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View Poll Results: Does John Peel deserve to make the Hall of Fame?
Yes 11 91.67%
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Old 04-13-2010, 03:20 PM   #2481 (permalink)
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I clicked the the wrong option


Can it be changed? I don't mind if you delete it...
All of this crazy discussion based on error
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I apologise sincerly...
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Old 04-13-2010, 03:54 PM   #2483 (permalink)
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Old 04-13-2010, 10:29 PM   #2484 (permalink)
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Once you've voted say who you voted for and why. Please try to avoid one word answers. Especially if you're voting negatively, as of course we want to see both sides of the story. This is aiming to create discussion after all!
It's right there folks...in the OP. Yes, try to avoid one word answers. No, it doesn't have to be a 500 word essay. A sentence or two will suffice, as long as it isn't "So-and-so sucks, so I vote no." At least tell us why they suck, in your opinion.


Oh...and thanks for clearing things up mrguy.
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Yes, because you really can't deny his influence on modern guitar playing plus he kinda paved the way for me to get into blues.
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Old 04-14-2010, 10:34 AM   #2486 (permalink)
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UNANOMOUS!!!

That didn't even happen with The Beatles, my god...
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Hendrix is the reason I picked up a guitar.

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Old 04-14-2010, 11:28 AM   #2488 (permalink)
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Well, duh.

I can understand peoples opinions when they say Hendrix is overrated but i'll never agree wth it. Very probably my favourite guitarist and I feel he deserves his spot as such.
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Old 04-14-2010, 12:06 PM   #2489 (permalink)
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Nominated by Akira

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Chances are that if you’ve seen a film set in Vietnam, you’ve already heard Creedence Clearwater Revival. However, there’s more to CCR than ‘Fortunate Son’. As a band, CCR enjoyed their success between the late 60s and the early 70s before disbanding around 1972, they had a string of hits and their success mainly came from their singles rather than their albums. That said, Creedence still had two or three great albums, thei most famous being Cosmo’s Factory. Argueably one of the most important American bands, Creedence Clearwater Revival was lead by John Fogerty. Fogerty’s distinct, gutteral vocals added an extra dimension to the songs he wrote, which often highlighted the way people were feeling on social issues. Despite coming from San Francisco, they popularized the sound of Southern Music, which other bands were able to take advantage of in the 70s. But at the heart of it, their music was good old rock and roll, peppered with funky basslines, simple yet effective licks and it all seemed to flow effortlessly. They released seven albums in four years that they were active and embedded themselves into American music history, becoming one of the most played artists on American radio as well as seeping into popular culture including film, television and books.




Albums of note: Cosmo's Factory (1970) Willy and the Poor Boys (1969) Green River (1969) Bayou Country (1969)
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