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Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: A Taste of Meade ()
Date: January 11, 2014 07:42PM

This appears to be a legitimate review of Meade's work written by a Tumblr Fan

http://thatreadjusterspirit.tumblr.com/post/5456784096/meade-skelton-is-good-country



So a while back, I wrote a little about why I think Johnny Cash doesn’t fall as squarely into that constantly-evoked realm of “good country” as folks like to pretend. So, what is good country? Two words: Meade Skelton.

I’d like to start by explicating what I don’t like about Meade. Meade has a lousy sense of politics and history. He bought into the moonlight and magnolias image of Gone with the Wind while all decent people were hoping that the enslaved folks on the O’Hara plantation would pull a Nat Turner by the novel’s end. As a Virginian, Meade’s politics seriously do bother me and yet, as a Virginian, there is a great appeal to the rest of his act that almost redeems him.

Meade Skelton’s music is a retreat from outlaw country’s transpatial swagger and stereotyped posturing. Meade presents country identity has being both suburban (“My Loudoun County Home”) and urban (any of his marvelous songs about Richmond), and imbues the locales in the songs with qualities external to his control. I think that’s what’s so fascinating about agency in non-outlaw singers’ music— while masculinity is typically conflated with agency and power, non-outlaw country shows a meeker masculinity where the narrator is more likely to be acted upon than to independently act. Indeed, one can’t even imagine the words, “I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die”; instead Skelton is busy at work documenting the day-to-day interactions between the individual and his/her surroundings, from the seemingly ancient elements of RVA to the aisles of Meade’s beloved now-defunct grocery chain, Ukrop’s.

Furthermore, Meade is careful not to overuse twang and honky-tonk elements in his music. His singing voice and piano skills evoke the countrypolitan sound far more than Hank, Jr.-style cowboy kitsch. Even alt-country (hell, especially alt-country) hinges on an anemic view of what does and does not fit into the ambit of country music. Meade has reached deep into the genre’s history and has found a smooth, quirky sound which attempts to dilate the narrowing boundaries of country. His reimagining of country allows him to trade in the themes of love, loss, and liquor for location and social awkwardness.

Meade isn’t the second-coming of Faron Young, nor is he a competent scholar of Southern history, but he is a Virginia original who is unafraid to buck the trends of modern country, and I respect him for that. Not to mention that “Alcohol is Poison” is the best drinking song I’ve yet found.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: January 11, 2014 07:54PM

Do you search for new Meade Skelton results daily?

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: 1inabillion ()
Date: January 11, 2014 08:25PM

So 1 person in the world doesn't find Meade or his music trite, mediocre, and frivilous. Good for them. Most people think he sucks, and there's no way around that.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: nigga please ()
Date: January 11, 2014 08:40PM

Meade wrote that review.

He has Zero credibility.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Checkitoot ()
Date: January 11, 2014 08:44PM

nigga please Wrote:
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> Meade wrote that review.
>
> He has Zero credibility.


I dont think he wrote it. Visit the blog and its too intelligent to be Meade.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: 2 1/2 years ()
Date: January 11, 2014 09:48PM

The best Meade can do is come up from something over 2 1/2 years old?

This is hardly a 'rave' review.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: A Taste Of Meade ()
Date: January 11, 2014 10:27PM

2 1/2 years Wrote:
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> The best Meade can do is come up from something
> over 2 1/2 years old?
>
> This is hardly a 'rave' review.


It seems genuine, and proves that someone outside of Meade's immediate family thinks his music is relevant.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: DrHenryKillinger ()
Date: January 11, 2014 10:32PM

A Taste Of Meade Wrote:
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> It seems genuine, and proves that someone outside
> of Meade's immediate family thinks his music is
> relevant.

I don't think they meant relevant, more like not entirely shit.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: 2 1/2 years ()
Date: January 11, 2014 10:35PM

DrHenryKillinger Wrote:
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> A Taste Of Meade Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > It seems genuine, and proves that someone
> outside
> > of Meade's immediate family thinks his music is
> > relevant.
>
> I don't think they meant relevant, more like not
> entirely shit.

