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  1. #4096
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Thanks!

    Lol. Yes. Mad Season. Mad river is a ski mountain.
    Long Gone Days is one of my favorite songs. I love how they split it and you get to hear both sing but that chorus has Staley's creepy high range along with Lannegan's low gravel.

    Are you a fan of Nick Cave?
    Can't say I'm especially familiar with Cave. I know the name but couldn't tell you much about him other than he had a band called Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.

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    Coronavirus politics and news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJBASEBALL22 View Post
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    Trump sucks donkey balls.

    Is that better for you?



    Ignorance is bliss

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJBASEBALL22 View Post
    Haha. I can just tell u are a hater. Dog whistling the racists lol. Oh Trump is such a jerk lol

    Guess u didn’t listen to Trump’s speech following Charlottesville, just repeating what u heard on CNN


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    Seriously? Did you hear the speech? " You also had some very fine people on both sides.”

    Unite the Right (the very fine people) were explicitly organized and branded as a far-right, racist, and white supremacist event by far-right racist white supremacists. This was clear for months before the march actually occurred. Trying to recast the rally instead as a sort of spontaneous outpouring from Confederate statue enthusiasts, Trump is rewriting history.

    More very fine people in Charlottesville: https://twitter.com/sarahtoy17/statu...80455908212739

    BTW, I rarely watch TV, except Yankee BB. I get my news by reading and researching - not watching!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Do you know Clapton is the guitar lead on "Pros and Cons of hitchhiking"?

    Or that Savoy Truffle is all about Clapton and Harrison eating a box of chocolates?

    And lastly, the George is the guitar player on "Badge"?

    I saw digable planets live in New Orleans at Tipatinas in the early 90s. They rolled with a full band and the samples were live. It was fantastic. Ladybug was super hot.
    I knew 1 and 3, but not #2.

    What band did Clapton, Page and Beck all play with during their early careers?


    PS. Saw Jeff Beck recently. Man can still play. A true virtuoso.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    The first two Foo albums were the only ones I cared much for. Very cool thing about the first Foo album is that Grohl played every instrument himself on it. Found out just recently that he actually recorded some of that album and played the band's first gig up in Humboldt County, CA of all places.



    Nah, SLTS wasn't nearly that old at the time it dropped on MTV. It was written between 1990 and 1991. I was an absolute Nirvana nut when I first got in to music and playing guitar.
    I’d double check when SLTS was written....it was earlier than just during the NEVERMIND recording sessions.....if I remember correctly it was around 1986-88 when it was being played live....now it was a different sounding song than on NEVERMIND, same structure but no doubt different.
    My favorite Top 10 Rolling Stones songs
    1. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo ( Heartbreaker)
    2. Gimme Shelter
    3. Miss You
    4. Angie
    5. Sympathy for the Devil
    6. Anybody seen my Baby
    7. Paint it Black
    8. Rock and a Hard Place
    9. (I can’t get no) Satisfaction
    10. Undercover of the Night


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    Quote Originally Posted by rrzubnyy View Post
    I’d double check when SLTS was written....it was earlier than just during the NEVERMIND recording sessions.....if I remember correctly it was around 1986-88 when it was being played live....now it was a different sounding song than on NEVERMIND, same structure but no doubt different.
    I double checked before answering. What I wrote is correct, what you are saying is incorrect. This is one of the biggest songs of an entire decade and it is very easy to find information about. Polly dates back to '88 and some of Nirvana's other songs were created during this period but not SLTS.

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    Rock and roll trivia.

    "The First Cut Is The Deepest" a hit song for several different artists, including P.P. Arnold (#18 in the UK in 1967), Keith Hampshire (#1 in Canada in 1973), Rod Stewart (#1 in the UK in 1976), Papa Dee (#5 in Sweden in 1995) and Sheryl Crow (#14 in the US in 2003).

    Who wrote it in 1967. NO Cheating!

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    The first group to be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame ?

