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John R. Hall
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  • ScottMP
    ScottMP Member Posts: 5,884
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    Saturday Morning

    in the office alone, no calls, no questions and I've got YES cranking on the stereo ( oh wait its a CD player now )

    "Close to the edge, down by the river "

    I use to love these guys, still do.

    " I'll be the roundabout ... "

    " In and around the lake, Moutains come out of the sky ... "

    I saw them about four times, Great Musicians. For you youngsters, this is back when musicians could actually play instruments.

    Whats in your cd player ? ( should be an ad on TV )

    Scott " starship trooper " Milne

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  • Wayco Wayne_2
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    Ha!

    Rock on Scott. When I want to rock out I go back to the Crosby Stills Nash and Young live album, 4 Way Street. Put on the Southern man jam, and break out my air guitar. How long, how long, baaaack. Twaaang. Them old hippies could rock. WW

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  • ScottMP
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    Thats

    A GREAT ALBUM .... I need that on CD.

    Theres today purchase, thanks Wayne :)

    Carry On !

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  • Weezbo
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    Wow its 4 a.m. again*~/:)

    How time flew , who would guess it would be 2005 one day ...today could go long if i am to get anything done...

    in the mornings the kamakazi pilots arent on the road maybe i t willl be a good thing one day .our population around here has turned all the roads to pavement in a scant 35 years... just remembering all the moose trails they used to call roads....:)
  • Robert O'Connor_12
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    The revealing science of god

    Dawn of light.............


    Great band, saw them at Nassau Colosseum in the round and other times.

    Robert O'Connor/NJ
  • Jeremy_3
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    got the Stones Beggars Banquet going to be followed by The Who - Then & Now 1964-2004
  • hr
    hr Member Posts: 6,106
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    A blast from the past

    Yes songs remind me of a Canadian gal I used to date when I lived in the Buffalo area :) Thanks, now I will have that song in my mind all day!!

    Check out the PBS special on the '60's for some good flashback. Talk about wild times. Watch it with your kids!

    Old classics and seldom unheard oldies are found on a bunch of the Sirius stations. I heard Humble Pie's "30 days in the hole" just the other day. Haven't heard that tune in 30 years :)

    hot rod

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  • Robert O'Connor_12
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    hot rod

    Where did you live up there? I lived in Gowanda for a spell.
    beautiful up there isn't it.


    Robert O'Connor/NJ
  • Al Corelli
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    Frank Zappa - Apostrophe

    Pretty weird. I've never met Weezbo, but when I hear "Yellow Snow" I think of him, out in a blizzard, installing (lashing) a boiler.

    This place is OK.
  • steve gates
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    Charlie Daniels in the truck, George Stait in my wifes truck
  • ScottMP
    ScottMP Member Posts: 5,884
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  • Weezbo
    Weezbo Member Posts: 6,232
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    Dont eat Tha Yellow snow *~/:)

    great advise from the dude who lived down the street from me in L.A.:)
  • Todd_13
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    Back when I was a sound engineer, I worked for them on a morning show. Steve Howe was so high on weed at 7am that he couldn't answer a single question that the host asked. Didn't seem to hurt his playing at all.
  • Steamhead (in transit)
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    Don't forget Sheik Yerbouti

    on which the Baltimore-born Zappa shreds the disco craze....

    "The beat goes on and I'm so wroooooonnnnnggggggg........"

    But as always, Springsteen is in my CD player!
  • Wayco Wayne_2
    Wayco Wayne_2 Member Posts: 2,479
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    Zappa was great!

    A musical genius. "I should be moving to Montana soon, to raise me up a crop of dental floss. Raising it up...chopping it down, in a little white box that I can sell up town. By myself I wouldnt have no boss, but I'd be raising my lonely dental floss" Zappa won his first music competition playing on a bicycle wheel full of tuned spokes. I gotta set up my lp turntable and dig that stuff out. WW

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  • Paul Pollets
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    One of my favorites

    remember seeing Zappa live at the Cafe Wha in the Village when I was 15. That was 1966 or '67? Also saw the Mothers' live at the Halloween concert at the Fillmore East when he had Howie Kalen from the Turtles in the band. When the band did the Turtles hits (ala Zappa) the crowd almost tore the house apart. He was a great one.