The guy hated Meade's politics 2 1/2 years ago.
I wonder what he thinks now after "chicken at Krogers'.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: dancing queen ()
Date: January 12, 2014 12:13PM

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: meade is unappreciated ()
Date: January 12, 2014 05:48PM

It's the old story; local sites, history, talent is never appreciated by locals. I wonder how many native new Yorkers have ever visited the Statue of Liberty or Radio Music Hall. It is the tourist and out-of-towners who spend and patronize those sites. Meade's situation is the same; it is the non-locals who buy his disks on amazon.com and attend his gigs.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: part right ()
Date: January 12, 2014 06:12PM

Meade is untalented

And has average looks.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: FUNdamental ()
Date: January 12, 2014 07:02PM

So I am to take seriously some guy who doesn't think Johnny Cash is good country, but Meade Skelton is good country?

I am reminded at Grandpa Jones funeral, Randy Travis said country stars of today couldn't hold a candle to Grandpa Jones. Randy was right; country music had a passion to it, and/or invoked a clear narrative in its ballads. Mid-20th century country music spoke of simple life choices and consequences, it spoke of hard work and hard times. Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynne, Hank Williams, Grandpa Jones, and George Jones were all clear story tellers with their music, much like the minstrels of centuries past. Unlike many of the great country songs, the Meade repartee of Fat No More, Hipsters Ruin Everything, and Sweet Tea do not tell a compelling story; they reek of self-importance and a disdain for the world outside of his myopic world view. That is not good country music. If I wanted happy or fantasy talk with simplistic lectures in verse and music, I would turn to the Wiggles, not Meade.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/12/2014 07:03PM by FUNdamental.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: JohnnyCrack ()
Date: January 12, 2014 07:43PM

FUNdamental Wrote:
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> So I am to take seriously some guy who doesn't
> think Johnny Cash is good country, but Meade
> Skelton is good country?
>
> I am reminded at Grandpa Jones funeral, Randy
> Travis said country stars of today couldn't hold a
> candle to Grandpa Jones. Randy was right; country
> music had a passion to it, and/or invoked a clear
> narrative in its ballads. Mid-20th century
> country music spoke of simple life choices and
> consequences, it spoke of hard work and hard
> times. Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynne, Hank
> Williams, Grandpa Jones, and George Jones were all
> clear story tellers with their music, much like
> the minstrels of centuries past. Unlike many of
> the great country songs, the Meade repartee of Fat
> No More, Hipsters Ruin Everything, and Sweet Tea
> do not tell a compelling story; they reek of
> self-importance and a disdain for the world
> outside of his myopic world view. That is not
> good country music. If I wanted happy or fantasy
> talk with simplistic lectures in verse and music,
> I would turn to the Wiggles, not Meade.


At least Meade can carry a tune. johnny Cash could not sing worth a damn. Im sorry but its true. When I hear Cash its like listening to my old tone deaf Grandpa try to sing. How he ever became a "legend" is beyond me.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: FUNdamental ()
Date: January 12, 2014 08:14PM

JohnnyCrack Wrote:
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> FUNdamental Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > So I am to take seriously some guy who doesn't
> > think Johnny Cash is good country, but Meade
> > Skelton is good country?
> >
> > I am reminded at Grandpa Jones funeral, Randy
> > Travis said country stars of today couldn't hold
> a
> > candle to Grandpa Jones. Randy was right;
> country
> > music had a passion to it, and/or invoked a
> clear
> > narrative in its ballads. Mid-20th century
> > country music spoke of simple life choices and
> > consequences, it spoke of hard work and hard
> > times. Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynne, Hank
> > Williams, Grandpa Jones, and George Jones were
> all
> > clear story tellers with their music, much like
> > the minstrels of centuries past. Unlike many
> of
> > the great country songs, the Meade repartee of
> Fat
> > No More, Hipsters Ruin Everything, and Sweet Tea
>
> > do not tell a compelling story; they reek of
> > self-importance and a disdain for the world
> > outside of his myopic world view. That is not
> > good country music. If I wanted happy or
> fantasy
> > talk with simplistic lectures in verse and
> music,
> > I would turn to the Wiggles, not Meade.
>
>
> At least Meade can carry a tune. johnny Cash could
> not sing worth a damn. Im sorry but its true. When
> I hear Cash its like listening to my old tone deaf
> Grandpa try to sing. How he ever became a "legend"
> is beyond me.

