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 on: Today at 06:50:19 AM 
Started by Dmitry - Last post by Dmitry
Ukraine, Mariupol, shelling:

Террористы обстреляли 'Градом' Мариуполь видеорегистратор 2

Мариуполь. Момент обстрела города с РСЗО Град! Видео с регистратора

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 on: Today at 04:39:02 AM 
Started by Kaleidoscope_Eyes - Last post by Hello Goodbye


I'm glad it's your birthday...
Happy Birthday to you!


Happy Birthday Lana!

יום הולדת שמח




Paul McCartney - Birthday



 13 
 on: Today at 04:26:58 AM 
Started by Sondra - Last post by Hello Goodbye
1. He wore glasses, John Lennon wore glasses.


  What does that have to do with anything?


I would have thought it was obvious.....it showed Lennon that he too could be a pop star if someone who looked like Buddy Holly, rather than Elvis Presley, could. It also showed Hank Marvin the same thing.


The King wore glasses too...




Thank you.  Thank you very much

 14 
 on: Today at 12:50:03 AM 
Started by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar - Last post by Moogmodule
This is the Moody Blues I've always thought was a well selected and sequenced compilation.

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 on: Today at 12:38:33 AM 
Started by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar - Last post by tkitna









 16 
 on: Today at 12:26:12 AM 
Started by tkitna - Last post by tkitna
That was awesome! I wonder what so many people are afraid of!?

We might never know Dave.


 17 
 on: Today at 12:25:24 AM 
Started by tkitna - Last post by tkitna
This is a great song Todd. It makes me think of my cousin. She and her family are involved in the praise band at her church. She's been fighting cancer every day for eight years now, struggling to keep tumors in her lungs from metastasizing. This past summer and fall were rough for her but with radiation, surgery and a new combination of meds she was back up there singing "Mary Did You Know?" at Christmas time. Someone shared a video on Facebook. It was just from their phone so the quality isn't great but it was still one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard.

Tell her to stay strong Kelley and i'll say a prayer for her. 

 18 
 on: Yesterday at 11:25:50 PM 
Started by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar - Last post by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar


1. The Who: The Very Best Of The Who (1965-1981). My first record by the Who, and it completely blew me away. I think it's a great introduction of the band; and although I already have the original albums, I still need it because 10 of the 20 songs are non-album singles.




2. The Beatles: Past Masters 2 (1965-1970). A very essential compilation because, as we all know, it includes non-album singles by the Fab Four. In my opinion, most of the tracks rank among the best Beatles work.




3. Cream: The Very Best Of Cream (1966-1969). An excellent collection with everything I need by the trio. Complete and representative are the key words: 20 tracks from a band that recorded only 4 (or should I say 3) studio albums.




4. The Beach Boys: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys (1962-1988). Pet Sounds and this compilation are all the Beach Boys records I need. Although it includes 30 hits from a period of 26 years, it's focussed on the mid-60's, the great time of the band.




5. The Kinks: The Singles Collection (1964-1970). A very complete collection of 60's singles by the Kinks. It contains 25 tracks and it's almost the equivalent of the Beatles' Past Masters.




6. The Yardbirds: Greatest Hits (1964-1966). This record is a perfect testimony of the wild experimentation of the Yardbirds during the Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck days. It contains almost everything we can find in the American albums For Your Love and Having A Rave Up.




7. The Beatles: Past Masters 1 (1962-1965). The other essential Beatles compilation. I think it's not as impressive as the second volume because the band had not reached its peak yet, but it's wonderful and relevant anyway.




8. Buffalo Springfield: Retrospective (1966-1968). A nice summary of the Buffalo Springfield brief catalog (they only recorded 3 albums). Highly recommendable if you need just one album by the band.




9. Simon & Garfunkel: Greatest Hits (1965-1970). This is a famous compilation released in the early 70's. It includes the most well known hits by the duo plus some live recordings.




10. The Zombies: The Singles A's & B's (1964-1967). One of several A's & B's compilations by the Zombies. I prefer this one because it includes both sides of the 11 singles released before the marvelous Odessey And Oracle, so nothing is repeated here and there; thus, you don't need other longer compilations if you have Odessey And Oracle (and you should have it!).

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 on: Yesterday at 10:14:52 PM 
Started by Bobber - Last post by Bobber
Very nice! Thanks for that.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:02:25 PM 
Started by tkitna - Last post by Dcazz
That was awesome! I wonder what so many people are afraid of!?

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