Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Yes I remember seeing one of those rare birds at one of the air shows here too
I have always wanted one . Those buttons would perfectly match a M-2/M-4 & C-4,/C-6 or and A-1. Beautiful table..
Woo-hoo, a sealed classical cassette!
Schubert, Trout Quintet & Death and the Maiden Quartet
Hungarian String Quartet
Louis Kentner, piano
Georg Hörtnagel, double-bass
Vox/Turnabout CT 2184
Made in Canada
Trout is a famous work I don't know very well, so this is good.
Oh! True enough, This pic no resemblance. I agree she is the babe. And my reply did state "some pics" can show a resemblance amongst rock stars. Ya, no connection going on this pic Greg is Greg. Trust me, I am a fan of ELP. I posted the pic the other night of Carl Palmer when he was drummin' with "The Crazy World of Arthur Brown" LOL. On those pics, Carl looked like he could be in the band "Ghost" with the satan robes they were wearing in that 60's video. Again, no disrespect, just having a bit of fun at the 70's styles. I used to pride myself of having hair that resembled Ritchie's LOL. However, don't tell anyone. But as Ritchie's biggest fan I can even handle that the dude has worn a wig for over 30 years now.
If I'm not mistaken, it is what Moriarty threw on the old Victrola while torturing an injured Sherlock Holmes. Fargin Bastage:
That's a stop you dead in your tracks turntable. Just beautiful.
Great post Space Ritual! I discovered John Lawton when he joined Uriah Heep. The love of that band led me to find the connection with this band. I have "Banquet" Great music! Love the jazz influenced high energy guitar work with horns going strong!
Same here. I saw Uriah Heep at Maple Leaf Gardens just after he replaced David Byron
While the Giants fritter away another loss,
Ozzy seems to satisfy. 1986
And we have a big plump rabbit enjoying the green grass shoots.
thanks Delmarva! It sounded so sweet when I first got it and it was working. Never had a moving coil set up so it wet my appetite. The right channel went out and the tone arm is not tracking well at all. It needs some TLC no doubt, but I think well worth a 5 hour round trip drive and some $ spenditure. I see them going for $750 to $950 on e-Bay. This one is in nice cosmetic shape. Once repaired, should go another 40 years. The man offered to sell it to me for $100. I asked him why he wanted to sell it (he was original owner and has all his gear from the teenage years such as a pair of Carver M-400). He answered that he wanted some money to spend on his boys (he was going through a divorce at the time). I literally could not accept paying him his asking price of $100 . So I gave him $400. I thought that to still be a song and dance.
During my career I spent so much time around aircraft I rarely notice them anymore. The sound of jet engines were a constant.
That Denon a sweet looking rig. Like something belongs in Star Trek. The Enterprise lounge sound system yea.
Say what ? Speak up I can't hear you..
The string quintet version I am playing was commissioned later and is based on the song in the vid you posted. I did not know of the various versions. Thanks.
Got to love youtube. Left the Lucifers Friend just go and this just came on
I love Sad Wings Of Destiny and these 2 songs but Halford with long hair and Downing with a straw hat on is priceless
And Greg had a chin!
It's said the Raptor is "too expensive". I think the stuff they have now has trick control surface thrusters and stuff.
I wouldn;t be surprised if there's some gyro stabilized antigrav going on in todays planes.
But its true the Raptor just never "caught on" I guess or is used fairly infrequently.
And then the B-2. flying wing. I'm sure that has trick tech in it besides just "radar invisibility", akakak... they still use radar..
There is a pair of JBL 902vx and a Marantz SR1000 for $200 on my local CL. Anyone with an opinion on these?
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