My Favorite Quotes
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 Mark McGhee - “I was right behind it and it was a terrific strike, but it was still a disappointing goal to give away.”
 Mark McGhee - “I was delighted with Joe. Physically he is a real presence as a centre-forward. His touch is good and he wins headers. It was a shame we couldn't provide a platform for him to win the game for us.”
 Frank McGhee - “There's the realization that there's real inflation in the U.S., and not just the kind of head-in-the-sand inflation we've seen the past six to eight months.”
 Carla McGhee - “Tara is a smart and intelligent coach,”
 Brownie McGhee - “When I was hitch-hiking, people had to follow me, 'cause I didn't stay long.”
 Brownie McGhee - “There's a lot of good musicians who are unheard of. Get it down before they pass away.”
 Brownie McGhee - “My guitar was loud as hell, and I had no sympathy for anybody else.”
 Brownie McGhee - “Long made it possible for me to get on records, so what little money he did take from me, if any at all, he was entitled to it. He didn't take something from me.”
 Brownie McGhee - “I was playing with steel picks on a steel guitar, and there was no amplification needed.”
 Brownie McGhee - “I only write about what I do, what happens to me.”
 Brownie McGhee - “Anywhere I'm wanted, I'll go. I've got to be wanted, though.”
 Brownie McGhee - “Something is better than nothing. Doin' anything for a man, there's investments involved, there's time and production. It's better to give him ten bucks and get a record out than to never record the cat.”
 Brownie McGhee - “From then on in, me and Sonny started makin' records. My first records, Sonny was backin' me up. Sonny wasn't singin' natural at the time he was singin' falsetto.”
 Kevin Ghee - “I don't know how much (Renner) is going to play this weekend. He got dinged up a little bit today. We don't want to bring him back too soon.”
 Brownie McGhee - “I didn't make too many records with Leadbelly. The truth about it, Lead had his 12-string guitar, and I was playin' a steel National.”
 Gerry McGhee - “Days Inn didn't have much damage. It was mostly contained to the truck. We did evacuate the south side of the hotel and kept water on it until we could get foam hooked up so we could put out the fire. We had to use 30 gallons of foam to put out the fire.”
 Brownie McGhee - “I started a guitar school. It was called Home of the Blues, on 125th Street in New York. I did that for five, six years and had a lot of students.”
 Brownie McGhee - “I got Sonny up to Harlem, and we started street playin' in New York. We did that for three or four years and survived. We brought it back to the streets again.”
 David McGhee - “Despite all the problems in our society, when something like this happens to a young person you will see many, many people rally around that family.”
 Brownie McGhee - “When somebody blazes a path to a highway that never end, you should appreciate 'em some.”
 Melissa McGhee - “To a certain extent, I do agree with that. When you're put into a position when you haven't had that much face time, you have to bring it every single week. You don't have that little extra cushion to have a bad night.”
 Melissa McGhee - “It was definitely nerves. I started thinking about my lyrics way, way, way too much when I got onstage and it threw me off.”
 Brownie McGhee - “Logically, when you talkin' about folk music and blues, you find out it's music of just plain people.”
 Kevin Ghee - “He's a special back. When he gets a lane, he's gone. He makes that first guy miss and spins out of tackles, he's good.”
 Frank McGhee - “People tend to say if it can make 11, then it can make 12. You start believing in the euphoria.”

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