Charles Peters- John Hardy (American Folk Music cover)
Charles Peters covering an American folk tune. enjoy and subscribe! Based on the life of a railroad worker in West Virgina. He killed a man in a craps game, …
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Folk Music – John Hardy – Randall Franks & James Watson with Doodle and the Golden River Grass.mpg
Appalachian Ambassador of the Fiddle Randall Franks, “Officer Randy Goode” from TV’s “In the Heat of the Night,” performs “John Hardy” with Clawhammer Banjo …
what was the last music you bought for a 2nd time (lost, stolen, or broken)? kiss – lick it up (what a great album) i haven’t had this since tapedo you have alot of tapes?i have two a chet atkins tape thats so warn i don’t even know the title of it anymore and stay hungrywhat piece of music have you bought the most times?the wall 5 times 3 on tape 1 on cd 1 digitally ; owned the record but my brother gave it to mehave you ever broken a cd you bought?yes
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Motley Crue- Girls, Girls, Girls on CDBelieve it or not, somehow it turned transparent. You could see right through the CD and it was completely unreadable.
Bad Brains – I Against I. I bought that CD 3 times because it was stolen 3 times from me now its on my iPod. Wow Chet Atkins my dad used to love that guy because my Dad played a guitar. He was pretty good though. My wife is a big time Kiss fan, she did the whole face painting stuff for their concerts. I used to have alot of records then tapes then Cd’s now its mostly all MP3s.
main reason for owning twice is vinyl.last album i bought that i already own was celtic frost- into the pandemonium.dont download though
king crimson- in the court of the crimson kingdo you have alot of tapes?i have a few, most of them are in storage at my dads house. i have been going back and getting the bootlegs and digitizing them every once in a while, but i got a long way to go.what piece of music have you bought the most times?not sure but i bet there is a well anthologized blues or folk song that i have 10-15 copies of if that counts, i know i have serveral anthologies with woody gutherie’s john hardyhave you ever broken a cd you bought?yeah, actually it was disc 2 of the ohio players gold. i had forgetten it was in my cd player when i moved at one point, and it got lodged in there. i had to break it to save the player.
Had to go buy a few over again due to the fact that i left them at a party and they were never returned – stolen – huge party foul.anyways,Slayer – Reign in BloodMetallica – Master of Puppets Rob Zombie – Hellbilly Deluxe (someone got the karaoke vibe – always happens with Dragula)
Doobie Brothers ~ Captain and Me; Minute by Minute; and Toulouse Street on CD. Had them all on vinyl and MbM & TS on cassette, but you know how *that* goes. the technology changes and I’m buying them again. Whatever. lol.Other questions: I *had* a lot of tapes, but I haven’t had a working tape player in several years, so I gave away a couple boxes and kept only one small box.Bought the most times. there are quite a few that I’ve had on vinyl, cassette and now CD. Too many to name, but buying them for the third time is kinda getting on my nerves! Scratched: yes; broken: no I don’t think so.
Just bought The Wall myself on vinyl from e-bay. Lost my original vinyl years ago, probably in college.I used to have hundreds of tapes but got rid of all except about 10 of them.I’ve purchased a lot of stuff twice, after being stolen, lost or broken, but I don’t think I’ve had to buy anything three times.No, I don’t think I’ve ever broken a purchased CD.
