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Herm!


"Live Forever!"
 
Posts: 6892 | Location: 11 South Saint James Street, Green Town, Illinois | Registered: 02 October 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Obviously I've been listening to a lot of Michael Jackson, with the inevitable side effect of Osmonds. Latest great listen is Let Freedom Sing!, the Time/Life musical history of the Civil Rights movement.
 
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Blue Oyster Cult, Godzilla

I got some new tattoos recently. I already had three older ones and I got five more in the last six months. I am designing my ninth one, it is to be 451 in black triangular block numerals on my left hand with flames crawling up my arm. =) note; my knuckles say rock and roll, B.O.C. logo on my right hand, Pink Floyd hammers on left forearm, Dead Kennedy's on my right. Also of note is my Somnething Wicked poster visible in background. I will post that when I get it finished.


She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...

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Hey Rock, the Bouchard boys were from my hometown!
Ever hear of Ed Wool or Ronnie Dio? These guys played all the clubs along the river for many summers before making it to the big stage. Great R&R music.

(I was also able to brag that my "Green"town gave birth to the original Woolworth's 5&10c store.)
 
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That's awesome fjp! On all accounts. =)


She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...

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Also of note is my Somnething Wicked poster visible in background


Hey, Rocky, better watch the spelling on those tats!
They're fairly permanent, you know.
 
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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Double LP Vinyl by Elton John. Picked this one up yesterday at a garage sale, for the bargain price of 50 cents, while on my daily walk. Seems to be more and more garage sales these days.
 
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Nothing like a good Halloween tune: Monster Mash by Bobby Pickett courtesy of Sara Karloff.

http://www.karloff.com/GS.html


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Rolling Stone Magazine was first published on this date in 1967.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolling_Stone


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lA0zR8si4TY

Oh, yes! When popular music was music and lyrics made sense!
 
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I always like to put on my favorite Thanksgiving song: Alice's Restaurant by Arlo Guthrie.


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Thirty years ago today, Pink Floyd's The Wall was released.


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Thirty years ago today, Pink Floyd's The Wall was released.


Thanks, John, that's made me feel really old: it seems like only yesterday!


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you guys really need to listen to more popular music like nickelback or 3 doorsdown.
 
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Thirty years ago today, Pink Floyd's The Wall was released.


Why not listen today?


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