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Old 05-26-2005, 07:01 PM   #16
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I liked the song a lot but I'm a little iffy on the new look. (Though I must say it's the first time I've ever fought with my dad about Ryan Adams' beard. He liked it, I didn't.)
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I still haven't seen the performance...the pics people posted elsewhere were red x's.

Dad called me up and asked if I'd seen it yet, and he said that Ryan "looked doped up and was being eaten by his hair".
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Ryan and his damn hair. I wanted to see his face during the Letterman performance but all I saw was a mop of hair.

I liked the song that was played.
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I still haven't seen the performance...the pics people posted elsewhere were red x's.

Dad called me up and asked if I'd seen it yet, and he said that Ryan "looked doped up and was being eaten by his hair".
I ran into Ryan at a liquor store in toronto, and didn't even recognize him because of his moppy hair!
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After buying this a week ago, I finally started listening to it Thursday night and I haven't been able to stop. I think the songs are just gorgeous. I was only familiar with Ryan's work from buying 'Rock N Roll,' so I was worried I might not like his country side. But dang, I quite like it. So many good songs, but I'd say my favorites so far are Magnolia Mountain, Sweet Illusions, Let It Ride, and Mockingbird.

One interesting sidenote: While listening to Disc 1 in the car, I thought he was saying "Musical Soda" instead of "Beautiful Sorta."
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Oh, yeah, I don't think RNR is a proper representation of him for somebody looking to get a feel of Ryan. If you dig the country stuff, you should get Heartbreaker...or check out some Whiskeytown albums.

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One interesting sidenote: While listening to Disc 1 in the car, I thought he was saying "Musical Soda" instead of "Beautiful Sorta."
Me too!!!!!!! Someone else said that they sing it as "Eating Disorder".
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i saw Ryan Adams and the Cardinals on Saturday night in NJ and it was an incredible show. they played for over three hours. i am not into the whole Phish/Dead scene, but there were some very cool jams too - great guitar work. one of the best concerts i have seen this year. he was also extremely gracious and in a very good mood....i have heard horror stories about some of his breakdowns/bad behavior, but i didn't detact none of that...
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Oh, yeah, I don't think RNR is a proper representation of him for somebody looking to get a feel of Ryan. If you dig the country stuff, you should get Heartbreaker...or check out some Whiskeytown albums.
Duly noted. I will put them on my list of albums to check out.
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I'm gonna see him at the edmonton folk fest.
I know Heartbreaker (his best) and gold and cold roses well.

Are there are good songs I should familiarize myself with in between? His ejaculation of albums over the past two years have rarely appealed to me since it seems he emphasizes the ALT in alt-country, and he does SO much better the other way around
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