Threefer Thursday Music Thread

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    Thursdays , Begins 28 April 2016

    In the spirit of, "what you listening to" today? Because people 'just can't wait', and music isn't just for Fridays anyway.

    (See also: Monday One Day, Toofer Tuesday, and Hump Day)
     
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    Brit Floyd (was at this show) and Brandi Carlile, both live at Red Rocks. Everyone should put seeing a show there on their bucket list.
     
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    Let's take this Threefer & throw it back to the 70's......





     
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    Always laughed at this.............need a laugh today..........

     
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    My other two...........



     
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    A little something from Texas, kind of a family affair.......

    The first two are from the late, Doyle Bramhall Sr., a well known drummer and close personal friend of Stevie Ray Vaughan. The Bramhall's & Vaughan's actually shared a house for a time. Doyle wrote "Life By The Drop" for Stevie, who also recorded a cover of it but it wasn't discovered until after SRV's death.





    When SRV died I kept my "ear to the rail" to see what would become of Chris Layton (Drums) & Tommy Shannon (Bass) a.k.a. "Double Trouble," SRV's "bottom end."

    Their first effort was when they teamed up with Charlie Sexton & Doyle's son, Doyle Bramhall II (commonly said as two) to form Arc Angels. Doyle two is the leftie who, to me, bears a striking resemblance to magician, Penn Gillette. Doyle two has a unique sound due to his guitars being strung upside down. When he was young (15) SRV would have him get up on stage with him and sit in, adding a little pressure by introducing him as the "Best guitar player around."

     
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    GREAT post knu! Of course, love SRV but didn't know that abt Life By the Drop, or so much abt Double Trouble.
     
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    A few dealing with the trials & tribulations of being in the music biz....



    A little trivia on this next one.
    The numbers you hear being "dialed" on the phone was
    the actual phone number of the guy this song is about.



    Some careers were better than others........

     
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    Went with a foot-stompin' theme...

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