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Good music and Funny's I like some of those lyrics better. I’ve never heard the pizza burning one 😂😂😂😂
Patty Emanuel Detroit leaning
Marrita HavernHavern.....reminds me of playing singstar😄
What a pile of (predominantly) made-up nonsense. Pathetic.
Benny and the jets
Kevin Doolan
Raymond Pascoe
Jennifer Ogle
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This Day in Music14 hours ago

19th March 1962, Bob Dylan's debut album Bob Dylan was released in the Untied States. Initially poor sales led the record to be known around Columbia Records as ‘Hammond's Folly’ (John Hammond was producer of Dylan’s early recordings and the man responsible for signing Dylan)....

I was so much younger then, I'm older than that now...
Untied states 😂
His version of House of The Rising Son...haunting.
Untied? Did he know something about the future?
"Dyslexics of the world, UNTIE"
My parents owned this album. They saw Bob Dylan in NYC as the opening act for Joan Baez. He got booed off the stage. (Not by my parents.)
I love this album, it's so powerful and Dylan's youthful energy is fantastic, I can't count how many times I have listened to this album, must be hundreds of times. So underrated with a lot of great songs.
Love Dylan! Forever young
Uncle Bob to my girls ... he never intended to be a smahing success ... he wanted to make Woody proud.
A wordsmith akin to no other. Legend!!
Have it!
Shareriff cool
Aoife LaLoba
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This Day in Music20 hours ago

19th March 1965, The Tailor And Cutter Magazine ran an article asking The Rolling Stones to start wearing ties. The current fashion did not include wearing ties with shirts and many tie-makers were facing financial disaster. Mick Jagger said of the appeal, "The trouble with...

Brian looks smart!
The Beatles wore ties.
Brian looked great no matter what he wore.
I never knew (far guy on the right ) that Javier Bardem was in the Stones 😂
I can't remember wearing a tie for 15-20 years or more....nehru collars & black Beatles roll-necks made a very anti-establishment statement when I was a manager in public service...IMHO! Tradition sucks.
Brian does look good but that’s either a cigarette pack or a whiskey flask in his hand
Once more BRIAN JONES WORE A TIE HE WAS THE LEADER OF THE PACK AND LED BY EXAMPLE AND COURAGE. Nice One BJ👍🏼😊. 🌐 won’t forget YOU!!! The Rest have already begun the Slow descend into Oblivion. HaHa!✝️☮️🐝with YOU.
Just because he's dead....
Shareriff 😉
James Otton
Never cared for their style of music but man could that girl sing- Wow.
It's yesterday once more...😍😪
Cherie Stone
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This Day in Music1 day ago

See how many you can score in our very hard Neil Young quiz: http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/neil_young_quiz

Lol I guess I have no hope then for a decent score. I know hardly anything about him. I nvr really cared for his solo projects. I liked the days of Crosby, Still, Nash and Young. When they made songs like "Suite Judy Blue Eyes." Which Alwayz has & 4ever will be one of my favorite songs of all time. ✌️❤️🤘 I'm going to take the quiz anywayz just 4 kicks!!! Lmao!!! It's cool. I'm setting myself up for failure. Lol!!! 😉
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That was a tuff quiz and I thought I knew a lot about him
Barely passed, on a curve...
Brooks Bolton.
Kerry Baylor
Ian Turner
Paul Middleton
16/20, that was a tricky quiz
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18th March 1972, Neil Young started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Heart Of Gold'. Released from the 1972 album Harvest, it is so far Young's only US No. 1 single. The song features backup vocals by James Taylor...

