Ray Charles

Spill The Wine by War

The Crush by John Hiatt

Safe Harbour by Fleetwood Mac

(They Don't) Give A Damn by Rebel Red

The Endless Enigma, Part 2 by Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Fembot In A Wet T-Shirt by Frank Zappa

Forgiveness by Macy Gray

I Can't Quit You Baby by Otis Rush

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2009 11:16 pm
by WildcatOne
Wow...great stuff, BP! Thanks for "Return To Sender"! Lots of stuff there I haven't heard in ages...all classics! Cheers, WC1

Posted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:08 am
by draglist
The ITunes have been keeping the family and guests entertained this summer... bp

Posted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 9:22 pm
by jim sanders
:D Cat.... when JTP stops by to have a beer or 2 or 10 :P he always has me plug in your stuff on the 1-man shop CD player for background tunes.. he don't like listening to his own stuff other than old tapes from years ago with me and my cousins..........
:D got an invite to JTP's surprise 60th birthday party in the mail today....... hosted by one of his sisters at her joint... rich part of town. invite says "bring swimsuits" as i guess they have a pool .... that's all i need..... beer and JTP'S 4 daughters in bikini's........ i may need to score a camera/phone for this deal :P

Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Posted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 8:34 am
by Maritime Drag Racing
Got seven Pink Floyd albums loaded in my MP3 player yesterday. If I listen to one a day during my morning walk it should last the week. That is if the weather permits....

Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Posted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 3:07 pm
by draglist
Perfect soundtrack... bp

Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Posted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 4:40 pm
by WildcatOne
I've been reading about Pink Floyd. That is a very unique band, with the strangest history. John Etheridge, a popular English guitar player, said he was sitting in a pub in London one day in 1968, when David Gilmour walked in (The Floyd had just abandoned Syd Barrett, the original undisputed star and soul of the band, because Barrett had for all intents and purposes, become a vegetable). Gilmour comes up and says "I've just got the gig with Floyd, and I'm making 325 pounds a week!" Etheridge said "Enjoy it while you can, because without Syd, that band's going nowhere..." Cheers, WC1