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Old 10-05-2018, 11:30 PM
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He’s released two albums of new material in the past year and change. More than any of the five combined. But, yeah, there’s only one “artist.”
I'm NOT talking about CROWDED HOUSE OR TOM PETTY'S sideman.

I'm talking about MEMBERS of FM.


SOOOOOOOOO, for FM to create new music, they have to bring in some karaoke singers? Got it.
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Old 10-06-2018, 12:20 AM
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I'm NOT talking about CROWDED HOUSE OR TOM PETTY'S sideman.

I'm talking about MEMBERS of FM.
Last I saw, those were exactly who you were talking about.

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SOOOOOOOOO, for FM to create new music, they have to bring in some karaoke singers? Got it.
So, the guy who’s released 14 albums and lives and dies by prerecorded backing tracks is pure, but the guy who has released at least 24 albums and the other who has released at least 15 albums are somehow playing a karaoke show??

You and I apparently have vastly different definitions of artistry and karaoke.
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Old 10-06-2018, 01:04 AM
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Last I saw, those were exactly who you were talking about.



So, the guy who’s released 14 albums and lives and dies by prerecorded backing tracks is pure, but the guy who has released at least 24 albums and the other who has released at least 15 albums are somehow playing a karaoke show??

You and I apparently have vastly different definitions of artistry and karaoke.
Well, apparently you're the authority. This, that, the other.
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Well, apparently you're the authority. This, that, the other.
C’mon. You saw Lindsey on Kimmel and cringed at the prerecorded tracks, just as we all did for the LBCM TV appearances. Own it like you used to.
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Now that I'm sober, I still love it. Still producing new music and that's a good thing, and onne of the main reasons for the split I assume. He wanted to be FRESH, and the cash grab tambourine witch and gumby fl$$twood...not so much.
that's offensive to GUMBY!!!!!!!

also ... that looks like you wrote "fistwood"
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C’mon. You saw Lindsey on Kimmel and cringed at the prerecorded tracks, just as we all did for the LBCM TV appearances. Own it like you used to.
I thought it was cool. Very difficult chord changes being made while playing Sould Drifter and backing tracks don’t bother me. Hell Petty used them for years. Just adds some pre-production elements to a live show. Nothing wrong with it.

Then Lindsey goes out and plays solo at a Bluegrass festival with no help from anyone or anything Isn’t there room for both approaches? The guy is almost 70!
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I thought it was cool. Very difficult chord changes being made while playing Sould Drifter and backing tracks don’t bother me. Hell Petty used them for years. Just adds some pre-production elements to a live show. Nothing wrong with it.

Then Lindsey goes out and plays solo at a Bluegrass festival with no help from anyone or anything Isn’t there room for both approaches? The guy is almost 70!


Yes, I have no problem with the pre recorded tracks as long as it’s not too overwhelming. I love when he adds his own background voices to his song in the studio and live!
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