Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Early Pogues. I apologize for the bad photography.
Do you know the story of the not so airbrushed out object on the woman's neck and how it relates to the rejected original name of the album?
Yeah! That is some news! Awesome.
P bear home from school. Wants To hear some Tom at least once a day.
It's a reliant robin
I do not. It sounds interesting.
@ work on the iPod ^^
Hey youse twos wise guys... Are ye sayin':
Earlier i mentioned to @Delmarva ...Frank that the musician that I had the most albums of was Dave Brubeck. Here's the others
#1 Dave Brubeck-15
2 Bill Evans- 15
3 Ahmad Jamal-13
4 Dwight Yoakam-13
5 Duke Ellington-12
6 Wynton Marsalis-12
I think I might be seeing a pattern here
Shirley Horn-10, Bob James-10, Oscar Peterson-10, Bonnie Raitt-9, Earl Klugh-9
You might find it fun and enlightening to go through your collections and see whatcha got. Was for me
I drove one built by a friend's friend from a kit. Didn't have the hottest engine, and it was still blisteringly fast. great fun!!!
Just not very comfortable if you're 6' and have long arms and legs.
Earlier Today: Various Artists, "Ken Burns Jazz-- The Story of America's Music," Disc 1.
Heading out to the post office, shopping, and home. More music tonight; stopping to pay an AKer for a purchase!
Watch the wise cracks you two; I'm close to the edge as it is...
The Stills Young Band - Long May You Run
Fiona Apple -"Slow Like Honey" from Tidal
Another Brubeck fan here. I once posted every Brubeck record I own here. It took a few days. I have 62 lps, not counting doubles, triples, and - well I do have at least 6 copies of Red Hot and Cool from the continuing search for that illusive "perfect" original copy. He can be addictive.
Yes, they do have wooden frames. One of the few modern cars that fear termites.
@Leebob my old Drummer took private lessons from Joe Morello for a long time. Use to drive him around places too.
The fellow whose car I drove wrote a book called "Roadster" about building it from a kit. It was subtitled "How (and Especially Why) a Mechanical Novice Built a Sports Car form a Kit". Novice is not the word. His friend and I had to tell him he had to use a wrench on his brake lines, or they'd continue to leak. He also had no idea what the Clutch Master Cylinder and Slave Cylinder were for. Still, he gets credit in my book for tackling the project successfully.
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