"Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams

"Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams

am 11.07.2006 16:12:55 von Will Dockery

into folk music in the early 60's, followed by the British
Invasion of the Beatles, Stones and others. Over the years I have
listened to classic artists such as Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, early
bluesmen (Mississippi John Hurt, Rev. Gary Davis, etc.), Johnny Cash
and Paul Simon, among many, many others. Today's artists include Fred
Eaglesmith, Lucinda Williams, The Malvinas, Emmylou Harris, Dar
Williams, Blue Rodeo, Slaid Cleaves and John Prine, plus others. I tend
to do more acoustic, "new folk" kind of stuff. But I think you can
listen to, and appreciate, many different forms of music. I remember
playing a harmonica at about age 5, but I really didn't start serious
playing on the guitar until the mid 60's. I played a lot from 15 until
my early 20's, when marriage and college took all my time. I played
infrequently until about 5 years ago when I got involved with a church
band. Since then, I have learned mandolin, started writing and singing.
Music is a big part of my life now."

--
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"I realise that the concept of their (sic) being stuff other than
unspeakable shit which actually SELLS must be strange to you..."
-Rob "Mush-Mouth" Evans slaps himself again:
Throughout an international music career that spans almost 30 years,
veteran folk singer and Wind River recording artist Rod MacDonald has
performed at many of the world's finest clubs, coffeehouses, and major
festivals. As distinctive an entertainer as he is a songwriter, Rod's
engaging delivery, multi-textured voice, timeless ballads and modern
folk songs continue to place him among the elite of sin

Re: "Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams

am 12.07.2006 18:46:38 von Will Dockery

www.myspace.com/dlwilliams" target="_blank">http://www.myspace.com/dlwilliams
>
> BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!
>
> He's sucks almost as bad as you do, Will.

Jealous much, troll?

--
"Last Dream Today" by Will Dockery


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Post removed (X-No-Archive: yes)Chuck Lysaght wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Jul 2006 12:46:38 -0400, Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >> > Subject: "Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams Date: Tue,
> >> > 11 Jul 2006 17:56:27 -0400
> >> >
> >> > Check out my friend and fellow Shadowvillian Don W. Williams' song
> >> > &qu

Re: "Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams

am 12.07.2006 19:41:54 von unknown

ot;Coal Mining Town":

Re: "Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams

am 12.07.2006 20:31:19 von Will Dockery

> >> >
> >> >
> >>
> >> BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!
> >>
> >> He's sucks almost as bad as you do, Will.
> >
> > Jealous much, troll?
>
> Jealous of what?

The fact that you can't seem to produce /anything/, pal.

--
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10 years of Mush-Mouth's whining lies, the archive:

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Meat Plow wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Jul 2006 11:28:26 -0700, Will Dockery wrote:
>
> > Chuck Lysaght wrote:
> >> >> > Subject: "Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams Date:
> >> >> > Tue, 11 Jul 2006 17:56:27 -0400
> >> >> >
> >> >> > Check out my friend and fellow Shadowvillian Don W. Williams' song

Re: "Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams

am 12.07.2006 21:57:57 von Will Dockery


> >> >> > "Coal Mining Town":
> >> >> >
> >> >> >
> >> >>
> >> >> BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!
> >> >>
> >> >> He's sucks almost as bad as you do, Will.
> >> >
> >> > Jealous much, troll?
>
> > The fact that you can't seem to produce /anything/, pal.
>
> The fact was explained to you many times snippo-boi. There can never be
> any parity between a laughingstock no talent, shameless narcissistic hack
> like you and someone like me who cares about how my products sound.

What "product", Meat?

You haven't once had the courage to post an Mp3 of your music here, never
mind that you already admitted you've never even written a song.

--
"Last Dream Today" by Will Dockery


Ozone Stigmata the video:


10 years of Mush-Mouth's whining lies, the archive:

Rob "Mush-Mouth" Evans performs with a mouthful of oatmeal & a whistle-lisp:
Meat Plow wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Jul 2006 15:57:57 -0400, Will Dockery wrote:
>
> >> > Chuck Lysaght wrote:
> >> >> >> > Subject: "Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams Date: Tue, 11
> >> >> >> > Jul 2006 17:56:27 -0400
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > Check out my friend a

Re: "Coal Mining Town" by Don W Williams

am 12.07.2006 23:46:52 von Will Dockery

nd fellow Shadowvillian Don W. Williams'
> >> >> >> > song "Coal Mining Town":
> >> >> >> >
> >> >> >> >
> >
> > What "product", Meat?
>
> The product of a band filled with talented members, something you'll never
> have. A "product" of dedication and hard work and not a slobbering mass of
> untuned, out of time garbled bullshit that exists in everything you
> produce.

Yet two years later and still you have no Mp3 to back up these
claims... although Karla lied once and claimed to have heard it... heh.

> > You haven't once had the courage to post an Mp3 of your music here,
>
> It's not a question of courage of which you know nothing about other than
> your courage being poured out of a bottle of whiskey. I won't stoop to
> your level and compare anything of mine

Because you have nothing... we know.

> to the laughable bullshit you
> dribble out in a highly intoxicated state, Will.
>
> > never mind that you already admitted you've never even written a song.
>
> What would you know about writing a song? You've never written anything
> anyone besides yourself could call a song.

While you've never written /any/ song, by your own admission, that you
or anyone else can call /anything/, Meat.

Got something? Post it.

--
"Hasty Pudding" by Will Dockery


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10 years of Mush-Mouth's whining lies, the archive:

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[..] When Young recently stated that he made the album "Living
> With War" because no younger artists were picking up the
> countercultural torch, he unfortunately associated his efforts with a
> generational attitude that drives Generations X and Y crazy. "It's a
> clich=E9d Rolling Stone boomer-idea, that pop culture managed to stop a
> war, that musicians once had po