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    claudicici

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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by claudicici on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:15 am

    hey let mary play
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    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:17 am

    claudicici wrote:hey let mary play

    Indeed I'm enjoying it. . .change again!
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    Post by claudicici on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:21 am

    back to the music,I like a lot of cheese with my metal,my absolute favorite
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    Post by Hank on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:23 am

    Cradle of filth!!!! what about king diamond?
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    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:24 am

    Well of course King Diamond, and Mercyful Fate too. . .
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    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:29 am

    One of the avenues you guys led me down was Norwegian Black Metal. I bought a book on it and purchased a Mayhem album just to check it out.

    Every year I have a big Halloween party that is popular among my friends. I hang up decor all through my little house. In the bathroom,for the most recent party, I hid a little boombox in my clothes hamper and played that Mayhem album on repeat. I got many compliments on how creepy it sounded in the bathroom.
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    Post by claudicici on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:44 am

    oh I love king diamond,my first rats name was melissa I always had rats the ones we have now are ozzy and ruijk
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    Post by claudicici on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:52 am

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    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:55 am

    Awesome album!

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    Cool rats by the way
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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by wadahoot on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:01 am

    I love rats! They make super pets!

    Gerbils are fun, but really just for watching, whereas rats interact more with humans.

    I had friends back in the 70s that didn't have a TV, so they put an empty fish tank on the TV cart and filled it with gerbs. They were a LOT more amusing - hour for hour - than TV Laughing
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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by ziggy on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:05 am

    ericclimbs wrote:

    I agree. I need to see more live shows. In the past year I've only seen two. The surviving members of The Grateful Dead playing with Warren Haynes as The Dead. It was just like old times. I saw those guys play 25 times before Garcia died. The other band I saw, in a super small venue, was Gov't Mule (also Warren Haynes who also plays with the Allman Brothers). It was amazing.

    Eric - the concert was at the Oakland Col. and the LAST time I attended a concert there it was The Grateful Dead, December 23rd or maybe even Christmas Eve as I recall, but I loved going to their shows. I was struck at how different concert going is these days...a bunch of old people (like my age but old looking) acting like old people!!!! LOL and then there's like families and stuff...nobody was passing around any joints and it was all so stale in the audience. I don't know if that's good or bad but just different Smile
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    Post by blouAngel on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:13 am

    how about a bit of middle ground between Elton John and metal?

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    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:18 am

    ziggy wrote:
    ericclimbs wrote:

    I agree. I need to see more live shows. In the past year I've only seen two. The surviving members of The Grateful Dead playing with Warren Haynes as The Dead. It was just like old times. I saw those guys play 25 times before Garcia died. The other band I saw, in a super small venue, was Gov't Mule (also Warren Haynes who also plays with the Allman Brothers). It was amazing.

    Eric - the concert was at the Oakland Col. and the LAST time I attended a concert there it was The Grateful Dead, December 23rd or maybe even Christmas Eve as I recall, but I loved going to their shows. I was struck at how different concert going is these days...a bunch of old people (like my age but old looking) acting like old people!!!! LOL and then there's like families and stuff...nobody was passing around any joints and it was all so stale in the audience. I don't know if that's good or bad but just different Smile

    At the Dead show in Mountain View last May 10 (Mother's day it was, because I had to call my Mom from the parking lot) there were a lot of oldsters, some with kids, but not too much had changed. And there was definately lots of joints and bowls going around! Of course we are talking about the legendary Grateful Dead. The shows I saw we're all between '89 and '91. I was just thinking about going to see them again when Jerry died in '95.
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    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:25 am

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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by blouAngel on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:30 am

    I see your Flash Gordon and raise you an Electra Woman and Dyna Girl.

    Caution Dangrs Flashback inducing!!!

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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by claudicici on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:33 am

    queen,that brings me back to the fabulous lady gaga

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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:40 am

    Blou I'm all in. I give you Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp

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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by ziggy on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:42 am

    Eric, I'm pretty sure that concert was in 87,88 or 89...yeah the mind is real clear, lol. The most memorable Deadconcert was in Eugene OR 1986, I do belive and we camped for 2 days prior in the parking lot of sawdust in the RAIN - but on the day of the concert it was blue skies and unmentionable psychedelics.
    My brother in law was a Grateful Dead roadie for a while, lived in SF and also partied with them and the Cuckoos Nest in Pendleton where my bro in law is from and where he and my sister lived. I was the only dead head in elementary school thanks to their influence Smile
    So yeah those shows are real concerts - even Elton John was sterilized - no banter with audience, no crazy costume changes, he's pretty low key all knightly and stuff.
    Hey Blou, flashbacks are just scare tactics right????? I heard they aren't real; like reefer madness information.
    Thought I'd better check before watching that video.
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    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 4:53 am

    ziggy wrote:Eric, I'm pretty sure that concert was in 87,88 or 89...yeah the mind is real clear, lol. The most memorable Deadconcert was in Eugene OR 1986, I do belive and we camped for 2 days prior in the parking lot of sawdust in the RAIN - but on the day of the concert it was blue skies and unmentionable psychedelics.
    My brother in law was a Grateful Dead roadie for a while, lived in SF and also partied with them and the Cuckoos Nest in Pendleton where my bro in law is from and where he and my sister lived. I was the only dead head in elementary school thanks to their influence Smile
    So yeah those shows are real concerts - even Elton John was sterilized - no banter with audience, no crazy costume changes, he's pretty low key all knightly and stuff.
    Hey Blou, flashbacks are just scare tactics right????? I heard they aren't real; like reefer madness information.
    Thought I'd better check before watching that video.

    The Dead show wasn't gentrified at all. There was a dude running up and down the aisle next to where I was seating. He was shirtless, sweating profusely, and his pupils were as big as bowling balls (if you catch my drift). During the songs he was running up and down and dancing and babbling about how he wanted to hear Sugaree. And then, Fortune smiled down upon him because the band actually did play Sugaree. That guy was in heaven!
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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by claudicici on Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:02 am

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    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:08 am

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    ziggy wrote:Eric, I'm pretty sure that concert was in 87,88 or 89...yeah the mind is real clear, lol. The most memorable Deadconcert was in Eugene OR 1986, I do belive and we camped for 2 days prior in the parking lot of sawdust in the RAIN - but on the day of the concert it was blue skies and unmentionable psychedelics.
    My brother in law was a Grateful Dead roadie for a while, lived in SF and also partied with them and the Cuckoos Nest in Pendleton where my bro in law is from and where he and my sister lived. I was the only dead head in elementary school thanks to their influence Smile

    That's awesome. Do you even listen to The Dead Channel on Sirius/XM. Its a class act. On Sunday they have a show where archivists, who've known the band personally since back in the early days, tell great stories and trace the roots of the band.
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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by blouAngel on Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:18 am

    Eric, lay down your cards

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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by ericclimbs on Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:25 am

    blouAngel wrote:Eric, lay down your cards

    Aww shit circus freaks! I'm putting on my black shades now.

    Powermad is playing at the Hurricane. . stab it and steer. Wild at Heart anyone?

    I just started a thread on books. We're gonna need one on movies too.
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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by ziggy on Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:30 am

    Cirque de South Dakota!
    That's some crazy stuff you guys. Keep it coming.
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    Re: The Power of Music

    Post by claudicici on Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:31 am

    I'm still in the game
    bioshock my favourite game,so much like life...

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