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 on: Today at 02:13:20 AM 
Started by BlueMeanie - Last post by Kangaroo Kev
this popped up today







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 on: Today at 02:12:24 AM 
Started by Kangaroo Kev - Last post by Kangaroo Kev
Beautiful Bazil

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 on: Today at 12:34:03 AM 
Started by Kangaroo Kev - Last post by Kangaroo Kev
give some more info on gus or i will rewrite this and delete ur topic...quit showing ur ass i suggest....

Hi mate

Delete whatever you want

Please refrain from personal insults, theres no need for it

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 on: Yesterday at 11:18:30 PM 
Started by BLEEN - Last post by BLEEN
Nice one, oldbrownshoe! That is a strong album, I think I'd buy it ;D

I noticed Every Little Thing gets a lot of love on this forum, and deservedly so - it's a real good one. The only problem I have with it is the fact that J & P sing the verses together. Usually, it sounds amazing when they do that, but in my extremely humble opinion it would have sounded much better if either of them had done it double tracked, but to each his own.

Anyway, I'll have a whack at 66:

1. Paperback Writer
2. Rain
3. Eleanor Rigby
4. Taxman
5. And Your Bird Can Sing
6. For No One
7. I'm Only Sleeping
8. I Want To Tell You
9. She Said She Said
10. Here, There And Everywhere
11. Dr. Robert
12. Yellow Submarine
13. Got To Get You Into My Life
14. Tomorrow Never Knows

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 on: Yesterday at 10:48:47 PM 
Started by BLEEN - Last post by Mr Mustard
Yet another one of those examples where I've always just "heard" it one particular way for decades, only to have it re-played to me (sincere thanks for that link Bobber) and prove me entirely wrong!!!

I always just accepted they were all repeatedly singing "Thank You" as "The End" closed in. Never even occurred to me to "hear" it otherwise.

Listening is easy with ears closed,
Misunderstanding all you hear...

As somebody once nearly sang   ;)

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 on: Yesterday at 10:36:17 PM 
Started by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar - Last post by Mr Mustard
1963: Please Please Me (The Beatles)
1964; A Hard Day's Night (The Beatles)
1965: Rubber Soul (The Beatles)
1966: Revolver (The Beatles)
1967: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (The Beatles)
1968: The Beatles (The Beatles)
1969: Abbey Road (The Beatles)
1970: Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon & Garfunkel)
1971: Aqualung (Jethro Tull)
1972: Argus (Wishbone Ash)
1973: Band On The Run (Paul McCartney & Wings)

(I've avoided any compilations even though there were some good ones within that span)

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 on: Yesterday at 05:44:02 PM 
Started by Ovi - Last post by In My Life
That does sound interesting! A friend was just telling me about some history of the town I live in. Apparently there are a lot of underground tunnels from the bootlegging era. According to this one book of local lore, there was even a tunnel leading from one of the brothels to a local church, and -- according to this book, which I haven't read -- one leading citizen would sneak out during the homily to visit said brothel. (I'm not quite sure how one would manage that, unless the wife were dozing or one claimed an ill stomach or something!) I keep meaning to try to find it at the library.

That will be quite a read! There are some things of an unsavory nature alluded to in this journal but Lib is too much of a lady to come right out and tell all. She got very upset when she was making her brothers' bed and found a book entitled "The Lusty Turk" hidden under the straw mattress.She really bawled them out good! I guess boys have been hiding that stuff for a long time. LOL

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 on: Yesterday at 01:31:26 PM 
Started by Ovi - Last post by Normandie
I'm reading an interesting series of books. At least I find them interesting! They are the journals of a young woman who lived here and they're from the mid 1850's. Her father was a wealthy lumberman and merchant and her brother eventually donated the house that's the library where I work. A lot of it is rather tedious but every so often a passage will come up that makes it all worth it! I'm on the third of five and it looks like I'm probably the one person who's read that far since it was transcribed in the 1990's. It made that new book sound when I opened it.

That does sound interesting! A friend was just telling me about some history of the town I live in. Apparently there are a lot of underground tunnels from the bootlegging era. According to this one book of local lore, there was even a tunnel leading from one of the brothels to a local church, and -- according to this book, which I haven't read -- one leading citizen would sneak out during the homily to visit said brothel. (I'm not quite sure how one would manage that, unless the wife were dozing or one claimed an ill stomach or something!) I keep meaning to try to find it at the library.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:27:27 PM 
Started by Wayne L. - Last post by Normandie

Sounds nice, Kelley and Dave. I always miss the gorgeous autumn leaves in the Northeast this time of year. I used to love just going for drives in central New York, around Hamilton, etc. Boy do I miss that.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:14:00 AM 
Started by Kangaroo Kev - Last post by stevie
Yeah you guys are right. I did some research on wiki on HB and it was that. For some reason I thought it was mixed up with LM.

Awesome song but

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