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 on: Today at 01:36:37 AM 
Started by pc31 - Last post by tkitna
Me too. Was a good easter.

 on: Today at 12:57:38 AM 
Started by Brynjar - Last post by tkitna
I like 22 of them, but some groups were damn lucky that they were greatest hits albums.

 on: Yesterday at 11:02:50 PM 
Started by Wayne L. - Last post by Dcazz
We have 2 left in NH . One in Weirs and one in Milford not too far from me. I can't say I've been to either of them!

 on: Yesterday at 10:59:38 PM 
Started by Mrs JWL - Last post by Dcazz
She loved them! She says she likes happy endings!

 on: Yesterday at 10:56:29 PM 
Started by apple sauce - Last post by nimrod
I had to look up the word tosser in the Urban Dictionary and from what I just saw in that video I can say that Clive Anderson was definitely the first word in the definition! Even though I traded my Saturday Night Fever album for the first Styx album (another band that lost me in the 80's) I would call myself fan of the Bee Gee's music; especially their early work. I've never really seen them interviewed but now I'm also a fan of their personalities. They certainly gave Clive every opportunity to stop being a tosser but he was hopeless!

I couldn't get that link to work but this seems to be it: Bee Gees Way

If I ever get to Australia that will be on my list of things to do.

Its quite impressive Kelley and thankfully so far no little tossers have vandalised it  ha2ha

It doesnt mention theyre English, as usual, anyone who spends 10 minutes in Oz becomes Australian  glassesslip

Its funny in the video that Maurice (forever the gentleman) leaves last and is still being polite to Anderson

 on: Yesterday at 10:53:13 PM 
Started by The End - Last post by Moogmodule
JOAN BAEZ ~ No Expectations ~.wmv[/url]

That is a nice version. Haven't heard that before. It's always been a favourite Stones song.

Baez's voice always amazed me for its evenness and strength whether at the top of her range or bottom. It sounds like an instrument being played. You barely sense her ever taking a breath.

 on: Yesterday at 10:25:17 PM 
Started by peterbell1 - Last post by Moogmodule
I had a re-read of this the other day. It's pretty thin overall (in content and size). The chapter on the influence of the Indian music is probably the high point. The author just seems to be getting into the meat of the recording of the album when he starts talking about the albums reception on release and it's legacy. Details on most of the songs are relegated to an appendix.

It's like he had an interesting essay on the influence of Indian music on Revolver and then decided to pad it out to make it a very short book (print length is 97 pages).  Still at $1.16 on kindle it's hard to go too wrong. It won't take much money or time out of your life. And it's not uninteresting. 

It's inspired me to also re-read Robert Rodriguez's Revolver: How the Beatles Reimagined Rock and Roll. My recollection was this was more substantial.

 on: Yesterday at 09:28:30 PM 
Started by Casbah - Last post by Casbah
Ok, I think I misread this description. I don't think the owner is claiming John Lennon owned it, it looks like he is stating it is the same model, not the same guitar.

So, false alarm, my bad.  Still, I agree, it would be interesting to see whta it goes for...

 on: Yesterday at 09:18:19 PM 
Started by Casbah - Last post by In My Life
It will be interesting to see what kind of an offer he ends up accepting.

 on: Yesterday at 09:06:12 PM 
Started by Wayne L. - Last post by In My Life
Oh, you live near a drive-in theater, Kelley; I'm so jealous! There are only a handful left across the nation, I heard. I've always wanted to go to one.

Yes, the Portville Drive-In is alive and well, with cars backed up along the road waiting to get in. It's a shame that I haven't been to it since The Parent Trap 2 and then only once before. They've even added a second screen!

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