Musician BBS

    • UK Subs - Private Army
      UK Subs lead singer was Charlie Harper

      Two and a half men was based loosely on his life.

      And the correct term is brit-tard, or Snaggletoof.
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    • > 12/09/2017 11:41 PM : .
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    • Paging NITE CRU
      lol thanks DEP. hope you are having a fun time tonight.

      :wave:

      :cheers:
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    • > 12/06/2017 02:53 AM : .
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    • Johnny Cash and Joe Strummer(TheClash) do Marley
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      Assume thas Shel Siverstein the author of that song.

      I prefer Kinky Friedman. I would like to say what James McMurtry and Guy Clark told me about him, but I think they instructed me to keep that under my hat.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0ZMj5RksbE
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    • I have started to listen to new pop music
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      "Watt wrote 'Wolves' two years ago and played it for Gomez in Japan; she was instantly sold. 'It makes sense for the sound we're creating: this dark, singer-songwriter vibe,' he says."

      "As soon as the former Fifth Harmony member announced she wanted to pay tribute to her birthplace of Havana, watt and Tamposi found a way to incorporate their favorite phrase: 'We like 'nah nahs' in our songs,' says watt."

      Interesting. I would like hear what Camila Cabello and beaner Selena have to say about this. They want to pretend that they created the songs they sing.

      https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/magazine-feature/8054676/andrew-watt-songwriter-camila-cabello-selena-gomez-hits-interview
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    • > 11/30/2017 12:58 PM : .
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    • Fancy Audio stuff for the losers in the 'pool
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWGe9PHop5A

      "3D" audio has been around a long time. Technology merely allows smaller packaging.

      https://hookeaudio.com/

      A quality quad decoder from the 70s or 80s can still do groovy shit to in-shack listening but you slobs are likely to lame for that shit.
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    • > 11/15/2017 12:51 AM : .
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    • The 'Pool will shout with bubbling joy
      Converted the desired songs upon my wondrous CD collection to MP3 shit.

      Residing on my always-hard drive I just placed a dozen tunes on a USB stick and inserted said stick into my newest addition to the stereo family. My Panasonic wonder that has a USB port and the needed innards to convert binary shit into analog audio waves my ears can convert to electrical impulses my withered brain interprets as sound.'

      Three Dog Night sounded pretty damn good. More than enough clarity, timbre and frequency response to make my liver quiver with unadulterated delight.

      This great news should send ripples of unfathomable joy through the cesspool and all residing within.

      [continued]
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    • "Hey Bartender" a simple 2 min swing/rock song from an old friend's band.
      Met James Kamp at Mizzou when we were 17. Has over 350 orig songs at patent office, Smith Institute, Lib of Congress. In sealed envelopes. Finally gave up rock lead singer, guitar, stuff after 30 yrs. Has fallback as regged Physical Therapist. Asheville, NC, now.

      Plays 3 instruments 5 hrs a day, as has simple needs. Picked up harp and sax a few yrs ago.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjGWrBu0FLg
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    • The 40 essential albums of 1967
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      Ever go to WoodyFest in Okemah? Had a folksinger friend that said it was amazing. Lots of the extended family there, with stories and late night campfire jams abound.

      Saw Arlo 1980ish Jesse Hall at Mizzou. They finally lifted the "classical music only" rule at the 2,000 seat auditorium. Saw John Prine, Taj Mahal, BB King, Harry Chapin there in almost the same year. Pre-punk/new wave days for me.

      :smile:
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