Johnny Cash was not melodic singer. Hank Williams was not an exceptional singer. What puts both these men into legendary status is their songwriting ability. Both men are in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Willie Nelson is not a melodic singer, and he is legendary for being the Songwriters Hall Of Fame and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

John Denver could only hit three notes and he is in the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Are you saying Bob Dylan isn't worth a thing because he can't sing well? Are you excited for the return of American Idol?

Will Sweet Tea, and Fat no more allow Meade Skelton to cruise into any "Hall of Fame" status? I doubt it.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: January 12, 2014 08:18PM

Fundamental,


Didn't you say you were a scoutmaster? How do you feel about gays being allowed in the Boy Scouts? Are you angry?

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: ATasteOfMeade ()
Date: January 12, 2014 08:36PM

FUNdamental Wrote:
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> JohnnyCrack Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > FUNdamental Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > So I am to take seriously some guy who
> doesn't
> > > think Johnny Cash is good country, but Meade
> > > Skelton is good country?
> > >
> > > I am reminded at Grandpa Jones funeral, Randy
> > > Travis said country stars of today couldn't
> hold
> > a
> > > candle to Grandpa Jones. Randy was right;
> > country
> > > music had a passion to it, and/or invoked a
> > clear
> > > narrative in its ballads. Mid-20th century
> > > country music spoke of simple life choices
> and
> > > consequences, it spoke of hard work and hard
> > > times. Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynne, Hank
> > > Williams, Grandpa Jones, and George Jones
> were
> > all
> > > clear story tellers with their music, much
> like
> > > the minstrels of centuries past. Unlike many
> > of
> > > the great country songs, the Meade repartee
> of
> > Fat
> > > No More, Hipsters Ruin Everything, and Sweet
> Tea
> >
> > > do not tell a compelling story; they reek of
> > > self-importance and a disdain for the world
> > > outside of his myopic world view. That is
> not
> > > good country music. If I wanted happy or
> > fantasy
> > > talk with simplistic lectures in verse and
> > music,
> > > I would turn to the Wiggles, not Meade.
> >
> >
> > At least Meade can carry a tune. johnny Cash
> could
> > not sing worth a damn. Im sorry but its true.
> When
> > I hear Cash its like listening to my old tone
> deaf
> > Grandpa try to sing. How he ever became a
> "legend"
> > is beyond me.
>
> Johnny Cash was not melodic singer. Hank Williams
> was not an exceptional singer. What puts both
> these men into legendary status is their
> songwriting ability. Both men are in the
> Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Willie
> Nelson is not a melodic singer, and he is
> legendary for being the Songwriters Hall Of Fame
> and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
>
> John Denver could only hit three notes and he is
> in the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
>
> Are you saying Bob Dylan isn't worth a thing
> because he can't sing well? Are you excited for
> the return of American Idol?
>
> Will Sweet Tea, and Fat no more allow Meade
> Skelton to cruise into any "Hall of Fame" status?
> I doubt it.


Disagree about John Denever, he had a remarkable voice compared to the others you mentioned. Overall, Meade is better vocally than all of those singers. Songwriting is only one aspect of musicianship.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: however ()
Date: January 12, 2014 09:25PM

> Disagree about John Denever, he had a remarkable
> voice compared to the others you mentioned.
> Overall, Meade is better vocally than all of those
> singers. Songwriting is only one aspect of
> musicianship.


Real people would rather listen to someone with an authentic voice than Meade's blank Milquetoast vocals.


Song writing may only be one aspect, but for those who cannot write at least they have the ability to choose songs that mean something to them.