Answers to your various questions:Last (as in most recently bought) music for the 2nd time:Blue Sunshine (deluxe reissue) – The Glove (side project of Robert Smith and Steven Severin)Ist CD was lent out and never returned. Then the album went out of print, until The Glove reissued it! Tapes:Yes, I did have cassettes, before CDs. Songs From The Big Chair by Tears For Fears was one of the first.Did I replace any worn cassettes?Bridge Of Spies by T’Pau.Vinyl:OK, those albums I (also) have on vinyl may not be high in number.Anyway, one of my most familiar albums would be Hounds Of Love by Kate Bush, on vinyl and CD x 3 (1 ‘regular’ CD, 1 from a box set and 1 remastered issue.)Broken:You mean shattered? No. Like the instructions say, please apply same care as with conventional records, he-he!But even the best kept, near-perfect looking dics can be unplayable for mysterious reasons.The most mysterious was a CD (Renee Garcia, I think) that became transparent after some time!Most numerously occurring piece of music:Can I use a song instead of an album?That would have to be the studio version of Need You Tonight, by INXS.It pops up (at least 5 times) in my collection on – Kick (CD album); Greatest Hits (Promo CD); Greatest Hits (VHS); Anthology (CD); and as a B-side on Elegantly Wasted (CD single.)
Any interesting facts about led belly?
It is Lead BellyHuddie William Ledbetter (January 20, 1888 – December 6, 1949) was an iconic American folk and blues musician, and multi-instrumentalist, notable for his strong vocals, his virtuosity on the twelve-string guitar, and the songbook of folk standards he introduced.He is best known as Lead Belly. Though many releases list him as “Leadbelly”, he spelled it “Lead Belly”. This is also the usage on his tombstone, as well as of the Lead Belly Foundation. Although Lead Belly most commonly played the twelve-string, he could also play the piano, mandolin, harmonica, violin, and accordion. In some of his recordings, such as in one of his versions of the folk ballad “John Hardy”, he performs on the accordion instead of the guitar. In other recordings he just sings while clapping his hands or stomping his foot.The topics of Lead Belly’s music covered a wide range of subjects, including gospel songs; blues songs about women, liquor, prison life, and racism; and folk songs about cowboys, prison, work, sailors, cattle herding, and dancing. He also wrote songs concerning the newsmakers of the day, such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Adolf Hitler, Jean Harlow, the Scottsboro Boys, and Howard Hughes.In 2008, Lead Belly was inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.
where are some good stripclubs in hattiesburg mississippi? help
hi there,there is none..have a look at these,this is it.Dead Man Dancing’s Guide to Hattiesburg Nightlife 206 Front:This beautiful building in historic downtown Hattiesburg houses one of the best restaurants in town, along with a popular bar. Live music Tuesday and Wednesday in the bar. Classical music in the restaurant some evenings.206 Front Street, Downtown Hattiesburg. Ph 601.545.5677Buffalo Wild Wings: (chain) One of the newest restaurant/clubs in town. Ya order at the counter when you walk in, then wave a little electronic device when it signals you that your food is ready. I know this must cut down on the cost somehow, but I am not crazy about the system. Lots of munchie-type stuff. Wings that will put hair on your tongue and burn your chest, or something like that. Large capacity room with lots o’ tvs. Pretty high noise level. Live music on occasion.3 Churchill Street. Ph 601.288.7777Copeland’s: (chain) Copeland’s is a New Orleans-style, upscale restaurant and bar. They have live acoustic music occasionally, but the food is the star of the show.4591 Hardy Street. Ph. 601.296.9300Cuco’s:(chain)Mexican Restaurant/club. Thursday night live music with Big John. Has live music occasionally on weekends. 6104 Hwy 49 South. Ph. 601.545.8241. The End Zone:Very popular hangout. The North End Zone has dart boards, pool tables, and kickass jukebox. Free hotdogs at Monday Night Football. Recently added: more room, a secondary bar and lots of tv’s.2505 W 4th Street Ph. 601.583.8154Fat Harry’s Tavern:Hattiesburg’s newest live music venue. Bands play every Thur. & Sat. night, with sing-along karaoke on Fridays. Great drink specials nightly, large crowds, laid back atmosphere. Happy hour 2 for 1 drinks & bottle beer, & half price appetizers every day. Now open Sunday. 