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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
The Thin White Duke has left for the next "station". Go easy bro. This got me pretty hard. I thought he would be around forever, but it doesn't work that way. I saw him at least 3 times, the first at The Tower Theatre in Philly doing the Diamond Dogs show as well as Pittsburgh for the Station to Station tour. Ziggy Stardust changed the way I listened to rock music. The produ
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
For great live standup comedy I like "The Comedy Cellar" near NYU. at least 3 shows a night but you have to call ahead for a reservation and pay a small entry when you get there.You'll see 5 or 6 top name comics per show. It's 2 doors away from the "Cafe Wha" where Hendrix used to play before he was "discovered" by Chas Chandler. The oldest (and best) pizza
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
You can't just go for simple tourism. You have to go with a group that "studies and/or visits places for educational or research purposes". It's kind of a scam. A little on line search and you will find lots of "services" that offer these "travel programs".
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Quote24FPS Jeez. Is it that big a deal, for whatever reason? 26 years is a long f-ing time to be on any one gig. Maybe she's made enough dough that she can afford to do her own thing, finally. Were making such a big thing over something so insignificant to the overall history of the band. The people who REALLY mattered spent much shorter periods of time with them. Honestly, I see backup sing
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
The optimism (and naivete) in this thread is contagious. I suspect this new record will be as good as Exile On Main Street. I wonder what the name of the new CD will be? I'm thinking "Return To Main Street".
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Absolutely love them. You can't say too much about that band. Knopfler is a genius. Too many incredible songs to list. I saw their Brothers In Arms tour (their last tour) and was absolutely floored. If you haven't seen the CD of this tour you will not be disappointed. What makes Knopler's guitar playing so good and so unique was that he played the electric guitar without a pick
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Finally !><
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
I think you've just about said it all.....
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
The Pandora "Channels" are MUCH better than Spotify. More channels. More variety. More specificity.
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
That's funny. The medium of the music video is almost completely dead. When they were at their peak in the 80's everyone complained that it was debasing the integrity of the artists and the music industry overall. Now hardly anyone watches music videos. Digital music turned the industry on it's head with free downloading. Now streaming music is all the rage and at least some
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
As far as FREE versions, Pandora is much better than Spotify. As far as PAY versions. I wouldn't know. Which begs the questions : How many Pay Levels do each have and how much money for each?
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
I had Spotify but shit-canned it after I tried Pandora. I think Pandora is MUCH better.
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
wonder what she looks like today
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Sooooooo. I took the empty sleeve case and receipt back to the store and they gave me no problem. In fact the woman said she'd seen this sort of problem before so I wasn't the first person who bought an empty CD case. I could get another Sgt. Pepper (or whatever) or a cash refund or re-credit my bank card. Since they had no more Sgt. Peppers (or Let It Be) I took the cash refund......B
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
It's " Mary, dressed, waits..."
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
This weekend I bought a Sgt. Peppers CD at WalMart. When I opened it up today to play it on my PC while I worked I was flabbergasted to find that there was NO CD IN THE SLEEVE! (and, yes, I inspected every crack and crevice of the sleeve) WTF! I've never had this happen to me before and I've never heard of it happening to anyone else. Have you ever heard of this? And, by the way, why a
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
I think it's his appearance. especially his hair ..... or more specifically his lack of hair...as well as his FM/AOR friendly pop music. People like some sort of "edge" to their Rock/Pop musicians and he just seemed to lack any of that...in spades. He looked too much like the friend your mother liked best. too clean, too polite, too successful....you name it. He was a fine singer/s
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Killer record. I actually like it more and more as the years roll by because nobody makes this kind of music anymore. I actually just bought a new CD of this about 6 months ago. It's a real "desert island" disc for me. For me it's also a great piece of psychedelia to my ears, up there with A Space In Time, Benefit and Sgt. Pepper. The song writing, performance and production a
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
I see where Yes is launching a rather big tour here in the States any day now but I haven't seen a word about who will be playing bass since the recent passing of Chris Squire. Their own website doesn't mention it. Anyway, just wanted to know if anyone heard anything. just curious. it looks like this will be a strange lineup with only 1 or 2 semi-original band members in the band. Peace
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Awesome! Now I wonder what other sleeves you could do this with.
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Wow. Though I guess it's not too surprising as all of our Rock heroes and icons are in their seventies now. Chris was definitely in the top 5 rock bassists of all time and was instrumental in creating a whole new genre of rock music. I saw them in their heyday on the Fragile and Close To The Edge tours. He and the whole band at that time were incredible.......Go easy bro...
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Whenever I hear that single banging tom-tom drum beat I know I'm in for some hipster crap dejour...... boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom......
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Just Boo them off the stage like we did to Babe Ruth when they opened for Roxy Music at the Academy Of Music in New York back in '75. (That reminds me. I need to start a new thread asking if anyone remembers seeing an act booed off the stage at a concert.)
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
This does NOT sound good for The Who OR their fans. I'd bet there is very little information coming out of The Who camp and the Website because Pete and the rest are absolutely floored by Roger's physical and vocal problems. I could sense something was not 100% with Roger at the Austin show. He moved slowly and seemed "stiff". He's obviously feeling discomfort AND his voc
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
QuoteMr.D QuoteMr.D AXS TV is going to broadcast part of this show next Saturday night, May 2nd...I wonder how much of it? Have you ever heard of Kodi TV? I use it on my laptop to stream every movie, TV show, music to my smart TV! They have a free PPV site on there, planning to use it to get the fight for free! Sounds awesome. Can you give some more details? website? Up side? Down side? Than
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Just saw The Who last night in Austin. My valuable insights follow : Background : I am a Huge Who fan (since Live At Leeds) but have never seen them before. I was very excited. Joan Jett : Another one of my Bucket-List artists. This was my first time to see Joan. She started playing about 15-20 minutes after the advertised show time and played for a little over 30 minutes covering all of h
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
My first Stones show. Philadelphia (The Spectrum) On the floor, about 5 people away from the stage. Incredible set, incredible show. It was the biggest party I've ever been to.
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Saw my first show in '75 and all subsequent tours up to and including Bridges To Babylon. What stands out to me was "festival seating" on the floor, meaning there were no seats or chairs on the floor and all other seating was first come/first served. If you had the wherewithal you could make your way to the front of the stage and smell the sweat. It was incredible. Thanks to the tr
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7 ***years ***ago
Bungo
Quote2120Wolf Quotefuzzbox The stones can end anytime you want them to, simply stop listening or paying attention to them from which ever point you wish them to cease to exist. Woaaa Fuzzbox are you a prophet ??? I'm thinking he's an existential philosopher.
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