The Train's Lounge Car

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  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    kce8 said:
    It must be Christmas already!!!

    I just came home and read the news about John. What wonderful long-awaited news! I'm so excited!


    WOW!! THAT WAS A GOOD ONE!!
    I think I'll have another!! B)

  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    Good one hendo!!

    Here is the JC version
    Think I'll have another ;)
  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited December 2019
    kce8 said:
    He just deserves another one! We do too ;)



    I just love it..
    More awsomness I'll have to have another.
    We should start our own music app or station called
    INTOXICATING MUSIC. A mix of all the absolute best.  No processed Bubblegum bulshit.
    You can get a buz or high off this music befour ever having a sip or a puff. 
    PUT A WARNING LABEL ON IT...100 proof, or something.
    Food for thought.
    T-shirts sweatshirts hats
    INTOXICATING MUSIC
    Intoxicating music debuts with a track, see if we can keep this going, new game in the lounge car this is Shooter Jennings Don't Feed The Animals
    This is your official Intoxicating Music Station, let'er rip!! ( our slogan is (let it rip)

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  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited December 2019
    RYME said:
    kce8 said:
    He just deserves another one! We do too ;)



    I just love it..
    More awsomness I'll have to have another.
    We should start our own music app or station called
    INTOXICATING MUSIC. A mix of all the absolute best.  No processed Bubblegum bulshit.
    You can get a buz or high off this music befour ever having a sip or a puff. 
    PUT A WARNING LABEL ON IT...100 proof, or something.
    Food for thought.
    T-shirts sweatshirts hats
    INTOXICATING MUSIC
    Intoxicating music debuts with a track, see if we can keep this going, new game in the lounge car this is Shooter Jennings Don't Feed The Animals
    This is your official Intoxicating Music Station, let'er rip!! ( our slogan is (let it rip)

    I really wanted this to be the second song ever on Intoxicating Radio, but I can't find it anywhere on video.  So y'all will have to check it out for yourselves somewhere.  Neighbor & Friend to the greatest guitarist in the world Mike McCready, please welcome Brandi Carlile w/ Shooter Jennings, you better bring your luck dragon
    Check out The Neverending Story (feat. Brandi Carlile) by Shooter Jennings on Amazon Music
    Find and listen however you can, I don't think many people know about that song she did.
    & Off the Same album, rounding off our first set with insanity here is Shooter Jennings and Marilyn Manson w/  a tune called,
    Cat People, now on with the countdown on your intoxication station I'm Casey Kasem


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  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited December 2019

    Wake up good morning this is your intoxication station

    Filling in this morning Last Light radio host stage name WillO'thewisp, actual name ( Stephen King)

    Up Next Triskaidekaphobia on your intoxication station

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  • kce8kce8 Posts: 1,548
    Haha - let it rip!, RYME!

     So many songs to listen too wow. 
    If the day just would got a few more ours… lol

    So that's my contribution today:


    ...and my desired song for tonight… 


    Cheers... and let the songs flow...


    @ Brian: I hope it's ok that I always abuse the Trains lounge with all the videos… :smiley:   :naughty:
  • Jason PJason P Posts: 18,496
    edited December 2019
    The year was 1983 ....


  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited December 2019
    That was our look back at 1983 Huey Lewis and the News, cheers Jason P!  Moving up to 2019 the future of good music is in good hands with guys like this 28 year old Tyler Childers, jam band Style at the House of Blues in Boston, so grab a cold one, start tapping your toes & enjoy!!

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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 20,540
    Feeling near as faded as my jeans...

  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited December 2019
    hedonist said:
    Feeling near as faded as my jeans...

    Kris Kristofferson, one of the best songwriters of our time. ;)
    Yeah Me and Bobby McGee was originally a country song.  Thanks Hendo!!

    It goes really good with a shot of bourbon, trying to stay in the lounge cars guidelines must include booze. B)
    "If it sounds country that's what it is it's a country song"

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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 20,540
    Well, I'm booze-free now, but partaking in some kind bud, as Jeff Spicoli might say.

    My introduction to Kris was via A Star is Born in the 70s; had no idea of his musical chops until I got into The Highwaymen.  Then wow!  Those men together kicked some mighty fine ass.
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    Shall we dance?





    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
    -Aldous Huxley
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.