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  • ScottMP
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    I saw Zappa

    in Boston at the Music Hall in 75. He was doing alot fo stuff from Overnight Sensation !

    Dina Moe Hum, Dina Moe Hum, Wheres that Dino Moe comin from...

    I am Gross and perferted, I am obsessed and deranged, I have exsited for years but very little has changed, I'm the tool of the Goverment and industry too .....

    Ahhh Frank we need you now :)

    Now this is good Sat. Wall talk .

    Tomorrow we can all go down to St. Alfonsos Pancake Breakfast ( were I stole the margerine )

    Scott

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  • John Conway
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    It was about the same time

    Perhaps a bit earlier, I bought Freak Out on a whim. Who ARE the brain police?

    We must be about the same age (54 now). Bought it on my way up to my grandparents' house (where I now live with an old steam system). No telling what my dear grandparents thought, but they still loved me (Granddad was the best fishing partner ever).
  • Anthony Menafro
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    Zappa, Suicide Chump(You are what you is)

    There are three things that smeel like fish, one of them is fish, the other two are growing on youuuuuu! What other two?
    Anthony
  • Anthony Menafro
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    Zappa, Suicide Chump(You are what you is)

    There are three things that smeel like fish, one of them is fish, the other two are growing on youuuuuu! What other two?
    Anthony
  • Gordy
    Gordy Member Posts: 9,546
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    Bring On the YES

    Best concert ever I have been to. Cleanest Loudest sound ever. Wide age group range 14 to 60 years old. "Yours is No Disgrace". Its all good. Talk about a talented group of musicians.
  • J.C.A._3
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    We could jam in Joe's garage.....

    His momma was screamin' TURN IT DOWN....

    The followup rip to Sheik Yerbooti....Catholic Girls.

    I got me 3 beers and a fistfull of downs and I'm gonna get ripped so..... Scott your right, we do need some kind of cynical look inward at this point. Chris
  • Ted_9
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    music

    I'm a bit younger and grew up in the 80's. I'm just now getting back into it.

    In my cd changer:

    Van Halen: Assorted Best of cd's
    Bob Marley: Survival and Legend
    Alternative 80's cd
    One cd of kids songs for when my son travels with me.

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  • jackchips_2
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    Saw

    the Chairman of the Board open the Worcester Centrum. DCU Center now.

    Ooops. Sorry, wrong crowd.

    Lost much of my hearing to Elton.

    Jack

    ahh, did someone say something?
  • Steamhead (in transit)
    Steamhead (in transit) Member Posts: 6,688
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    Was he the guy

    who also did "Ahhh, Leah"?
  • Steamhead (in transit)
    Steamhead (in transit) Member Posts: 6,688
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    Whyyyy does it Hurrrt when I

    never mind!
  • Robert O'Connor_12
    Robert O'Connor_12 Member Posts: 728
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    Zappa on Halloween

    God I wish I could remember the year. The ticket said 8 o'clock sharp but Zappa didn't come on till 12:15. I left at 7:00 am to go to work.

    soon the room was filling with flys..

    Billy was a mountain!

    Robert O'Connor/NJ
  • John R. Hall
    John R. Hall Member Posts: 2,246
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    You got it Steamhead

    Crankin' music.
  • J.C.A._3
    J.C.A._3 Member Posts: 2,981
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    Frank.....

    I got it from the toilet se-eeeeeeeat,I got it fom the toilet se-eeeeeeeaT, It jumped right up, and grabbed my.....

    I got it from the toilet seat.....IYEyeyey...

    Toni Carboni, with a tounge like a cow she could make you go WOW. Maybe I'm too old?

    VD vowdee voodie,all the wayyyyy, that's the way they go... Chris
  • Rich P.
    Rich P. Member Posts: 60
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    Crosby,stills, nash

    Almost cut my hair, its gettin' kinda long
  • Al Corelli
    Al Corelli Member Posts: 454
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    I guess we have some Zappa fans here?



    Cath-olic Girls, with the tiny little moustache......



    Oh! And the whole "Hot Rats" album is great!

    I also listen to XM radio while in the truck (my work truck has a KICK **** Stereo).
    The Reggae station is very good.

    I also have a 60 gig hard disk in the van with music I obtained online before it was illegal. Everything from Jimmy Roselli to Corrosion of Conformity.
    I like it ALL.
  • pitman9
    pitman9 Member Posts: 74
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    Lynyrd Skynyrd

  • J.C.A._3
    J.C.A._3 Member Posts: 2,981
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    So.