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    The Beach Boys had two Billboard Top Ten hits in 1964 that consisted of just one word repeated three times, name them.

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    In October, 1979, The Guinness Book of World Records named him / her as the most successful composer of all time for writing 43 songs that sold over a million copies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    Seriously? Did you hear the speech? " You also had some very fine people on both sides.”

    Unite the Right (the very fine people) were explicitly organized and branded as a far-right, racist, and white supremacist event by far-right racist white supremacists. This was clear for months before the march actually occurred. Trying to recast the rally instead as a sort of spontaneous outpouring from Confederate statue enthusiasts, Trump is rewriting history.

    More very fine people in Charlottesville: https://twitter.com/sarahtoy17/statu...80455908212739

    BTW, I rarely watch TV, except Yankee BB. I get my news by reading and researching - not watching!
    So u didn’t head is speech then? Just read what CNN posted? Because the very next sentence out of his mouth after he muttered the famous “fine people”, he condemned the racists in attendance.

    He says (after being asked a question):
    “Excuse me, they didn’t put themselves down as neo-Nazis, and you had some very bad people in that group. But you also had people that were very fine people on both sides. You had people in that group – excuse me, excuse me, I saw the same pictures you did. You had people in that group that were there to protest the taking down of, to them, a very, very important statue and the renaming of a park from Robert E. Lee to another name.”

    The very next sentence was: “I’m not talking about the neo-Nazis and white nationalists because they should be condemned totally.”

    Let’s break it down...
    Racists, KkK, and neo-nazis are bad. People who aren’t racist and peacefully protesting are alright. Hence by your logic, he is telling Klansmen and neo-nazis that they are awesome. Sounds like it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    Seriously? Did you hear the speech? " You also had some very fine people on both sides.”

    Unite the Right (the very fine people) were explicitly organized and branded as a far-right, racist, and white supremacist event by far-right racist white supremacists. This was clear for months before the march actually occurred. Trying to recast the rally instead as a sort of spontaneous outpouring from Confederate statue enthusiasts, Trump is rewriting history.

    More very fine people in Charlottesville: https://twitter.com/sarahtoy17/statu...80455908212739

    BTW, I rarely watch TV, except Yankee BB. I get my news by reading and researching - not watching!
    Unfortunately (rolls eyes) the first amendment and the right to peaceful assemble and protest extends to the grimmest of people, even the KKK. I know, Trump’s fault again even though he literally had nothing to do with signing there permits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NJBASEBALL22 View Post
    So u didn’t head is speech then? Just read what CNN posted? Because the very next sentence out of his mouth after he muttered the famous “fine people”, he condemned the racists in attendance.

    He says (after being asked a question):
    “Excuse me, they didn’t put themselves down as neo-Nazis, and you had some very bad people in that group. But you also had people that were very fine people on both sides. You had people in that group – excuse me, excuse me, I saw the same pictures you did. You had people in that group that were there to protest the taking down of, to them, a very, very important statue and the renaming of a park from Robert E. Lee to another name.”

    The very next sentence was: “I’m not talking about the neo-Nazis and white nationalists because they should be condemned totally.”

    Let’s break it down...
    Racists, KkK, and neo-nazis are bad. People who aren’t racist and peacefully protesting are alright. Hence by your logic, he is telling Klansmen and neo-nazis that they are awesome. Sounds like it!


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    The part you miss, or conveniently choose to overlook, his rhetoric often lends tacit approval. He emboldens racists. That had to be the lamest condemnation in US history. They didn't have "to put themselves down as neo-nazis", as mentioned earlier no secret regarding "Unite the Right" agenda. Well known to be a far-right, racist, white supremacist organization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJBASEBALL22 View Post
    Unfortunately (rolls eyes) the first amendment and the right to peaceful assemble and protest extends to the grimmest of people, even the KKK. I know, Trump’s fault again even though he literally had nothing to do with signing there permits.


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    Again you choose to absolve him from responsibility. I hold him accountable for giving voice to the racist white nationalist movement.

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