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  1. Don't mention it. Ok, I am falling asleep. I can't hang on any longer for the answer. There will probably be 4 rounds played by the time I get up tomorrow. G'night all. :sleepy:
  2. Or, they all worked with producer/engineer Tom Dowd.
  3. They all performed songs on Duane Allman's 'An Anthology' album.
  4. I just showed up dressed like this: How could they turn me down?
  5. Laurie's got it. It's Men at Work. Geez, I'm never around when a round starts.
  6. I know, but all we have is a league ID#. We need a password to get into it. ::
  7. Anybody want to play? There's about a month until kickoff. I can start a league if nobody else wants to do it, but if someone else wants to be commissioner, by all means, go ahead. We need to think about getting it started, so we can hammer out how we want to score the league.
  8. I woke up in love this morning ~ Partridge Family Woke up this morning with a wine glass in my hand ~ Frampton Woke up this morning, and the sun was gone ~ Boston that's off thetop of my head.
  9. When you think about it, all the genres are extinct. There is no classic rock being made today, same as disco or whatever. Some just have stronger afterlifes than others, is all.
  10. Really? It hasn't changed for 20 years, has it? It's still basically a beat with talking over it, with the occasional theft of a pop song sample. The format hasn't changed. The lyrical content is more violent now, though. It's always degraded women, that hasn't changed. As far as disco, I hated it at the time, but now, I can listen to it for the nostalgia it evokes in me. I was 13-14 years old when it was at it's height of popularity, so disco always takes me back to that period in my life. Also, I professed an undying hatred for the BeeGees and the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, when I secretly thought it was a brilliant piece of original work.
  11. Oh, man, Cop Rock was some sort of musical tv show, where the police sang every line. Talk about police brutality!!!
  12. Pardon me. LOL. I read this whole thread at once. As I was getting finished with my reply, I remembered the Kimba question. I thought it was Laurie. Shawna, pleeeeeeezzzeeee, pleeeeeeezzzeee forgive me. ::
  13. The Six Million Dollar Man. "Steve Austin....astronaut. A man barely alive. We can rebuild him, make him better than he was. We have the technology. Better....stronger....faster" Cool. The Incredible Hulk. "Mr. McGee, don't make me angry....you wouldn't like me when I'm angry." While we're on the subject of Bill Bixby, The Courtship of Eddie's Father. A great intro song. And yes, Laurie, I remember Kimba the White Lion. It came on after school, somewhere between Ultraman, The Banana Splits, Spiderman, and Captain Scarlet. Boy, they sure don't make tv how they used to, that's for sure.
  14. "From Soho down to Brighton, I must have played them all" Pinball Wizard. That's the only one I can think of right off hand.
  15. Welcome, Admiral. :: Oh, man, there are a whole lot of songs with the title 'Young Love'. I imagine you are looking for the version from the 1950s, done by the Crew Cuts. Here are the lyrics: They say for every boy and girl There's just one love in this whole world And I know I've found mine The heavenly touch of your embrace Tells me no one could take your place Ever in my heart Young love (young love), first love (first love) Filled with true devotion Young love (young love), our love (our love) We share with deep emotion Just one kiss from your sweet lips Will tell me that your love is real And I can feel that it's true We will vow to one another There will never be another Love for you or for me Young love (young love), first love (first love) Filled with true devotion Young love (young love), our love (first love) We share with deep emotion If that isn't it, then here is a page with all the artists who have done a song with the title 'Young Love'. Click on any one, and the lyrics will come up. Welcome to Songfacts. Got any money?
  16. Delaware has the most boring license plates, hands down.
  17. Then why the need to comment on what anyone else says? A person's reasons for posting their image is theirs, and theirs alone. If they do it to boost their esteem, that's their business, and no one has the right to question it. Esteem , in my opinion, has very little to do with it. The overall feeling I get is people post their picture is more for a sense of familiarity. I know what UncleJoe looks like, so I have an image in my mind of who I'm speaking to when we're here. Same with Peaches, Chris, Bluesboy, edna, etc. The only person who has a right to be concerned about the comments, is the person who posted the image. Period. If you don't want to compliment someone on their looks, fine. But don't dump on those who do compliment others. And no one, as far as I know, has ever posted a 1-10 scale along with their image, ever. If that's what you do when you look at someone's image, then all the 'beauty grows from the inside' stuff you posted is null and void. That's not being nasty. It's just a comment.
  18. 16 Magazine!! LOL. I forgot about that one. Shawn Cassidy on the back of all my KISS pictures. LOL.
  19. I can't top that. Well, except to say that if you're going to go on a diatribe about accepting how people look, it might seem a little more valid if you had posted a pic of yourself first.
  20. I used to buy Creem, Circus, Hit Parader, etc. All good stuff back then. I distinctly remember the headline that shocked me : Perry Quits Aerosmith Back then, there was no MTV News, or the internet.
  21. I enjoyed both cuts. Is that photo a cd cover? I'd buy one. They have a crisp sound, you know? The Meaning of Life paints a good picture. Right away, the artist sets the scene, in the space of a few lines. He doesn't waste a lot of time with the setting, he lets the listener fill in the details with their own 'song image'.
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