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  1. Well none of my Led Zeppelin songs made it but at least half of those songs I was going to vote for made it to the top 10. I'm 2 days late to voting.
  2. Thanx, Carl, for that recommendation. My family could use a new Christmas album to listen to when we open our presents. And another thing to add... The dates for the end of Jethro Tull's tour are the following (according to the back of their t-shirt I bought): December 5th - Newport News, USA December 7th - Atlanta, USA December 8th - Mobile, USA December 10th - Orlando, USA December 11th - Jacksonville, USA December 12th - Clearwater, USA December 14th - Fort Myers, USA
  3. Royal Orleans by Led Zeppelin Link South Bound Saurez by Led Zeppelin Link
  4. Aqualung by Jethro Tull Sitting on a park bench eyeing little girls with bad intent. Snot is running down his nose greasy fingers smearing shabby clothes. Drying in the cold sun Watching as the frilly panties run. Feeling like a dead duck spitting out pieces of his broken luck. Sun streaking cold an old man wandering lonely. Taking time the only way he knows. Leg hurting bad, as he bends to pick a dog-end he goes down to the bog and warms his feet. Feeling alone the army's up the road salvation a' la mode and a cup of tea. Aqualung my friend don't start away uneasy you poor old sod, you see, it's only me. Do you still remember December's foggy freeze when the ice that clings on to your beard was screaming agony. And you snatch your rattling last breaths with deep-sea-diver sounds, and the flowers bloom like madness in the spring.
  5. Ratatouille - 8/10 I borrowed it from a family member. It seemed like another clichéd Pixar/Disney movie in the beginning but it turned out good... like the rest of them.
  6. I want to see it too. Not only because of Eddie Vedder but the story seems interesting. I'll have to rent it when it comes out.
  7. Besides Raffi, I would consider Jethro Tull to be my first concert. It was just two days ago and it was well worth it. I love classic rock and I'm glad Jethro Tull was around for me to experience a concert for the first time. Ian Anderson was pretty hilarious in some segments, for example; "accidentally" hurting himself with his flute or why he changed "Fat Man" to "I am a Clinically Obese Person". Now I'm pumped to see a lot more concerts in the future. Except in many concerts there are mosh pits and if you were to see me I would not survive one. So I'm glad I wasn't beaten to death during Ian's flute solo or trampled when everyone ran to the front when Jethro Tull started playing Locomotive Breath for their encore. Any good concerts coming around Albany in the next... year or so?
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