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(08-29-2011 11:29 AM)Nung Wrote: [ -> ]For me, the new YES CD, "Fly From Here."
It took a few listens but I do think it is an excellent CD.

Yesterday I discovered a local store that carries my favorite brand of pickles, "Tony Packo's." It's a company in Toledo, OH. I can't find these in my part of the midwest, usually have to stock up when I'm visiting family in my hometown of Cleve, so I practically squealed when I saw the jar on the shelf.

After enjoying several bites of the "Sweet Hot Pickles & Peppers" and admiring the quirky label on the jar, it got me humming that YES tune "Our Song" from the album 90125:
"Toledo was just another good stop along the good king's highway....."

The only YES album I ever owned. Still have it (VINYL!) Might have to crack that open for another spin....
Hey Burma - what does "90125" refer to?
*tic-toc*tic-toc...

SRV. Man - I miss that crazy bastad. "Crossfire" still gives me chills. I absolutely loved playing that. The last few bars where you just dive into it, and you look up at your band mates and they are all giggling and smiling like idiots... lost in the fog.
Errrrrrummmmm (I actually used to know this, must've fried those brain cells ages ago....)

Quick, where's my Funk & Wagnalls?!
(08-31-2011 07:56 AM)RN-PRN Wrote: [ -> ]Plug into some Joe Bonamassa as well. You won't be disappointed. Big Grin



I'll have to check him out! SRV is probably my all time kicka$$ guitarist. I get chills just from the first note of any song he did. Period. No one has ever in my book ever been able to play to that level before or since. I dont even think anyone has been able to emulate his riffs.Probably because his music is by far the most sacred form of blues ever played by human hands.

There's a drummer 'round these parts that like that - but thats another story!
(08-31-2011 08:25 PM)boomer Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-31-2011 07:56 AM)RN-PRN Wrote: [ -> ]Plug into some Joe Bonamassa as well. You won't be disappointed. Big Grin



I'll have to check him out! SRV is probably my all time kicka$$ guitarist. I get chills just from the first note of any song he did. Period. No one has ever in my book ever been able to play to that level before or since. I dont even think anyone has been able to emulate his riffs.Probably because his music is by far the most sacred form of blues ever played by human hands.

There's a drummer 'round these parts that like that - but thats another story!

Hey if you like him let me know and I could send you some of his CDs.
My address issssss..........I'll check him out after I cool down. Mee and my boss ain't seeing eye to eye and I just got home from work.
(08-31-2011 08:34 PM)boomer Wrote: [ -> ]My address issssss..........I'll check him out after I cool down. Mee and my boss ain't seeing eye to eye and I just got home from work.

I'll send some cookies with them too. If I could pour some Macallan on them too I would Wink
Seriously...deep breaths Boomer.
You know...the more I am supposed to watch my stress level, the higher it gets!
Anything I could do to help let me know. Stress sucks.
Prescribe a thorazeine patch! With a Macallan chaser!!!!
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