  • Jason PJason P Posts: 18,496


    A little goofy song remade in a goofy movie to make a smile for your Sunday morning :D
  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 20,540
    Ha!  And for a Sunday afternoon, nothing like the fella with huge choppers and golden voice ;)

  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited December 2019
    brianlux said:
    Shall we dance?





    I'll be your Huckleberry Brianlux :)
    If I'm ever in your neck of the woods, I will gladly patronize your bookstore.  (Where I expect there to be an old bell that jings upon entry, squeaky wooden floors, and and a creepy guy sitting in the back of the store smoking a pipe. =)

    You have got to know, I wasn't talking about you brianlux, "ouch", please.....
    This is another Masterpiece by Kris Kristofferson.  Something that has always been in the back of my mind about Sundays, but never brought out the way this song brilliantly details

    Cheers Brian and hendo!!

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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    RYME said:
    brianlux said:
    Shall we dance?





    I'll be your Huckleberry Brianlux :)
    If I'm ever in your neck of the woods, I will gladly patronize your bookstore.  (Where I expect there to be an old bell that jings upon entry, squeaky wooden floors, and and a creepy guy sitting in the back of the store smoking a pipe. =)

    You have got to know, I wasn't talking about you brianlux, "ouch", please.....
    This is another Masterpiece by Kris Kristofferson.  Something that has always been in the back of my mind about Sundays, but never brought out the way this song brilliantly details

    Cheers Brian and hendo!!

    LOL, RYME! 

    Let's set the record straight:

    "old bell that jings upon entry":  No need for a bell that rings when the door opens because the door squeaks.  I asked C. one time, "Shouldn't we oil that door hing?"  She said, "Oh no!  That's squeak has been letting us know for years and years when someone's coming in!"

    "squeaky wooden floors": The store is located in an old building on Main St. the used to house The Blue Bell Cafe.  About 15 years ago the foundation had to be shored up to prevent damage and make the building safe.  The two guys who did the work made it solid as a rock- one of the reasons my feet hurt big-time at the end of the day.  Nope, no squeaks in that floor.  Placerville Hardware down the street, however, is the oldest hardware store west of the Mississippi River and has plenty of floor squeaks!

    "a creepy guy sitting in the back of the store smoking a pipe": Haha!  Actually, most of the employees are ladies- the two owners, my wife and her business partner, and a handful of other women plus the two guys, me and D.  Neither of us are what I would call "creepy" although one is old enough to be the father (but isn't) of the other.  You get to guess which is which. As for smoking pipes- we're all non-smokers... except maybe at home if you know what I mean.

    If you ever get out this way, do stop in- it's quite the labyrinth with a great selection of books- probably somewhere around 250,000 titles and new stuff almost every day.


    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
    -Aldous Huxley
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.









  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    brianlux said:
    RYME said:
    brianlux said:
    Shall we dance?





    I'll be your Huckleberry Brianlux :)
    If I'm ever in your neck of the woods, I will gladly patronize your bookstore.  (Where I expect there to be an old bell that jings upon entry, squeaky wooden floors, and and a creepy guy sitting in the back of the store smoking a pipe. =)

    You have got to know, I wasn't talking about you brianlux, "ouch", please.....
    This is another Masterpiece by Kris Kristofferson.  Something that has always been in the back of my mind about Sundays, but never brought out the way this song brilliantly details

    Cheers Brian and hendo!!

    LOL, RYME! 

    Let's set the record straight:

    "old bell that jings upon entry":  No need for a bell that rings when the door opens because the door squeaks.  I asked C. one time, "Shouldn't we oil that door hing?"  She said, "Oh no!  That's squeak has been letting us know for years and years when someone's coming in!"

    "squeaky wooden floors": The store is located in an old building on Main St. the used to house The Blue Bell Cafe.  About 15 years ago the foundation had to be shored up to prevent damage and make the building safe.  The two guys who did the work made it solid as a rock- one of the reasons my feet hurt big-time at the end of the day.  Nope, no squeaks in that floor.  Placerville Hardware down the street, however, is the oldest hardware store west of the Mississippi River and has plenty of floor squeaks!

    "a creepy guy sitting in the back of the store smoking a pipe": Haha!  Actually, most of the employees are ladies- the two owners, my wife and her business partner, and a handful of other women plus the two guys, me and D.  Neither of us are what I would call "creepy" although one is old enough to be the father (but isn't) of the other.  You get to guess which is which. As for smoking pipes- we're all non-smokers... except maybe at home if you know what I mean.

