What's on the Jukebox?

Here's where we go to kick back after the races with our pals. Pour a tall one, punch a few buttons on the jukebox, and relax...

Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby draglist » Tue Mar 23, 2010 11:50 pm

And in order, after John and the Citykings...

It Ain't Easy... David Bowie from Ziggy Stardust
Tales of Brave Ulysses... Cream from Strange Brew
Dark Star... Crosby, Stills & Nash from CSN
Brand New Day... Van Morrison from Moondance
Annie Get Your Gun... Squeeze from Singles, 45s and More
Can't Find my Way Back Home... Blind Faith (Blind Faith)
I'm Tore Down... Art Steele (Adventures in Music Sampler, 52 [Blues])

Stand by for the next seven...

Check out this lyric from Art Steele...

I'm tore down... I'm almost level with the ground
(Repeat)

I went to the river, to jump in
My baby showed up and said, "I'll tell you when"

Now THAT'S cold... :D bp
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby draglist » Wed Mar 24, 2010 12:28 am

More ipod coolitude...

Words (Between the Lines of Age)... Neil Young (Harvest)
Essence... Lucinda Williams (Essence)
Sixes and Sevens... Robert Plant (Shaken 'N' Stirred)
Don't Give Up... Peter Gabriel (with Kate Bush) (So)
Don't Do it... The Band (The Best of The Band)
In the Gallery... Dire Straits (Dire Straits)
China Doll... Suzanne Vega (Deadicated [Grateful Dead tribute album])

Seven more coming? bp
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby draglist » Wed Mar 24, 2010 12:58 am

More...

Black Coffee in Bed... Squeeze (Singles 45s and More)
Big Red Sun Blues... Lucinda Williams (Lucinda Williams)
Jump it with a Shuffle... Jesse Price (Jumpin' LIke Mad)
So Begins the Task... Stephen Stills (Manassas)
Private Beach Party... Gregory Issacs (The Real Authentic Sampler [Reggae])
I''ll Be There... The Spinners (Soul Story Vol 5)
Desperados Under the Eaves... Warren Zevon (The Best of Warren Zevon)

Still having fun updating the Drag Lists. Updating Pro Stock, 1987 to 2008, thanks to Jim Hawkins' DragStats... bp
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby draglist » Wed Mar 24, 2010 1:32 am

Need some sleep eventually, but for now...

Follow the Leader... The Citykings (Four Lifetimes)
Setting Me Up... Dire Straits (Dire Straits)
Angels... Peter Holsapple (Adventures in Music 19 [Indie Rock})
Hide It So Deep... Stephen Stills (Manassas)
Private Investigations... Dire Straits (On the Night - Live)
Such A Fine Line... The Citykings (Four Lifetimes)
Roy Rogers... Elton John (Goodbye Yellow Brick Road)

Wow... getting time for bed! bp
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby draglist » Wed Mar 24, 2010 2:01 am

Lord help me... a few more...

Sophie... BeauSoleil (Adventures in Music 19)
Spanish Castle Magic... Spin Doctors (Stone Free: A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix)
The Love Gangster... Stephen Stills (Manassas)
Confessin' the Blues... BB King (Deuces Wild)
I Ain't Superstitions... Jeff Beck (with Rod Stewart) (Shapes of Things)
All the Girls Love Alice... Elton John (Goodbye Yellow Brick Road)
Dino's Song... Quicksilver Messenger Service (Best of...)

Ok gang... that's enough for tonite... talk to you tomorrow! bp
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby WildcatOne » Wed Mar 24, 2010 1:58 pm

"Black Coffee In Bed" was "our song"...Debby and I fell in love with that song playing...great stuff all the way, BP, Maritime and Komodo...BP's choices blew me away...Cheers, WC1
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby Maritime Drag Racing » Fri May 14, 2010 3:53 pm

Just found an oldie but goodie - The Band live at Watkins Glen.
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby WildcatOne » Sat May 15, 2010 12:42 am

I read that the Watkins Glen festival produced best-ever performances by the Band and the Allman Brothers. I also heard the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver and Jefferson Airplane played great sets there, too. Good pick, Don! WC1
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby jim sanders » Sun Jun 13, 2010 3:04 pm

8) been listening to theze guys all day after snatcing the pic from my uncle Ed Sanders facebook page.. he used to hang with them back in the day, i saw them live a bunch back then. our band with JTP used to cover their big hit Blue Mist...... 8)
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Re: What's on the Jukebox?

Postby Diana The Doc » Tue Jun 15, 2010 7:52 am

Many, many, many, many moons ago, back in my early "teen years" I did indeed see the group known as MAMA'S PRIDE perform live... They were the opening act for THE OUTLAWS at a concert held at New York City's famous Palladium Theatre... MAMA'S PRIDE did a good job of opening the show for THE OUTLAWS... I have to admit that the memory that sticks with me the most from that particular concert show was when THE OUTLAWS performed their ultra-opus titled "GREEN GRASS AND HIGH TIDES"-- Holy Cow, Mr. Moo!!-- Those boys brought the house down with their mammoth masterpiece of country rock gone wide-open full throttle-- What an incredible performance, borderline unbelievable in its energy and soaring spirit-- WOW!!... For whatever it's worth, members of FLEETWOOD MAC were also at that show as spectators, they were sitting next to me... "The Doc" (Celebrity Drag Racing Authority & Visionary)...
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