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Open and listen to the CNN interview by John Ondrasik about "giving back!" (It may take a moment to load, but worth the wait)
http://news.search.yahoo.com/search/news?p=+john+ondrasik&ei=UTF-8&x=wrt&c=av
Click:
Play
Singer honors troops

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Just had to respond because I have Peter Gunn literally on the turntable as I saw this thread... I'm recording it to my computer so I can clean it up and put it on CD... earlier I did the Breakfast at Tiffany's ST.
 
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Phil Spector's Christmas Album, in the original Mono Version! This contains all the songs we heard on the radio when we were kids.
 
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I mean the great Brian Wilson.

Do you know, Brian says his favourite song of all time is Be My Baby, by the great Phil Spector.

He goes to our church. Brian, not Phil.


"Live Forever!"
 
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Dear Doug,

I bought the Brian Wilson Xmas CD just this week! This was after hearing "Deck the Halls" from that album on the radio. I played the CD for a friend, and he went out and bought one, too. Brian's voice sounds great. For those not familiar with the album, it includes some Beach Boys Christmas Songs, traditional songs, and some new tunes written by Brian. Yes, I agree with you, the Great Brian Wilson. Catch Brian Wilson on the Kennedy Centers Honors show on December 26, 2007.
 
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I think I just graduated to a new medium so this thread may have to be changed to "On the i-pod touch". I got one for Christmas and I love it, been listening to a lot of sixties rock but also much jazz. I still adore my records though! Some tenants that I had moved and left an old stack of audio equipment from the eighties. Nice turntable minus a needle, equalizer, amp, cd player & cassette player, stereo, no speakers though. I plugged them all in and tentatively tried them out and I think it will just need minor repairs and cleaning. My next big venture is going to be transferring the lps to a digital format. Happy New Year to all especially Ray!


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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Rocket, "Seashells" in your ears!
My 11yr. old is on my case to get my vinyl collection(salvaged - thanks to you!) on to his mp3!
All he needs is this stuff:
http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-10163_7-6226087-1.html
I even have a pre-amp as advised in the video.
Oh, great! Rocky. Here I go again...

Image the technology of the next 5-10yrs!!!
 
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fjp, so true about seashells in your ears & Martian singing books too! I hope the technilogical advances in all areas continues. I wish it would go faster in the alternate energy department for sure. I tried to do our first vinyl night at our new store Friday but the new l.p. player they bought sounded horrible and the speed would both increase and decrease so it was a flop unfortunately.


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

rocketsummer@insightbb.com
 
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Some work to do at the screen?

Jazz in our time: Magnificent. Ah, "Summertime!"

Hear, here:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=18155906

Or, Incomparable Brubeck: This is a "5 Star" performance! Give it a try, Sundance!
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=14592776

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A bit of digging led to this, which some of you may already have marked: (many more vaults of music & genres): http://www.npr.org/templates/archives/archive.php?thingId=1109

Rocky, DS, listening to Otis Taylor now.
 
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fjp451 wrote:
"Or, Incomparable Brubeck: This is a "5 Star" performance! Give it a try, Sundance!"

I was there, Butch!
See my post on 25 September 2007 09:07 AM
 
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How about that! (I do remember the 9/07 exchanges, also.)

Deja vu all over again. My assumption per your enjoying this DB has been proven accurate. I guess I'll need to get up "two hours before sunrise" - but then would most likely find the camp fire well flamed and the coffee just coming to a boil.
 
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The great John Prine. Listen now for free!


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