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Wilson Fairchild sings "How Are Things in Clay KY" on Country's Family Reunion

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Mark Orner : Loop
Trudy Anderson : Ate you the clown your daddy was?
Trudy Anderson : Me too yal would be great. I saw the interview where your dad's had heard that other song first time. You could see the pride on their face
Roseanne King : ❤️❤️❤️ Video, LMAO..heard this song for the 1st time & fell in love..great harmony. talented family..apples don’t fall from the tree.
sandyc6569 : July 26 2020
Tim Craig : very nice
Gary Sumlin : Nice
Tina Durham : And I can just about bet that both of your dad's were very proud of u guys. And I'm sorry that I didn't pay attention to how u spelled your last name the reason I am even mentioning it is because my kids last name is also Reed. And that is their dad's last name but he was adopted.I regret not getting to see the Statler Brothers in Concert they just weren't ever close enough to us. Because we love on the other side of Va Southwest Care about 30 minutes or less from Kingsport TN and also on the other side about 40 to 45 min from Harlan Ky where my dad was born that song "you'll never leave Harlan Alive" was written by a relative of ours I'm pretty sure his name was Jasper Varble. Which my dad's pawpaw's name was Harper Varble so I think the one that wrote that song was probably my Pappas Brother maybe?
Debbir Bodner : This is great music. They are100% like their Dads. Just like the good old days of yesteryear when music ment for the whole family. Thank you for this song .
Nancy Hickman : Googled Clay, KY. Named after Henry Clay.

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Benn Down : The issue I’ve found even with my unfairchild is that the release is just too slow to be useful. Even on fastest constant the needle won’t hit 0dbu on any 1/8th note let alone a 1/16th.
RiShark Tíburon : best part was the oooooooo :-) great video - thanks
DJ_URBAN_BG : totally not worth it in 2020 ..
Fatty BoomBatty : Thanks for the review. Not sure I can hear £30K or even £3K worth of difference - the Pultec EQ you reviewed embellished the sound to a far greater degree. May be a bit of volume compensation when demoing at reduced threshold levels would have brought out the differences for my less educated ears.
J B : Für das Geld kaufe ich mir lieber 3 Motorräder...
Muse Axe Backing Tracks : 38 people that do not like Vintage gear but looked for it anyway?? I think this is a classy compressor, which I like to use on slow songs and on the master bus, it glues very well ,but to me gives maybe more of a fairchild sound than glues on the mix. if we're talking glue than the SSL bus compressor by waves does a better job at glueing the mix. nonteless, the fairchild has a very pleasing sound . it's just a whole lot slower hahaha
Cyril ViXP : Sounds like it brings more coloration than compression. And that's a hell lot expensive saturation plugin.
A Red Pill A Day : They should have done a side by side with a stock ProTools compressor plug-in on a digital emmulation of the Fairchild just to see what it sounds like. I'd be willing to bet there wouldn't have been that much of a difference. This - like electric guitars from the 1950's - is as much about what the listener WANTS to hear as it is the equipment itself. If you did a blind comparision - you might be very dissapointed.
Madrrrrrrrrrrr : Cranking it up is not lowering the threshold. Cranking it up is driving the input with a higher threshold ;)
Kraig Smith : Keep Em Coming!

1994 Fairchild Air Force Base B-52 crash - Pilot Error Airshow

On Friday, 24 June 1994, a United States Air Force (USAF) Boeing B-52 Stratofortress crashed at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, United States, after the pilot, Lt Col Arthur "Bud" Holland, maneuvered the bomber beyond its operational limits and lost control. The aircraft stalled, fell to the ground and exploded, killing Holland and the other three USAF officers aboard. The crash was captured on video and was shown repeatedly on news broadcasts throughout the world.[1]

The subsequent investigation concluded that the crash was attributable primarily to three factors: Holland's personality and behavior, USAF leaders' delayed or inadequate reactions to earlier incidents involving Holland, and the sequence of events during the aircraft's final flight. The crash is now used in military and civilian aviation environments as a case study in teaching crew resource management. It is also often used by the U.S. Armed Forces during aviation safety training as an example of the importance of compliance with safety regulations and correcting the behavior of anyone who violates safety procedures.
Neeraj Kumar : Omg when the plane crashed how were the pilots were feeling sooooo much.pain and hoot ... omg very pain full death ...
Rehan Niazi : All gone in seconds ....sad
badabing : showing off
RacelineCentral.com : One person ejected from the plane before it crashed
Cat Weasel : Slip slidin away
Lucy Payne : There was plane on the runway he had to abort and circle round but he did it to sharply
Mark R. : A classic accelerated stall.
sneekmatrix : This pilot is a hero when he realised his plane was going to crash he turned it into the ground to save spectators. Medal of honor.
sneekmatrix : I dont see pilot errors here or anywhere. There is no such thing as pilot error. It is just physics. The plane banked and slip stalled the pilots reaction would of been to correct the stall. The altitude was too low hence the crash. I dont think the pilot would if said " i made an error". Pilots are not machines. They are in complete control of their aircraft until either their aircraft fails or physics ( wind weather, stall, engine, flaps , nuts bolts, decompression) or other factors take over . So yes the plane banked and stalled and the pilot tried to get it under control. How can that be an error?
ScipioRomanus : Holland was a moron who killed his crew. He was well known for this type of reckless shit and the USAF failed to get rid of him.

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