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Booche

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    Booche got a reaction from bouche in Untold Stories of Paul McCartney   
    Obviously we now know where this song 'came' from...................
     
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    Booche got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Untold Stories of Paul McCartney   
    Obviously we now know where this song 'came' from...................
     
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    Booche reacted to Freak By Night in Outlaw Music Festival   
    I'm disappointed that I jumped on these tickets immediately when they went on sale. That was highly unnecessary, as tickets for decent seats could have been purchased for as little as 10 bucks on the day of the show. Lesson learned.
    No matter now. I still enjoyed myself. We arrived early well before Tara Lightfoot's 3 piece band took the stage. She's a solid guitar rocker and I enjoyed the short late afternoon set.
    Sturgill Simpson, I've heard, is a country musician. Or is he? He certainly did not sound very country. This was loud, guitar-driven, heavy jam/blues rock. I wasn't surprised though, as I'd seen this band at the Bluesfest almost 2 months ago. Highly recommended.
    The Teseschi Trucks band never fails to get me up dancing. This caused some conflict with the people behind us. My brother, my friend, and I all got up to dance for some grooving songs. The folks behind us preferred to sit on their hands. After a couple of songs, some handfuls of popcorn were thrown at us. Then the shouting started. I'm pretty easy going, I don't want to piss anyone off, so I sat down. My buddy continued to exercise his right to dance and the situation escalated. Security was having none of this.  They re-located the complainers temporarily to some empty seats a couple of rows in front of us.
    I've been to concerts all over North America, and I must say Toronto music fans are the least lively. Doesn't matter who the performer is, just sit down and don't move!
    Willie Nelson & Family played an hour long set of country favorites. A true legend! I cant' expand much on edger's comments, but it was strange how the house lights came on exactly at 10:45 pm, even before the final notes of Willie's set had been played!  It was like they wanted everyone out of there as soon as possible.
    I totally enjoyed all the acts and had a fun time on a chilly, blustery Sunday night on the shore of Lake Ontario.
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    Booche reacted to Velvet in Outlaw Music Festival   
    Excellent words on Willie, edger.  Looking forward to seeing him in a few weeks.
    And Sturgill too!  Experienced him for the first time this summer and I really, really liked it.
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    Booche reacted to edger in Outlaw Music Festival   
    Me too. I was starting to have second thoughts/feel overwhelmed about even going with the start of a busy work term and bringing my son out so late on a school night yada yada. But I was really glad I went.
     
    I am definitely a new fan of Sturgil. I thought they had a raunchy rippin country sound with a hint of Elvis perhaps inspired traditionalism woven in there. Great mix of familiar tried and true and pushing things to a new edge. Great band great vocals and great songs.
     
    TTB are always a pleasure. I get so much enjoyment out of watching Derek play and Susan just has one of the best vocals of all time. I really enjoyed the flute jams. Kofi is such an asset to that all around talented band. The pipes on the back up singers are incredible. Some of the notes that were being hit...holy shit. 
     
    And Willie. I thought he put on a great performance. As I get older and increasingly reflective on life and loss and love i appreciate all the more the rare treat to witness a legend like that that has spanned the ages like no other really. Connecting the generations and putting into words so eloquently the sentiments that are hard to express. Brought me to tears a couple times. Was thankful for the wind and dim lights to keep that on the down low. His sister is absolutely age defying on those keys. It's quite remarkable what they are still capable of. He was strong and assured. I was happy and admittedly proud that my ten year old understood what a special thing that was for him to witness. 
     
     
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    Booche reacted to Davey Boy 2.0 in Untold Stories of Paul McCartney   
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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in Epic Covers   
    cool as fuck 
     
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    Booche reacted to Davey Boy 2.0 in Epic Covers   
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    Booche reacted to bONES in Epic Covers   
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    Booche reacted to fluffhead77 in Epic Covers   
    Pretty pumped to see this lady at Outlaw Music Fest in a couple weeks! 
     
    Edit: F&*K... she's not on the TO leg of the tour
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Epic Covers   
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Epic Covers   
    Damn.
     
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Epic Covers   
    Man I miss the Gourds, but Shinyribs (Kevin Russell of the Gourds) never disappoints.

    https://www.wideopencountry.com/the-next-waltz-brokedown-palace/

     
     
     
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    Booche reacted to fluffhead77 in Epic Covers   
    Well, THIS guy is at least coming to TO in Dec! Just heard this the other day for the first time, which blew my mind given J recorded this over 5 years ago! Thanks, @backbacon!!! 
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    Booche reacted to bouche in Happy 50th bday to DB 2.0   
    Bonne Anniversary baby! 
     
     
     
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    Booche got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Happy 50th bday to DB 2.0   
    Never thought that we would make it this far...........................try and keep your pants on this weekend. I dares ya!

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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in What are you listening to right now?   
    I've probably posted this a number of times before but even if I havent this is a definite must-watch/feel. It's been my mantra, or muse or whatever, for about 3 years now. This song is heavy. 
    I still remember the first time I heard it and will never forget the drive I was on during a Sunday night listening to Strombo via CBC over the airwaves (vote for CBC everytime). Easily my life could have taken a turn off that road and ended it because I was so enthralled in the message being conveyed to me at that moment with the possibility of heading into or off a cliff. Whenever I hear this song, more importantly this version, I immediately recognize how fleeting life is. 
    That's the beauty of a killer song.
    This will always bring me to my  knees much like Stella Blue offers the same................this shit is legit
     
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    Booche got a reaction from bouche in Kingston's Brian's Record Option GoFundMe Campaign   
    " where the hell do box packs like that go?   It's not like missing a fucking sock for fuck sakes." 
    I keep forgetting you tell that story. When is the last time you recall owning either, simply because we moved a few times after leaving Myrna's. Is it safe to assume you had one copy, possibly both, while you lived in Smith's Falls?
    Moving is always recklessly wretched. 
     
    Good job on donating while also making the board aware. Here`s another Door`s song, probably the deepest and most meaningful, our crew would never had known about had it not been for Brian.............this ALWAYS came on at some point when we were tripping ballz. It always felt like home to us. `This is the best part of the trip.` - it was as if we needed to hear those words at that very moment simply to save our marbles from becoming lost to other players. 
    You might enjoy this song brother because it is well built. 
     
     
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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in Epic Covers   
    God-damn, I love that Bouncing Around The Room. That's a proper hometown tribute including song teases of Slave, PYITE , First Tube and a melody I couldnt place during the intro chords. Every Phishead needs to watch/listen to that one. That's totally epic. 
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    Booche reacted to bouche in Epic Covers   
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Epic Covers   
    Not sure when I downloaded it - most likely years back when I cruised all corners of the blog-o-sphere downloading anything & everything that looked good to me. Truth be told, I kind of didn't realize I had it. That track showed up showed up one night recently during a playlist shuffle (on winamp - yes, that's still my main player) and I've had a hard time not playing it daily since. Great stuff for sure.
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Epic Covers   
    Old Crow Medicine Show - "Bouncing Around the Room" 
     
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