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    #31
    Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

    I grew up in Virginia in the era of Okie from Muskogee. Brown hippies weren’t very popular with the redneck types.

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      #32
      Originally posted by slot snook seeker View Post
      A solid song, is a solid song.

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        #33
        Originally posted by AlamoJoe View Post

        A solid song, is a solid song.

        Still, that's a match made in hell.

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          #34
          Originally posted by bluzboy View Post


          Still, that's a match made in hell.
          All depends in your version of Hell I suppose. I would not want the Dreadful Dead on my hell jukebox. which probably insures me it'll be on the eternal playlist.....If there is such a place.

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            #35
            Originally posted by AlamoJoe View Post

            All depends in your version of Hell I suppose. I would not want the Dreadful Dead on my hell jukebox. which probably insures me it'll be on the eternal playlist.....If there is such a place.

            I think they definitely play Beach Boys music in hell (but no Pet Sounds, Holland or Surf's Up).

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              #36
              Originally posted by slot snook seeker View Post
              Some San Francisco band had an answer to that song called Hippie from Olima, I can’t find it on youtube, tho. They used to play it on WHFS in the early ‘70s. I can’t remember the name of the band that did it, tho.

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                #37
                Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

                Some San Francisco band had an answer to that song called Hippie from Olima, I can’t find it on youtube, tho. They used to play it on WHFS in the early ‘70s. I can’t remember the name of the band that did it, tho.
                Probably a reason for that HBS.
                Merle was a dope smokin', generally cool dude. I think his tongue was in his cheek, and his eye on a payday when he recorded that song anyway.

                It's a solid song.

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                • Bulldog
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                  He was embarrassed by it later

                #38
                Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

                Some San Francisco band had an answer to that song called Hippie from Olima, I can’t find it on youtube, tho. They used to play it on WHFS in the early ‘70s. I can’t remember the name of the band that did it, tho.

                It was the Youngbloods, "Hippie From Olema."




                And did you live in D.C. or Maryland? WHFS was a station I used to listen to in D.C.

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                  #39
                  Originally posted by bluzboy View Post



                  Bet me $5,000 and I'll gladly prove it to you, Tubbs.
                  Good luck.

                  Fat fuck doesnt have a dime to his name.

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                    #40
                    Originally posted by bluzboy View Post



                    Bet me $5,000 and I'll gladly prove it to you, Tubbs.
                    tell me a bit about the evidence you'd produce. Would it be photographic, like this pic of Eric Clapton meeting me for lunch last weekend?



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                      #41
                      Originally posted by HAMMER TOSS View Post

                      Good luck.

                      Fat fuck doesnt have a dime to his name.
                      Oh look, it's hammer time. Sleep well last night? Hay, how's your trigger happy neighbor doing?

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                        #42
                        Originally posted by slot snook seeker View Post


                        Jose Belindo
                        Jose Belindo5 years ago
                        the dead are sloppy and their guitars are out of tune Ray Mensing a builder from California that knows the dead said "when you go to a dead concert be prepared to party " he said "their guitars are always on because they have special speakers " I don't like the morons on drugs that follow the dead

                        ^

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                          #43
                          Originally posted by bluzboy View Post


                          It was the Youngbloods, "Hippie From Olema."




                          And did you live in D.C. or Maryland? WHFS was a station I used to listen to in D.C.
                          I was in Penn Daw, Virginia, my musical tastes were developed by WHFS from Bethesda, Maryland. I think Crusty used to listen to it, too. Penn Daw was close to Alexandria, Va.

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                            #44
                            Originally posted by AlamoJoe View Post

                            Probably a reason for that HBS.
                            Merle was a dope smokin', generally cool dude. I think his tongue was in his cheek, and his eye on a payday when he recorded that song anyway.

                            It's a solid song.
                            Yeah, Merle got turned on to weed by Willie Nelson, and smoked up until the day he died, lol.

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                              #45
                              Originally posted by Brave Ulysses View Post

                              tell me a bit about the evidence you'd produce. Would it be photographic, like this pic of Eric Clapton meeting me for lunch last weekend?



                              Buttsy has no evidence. And even in the 5% possibility he paid Chuck Berry to interview him for his sewing club's weekly newsletter or something, Buttsy isn't going to dox himself. He might as well bet you $500,000.

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