FUSA Music Thread

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  1. MicahMan

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    While watching Fulham bow out of the Premier League this song came to mind.
     
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  2. SoCalJoe

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    Always love being in the car and hearing a song you haven’t listened to in awhile.
     
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    Thanks for that Joe. Stop Making Sense is a great concert film.

    Here's a driving in the car song by NRBQ that is both obscure and amazing -- you listen to it and say Yeah, me too. "I still think about you every time I'm driving in my car ..."

     
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    RIP Dr. John, the Night Tripper

     
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  5. MicahMan

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    If Fulham fans did what Cyrus Christie said they did, they need to start playing more IDLES in the pre-match playlist. Frankly, I think everyone needs to start listing to more IDLES.
     
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  7. HatterDon

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    love this, guys ... thanks
     
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    My "other" football team just released this music video collaboration...Aupa Eibar!

     
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  9. SoCalJoe

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    Sad day for mi esposa and a generation of ladies her age as Eddie Money passed away today. Saw him at a small venue years ago and he touched her hand from the stage that she still loves to talk about. He had bigger hits (2 Tickets to Paradise, Take Me Home Tonight, etc..), but going with this one



    RIP Eddie
     
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  10. SoCalJoe

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    Let’s hope it doesn’t come in 3’s like the urban legends say. Second concert I ever went to was The Cars, RIP to their front man Ric Ocasek



     
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  11. SoCalJoe

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    Somewhere in London, Von Billy is hurting. I went and saw Rush 22 times, and one of the main reasons, was to see the greatest rock drummer Neil Peart aka The Professor do his thing. He wrote all the deep thinking lyrics, wrote novels on the side as well. I didn’t even know he was sick, but that was his way. RIP



    Half his usual drum solo is contained at the end of this classic Rush instrumental.
     
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    67 years old ... brain cancer

    dammit
     
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    @HatterDon, I know how big a Beatles fan you are;



    Daughter came over last night and we watched the movie Yesterday. Story revolves around the world never hearing of any Beatles’ songs. A light-hearted movie, not as good as Across the Universe, but good Beatles fun.
     
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  14. dtowndough

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    Been dealing with lots of "stuff" and been a casual visitor lately. I'm sorry I missed this. I didn't make it 22 times, but I did make it 5. I was able to introduce one of my friends to Rush and he called me the morning after the news broke and thanked me for taking him to his only show. I love Primus and I think I'll check out their Rush Tribute concert this summer, but knowing it will never be the same. I went into a Rush coma for a solid 3 weeks. I know it's a "new" song and off a not-very-recognized album, but Nobody's Hero has a personal relationship with me and I listened to it daily. It bridged the gap of one my all-time favorite bands and one of my all-time favorite mentors that passed away too soon. If ever I was able to balance happy/sad, it was those days. Music. What a great way to understand and feel your soul.
     
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  15. HatterDon

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    I have about 30 or so Beatles songs that I choose from when I perform, and I LOVE the movie. I've recommended it to pretty much everyone I know.
     
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    Aren't we all?...
     
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