He still can't sing in tune!
Thought he died...
Great song playing a D28?Martin Cost then maybe $200?👁 bought a Les(Black)Paul Custom back thenfrom Mannys in NYC for $475.00, my second one. JT is aLiving Legend
I don't think Neil ever cared about number One's A true Artist
Not really a singles artist so it being his only No1 doesn't really matter. His second album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere is a classic.
I could careless if he never had a #1. Every song he does is pretty much #1 in my book
I like his Harvest Moon. Great song
Great artist
Saw Neil Young back in 2013. Sadly it was a weird concert. He was promoting his Psychedelic Pill album and it was.... different.
One of the best such a distinctive voice...
Beautiful song for sure, Neil made many great songs Old Man and like a hurricane are my favorites.
I always remember the woman singing back up loudly at the end. I never knew it was her. But now that I do, it sounds so obvious! Lol
I had this 8track.
Great song!!! Remember it like yesterday.
he certainly is a musical icon
Becuse I am getting old
We used to do this with the old band. Great song.
Love his voice
Love Neil Young
Isn't that James on the old banjo?
One of my Favourite songs!
Just a great song
Kimberlina's Enchanted Jewelry & Musings 💙💙💙
A true unique talent.😁
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This Day in Music2 days ago

18th March 2017, Chuck Berry died aged 90. The American guitarist, singer and songwriter was one of the pioneers of rock and roll music. With songs such as 'Maybellene' (1955), 'Roll Over Beethoven' (1956), 'Rock and Roll Music' (1957) and 'Johnny B. Goode' (1958), Berry...

Was able to catch one of his last live performances in 2013 at Blueberry Hill in St. Louis, MO....he used to do monthly shows in The Duck Room at Blueberry Hill.....
0an a few months before he died a new album by Chuck named Chuck was released. Most of the top Guitarist we like learned the Guitar because of Chuck or the influence of a Guitarist that learned guitar because of Chuck. Electric Guitar manufacturers made $Billions thanks to Chuck.
You never can tell 😎
A fantastic great talented person gave many musicians something to remember! RIP Chuck
No Particular Place to Go is my favorite.
The true king of Rock & Roll
Mr Berry is "The Rock'n' Roll Music"!!!/🔊🎶Go,Berry,go!!!!
He was a great singer.
I'll go with Promise Land but it's hard to chose just one
Impossible to sum up the totality of his influence as it still expands.
R.I.P Chuck your still the man down here!
When God died
Love his music.
Brown Eyed Handsome Man
Every day I have the blues since. Miss you Mr Berry!
Og rok n ro
You never can tell.
Loved his music
He taught them all.......school day
Was goed dus bye.
Keri Nunn Askew



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Dothan Eagle1 hour ago

Say what you will about the pitfalls of modern technology, the digital revolution is giving us the most trackable children ever.

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Dothan Eagle3 hours ago

His horrifying mid-performance fall brought an abrupt end to the show, "Volta," which was staged under a big-top tent in Tampa.

Joey Diaz
Kay KP
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Dothan Eagle4 hours ago

Wayne White, who is the head football coach at Carver Magnet School, was head coach at Northview High School for three years before being relieved of his duties there following the 2011 season.

We Thompson’s are rejoicing in this! While we hate to lose him at Carver Magnet he is just what is needed at DHS. Thankful for the time he coached our boys at carver. Coach White is a great leader with such a heart for all kids.
Congratulations, Wayne! I know you'll do a wonderful job!
Great man for all at DHS !!! CONGRATULATIONS , Wayne!!!!
Congratulations Wayne!
Good job, Coach White!
Yay!!! So excited for Wayne and DHS!!
Congratulations, Coach White
Congrats, Coach! Super guy!
Congratulations Wayne!
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Dothan Eagle5 hours ago

One of the hydraulic cylinders used in the lock has failed, and further investigation revealed two others were cracked and subject to failures.

Look out Gordon
Houston Adkins Adrianne Woodruff
John Quincy Adams
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Dothan Eagle7 hours ago

Lawmakers now are aiming to grill Facebook over how it handles the personal information of its 2.1 billion users.

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Dothan Eagle8 hours ago

The latest Answer Man column.

I sure do hope so and soon to