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Sorry Frank,

 

I did see it. I was just being cheeky and playing on the words.

 

 

"I guess I should have just said "I don't, or never, cared for Les Paul OR Mary" and left off the Terry part"

 

No, that sounds too much like the "Do you now or have you ever belonged to . . . " from the McCarthy era. :)

 

Do you listen to Satriani?

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I saw it Frank and knew what you meant,no problem.I also am not that up on Les Paul,just threw it out there as kind of a joke...lol.

And in my post I forgot a couple of my favs..Stevie Ray Vaughn and my hero..Frank Zappa. :)

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Well for me its always been THE BEATLES. Nothing comes close. But having said that, the next grouping of bands-singers are my B list of greatness.

 

The Rolling Stones

Bruce Springsteen

U2

The Beach Boys ( Brian Wilson really is a genius)

 

 

Music really is good for the soul

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Well for me its always been THE BEATLES. Nothing comes close. But having said that, the next grouping of bands-singers are my B list of greatness.

 

The Rolling Stones

Bruce Springsteen

U2

The Beach Boys ( Brian Wilson really is a genius)

Music really is good for the soul

Ah, the Beatles. The reason I started playing guitar. All my friends came to my house to watch them on Ed Sullivan (was 7 years old). We had our brooms and sang along. Such care free years :)

Still barely a day goes by that I don't listen to at least one Beatles song. In 1970 when I awoke and my dad told me he read in the paper that they broke up, I hid and cried. Paul was my favorite since we share the same first name.

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Well Paul, Paul is also my favorite! My first concert attended was Paul McCartney And Wings in May of 1976 as a wee 14 year old. Thrilling indeed. I have seen the man numerous times over the years since, most recently last September in Boston. Still thrilling. The man does not age! He will be be 64 this June. Who would have thought that when he sang When I'm 64 back in 67 that in 2006 he would still be rocking.

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