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United States United States. DJ since Feb 4, 2009
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CaryB they were THE COOLEST. 1968, French TV
CaryB this wild-as-all-hell, live, kids-show performance kills me dead. I am dead. I am killed.
CaryB I live in Louisville. Listen to this song and learn about my hometown, from Mr. Howell Dawdy, who is, well, an unusual tour guide.

Howell Dawdy "Louisville" OFFICIAL VIDEO

CaryB Captain Beefheart!

Bat Chain Puller

CaryB BRAND NEW BREEDERS. are you kidding me? very cool.
CaryB one more from Ricky and the boys

Bodeco "Bright Lights At The End Of The Road"

CaryB on a hellbound train

Bodeco "Dead Broke And Dirty"

CaryB BODECO, y'all. Baddest band of ALL time. "Hill and Gully Rider."

Hill and Gully Rider

CaryB from the classic Odyssey, circa 1984. uncategorizable.
CaryB this just kicks total ass more than 40 years later. Janis' impassioned vox, the guitar, all of it.

Janis Joplin Down On Me (live) HD

CaryB another quick visit to classic Boston, um, what? pub rock? pop-punk? Don't matter none, this is just great regardless
CaryB my advice is to play this at least daily, as I do.

Desmond Dekker & The Aces Israelites 1978

CaryB 1962 single from Alvergous "Al" Pittman, aka Dr. Horse (1917-2004), a funky R&B homage to sartorial extravagance
CaryB '78 Belgian punk classic: Don't believe in fairytales / don't believe in the monarchy / There's only 1 way you can go / You know that's the way down

The Kids,no monarchy

CaryB before some bloke named Rod Stewart came along, there was Steve Marriott
CaryB The late, immortal Ronnie Lane fronting one of the greatest bands ever. FABULOUS live TV performance.
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