    If you ever get out this way, do stop in- it's quite the labyrinth with a great selection of books- probably somewhere around 250,000 titles and new stuff almost every day.


    That's awsome brianlux.
    You know without sight all I had was my imagination.
    The old squeaky door will suffice.
     In that other thread, where you said  "ouch that hurt", I was actually referring to the people who don't care to talk much about Pearl Jam or music at all,  they just post after post after post enjoy provoking. You know what I mean.  And that definitely is not you. You are great person brian, I can tell from all your posts and threads.

  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 20,540
    The Ox and the Spider.

    Probably the best bassist ever.

  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited December 2019

     The Highwayman 2 album has got a lot of good songs on it that have been overlooked for years and years.

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  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited December 2019

    This guy never had to dive off the stage to get attention, or have lasers and flying pigs smash drums and guitars I love them all but you know what this guy, he just wrote songs like nobody's business and did his thing.  If you're really good you don't need gimmicks.
     For The Good Times
    Hendo, kce8, and brianlux
    Cheers!
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  • Hi!Hi! Posts: 1,717
    Man, I’ve been listening and thinking about Tupac a lot lately. I don’t really get into some of the language and tough guy talk any more, but some songs are just straight poetry, yo! 
    https://youtu.be/u_ib5x2Gyd0
  • Hi!Hi! Posts: 1,717
    Same song title, different artist, so as to maintain the country music theme of the thread.
    https://youtu.be/5-2WvJdAN4I
  • kce8kce8 Posts: 1,548
    Cheers to all!

    Have a good time tonight - I'm just getting ready for party. 
    Bob's singing now… and I'm dancing through the rooms… lol
    https://community.pearljam.com/discussion/181075/the-trains-lounge-car/p208

    Have a great new year all! :)
  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited January 1
    The best PJ show I've ever been to.
    I'm watching this in it's entirety today.  A little New Year's treat for myself.
    They camouflaged this really well this time, because the first five songs was like a normal show, they brought out Rick Nielsen from Cheap Trick and played Bubba O'Reilly,, and then I don't think it was until like the 4th, or 5th song off of Yield in a row, befour it sank in for many of us what was going on.  All of a sudden, the guy next to me, (a 10 clubber from Chicago) we looked at each other and we said they are doing it. =) You know,  holy s*** Woohoo!!
    Aaron Rodgers and his offensive line were in attendance,( Because Aaron Rodgers is a huge Pearl Jam fan), we sang Happy Birthday to Tom Petty mid show, and Won't Back Down,  They played, Fucking up late in the show, it was just one of those rare moments start to finish.
    The Yield Show my friends, Milwaukee!!

    Feel free to join me!!
    Happy New Year, & Cheers Y'all!!
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  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,675
    edited January 4
    This guy Tyler Childers can do no wrong.  He's got his own slate of original material which is great and then he can cover, Pink Floyd and or Willie Nelson.
    Tyler Childers covers Pink Floyd Time


    And Covering Kris Kristofferson's Help Me Make It Through the Night and Willie Nelson's Time of the Preacher.

    He had a 3-night New Year's run at the Appalachian Wireless Arena in Pikeville Kentucky. 2020!
    There was a photo of him with a broom in his hand, helping to clean up the venue after the event look at this.
    https://www.whiskeyriff.com/2020/01/02/tyler-childers-helped-the-cleaning-crew-sweep-up-after-his-sold-out-new-years-eve-show-at-appalachian-wireless-arena/
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  • Jason PJason P Posts: 18,496
    these were the two baddest mothertruckers that could be possibly envisioned in 1989 ... 


  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 20,540
    This was a bad but gentle motherfucker.

  • JonnyPistachioJonnyPistachio FloridaPosts: 10,191
    HI guys, its been awhile... New PJ album and Ive come out from under my rock. Happy Saturday!


    Pick up my debut novel here on amazon: Jonny Bails Floatin (in paperback) (also available on Kindle for $2.99)
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    HI guys, its been awhile... New PJ album and Ive come out from under my rock. Happy Saturday!



    You're back!  :hug:
    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
    -Aldous Huxley
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.









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