Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Good job. Now some of his collection will live on through you. Some of the albums I inherited from Mom and Pop also have those little address labels. When I'm gone my albums will be anonymous except for those few.
That's all Gents, see you ciao
Evening all....back from a great trout fishing excursion. Had great weather, good eats, good bourbon and good camaraderie!
It was a first to have something so documentable."Find A Grave" is an amazing database. When I get some time on a nice day I'll fire up the Honda and go find his grave and pay my respects. It's not far from here.
You do love that box set. I find the early disc's difficult to listen to. All that Dixieland stuff ya know? The post WWII stuff is where I generally go.
Till me meet again
Not sure I'd want the Angel of Death waking me up...oh...you meant the band. My mistake...
Next time I go to the thrift shop I'm gonna get the name of the guy who owned my Technics SA-500.
I'd just like to know his story if possible. Wouldn't share it here or anywhere else as he didn't have it engraved into the faceplate or anything like that.
EDIT: Need to see if Mr. Powell's collection is still in the "Keep Out" shed. and go through it again. On Friday last week I only had about ten minutes to peruse.
Rain has stopped. Sun is peeking out. Time for some exercise.
Just got done work. I'll be in need of some serious decompressing when I get home.
Triumph - Magic Power (SiriusXM ch 038)
That's a really fun record...
just a bunch of wild and crazy guys
V is for Suzanne Vega's Nine Objects of Desire.
Hey Swampy, glad you had a great trip.
Here is how my day started. With SNOW !!!! Just to give some scale to the snow bank, That garage will fit a motor home in it so that is how tall that door is.
Listening to this now.
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