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LadyLuck

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  1. He dresses like that sometimes, but it doesn't seem as cheesy Found this vid, you might like it
  2. That is truly cool. Dylan looks great as "cowboy". The music wasn't bad at all.
  3. That's great. I don't think you'll be disappointed I love that song. My boyfriend told me that "(She's) Sexy & 17" reminded him of me, since I met him when I was still 17...haha. Kinda one of our songs now.
  4. First thing, I'm not familiar with Ares. What is that? Enlighten me :D Second thing, In The Mood is definitely a great song.
  5. Well put, my friend :D If you like Cochran, you might dig Setzer. He was heavily influenced by Eddie, from what I've heard at least.
  6. I like this band. Well written review, Dude.
  7. Thank you :D Brian Setzer Again, thank you for the welcome.
  8. I personally love this song. But then again, I'm a sucker for catchy 80's songs..haha
  9. I love anything from Bowie. I grew up on "The Labyrinth". I agree, though, "China Girl" is a bit better.
  10. Wow, thank you for the warm welcome. I appreciate that. About any links to his music, the only one I could find (easily..haha) was on MySpace, his music. I'm kinda of hesitate to post that link, though. I do not want to be considered spam :(
  11. I'm sorry if this isn't the right forum to bring this up or not. I was wondering if anyone else out there digs rockabilly. I'm personally a big fan of the genre. With so many greats that came out of it, like Johnny Cash, Eddie Cochran, Jerry Lee Lewis, and even the newer artists, like Brian Setzer, you'd think more people would be into it. In my opinion, one of the best gets so over looked now a days, I speak of Brian Setzer. I just flat out admire his guitar playing and song writing skills. Some will say that rockabilly died out in the '50's and it the mainstream, it might have, but Setzer ha
  12. I'm a big fan of Johnny's. His music was so deep and meaningful, especially on his last few releases. There will never be another like him. He was truly be missed.
  13. I agree. Ricky Nelson is very underrated. Its a shame really. "Hello Mary Lou" is on of my favorite songs of all time. He will not be forgotten by me :D
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