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Thread: New DA
Chesterdox

Replies: 197
Views: 87,298
11-07-2010 21:00 Forum: General Discussion


Friggin' awesome, another double album!! Definitely looking forward to this.


...pretty sure I heard Terry say this was gonna be a double album. Big Grin
Thread: What's next?
Chesterdox

Replies: 46
Views: 42,511
01-06-2009 15:41 Forum: Upcoming Releases


My guess is a Route 66 DVD complete with old farts a-farting and blaming it on derri air.
Thread: What's next?
Chesterdox

Replies: 46
Views: 42,511
01-05-2009 15:51 Forum: Upcoming Releases


A new DA project before any other re-issues. (<--- period)

Red Face
Thread: Never Liked Ed
Chesterdox

Replies: 5
Views: 3,460
Never Liked Ed 12-15-2008 13:43 Forum: General Discussion


Mostly because he's really Darrel Hammond!

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Thread: Top 5 Mr. Buechner's Dream Songs
Chesterdox

Replies: 26
Views: 17,214
12-15-2008 11:09 Forum: General Discussion


Never liked Terry.
Thread: Daniel Amos - Darn Floor Big Bite 20th Anniversary
Chesterdox

Replies: 653
Views: 428,811
12-15-2008 10:27 Forum: Upcoming Releases


Got mine Friday & have been driving my family nuts listening to it in the house, in the car, in my head.... Tongue

Effing great album. Honestly. I have it on lp but my record player glows with warmth, and I have it on cassette which is even worse quality. Hearing the remastered cd on my bose car stereo - cranked! - is just incredible.

...and a bump to Bryang, I can't agree more:

quote:
Thank you to all involved with Darn Floor, Big Bite, the first time and for those bringing it back into our consciousness a second time. In a time when much "Christian contemporary music" sucked (and now, it's even worse, in my estimation), I was-- and am thankful-- for Daniel Amos being there for those of who were-- and are-- not content with the hackneyed expressions of faith that is heard so often in "CCM."
Thread: Top 5 Mr. Buechner's Dream Songs
Chesterdox

Replies: 26
Views: 17,214
12-15-2008 10:16 Forum: General Discussion


Child on a Leash
And So it Goes
Who's Who Here?
Pregnant Pause
Small Great Things



...for me, Child on a Leash may be TT's best song ever.
Thread: Daniel Amos - Darn Floor Big Bite 20th Anniversary
Chesterdox

Replies: 653
Views: 428,811
12-09-2008 09:48 Forum: Upcoming Releases


quote:
Originally posted by sondance
quote:
Originally posted by Chesterdox
Imagine if all you had to look forward to was the latest Third Day release and a remastered reissue of Sandy Patti or Leon Patillo!! I think I just threw up a little.


would you say it was a patti or a patillo?

sorry bad habit - when the pets barf there is some primordial interest to see what came up... please continue


I'd say a patti, but it was chunky and it tasted like this:




...which reminds me of the worst album cover ever:


At least Boz had some good tunes!
Thread: Favorite DFBB song?
Chesterdox

Replies: 26
Views: 21,047
12-08-2008 14:46 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
My favorite is probably Strange Animals.


Ditto.
Thread: Daniel Amos - Darn Floor Big Bite 20th Anniversary
Chesterdox

Replies: 653
Views: 428,811
12-08-2008 09:47 Forum: Upcoming Releases


I'm still waiting for mine (it has only been a couple-ish weeks since I ordered), and I can't wait to hear it. You guys are killing me with your reviews!

I just think we're so lucky to have bands like the 7's, DA & the Choir still making music for us. I mean really, Holy Ghost Building, Midget & a DFBB remastered reissue in the span of one year? Imagine if all you had to look forward to was the latest Third Day release and a remastered reissue of Sandy Patti or Leon Patillo!! I think I just threw up a little.
Thread: Daniel Amos - Darn Floor Big Bite 20th Anniversary
Chesterdox

Replies: 653
Views: 428,811
12-02-2008 15:40 Forum: Upcoming Releases


I can't wait to get mine! Hearing about the new mastering sure sounds great. Maybe it'll be in the mail today...? Pleased

...why didn't I order two? Idiot!!
Thread: Mike Roe - "Harvest Loon" tour 2008
Chesterdox

Replies: 18
Views: 9,756
10-29-2008 08:57 Forum: General Discussion


nada! Roe opening for Over the Rhine!? That would be a great show, but the order should be reversed. Red Face
Thread: The Lost Dogs on Route 66
Chesterdox

Replies: 230
Views: 119,123
10-06-2008 15:08 Forum: General Discussion


freakin' awesome.
Thread: Horrendous on sale
Chesterdox

Replies: 28
Views: 10,045
08-06-2008 10:44 Forum: General Discussion


Now you're talkin' 'bout the Holy Vinyl! Tongue
Thread: best Lost Dogs album???
Chesterdox

Replies: 94
Views: 41,139
08-02-2008 11:08 Forum: General Discussion


I never thought of Avacado as a Dogs project... but thinking about it, I think you're right.
Thread: best Lost Dogs album???
Chesterdox

Replies: 94
Views: 41,139
08-02-2008 08:08 Forum: General Discussion


LRRH--it's just so expansive. It's like a variety show-du-force. The jamming songs really jam, and the deep, thought-provoking stuff doesn't feel like a put-on. And I especially like how everybody contributed on this one... well, I forget... did Derri contribute anything but his pretty voice? Tongue
Thread: Most recent DA-related spins & sides
Chesterdox

Replies: 21
Views: 8,581
08-02-2008 08:04 Forum: General Discussion


...can I get an amen!
Thread: What was the first...
Chesterdox

Replies: 27
Views: 11,318
08-01-2008 12:39 Forum: General Discussion


It totally worked for me.

It's kind of funny, I didn't become a Christian until I was 19 (1988 ), so I missed much of this great music as it was happening. And when I started listening to Christian music I started with Keith Green, and then 6-degrees from there: 2nd Chapter>Phil Keaggy>Randy Stonehill>Mark Heard>the Choir>the Lost Dogs... the 77's & Adam Again (not my favorite) were a parallel path at this point (circa Sticks & Stones/88 ). And I spent a lot of time getting all of the backlog of great music from these bands.

Funnily enough, I just assumed that in the Dogs, Mike Roe was thee talent--the pinnacle, with a great co-member of Derri in there as a huge bonus... It just didn't occur to me that there could be in one band another guy who was as friggin' awesome as Mike Roe. It never crossed my mind that this Terry Taylor was anything special!! Not until I was kind of bemoaning the fact that there weren't any other amazing bands like the 7's or the choir did I stumble on Daniel Amos with Our Personal World Favorite Hits, and finally made the connection. It was like God said, "Fool, look what's over here. You been missin' out!" Tongue
Thread: What was the first...
Chesterdox

Replies: 27
Views: 11,318
08-01-2008 11:41 Forum: General Discussion


I had been a 77's/Choir/Lost dogs fan about five years before I really made the connection to DA, so my first real experience with DA was Our Personal World Favorite Hits (during the time the Alarma box set came out). And all the songs blew me away. I remember thinking Holy Crap, Mall is incredible... Holy Crap, If You Want To rocks... Holy Crap, Darn Floor...!
Thread: Most recent DA-related spins & sides
Chesterdox

Replies: 21
Views: 8,581
08-01-2008 07:24 Forum: General Discussion


I can't wait for the remastered re-re-release!
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