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My God What Have You Done

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Coming Undone

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Ok, those of you that know me, know that I have been going through all the old vinyl music that Joe has collected over the years and have been transferring it to digital music on the computer. This has been going real well and the side effect is that I

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:wub: I love you too Beautiful! :wub:

 

Thanks for 'getting in line' and for snuggling with me, but I swear... I don't care how much I love you or how cute you are... if you bring those ants... :ph34r:

 

Hugs,

Vivian

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Hey Eric :wub:

 

Yes Jethro Tull - Aqualung is a good song :D

 

Hmm have to find dad's records, and Yes I know what a vinyl is :P I use to have a cheap record player.

 

Send my regards to the gang.

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Jethro Tull. I have had the Vinyl. I bought the cassette tape.(cassette tapes were the format between vinyl records and CD's--kids will recognize them from their parents old cars). I have also bought the CD.

 

Cross Eyed Mary and Locomotice Breath are 2 of my favorite JT songs :D And Aqualung just rocks!

 

 

 

 

B)

 

 

PS Hey eric, If you come across any Cheech & Chong in the vinyl, Please let me know! I have been searching for a few from one of their albums and having no luck at all.

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Hey Eric! :D

 

Hehehe, thanks! I don't think I'm going to wait a whole year though! I'm going to give it another shot this weekend :boy:

 

When I was a kid my older cousin (not THAT much older though, only like 7 years) gave me a turntable and several records of "The Care Bears" (I have no idea how she got ahold it). Anyway given that I was quite young at the time I had actually never personally used cds or cassettes. Then I believe I actually did use cassetts more for awhile before switching to cds. So actually I got to go through all 3 phases in the right order :P:boy:

 

Incidently it might not be wise giving a 6 year old records. I remember I enjoyed playing them, but eventually I found out what nifty frisbees they made! :blink:

 

Anyway have an awesome day and take care! :D

Kevin

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I see you've been studying ancient historical music. There is quite a lot of it that's good. I would suggest: Pink Floyd (the Wall, Dark Side of the Moon, Animals & Wish You Were Here), Yes (Fragile, the Yes Album,Tales of Topographic Oceans), the Who (Who Are You, Who's Next), the Doors (the Doors, Strange Days, LA Woman) and, Jimi Hendrix (Are You Experienced, Electric Ladyland & All Along the Watchtower).

 

That'll make a proper hippie out of you. All you would need is bell bottomed jeans and a tie-died shirt. Oh yeah- don't forget the lava lamp. :D

 

 

JS

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I see you've been studying ancient historical music. There is quite a lot of it that's good. I would suggest: Pink Floyd (the Wall, Dark Side of the Moon, Animals & Wish You Were Here), Yes (Fragile, the Yes Album,Tales of Topographic Oceans), the Who (Who Are You, Who's Next), the Doors (the Doors, Strange Days, LA Woman) and, Jimi Hendrix (Are You Experienced, Electric Ladyland & All Along the Watchtower). :D

JS

 

Hey everybody

You made me young again :great:

The advantage of my age : I still have in a closet with about 400 vinyl speed 33, 45 and even the hard disks 78 !!! with all these titles and a lot more. You forget Black Sabbath, the Beattles, and all the famous jazz men (Diggy Dillesby, Mez Mezzrow, the Dixilands, Sydney Bechett, Django Reinhart, and.. the Duke and Louis...

I never gave away the old machines to listen all these titles, but I didnt take the time to go back to my collection.

Thanks for the tip :worship: , for me, this music is neither ancient nor historical, but still alive, as I am.

Old Bob

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