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General Discussion / Re: In the shade of my Stetson
« Last post by Agaton Sax on Today at 08:00:35 PM »
Yes Johan, You can add whatever You want whenever You want.

The Ramblin Gamblin Man Debut is a very good album, most Bob Seeger Albums are that, the first solo, after "the system" the one before Smoking O.P.S, is also very good, pretty worn now thou.



Those that want to smoke but seemingly never have any cigarettes is a universal species, when they ask I always offer a gigarette, most dont want my non filter type so they decline.


Ingvar

"Maak my lus" is Afrikaans but should be universal like "Trek" and "Veld"  . So I visited these 3 albums just now. To my horror. I see "River Deep" is on Mongrel not on O.P.s. Still, "Bo Diddley" , "Love the one you're with','If I were a Carpenter", "Hummin Bird"and others more than make up for that lapse.
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General Discussion / Re: In the shade of my Stetson
« Last post by Ingvar Ahlberg on Today at 07:51:50 PM »
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May I add these? Early days and raw as can be.

Yes Johan, You can add whatever You want whenever You want.

The Ramblin Gamblin Man Debut is a very good album, most Bob Seeger Albums are that, the first solo, after "the system" the one before Smoking O.P.S, is also very good, pretty worn now thou.



Those that want to smoke but seemingly never have any cigarettes is a universal species, when they ask I always offer a gigarette, most dont want my non filter type so they decline.



Ingvar
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I discovered this today. It speaks for itself, it's close to legendary within the genre and i.t.o. SQ it is quite brilliant:


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General Discussion / Re: In the shade of my Stetson
« Last post by Agaton Sax on Today at 07:07:08 PM »
May I add these? Early days and raw as can be.

IMG_0562 by jdza, on Flickr

The Bob Seger System:

 2+2-as good an anti war anthem as ever written,the wonderful Train Man. Many others. A gem of a debut

Mongrel.
Hard and loud: If the title track doesn't stick in your head for days,you Sir/Madam/Indeterminate person are dead,hear me, D-E-D.

Smokin O.P.s:
That stands for smoking  other people's. Apparently some people always bum cigarettes,never having their own. Would that be called Martin Beck syndrome in Sweden ? Whatever, here we have Detroit's finest doing other people's songs. And does he do them! Only a blithering idiot or total nut would dare tackle "River Deep,Mountain High" after Ike and Tina Turner but here Bob pulls it off with all the rumble and drama of a Hemi on nitro.
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Open Talk / Re: Neuralink
« Last post by kinosfronimos on Today at 06:44:45 PM »
What a load of  :cr@p:  Humanity (at least those sufficiently evolved) is on the cusp of evolving from being 3rd density beings into being 4th density beings. As such we will already have all those capabilities without needing artificial augmentation. Any attempt to implant anything in humans, is a covert attack on humanity and an attempt to have a means of controlling us. We in fact have those capabilities right now but, we don't realize who we actually are and what we are capable of. Some people have demonstrated these abilities and we see them as special instead of realizing that we can all do it too.
Word.

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Vinyl / Re: Whats on the TT...
« Last post by MusicMan_ZA on Today at 06:37:48 PM »
The Oscar Peterson Trio ‎– Night Train.
Verve Records ‎– V6-8538.
US, 1963.


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General Discussion / Re: In the shade of my Stetson
« Last post by Ingvar Ahlberg on Today at 06:27:32 PM »
Ok, so how about this:



Compared to this:



The original is a fantastic record, first of all the music of course but also the recording, face A recorded at Pampa Sound Studios Detroit, except track 2, Title track Night Moves and also trac 5 on face B recorded at Nimbus Nine Studios Toronto.

The first four tracks on face two is where the major difference between the original and the MOFI editions shows, those are recorded with the M.S.R.S instead of the Silver Bullet band and at Muscle Shoals Studios Alabama.

The music is not a bit better on the MOFI edition but on the 4 tracks where M.S.R.S plays it is far more obvious how good those musicians were and actually more fun to listen to, either way, a record that everybody needs, original or MOFI.

Ingvar
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Open Talk / Re: Neuralink
« Last post by Baseline on Today at 06:23:27 PM »
What a load of  :cr@p:  Humanity (at least those sufficiently evolved) is on the cusp of evolving from being 3rd density beings into being 4th density beings. As such we will already have all those capabilities without needing artificial augmentation. Any attempt to implant anything in humans, is a covert attack on humanity and an attempt to have a means of controlling us. We in fact have those capabilities right now but, we don't realize who we actually are and what we are capable of. Some people have demonstrated these abilities and we see them as special instead of realizing that we can all do it too.
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I once took a gay friend to a hi-fi shop to evaluate and possibly buy some speakers.  Knowing he was well off, I looked at the expensive stuff, at that time R300k worth

His primary criteria was the appearance, "none of those black coffin-looking jobbies, thank you" and second was whether it would sound as good lying down as opposed to standing up.  I had already primed the salesman and he naturally agreed with every point raised.

He bought a set of Sonus Faber towers, mainly I think as they were finished in gloss cream and would "match better".   They sounded ok too, thank goodness.  And he kept them upright as they didn't look at all "phallus-like" which was an important consideration I had not thought of
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Open Talk / Re: Neuralink
« Last post by Des Miles on Today at 05:59:46 PM »
When I watched them launch it live on YouTube i thought to myself “who would volunteer to have a microchip put into their brain”?


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Alas, our Simian brothers (and sisters) are stuck on the evolution chain and will always be at the mercy of us (Homo Sapiens).
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