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Don wrote:

"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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right now:)

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Don wrote:

"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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I just went back through the entire thread and checked all the links/vids, lots of great classics!  Some I've heard as a kid and just couldn't be bothered with but now as I've aged and my musical tastes have expanded I find some to be really good.

@fishinfool - wow, haven't heard Sailing & Drive in ages!  Good stuff man, good stuff.

EDIT:  Here's some CCR right back at ya:

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Although this not a song.

This guys skills are way beyond his 16 years.

He builds slowly, then......woah.

Try to listen with headphones if possible.

Enjoy

http://youtu.be/bHDjGtj18X0

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Vectrex wrote:

Lately I enjoy bass covers by kaBASS2009 very much , can't exactly tell why.... maybe he is just awesome Wink .... anyhow

Thanks a tonne for posting these.  I'm a huge fan of the slap bass - even named one of my cats Bootsy Collins.

I have some great live Mark King solo stuff from the 80's, if you're interested.  PM me an email addy, and I'll send you some links.  

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turboBB wrote:

I just went back through the entire thread and checked all the links/vids, lots of great classics!  Some I've heard as a kid and just couldn't be bothered with but now as I've aged and my musical tastes have expanded I find some to be really good.

@fishinfool - wow, haven't heard Sailing & Drive in ages!  Good stuff man, good stuff.

EDIT:  Here's some CCR right back at ya:

 

I grew up on 70's and 80's stuff which I think are 2 of the best decades in music and I never get tired of it.  

 

CCR =

 

 

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I had the biggest crush on Blondie which lasted for years. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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Nice fishinfool. Here is my crush.

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First heard this years ago in the film "Manhunter". Someone uploaded a beautiful slideshow of pictures to Youtube to accompany the music, but seems they've had to delete it for 'legal objections'. Damn shame. Can still enjoy the music, though.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O226dqx10dg&feature=related

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fishinfool, those Blondie songs are all classics but this remains one of my fav by her:

Currently listening to:

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I just can't stop listening, as some claim the best rock band in our former country (yugoslavia) Unfortunately almost all members are long gone Cry from various reasons but all of them were much too young to die Frown

You are all my pain: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuKmGU7P98I

I managed to make quick translation, hope you can make sense of it and feel part of atmosphere.

 

You're taking curtains apart

Looking at the promised city

Lights are starting to shine

Lust tingles in you

Demons are still hiding,
peeping out of your sleeves

mmmm...

Every fingernail hides poison of love

You are all my pain x5

all my pain
all my pain

You're questioning oblivion
Taking down alibi

Choosing roll as you're evening dress

Passing by, scent of the night touches me
and speaks

Wake up, get moving
Wake up, get moving

You are all my pain...

 

 

 

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haha, dirty deeds - love it.

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turboBB wrote:

fishinfool, those Blondie songs are all classics but this remains one of my fav by her:

Currently listening to:

 

I like!

 

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Still sounds good after all these years

http://youtu.be/I_3cKvxDDmM

Gone but not forgotten

http://youtu.be/fC71fFdCsbk

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Don wrote:

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"someone i used to know" it is a nice song i like 

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Although this one might be more appropriate today:

"In the land of the blond the one eyed man is king."

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Suncoaster wrote:

 

Although this one might be more appropriate today:

 

You beat me to it - I was just about to post that one!

 

 

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Anybody like Humble Pie? Here's a great video of them doing Black Coffee live in the studio. In case you are wondering, that's Dave "Clem" Clempson on Guitar 

RIP Steve Marriott and Greg Ridley

http://youtu.be/ylviT4C0cmQ

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jacktheclipper wrote:

And listen to this , it's important

I've been collecting about every version of it for years. I cherish the one you posted especially. Really gorgeous variations by both Desmond and Brubeck!

It has such an enduring appeal that even Jamaican dub pioneer King Tubby and The Aggrovators used the theme, re-arranged for flute, in 1975: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0KO3zyJRwo

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