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(11-08-2012 11:13 PM)CanyonDancer Wrote: [ -> ]Y'all need to check out the video for that Gangnam style thing...it's mindbogglingly ridiculous. But I reckon that's why it's so popular.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q19f0

Anyong haceo? Anong hee kee se yo.
Na jung e bwae yo!
My friend across the street (More on John for future posts) and I hung out Friday night to drink wine and listen to his collection of prog rock.

We listened to Gentle Giant, Glass Hammer, Symphony X and Cathedral (last album featuring my lifelong guitar teacher Dr. David Doig-the coolest professor with a doctorate in "Guitar."-he's sick man-sick!).

It was the first time I have heard "Symphony X." Wow, that's some band!
I'm jamming out to April Wine's 1981 CLASSIC " Nature Of The Beast".
(11-17-2012 09:46 PM)smoker guy Wrote: [ -> ]I'm jamming out to April Wine's 1981 CLASSIC " Nature Of The Beast".

April Wine??! HOOOO-WEEEEE blast from the past!
"Just betweeeeen yoouuu aaaand meeeeee..."
(11-08-2012 11:13 PM)CanyonDancer Wrote: [ -> ]Y'all need to check out the video for that Gangnam style thing...it's mindbogglingly ridiculous. But I reckon that's why it's so popular.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q19f0

The teenager and her pals are wacka-doodle krayzee ovah all that Gangnam style schtuff... Rolleyes
1981 was a very good year for musac in my humble opinion.
The new Steve Hackett (and friends) double CD, Genesis Revisted, II. Very interesting and mostly excellent.
Been listening to some golden moldies...."Rock Brigade" Def Leppard....or "Since You're Gone" by the Cars.

Earworm for the day - "Time Passages" by Al Stewart, No 8 on the pop charts this week in 1978. So said Casey Kasem on the radio this morning.


Time PassaGES! I know youre in there youre just outta SIGHT.....
Ohhh ohhh ohhhhh TIME passages!
(11-19-2012 09:22 AM)Onebad70ss Wrote: [ -> ]1981 was a very good year for musac in my humble opinion.

Agreed OB70.
The sad part is that so many of "The Bands," as I deem them - called it quits in 1980... the year after I graduated high school.

* Journey

* Bad Company

* The Police

* The Eagles

* The Clash

And then there was that one other tiny, insignificant, untalented group of losers that never did really amount to much. Damn.... what was their name?
Oh garsk....its right on the tip of my tongue too....I wanna say they were from England too weren't they? Something like The New Yardbirds or something like that.
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