106th S. 37th Ave., right behind Pizza Hut on Hardy St. Ph. 601-261-2666Good Karma Cafe (McComb):A fairly new, small restaurant that is the alternative to just about everything in this area. We offer food, coffee, beers, atmosphere and music that you can’t get anywhere else close to here. Last December they began having live music, which range from folk, bluegrass, indie, acoustic all the way through rock, hardcore/punk, ska. They claim to do anything but new country, which until the cafe was the only thing you could hear in town.The Green Room:This venue, located at the Ramada Inn north of town on Hwy 49, has tons of pool tables, and the competition is fierce. Blues Night is Wednesday; there’s a pool tournament every Thursday. They have live bands on weekend–cover is generally $5.6528 Hwy. 49 North; 601.584.8722Keg and Barrel:Located near Downtown in what used to be a house, this cozy bar is one of the newest in Hattiesburg. Small bands, acoustic groups. Many beers on tap, appetizers served. Now open for lunch. 1315 Hardy Street. Call 601.582-7148.The Mahogany Bar:Informally known as “The Hog,” the Mahogany Bar is one of Hattiesburg’s most popular after-work stops. The Hog is in the same building as two of Hattiesburg’s best known restaurants, The Purple Parrot (quite pricey, but worth it) and Crescent City (moderately priced, with a New Orleans theme). There’s a small courtyard with heat lamps for chilly evenings. Patrons range from college students to lawyers, and it can be crowded as hell. Free red beans and rice on Monday night during football season, while you watch the game on The Hog’s big screen television.3810 Hardy Street; 601.264.0656Mugshots:Mugshots is under new ownership–new owners are Ron Savell and Chris McDonald. Many cosmetic changes have been made, but the new owners seem to be as committed to showcasing local and regional bands as before. Most draft beers choices in town, with a huge import selection. 2 brand new 92″ TVs. Acoustic shows Tuesday, Wednesday sometimes Thursday, full bands on Friday and Saturday. Cover charge on Friday and Saturdays only. Full bar menu with “the best hamburgers in town.” If the bar is open, the grill is open. Mugshots is open 11am to 2 am Monday thru Saturday and 11am till 10pm on Sunday. 3803 West 4th St.; Ph 601.271.2299. Nick’s:You can’t leave Hattiesburg without experiencing Nick’s Ice House, a Hattiesburg institiution. Many special events, including a celebration for Derby Day. One-dollar longnecks Thursdays. 216 Hardy Street Ph. 601.544.5987Shenanigans:If you’d rather make the music yourselves, Shenanigans is the place to do it. Karaoke from 9pm til 2am Tuesday thru Saturday.5795 Hwy. 49 South. Ph. 601.261.0730Sports Rock Cafe:The SRC has a ton of tv’s, one of which is 15 feet tall, lots of seating, a full menu, (including a children’s selection), lots of beers and liquor, and a game room and daily specials.1207 West Pine St. Ph. 601.584.1010.St. Elmo’s:St. Elmo’s is a popular small pool hall with nice pool tables, phooseball, a jukebox, twice-weekly pool tournaments and a youngish type of crowd. Recently expanded.1825 Hardy Street. Ph. 601.543.0659 Tal’s Music Emporium:Tal’s is legendary. Hell, Tal is legendary. Music ranges from rock n roll and alternative to country and cover bands. Cover charges for bands only. Karaoke Wednesday nights @ 8pm. Eighteen and over. Ice Cold Beer and Soft Drinks. $.50 pool all the time! Friday Night tournaments @ 8pm. Tal’s is under new management due to illness. Located north of Hattiesburg, on Rawls Springs Loop Rd., behind Raceway. Contact Phone 601.268.9512Thirsty Hippo:The Hippo has great ambiance and a gorgeous courtyard. They are known for their wide variety of excellent live bands, local and otherwise. Twenty-one and over. A wide range of domestic and exotic beers in bottles and on-tap. Cover charges range from 2 to 5 dollars, sometimes higher. Closed Monday. $1 draft on Tuesday and Wednesday.211 1/2 Main Street in historic downtown Hattiesburg. Ph. 601.583.9188hope you find some thing that suits good luck.