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 51 
 on: April 16, 2014, 02:23:42 AM 
Started by Mrs JWL - Last post by Dcazz
My daughter had a pygmy hamster named Mary years ago. She named it after her great Aunt Mary who is currently 4'9" tall and shrinking at 92 years old! All it's hair fell out twice except for one tuft on her forehead. It was funny/sad because it was caused by hamsters being over bred and having cancers, tumors and other afflictions. It lived for two years though but was very tough for Elizabeth when it died. It was tough for me trying to explain why it's hair kept falling out!

 52 
 on: April 16, 2014, 02:20:10 AM 
Started by Wayne L. - Last post by In My Life
Today in the middle of April I present to you,,,,,,



It just wont let go.

That looks familiar! I went into work to get caught up on some stuff tonight and when I came out at 9:30 I was very unhappy with what I saw on my windshield.

 53 
 on: April 16, 2014, 02:16:34 AM 
Started by Wayne L. - Last post by Dcazz
We're supposed to get something like that tonight! Like a slap in the face yesterday was 78 and tonight possible snow!   :-\

 54 
 on: April 15, 2014, 11:30:55 PM 
Started by Wayne L. - Last post by tkitna
Today in the middle of April I present to you,,,,,,



It just wont let go.

 55 
 on: April 15, 2014, 10:06:17 PM 
Started by Joost - Last post by nimrod
Im a Stones fan UNTIL Ronnie Wood joined, theyre greatest period for me was early 70's, Sticky Fingers & Exile were great albums.

Im a Fleetwood Mac Fan (but only the Peter Green era)

Im a Genesis fan (but not after Peter Gabriel left)

Im a fan of America  (but not after Dan Peek left)

Im a fan of Supertramp (until Roy Hodgson left)

Im a Pink Floyd fan (but not so much after Syd Barrett era)

Im a Moody Blues fan (but not so much after Mike Pinder left)

its all about somebody leaving for me  roll:)

Oh Neil Young, I love everything up to his heavy grunge period, 20 minute meaningless guitar solo's on things like Hurricane & Rust for me are very boring, but Goldrush, Harvest, Neil Young, Stars & Bars, Zuma, On The Beach were all fantastic

 56 
 on: April 15, 2014, 09:36:25 PM 
Started by McLennon - Last post by nimrod
In this month's Mojo two people (one of the guys from Penn & Teller, and Beverley Martyn) chose a Bob Dylan LP as their favourite record. Nothing too strange in that until you discover that they were 'Tempest' (2012) and 'Infidels' (1983) respectively.

Now I'm all for an appreciation (not TOO BIG an appreciation) of Dylan's career, but are these choices down to respecting the guy's career rather than actually thinking that a 1983 Bob Dylan LP could actually be his best album or even the best album ever?

I've noticed in those Uncut/Mojo Specials that anyone with a long career always has classic records liberally spread across their career, almost as a justification for the magazine itself, but surely Dylan's worst LP of the 60s (which these magazines might lead you to think would be the 1st LP, Another Side or Nashville Skyline) wipes the floor with Oh Mercy or Time Out Of Mind or Infidels or Tempest?

AS any art form music is subjective, we all have our favourites.

My favourite Dylan albums are;

Blood On The Tracks
Time Out Of Mind
Blonde On Blonde

I like others but those are my favourites.

 57 
 on: April 15, 2014, 08:22:41 PM 
Started by Joost - Last post by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar
The Rolling Stones, the Doors and the Beach Boys are bands I like and respect, but I could live without them.

 58 
 on: April 15, 2014, 07:18:15 PM 
Started by The End - Last post by Klang

'Viva Tirado' - El Chicano

 8)


 59 
 on: April 15, 2014, 07:03:56 PM 
Started by McLennon - Last post by oldbrownshoe
In this month's Mojo two people (one of the guys from Penn & Teller, and Beverley Martyn) chose a Bob Dylan LP as their favourite record. Nothing too strange in that until you discover that they were 'Tempest' (2012) and 'Infidels' (1983) respectively.

Now I'm all for an appreciation (not TOO BIG an appreciation) of Dylan's career, but are these choices down to respecting the guy's career rather than actually thinking that a 1983 Bob Dylan LP could actually be his best album or even the best album ever?

I've noticed in those Uncut/Mojo Specials that anyone with a long career always has classic records liberally spread across their career, almost as a justification for the magazine itself, but surely Dylan's worst LP of the 60s (which these magazines might lead you to think would be the 1st LP, Another Side or Nashville Skyline) wipes the floor with Oh Mercy or Time Out Of Mind or Infidels or Tempest?

 60 
 on: April 15, 2014, 05:45:24 PM 
Started by McLennon - Last post by In My Life
In the words of Bob Dylan and Dave Von Ronk...

That's interesting. And speaking of interesting so is Dave Von Ronk's voice. I like it and how he did House of the Rising Sun. I can see why Dylan used his version.


For the last several days I've had
"Turned on my record player—
It was Rock-a-day Johnny singin’, “Tell Your Ma, Tell Your Pa
Our Love’s A-gonna Grow Ooh-wah, Ooh-wah”
stuck in my head. I love that line but I was kind of disappointed to discover that the only Rock-a-day Johnnys I could find on Google was a puppet and Elton John, who was credited that way on a Jackson Browne album. I thought there was a new-to-me artist to discover!

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