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  • #16
    Originally posted by Doc Wilson
    Cain't complain, man. Taking it slow.



    Man if you ain't one helluva handsome mofo, Doc. Nice custom wood trim there in the background...oak?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Shakkal
      Today:
      Van Halen I

      During the last few days:
      ZZ Top - Tres Hombres
      Robin Trower - Bot's bootleg
      Fleetwood Mac - Live at the BBC
      David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars


      I like your taste in tunes, bro.

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      • #18
        Anybody here listen to the Supersuckers?
        Must've Been High <--album title, that is.
        You alt/country/blues/rock/derelict types surely would dig them if you don't already.
        Check 'em out
        Minutus cantorum, minutus balorum,
        minutus carborata descendum pantorum
        -----------
        A little song, a little dance, a little seltzer in your pants

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        • #19
          Today's Picks:

          1. Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals: Burn To Shine

          2. Allan Holdsworth: 16 Men of Tain

          I can't see my forehead ....

          Deeper Jams @ IUMA

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          • #20
            Right now in my car I have....

            Best of BB King
            Funky
            Ratt n Roll
            Van Halen 1
            Jim Soloway(for that peaceful lunch hour)
            AC/DC Back in Black(for my boss, he hates it!)

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Bot


              Man if you ain't one helluva handsome mofo, Doc. Nice custom wood trim there in the background...oak?


              Bot, man, you got eyes like a ****************************ed hawk. Yeah, oak, almost 100 years old.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by NervePoet
                ...

                Gong - "You" (from the "Flying Teapot Trilogy")


                Yow! Thanks for mentioning this one - I've haven't listened in years, but I'll root it out this evening. What a great band Gong were, and when Steve Hillage arrived, they got a great big dose of guitar - wonderful...
                It's incredible how you forget stuff - this thread's a great memory-jogger.
                Rusty

                ...it's only rock n roll, but it'll fry your neurapses...

                Visit the RustyZone, folks!

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                • #23
                  Driving In this morning....


                  Count Basie Band - Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings
                  "I had a cat named Snowball
                  She died! She died!
                  Mom said she was sleeping
                  She lied! She lied!"

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                  • #24
                    My brand new remastered version of "Get Your Ya Ya's Out"!!

                    "Think I lost a button on my trousers. Hope they don't fall down. You don't want my trousers to fall down now, do ya?"
                    Proud Owner Of:

                    2002 PRS Singlecut
                    Line 6 Variax w/Roland GR30
                    Ibanez AFS75
                    1997 Anderson Drop Top Classic
                    2004 Anderson Hollow T
                    2006 Anderson Classic
                    1964 Supro Thunderbolt
                    Line 6 Vetta

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                    • #25
                      Dig it, Hoop, YaYas was the soundtrack to a good portion of my youth, had no idea it had been remastered. In my mind, its always been one of the better sounding stones records. Can't wait to hear it.

                      I used to love Midnight Rambler. So much better than the studio version.

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                      • #26
                        Currently:

                        Mozart - Requiem Mass performed by the Vienna Boys Choir

                        Howard Roberts - Various stuff

                        Dream Theater - Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Doc Wilson
                          Dig it, Hoop, YaYas was the soundtrack to a good portion of my youth, had no idea it had been remastered. In my mind, its always been one of the better sounding stones records. Can't wait to hear it.

                          I used to love Midnight Rambler. So much better than the studio version.


                          They just released all the early Stones stuff up to "Sticky Fingers" remastered. So far, I have repurchased "Ya Ya's", "Beggars Banquet", & "Let It Bleed". They are much improved.
                          Proud Owner Of:

                          2002 PRS Singlecut
                          Line 6 Variax w/Roland GR30
                          Ibanez AFS75
                          1997 Anderson Drop Top Classic
                          2004 Anderson Hollow T
                          2006 Anderson Classic
                          1964 Supro Thunderbolt
                          Line 6 Vetta

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                          • #28
                            Today's Picks:

                            1. By Faith: Waiting
                            2. Heather Clark Band: Way Gone Place

                            I can't see my forehead ....

                            Deeper Jams @ IUMA

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                            • #29
                              today:

                              Homeburned Heather Nova and Radiohead
                              What to do, what to do? My head is exploding!

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by us2bslim
                                today:

                                Homeburned Heather Nova and Radiohead
                                Rob Quail is a "home-burner" ....

                                I can't see my forehead ....

                                Deeper Jams @ IUMA

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