Bad songs are bad songs. That is what Meade writes, that is what Meade records.

And people stay away.
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: ATasteofMeade ()
Date: January 12, 2014 09:41PM

however Wrote:
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> > Disagree about John Denever, he had a
> remarkable
> > voice compared to the others you mentioned.
> > Overall, Meade is better vocally than all of
> those
> > singers. Songwriting is only one aspect of
> > musicianship.
>
>
> Real people would rather listen to someone with
> an authentic voice than Meade's blank Milquetoast
> vocals.
>
>
> Song writing may only be one aspect, but for those
> who cannot write at least they have the ability to
> choose songs that mean something to them.
>
> Bad songs are bad songs. That is what Meade
> writes, that is what Meade records.
>
> And people stay away.


Meade's voice is authentic. He's not all American Idol.
Also, he writes decent songs. They are catchy and interesting. People are not running away in that photo. They enjoy it!

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: however, ()
Date: January 12, 2014 10:15PM

> People are not running away in that
> photo. They enjoy it!


You can look at that photo and claim people are enjoying Meade's music making?

Which one?
the kid in the Pain shirt looking the other way?

Of course, you also think Meade writes 'catchy' tunes.
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Fart No More ()
Date: January 12, 2014 10:43PM

FUNdamental Wrote:
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> So I am to take seriously some guy who doesn't
> think Johnny Cash is good country, but Meade
> Skelton is good country?
>
> I am reminded at Grandpa Jones funeral, Randy
> Travis said country stars of today couldn't hold a
> candle to Grandpa Jones. Randy was right; country
> music had a passion to it, and/or invoked a clear
> narrative in its ballads. Mid-20th century
> country music spoke of simple life choices and
> consequences, it spoke of hard work and hard
> times. Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynne, Hank
> Williams, Grandpa Jones, and George Jones were all
> clear story tellers with their music, much like
> the minstrels of centuries past. Unlike many of
> the great country songs, the Meade repartee of Fat
> No More, Hipsters Ruin Everything, and Sweet Tea
> do not tell a compelling story; they reek of
> self-importance and a disdain for the world
> outside of his myopic world view. That is not
> good country music. If I wanted happy or fantasy
> talk with simplistic lectures in verse and music,
> I would turn to the Wiggles, not Meade.


Johnny Cash sucked and George Jones was overrated. They weren't good singers, you're crazy if you think Meade isn't much more honed and melodic than them two bums.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: brown dwarf ()
Date: January 13, 2014 11:47AM

>
> Johnny Cash sucked and George Jones was overrated.
> They weren't good singers, you're crazy if you
> think Meade isn't much more honed and melodic than
> them two bums.
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: fat man eating ()
Date: January 13, 2014 12:19PM

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: January 13, 2014 12:20PM

Johnny Cash sucked and George Jones was overrated. They weren't good singers, you're crazy if you think Meade isn't much more honed and melodic than them two bums
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: melodick ()
Date: January 13, 2014 12:42PM

Sound of Sickness
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Notafanbut ()
Date: January 13, 2014 12:45PM

I'll get flack for this, but Meade sings pretty good. For that kind of music he does.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: January 13, 2014 12:51PM

Notafanbut Wrote:
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> I'll get flack for this, but Meade sings pretty
> good. For that kind of music he does.
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Ed ()
Date: January 13, 2014 12:54PM

nigga please Wrote:
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> Meade wrote that review.
>
> He has Zero credibility.

Yup, it has Meade Skelton McDonald ketchup marks all over it.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: junk male ()
Date: January 13, 2014 01:05PM

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Grammar is the hammer ()
Date: January 13, 2014 01:37PM

Notafanbut Wrote:
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> I'll get flack for this, but Meade sings pretty
> good. For that kind of music he does.

Good grief.

I will go ahead and fix your post for you.


