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I'd much rather find an equally good cheaper bottle and enjoy the pleasure of discovering something new.Location: Finland Subject: Consume society beats Handsome Lake Hahhaa..world is really ungrateful... Subject: Wine David's post reminded me of our favourite early 70s tipple, known as "Carafino".
A 14-time Grammy winner and Billboard Century Award recipient, Emmylou Harris' contribution as a singer and songwriter spans 40 years.
She has recorded more than 25 albums and has lent her talents to countless fellow artists' recordings.
Any opinions on 1) A bluegrass/country group "Pinmonkey", 2) David Baerwald's "Here Comes The New Folk Underground", 3) Mark Knopfler's "Rag Picker's Dream", 4) Kottke/Gordon's "Clone", 5) Sam Phillip's "Fan Dance", or either of Robert Earl Keen's last two disks, "Walking Distance" and "Gravitational Forces". (Oh, and note that BMG is now carrying a lot of Lost Highway titles.) Location: In the Georgia pines Web: My link Subject: Bottle of Wine JQ: From my younger days, I remember some other California wines that sold for under $2 -- Thunderbird, Boone's Farm & Ripple.
The problem was that they were so terrible you could have called them "two buck upchuck" (:-) Glad the inexpensive wines have changed with the times.
That reminds me that Danko/Andersen/Fjeld did a fine cover of the Tom Paxton folk classic, "Bottle of Wine", on the "Ridin' on the Blinds" album.