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  1. #16
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    "Hate Country" Music . . . .
    careful, I can hear the ice cracking

    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillA View Post
    "Hate Country" Music . . . .
    careful, I can hear the ice cracking

    lol
    Country, Polka & opera

    They can all Disappear Today & I'd never notice
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    cr
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    classical guitar ?
    flamenco (guitar) ?


    piano ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillA View Post
    classical guitar ?
    flamenco (guitar) ?


    piano ?
    All beat Country & Some Fat Broad Screaming !
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    ah Jeff, just for you


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    Billa, just for you "Bella Ciao" in 9 Languages. Youtube.
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    thanks kot, I spent most of my youth in Italy (Firenze e Napoli) so Italian is enjoyable
    here is another from the same period, but the opposite side of the fence



    I used to sing this song and it would absolutely horrify almost all Italians - but not all, like everywhere else.
    I have no pony in this race, my approach is via the music (op eh)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa View Post
    I don't Know, I've never been much of a Flag Waver, Or Follower.
    And always Hated What I considered War Mongering Propaganda,
    From the Powers that be. So I would have Ignored Patriotic Songs.
    Though I Thing Country singers Have some. Which I Hate Country Too.

    I don't want to Get into Politics Here if I can Help it .
    But I guess the best way to say it is,
    it's only been since 2016 that I'm slowly Getting Supportive of the Constitution
    as it was written & What the Flag stands For.
    I was sort of ignorant alot of my life but I became less naive and I totally support the Constitution. Not the d or r so much.
    The president says America first but allows that other nations should act in their best interests.
    Barring the use of nuclear weapons, we would have a tough row to hoe with the Russians. They are used to hardship and doing without. Just my opinion.
    I have no problem with them singing about tanks. But can imagine the pearl clutching if Amrrican kids sung something like that. Be a fun vid to trigger some people
    Wonder if Ms. Pipper is interested in some diplomatic relations?
    Wait a minute...how is it you so readily know this song and other details, Jeff? Hmmm...
    Last edited by Hillbilly Prince; Aug 16, 2019 at 11:21 PM.
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    You may forget but let me tell you this: someone in some future time will think of us-Sappho

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa View Post
    Country, Polka & opera

    They can all Disappear Today & I'd never notice
    I'm with you on polka-that stuff is like a bad wreck. But also funny at times.
    I like old country, kind of surprised you dismiss all of it.
    New country is pretty awful, like most pop. But I am surprised you can't appreciate classical female singers.
    Ok, what do you think of the Grateful Dead? I heard of them for yesrs, heard about Deadheads who followed yhem in their junkers and smoked weed at the concerts.
    I don't listen to music all the time but one day happened to have the radio on and guy says he gonna play the Grateful Dead next. At last I would hear this iconic band. So he plays Truckin'. That was about one of the worst songs I ever heard. I decided those Deadheads had to be stoned to waste their lives following them.
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    You may forget but let me tell you this: someone in some future time will think of us-Sappho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly Prince View Post
    I was sort of ignorant alot of my life but I became less naive and I totally support the Constitution. Not the d or r so much.
    The president says America first but allows that other nations should act in their best interests.
    Barring the use of nuclear weapons, we would have a tough row to hoe with the Russians. They are used to hardship and doing without. Just my opinion.
    I have no problem with them singing about tanks. But can imagine the pearl clutching if Amrrican kids sung something like that. Be a fun vid to trigger some people
    Wonder if Ms. Pipper is interested in some diplomatic relations?
    Wait a minute...how is it you so readily know this song and other details, Jeff? Hmmm...
    I Deny everything
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly Prince View Post
    I'm with you on polka-that stuff is like a bad wreck. But also funny at times.
    I like old country, kind of surprised you dismiss all of it.
    New country is pretty awful, like most pop. But I am surprised you can't appreciate classical female singers.
    Ok, what do you think of the Grateful Dead? I heard of them for yesrs, heard about Deadheads who followed yhem in their junkers and smoked weed at the concerts.
    I don't listen to music all the time but one day happened to have the radio on and guy says he gonna play the Grateful Dead next. At last I would hear this iconic band. So he plays Truckin'. That was about one of the worst songs I ever heard. I decided those Deadheads had to be stoned to waste their lives following them.
    I Hate Truckin' & I heard some dead music the would rival Pink Floyd & I Like The Dead's attitude
    Of not treating their Fans with disrespect when they Photograph & record their Shows.

    But not one of my Favorite bands.

    Country old or New Sucks. When I was a Kid I liked Johnny Cash, But I Didn't know much then,
    Just what My dad played on the Radio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa View Post
    Country old or New Sucks. When I was a Kid I liked Johnny Cash, But I Didn't know much then,
    Just what My dad played on the Radio.
    I remember back when I was about 10, and every Sunday night
    I'd curl up under the covers with my transistor radio in hand,
    listening to Dr. Demento on the earplug (so my dad didn't bust
    me).
    Mike (aka Dizz)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DizzyDigger View Post
    I remember back when I was about 10, and every Sunday night
    I'd curl up under the covers with my transistor radio in hand,
    listening to Dr. Demento on the earplug (so my dad didn't bust
    me).
    "The Doctor is out, he'll be right back in."


    "And so the population was gradually led into the demoralising temptations of arcades, baths, and sumptuous banquets. The unsuspecting Britons spoke of such novelties as 'civilisation', when in fact they were only a feature of their enslavement." Tacitus, Roman Senator and Historian, written AD 98.

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    Quite delightful to read all these replies.
    That's the one thing that keeps me coming back to Tnet...so much good and conflicting conversation that remains civil.
    You've no idea how much I appreciate that.

    Carry on friends!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DizzyDigger View Post
    I remember back when I was about 10, and every Sunday night
    I'd curl up under the covers with my transistor radio in hand,
    listening to Dr. Demento on the earplug (so my dad didn't bust
    me).
    as a kid I used to read and listen to the radio under the covers at night, they did not care what I listened to (country from Salinas) but I had a number of beatings about the light under the covers, and even that did not stop me
    Red Sovine (sp?)
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