I'll get flack for this comment, but Meade sings pretty
well for the kind of music he does.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: quan lem ()
Date: January 13, 2014 04:42PM

> I'll get flack for this comment, but Meade sings
> pretty
> well for the kind of music he does.
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Posted by: quan lem ()
Date: January 13, 2014 04:43PM

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Posted by: king of the whirl ()
Date: January 13, 2014 05:52PM

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Watching HeeHaw ()
Date: January 13, 2014 06:01PM

Watched Hee haw on the Country Channel, have to say that Meade is no less talented then some of the regular singers; Barbie Benton, Gunilla Hutton, Buddy Allen, George Lindsay, Ernie Ford. Those gomers just caught the breaks Meade never got.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: What are you talking about? ()
Date: January 13, 2014 06:24PM

Watching HeeHaw Wrote:

> Those gomers just caught the breaks Meade never
> got.


Meade has gotten a fair number of breaks.

He has done morning shows, people have seen and heard him.

He is just too stiff and unlikable of a performer that nobody wants to see much more of him after they have seen a little.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Nellsreview ()
Date: January 13, 2014 06:44PM

Meade has a warm, engaging presence on stage and likability. He comes off as a bit "camp" and that throws people some times

Also, he isn't bad looking at all.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Notmeadeforsure ()
Date: January 13, 2014 06:48PM

People say the blog is written by Meade? I dont think so. Its somewhat intelligent and the guy who writes it is far left , atheist. He isn't Meade. Not even close. It hasnt been posted in much since 2011. Im not sure who it is, but it ain't Meade.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: campy meade ()
Date: January 13, 2014 06:58PM

Throws people off
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: just jealous ()
Date: January 13, 2014 07:10PM

Nellsreview Wrote:
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> Meade has a warm, engaging presence on stage and
> likability. He comes off as a bit "camp" and that
> throws people some times
>
> Also, he isn't bad looking at all.


Whether any one of us like or dislike him doesn't matter.




People have seen Meade and they turn away.



He has had more than his fair share of chances and overall, people don't what he offers.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Meade has mojo! ()
Date: January 13, 2014 07:15PM

Nellsreview Wrote:
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> Meade has a warm, engaging presence on stage and
> likability. He comes off as a bit "camp" and that
> throws people some times
>
> Also, he isn't bad looking at all.

I agree! He reminds me a little of a young Sean Connery
Meade is charismatic. He has what the old performers used to call "presence". Most of the folks who side against Meade would not know a talented performer from the original New Kids on the Block.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Performance ()
Date: January 13, 2014 08:48PM

Blows chunks.
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: funbags ()
Date: January 13, 2014 09:00PM

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Punk rock ()
Date: January 13, 2014 09:15PM

Spandex Skelton
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: January 13, 2014 10:12PM

Tight pants can cause jock itch......



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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: hip[ ()
Date: January 13, 2014 11:08PM

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Posted by: nifty ()
Date: January 14, 2014 06:18AM

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Fat Kroger Shopper ()
Date: January 14, 2014 04:37PM

Fatass
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: notbadlooking ()
Date: January 14, 2014 04:44PM

He isn't bad looking at all for a turdball.
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Sweatin' time ()
Date: January 14, 2014 04:50PM

Is here
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: missin' Kroger's chicken ()
Date: January 14, 2014 05:28PM

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: MusicCritic ()
Date: January 14, 2014 05:32PM

Meade Skelton is a good ANYTHING

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Meade looks sorta mexican ()
Date: January 14, 2014 07:03PM

Could be his style of hair.
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Señor Meade ()
Date: January 14, 2014 08:28PM

He does look Mexican. It must be the hat.


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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: meade is a hunk ()
Date: January 14, 2014 08:42PM

Señor Meade Wrote:
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> He does look Mexican. It must be the hat.
>
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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: Sorties ()
Date: January 14, 2014 09:20PM

Meade will never fill a Coffeehouse
with that mess of a look.

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Re: Meade Skelton is Good Country...
Posted by: but a birdcage bar ()
Date: January 14, 2014 11:22PM

His vocals are pleasant enough that he could pull off Oprah, LIza and totie at the local birdcage bar.

He wouldn't need all that much makeup for any of them.
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