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  1. You're talking about the version on the Anthology. If not mistaken, it's Paul and the session players blabbing about the recording..... I think.
  2. - Doing All Right - Keep Yourself Alive - Liar - Some Day One Day - Misfire - She Makes Me (Stormtrooper In Stiletos) - Long Away - Get Down, Make Love - Who Needs You - Sleeping On The Sidewalk Ant :guitar:
  3. Get your cans (headphones), put on 'Dark Side of the Moon', go to very last track (Eclipse) and fast forward near the end (heartbeeps and shortly after the spoken words, "There is no dark side..."). NOW, CRANK IT UP and you'll hear an audio seepage of an instrumental that is NOT by Pink Floyd!! A long time ago, I happened to hear it but couldn't place what the tune was. I knew it was an orchestra and really sounded familiar. Just to get to the point, it's the Beatles' rendition of "Ticket to Ride" by ? IMO, it was a mistake and probably picked up from another studio (obviously, the walls aren't so soundproof). It could of been picked up in the control booth, (accidently) sent out by audio talkback in studio and picked up by mics. Someone had this theory that PF did it intentionally as a homage to (Beatles) - hence, Abbey Road (same studio), etc. IMO, I don't agree 'cause why that tune?? You can also hear seepage in Van Halen's "Eruption," especially at the end. Ant
  4. Coheed and Cambria - I'm back and forth with both releases.
  5. For the last month or so, I've been playing the 'Ramones' and it's still one of the best debuts. Ant
  6. I originally had that album cover in my one list Get A Good Look? (album covers) - A list by BeatleAnt but changed my mind after close inspection (of what you mentioned). I just happened to look at it again and must say I think we're both wrong. The one with the manly face doesn't have a protruding adam's apple and upon further inspection, she has nice curves ::
  7. Storm Thorgerson submitted a bunch of suggestions regarding the cover. There is nothing significant about the cover (to the 'concept' album itself) other than relating to Pink Floyd's light shows in their concerts. I think it was Richard Wright who wanted a 'simple' cover. I'm pretty sure Roger Waters helped design the inner sleeve. Ant
  8. I was already ahead of ya... that's why I didn't bother to reply again. Besides, it would of made myself more intellectual and I just wanna be known here as a normal, everyday guy who happens to be darn sexy. * insert emoticon here of myself at nude beach carrying a couple of coffees and a dozen donuts... *
  9. For the Flying Burrito Brothers, you probably had "Gilded Palace Of Sin" which has 'Christine's Tune'. For Gram Parsons, "Grievous Angel" which contains 'Return Of The Grievous Angel'. You might have had his self-titled album simply called "GP". Ant
  10. Gotta love these music questions The first record I actually bought with my own coin was probably The Stampeders 'Oh My Lady' on 45 (single). I can't recall my first LP for I had a couple hundred or so by the time I was 16. It could of been Three Dog Night's "Cyan" but it wasn't released until 1974 and I'm sure I've bought a couple or so albums in '73. I do know my first 8-track was KISS's "Hotter Than Hell."
  11. I just have to say that was one of the funniest pieces I've read regarding the Beatles - save the hiliarious novel, "Paperback Writer" by Mark Shipper.
  12. LMAO!! Now THAT was funny. ... depends on the girl...
  13. I'm just bumping this up so I can reply later... don't have time right now but to give you an idea...... Scott is right. :guitar:
  14. John Lennon's repeated all right to close 'Revolution'. I'm gettin' goosebumps just typin' it.
  15. I'm not ashamed to admit that I like that tune. It has a sentimental attachment with some old friends and crusin' around through the countryside... great times that I miss But the memories make me
  16. Stealing Harvard A couple of things to point out... 1) Chris Penn - yes, Sean's brother. When will Chris get his dues? He's a great and brilliant character actor. Most would recognize him for "Reservoir Dogs" but he's been in at least 40 to 50 films. Check him out in "The Boy's Club." 2) Tom Green - maybe because I'm also Canadian and get the stupid humour but Tom's a riot. It may not be his best 'acting' film but I laughed out loud in parts. Actually, I laughed at a lot of parts. That scene with the toothbrush and then finding out what (toothbrush) was used for had me peeing me pants.
  17. Oh yeah- I'm always curious of one's likes and dislikes. I have never been a fan of #10 and #13. In my Beatles' guitar lessons over at WN ---> Lesson #2486: 'The Beatles' Riffs, Tips & Babble I included 'The Ballad of John & Yoko' because it was requested quite a few times (in my IMs). It's funny how music pleases our palate. Other than that, you have a great list If you think your list is obscure, check out mine :: NOTE: In order at time of posting. 1) Your Mother Should Know 2) A Day in the Life 3) Rain 4) Strawberry Fields Forever 5) I Need You (George's best tune EVER!!) 6) Ask Me Why (their best ballad EVER!! and it's on their debut) 7) Norwegian Wood 8) Old Brown Shoe (George's second best tune!!) 9) I Want You (She's So Heavy) 10) Revolution 11) Don't Let Me Down 12) Hey Jude 13) I Should Have Known Better 14) She's a Woman 15) Penny Lane 16) Tomorrow Never Knows 17) And Your Bird Can Sing 18) Got To Get You Into My Life 19) She's Leaving Home 20) Dear Prudence :guitar:
  18. Okay Chickies - what if your first date played (over and over...) The Police's "Every Breath You Take"... would you get a bit freaked out?? It's possible that many men (and it's true) don't even pay attention to the lyrical content.
  19. * bump * Actually, what happened with 'Mindcrime'?? I've noticed his last post was a month ago. Anyone??
  20. I bought their recent CD last week. Many of the tunes have that fast rat-a-tat-tat snare drum drumming common in hardcore punk for which I don't care for. You'd think that punk bands would quit doing that. It's old hat now. I actually bought the CD noticing that GGGarth produced it. Rise Against discography I'll have to play it a few more times to give my overall impression.
  21. miamisammy29 I love lasagna and my son gets the gummi bears One thing that I love about music is other's likes and dislikes; opinions of what they feel are the band/performer's best output; etc. Just because someone has different tastes, views, etc. regarding music to my own opinions never means I think any less of them, knowledge-wise or character alone. In other words, it's cool that you feel highly about 'Sticky Fingers' as for myself - I got tired of it long ago. IMO, some songs/albums/bands, etc. can last the test of time while others,... well, you know. My one brother and I have been fans of "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" for the longest time. I got sick of "Wild Horses" for years but now I can listen to it with ease. An old jam band of mine used to play "Brown Sugar." After playing it so much got a bit under (my) skin. I've always wondered how Keith can still play that intro to "Satisfaction" for the ga-zillionith time Anyway, I'll just list my favourite RS tunes (in order!!) 1) Memory Motel (this tune makes 'Wild Horses' sound like ponies on a carousel ) 2) Street Fighting Man (studio or live version from 'Get Yer Ya's Ya's Out). And speaking of 'Get Yer Ya's Ya's Out', that's my fav album by them. 3) Midnight Rambler - live version off 'Get Yer Ya's Ya's Out' 4) Miss You 5) Dandelion 6) I Am Waiting 7) Beast Of Burden - I can listen (and play on the guitar) to that riff over and over and over... 8) Gimme Shelter 9) Angie 10) Mother's Little Helper 11) All Down the Line 12) Child Of the Moon 13) Sing This All Together 14) 2000 Light Years From Home 15) Dancing With Mr. D
  22. I've actually lost a lot of respect for Buddy Rich after this (click the 'audio' at top - it's all typed out what was said)... Follow along...
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