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PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2005 8:25 am 
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Congratulations wrote:
Johnny Cash is so wonderful.

I have a friend that hates the Cash, and I just don't understand it. Especially since he LOVES Neil Young, but says he doesn't like Johnny Cash's voice.

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Strange that..I mean they both sound so alike :P

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s1m0n wrote:
Shel Silverstein wrote A Boy Named Sue, as I recall.


Yes, that surprised me when I first went looking for the Guitar chords
many years ago. Then I found out that Shel was also a prolific writer
for Playboy in his time.


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His flowing style sounds a bit similar to that of J-Five.
http://www.jfivemusic.com/www/index2.php More of a pop-rap.

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The two yuckiest musics together in one if you ask me. :lol:

I prefer the reggae and bluegrass, but gansta' rap and southern country music doesn't suit me well.


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FenianForFreedom wrote:
I prefer the reggae and bluegrass, but gansta' rap and southern country music doesn't suit me well.

I never said Gangsta', Troy's style definitely predates that.
But I can understand. Lots of people hate both genres, and two
wrongs don't make a right! However, two lefts, then a U-turn
make a straight, just one block over.

missy wrote:
I don't know about Cowboy Troy, but if I hear "Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy" one more time I"m gonna puke!!!
Most "country" music nowadays sounds like the Southern Rock of the '70's to me

I'm starting to think that Southern Rock is the asymptote of every
human musical endeavor.


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