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OT: "know when to fold 'em"

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rip Kenny Rogers

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Somewhere in the darkness, the Gambler he broke even

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RIP Kenny

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He paid Glen Campbell to play the guitar solo in "Just Dropped In" and got Mike Post (the guy who wrote the The Rockford Files and Hill Street Blues theme music) to produce it.  Kenny Rogers knew his stuff.

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I thought this was going to be an article about Joe Douglas giving up on signing any more offensive tackles. 

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26 minutes ago, pdxgreen said:

He paid Glen Campbell to play the guitar solo in "Just Dropped In" and got Mike Post (the guy who wrote the The Rockford Files and Hill Street Blues theme music) to produce it.  Kenny Rogers knew his stuff.

took me a sec, but i can remember how that went. cool hook

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Funny how the guy had sooooo many hits and a hall of fame career and all can think of was the chicken with his name on it. Good stuff. 

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13 minutes ago, The Crimson King said:

Funny how the guy had sooooo many hits and a hall of fame career and all can think of was the chicken with his name on it. Good stuff. 

Chicken was great, so was the “fixings bar” for the burgers.

My favorite fast food place, chicken or burger was never an easy decision.

btw Kenny’s Crazy was my wedding song. His career was a lot better, and lasted a lot longer than my marriage.

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2 hours ago, The Crimson King said:

Funny how the guy had sooooo many hits and a hall of fame career and all can think of was the chicken with his name on it. Good stuff. 

 

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I like artists that last and can change their styles as time goes on.  Some people call this selling out but I call it adaptability. 

From kinda psychedelic stuff to folk to country.

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