    What is the ugliest part of your body?

    Al, apparenttly there are some Zappa fans here.

    Did anyone listen to NPR today? On the great program..What do you know, was a great recording of one of their reporters,(A real old timer who's name escapes me right now) singing on stage with Mr. Zappa.

    I was finishing up a steamer, and only heard a bit of it while working.

    Like I said earlier,we need someone right now to make ourselves , in a roundabout way, look inward. Frank had the magic to do it in record form,and thanks to Rykodisc, his talent has been digitally recorded, and it has been able to pass from generation to generation. He hired them to do it.( I saw him dining with the reps in Salem Ma. one night about 8 months before he passed on ).

    Check out their web site if you want any of the Zappa collection. The other source is Rhino records. They also have a few "rare" and live recordings that are worth the efforts.

    RIPFZ. Chris.
  • Timco
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    One word......
    Aqualung

    T
    Just a guy running some pipes.
  • Chuck_23
    Chuck_23 Member Posts: 8
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    Zappa

    Since we're in a heating forum, how about some "Hot Rats"
  • Dave_22
    Dave_22 Member Posts: 232
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    All good,all good!!If you want to here some newer music from some outstanding musicians- DAVE MATTHEWS BAND!!!! "under the table and dreaming CD" or Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds "Live at Luther College"- for a complete acoustical jam!!!!
  • Supply House Rick
    Supply House Rick Member Posts: 1,404
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    Zappa

    Is that a real ponco or a Sears poncho? hmmmm no foolin'
  • Supply House Rick
    Supply House Rick Member Posts: 1,404
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    Zappa is King

    Saw YES at least 5 times in 70's to early 80's. Tremendous!
    Just blasted "Muffin Man" from Bongo Fury...Here it is.

    The Muffin Man is seated at the table in the laboratory of the Utility Muffin Research Kitchen... Reaching for an oversized chrome spoon he gathers an intimate quantity of dried muffin remnants and brushing his scapular aside procceds to dump these inside of his shirt...
    He turns to us and speaks:

    "SOME PEOPLE LIKE CUPCAKES BETTER. I FOR ONE CARE LESS FOR THEM!"

    Arrogantly twisting the sterile canvas snoot of a fully charged icing anointment utensil he poots forths a quarter-ounce green rosette (oh ah yuk yuk... let's try that again...!) He poots forth a quarter-ounce green rosette near the summit of a dense but radiant muffin of his own design.
    Later he says:

    "SOME PEOPLE... SOME PEOPLE LIKE CUPCAKES EXCLUSIVELY, WHILE MYSELF, I SAY THERE IS NAUGHT NOR OUGHT THERE BE NOTHING SO EXALTED ON THE FACE OF GOD'S GREY EARTH AS THAT PRINCE OF FOODS... THE MUFFIN!"

    Girl you though he was a man
    But he was a muffin
    He hung around till you found
    That he didn't know nuthin'

    Girl you thought he was a man
    But he only was a-puffin'
    No cries is heard in the night
    As a result of him stuffin'

    Bruce Fowler on trombone, Napoleon Murphy Brock on tenor sax, and lead vocals, Terry Bozzio on drums, Tom Fowler on bass, Denny Walley on slide, George Duke on keyboards, Captain Beefheart on vocals, and soprano sax, and madness. Thank you very much for coming to the concert tonight. Hope you enjoyed it. Goodnight Austin, Texas, where ever you are.



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  • ScottMP
    ScottMP Member Posts: 5,884
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    Hear

    let me sterlize it ... give me your lighter.

    Only the best for my dog.

    Glad you guys had fun on the weekend. I forget how much I love music.

    Now back to your regulary schedule website.

    " I'm the slim ozzing out from your TV set ".


    Scott

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  • Wayco Wayne_2
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    Ah yes

    How many people thought the floutist in the band was named Jethro Tull. Ian Anderson is now a Salmon Farmer in Scotland. Just like Pink Floyd, "Oh by the Way which one's Pink." I used to play Locomotive breath on my acoutic guitar at parties. Amazing how many people knew the words and would join in. "Crawling down the corridor, on his hands and knees. My god he took the handle...and the train it won't stop going no way to slow down." WW

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