They had platinum foot chocks and leather arm rests on the ST's in
Most native north americans STILL use the squat method and their colon
cancer instances are less than single digit but most of the newborns
end up with flat heads......
Oh oh, I feel a song coming on...
"Around the strangers moved, the shouts I felt within
New panoramas seen (I loved it as it was)
Forests of pylons built, the scaffolding is raised
And how the men pursue their worrk
They act convinced of freedom
Crossed over by the bridge
The brook was running ill
We recognised the place - places we knew as children
We wept upon the sights, and progress tore our hearts
Fences divide the land, homes boxed like rabbit hutches
Goodbye to the village..."
(FLAC file format)
...What is Montreal concrete? Is that like Montreal smoked meat?
I can get you started right here:
Next week I'll be posting a full bass rig, stick, amp, processor.
Then an Epiphone acoustic 12 string.
Then a Roland multi-keyboard rig, complete.
By late Feb you'll have everything to get rolling on your world tour.
Cleaning out the office.......
I just saw your pics. Percussion was my first love, but I lived in a
relatively small apartment, so went the synth/recording route... Yes,
my spoons were stainless steel. But they-a made a good sound on my
Yeah, with age comes appreciation.
I listen to Glenn Miller frequently, ain't that sumthin?
No PIerre, not that *trailer for rent* guy. LOL
Tho I listen to him now and then too.
"Ya load 16 tons, waddya get? Another day older and deeper in debt, st
peter don'tcha call me caue I can't go......"
every morning at the mine you could see him arrive he stood 6'6 and
weighed 245 kinda broad at the shoulder and narrow at the hip and
everybody knew ya didn't give no lip
Awhile back we drove into Vegas
Maybe I should qualify that with never liked what I've heard. It would
be easier to visit his work if there wasn't so much new (often non-
commercial) talent to be had for free online.
Killing Joke, 808 State, The Cocteau Twins, Boards of Canada, and
Frontline Assembly were acts that I completely missed that I have
visited though, but only the 'Twins caught any significant interest so
I'd like to go back further back to the 60's and before to see what's
there. I've downloaded and had the Byrds' '8 Miles High' as well as
Abba's 'Chiquitita' for a time too. I used to like some ELO.
I'd ask for oldie recommendations, but we may have different tastes. :)
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