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Mike last won the day on February 13 2016

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  1. One of the best westerns. Arguably the best western score (maybe tied with The Magnificent Seven, or second) You choose! ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♭♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♭♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♭♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♭♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♭
  2. I still dive into the tank here and swim around on occasion. thanks for sharing your concern Kenny. strange days indeed. Now back off and keep your distance. You look a little green around gills. Peace brother songfactors.
  3. did you stain them different colors then, looks like a mix of oak, mahogany, and walnut etc. looks great. I built a picnic table and benches one time out of pallets.
  4. hey gang, I haven't been around too much lately. but still refer back here from time to time, mostly for the wealth of information on my favorite subject and lifes ambition to breathe music with every breath I take. Good to see so many old friends around this grand ol' site. I'm retired now since Nov. 3rd 2017 and actually busier than ever living life to it's fullest. I get one meaningful Christmas card a year and that's from our *founding father the amazing (yet modest) Carl. lol. Since I was in the neighborhood and smacked my head, omg, have to stumble into the songfacts f
  5. The Who Pink Floyd Rush Uriah Heep Cheap Trick April Wine Ted Nugent AC/DC *i haven't seen 9. †
  6. An amazing album. There was a lull for me in getting exited about albums through out the early eighties. The early seventies when everything except radio was albums. And really no one typically dropped a phonograph stylus any where but at the beginning of an album. So you see kids, back then you had the good, the bad and the ugly all smooshed together, which pressed the competition to create GREAT ALBUMS. this seemed to wane, for me at least, in the eighties when the explosion of music made singles seem to dominate the airwaves. See instead of 50-60% of the albums content every getting air pla
  7. http://fortune.com/2016/11/15/mcdonalds-mcrib-finder/ If you’re a fan of the processed barbecue pork sandwich, now you can track it down fast than ever with a brand new iPhone app. Along with the sandwich, McDonald’s is now promoting the McRib Finder, which works as an SMS texting service to help you quickly find the nearest McDonald’s that serves the limited-edition item. If you’re thinking this sounds like a marketing gimmick, you might be right McDonald’s is now spending more on digital advertising to attract younger customers with features like mobile ordering
  8. On December 2, at Theatre Within's annual John Lennon Tribute concert (co-produced by Music Without Borders), folk-rock singer and hippy icon Donovan will be honored with the Real Love award, which recognizes significant bodies of work as well as social impact. (Donovan is also performing at the tribute, which will be held at Manhattan's Symphony Space.) Playwright Eve Ensler and photographer Bob Gruen are former recipients of the award, but none of them ever helped out a Beatle with a song or watched as that same Beatle angrily chased after a sneaky photographer. In advance of the conce
  9. According to the Daily Mail, pop songs are way more popular than hymns when it comes to picking songs for funerals in 2016. After Frank Sinatra’s “My Way,” “Time To Say Goodbye” by Andrea Boccelli and Sarah Brightman was number two on the list. Rounding out the Top 3 was Eva Cassidy’s, “Somewhere Over The Rainbow.” The results were drawn from a survey of 300 British Co-op funeral directors and 2,000 adults. And it isn’t just classics that are getting chosen as swansongs. Contemporary pop songs are also being played a lot at funerals as well. The list of sought after funeral songs also includ
  10. The second-oldest confirmed shipwreck in the Great Lakes, an American-built, Canadian-owned sloop that sank in Lake Ontario more than 200 years ago, has been found, a team of underwater explorers said Wednesday. The three-member western New York-based team said it discovered the shipwreck this summer in deep water off Oswego, in central New York. Images captured by a remotely operated vehicle confirmed it is the Washington, which sank during a storm in 1803, team member Jim Kennard said. "This one is very special. We don't get too many like this," said Kennard, who along with Roger
  11. http://ultimateclassicrock.com/eric-clapton-big-fish/ If this rock ‘n’ roll thing doesn’t work out, Eric Clapton still won’t have to worry about where his next meal is coming from. IceNews reports that the guitar legend made headlines while on a recent fly-fishing trip along Iceland’s Vatnsdalsá River. Working with his guide, Sturla Birginsson, Clapton got his hook in what the river’s website describes as “no ordinary salmon.” “To begin with, the salmon was quite in the pool but after it found out that something strange was happening the fish started to run down the river,” reads a post a
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