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werdna wrote: Mon May 31, 2021 12:00 pm On Netflix, watching a documentary on folk rock in the 60s. Bob Dylan's son put it together, and he also sings (a LOT better than his father). Fast forward through the pseudish interviews/comments from people like Beck. Go straight for Tom Petty, Roger McGuinn, original footage, Brian Wilson, anyone from Mamas and Papas. David Crosby wears a strange cape. Michelle Philips looks like Michelle Pfeifer. They are all young and having the time of their lives. A short lived but great period in music history.
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Echo in the Canyon. Found it.

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Molly wrote: Mon May 31, 2021 12:03 pm
werdna wrote: Mon May 31, 2021 12:00 pm On Netflix, watching a documentary on folk rock in the 60s. Bob Dylan's son put it together, and he also sings (a LOT better than his father). Fast forward through the pseudish interviews/comments from people like Beck. Go straight for Tom Petty, Roger McGuinn, original footage, Brian Wilson, anyone from Mamas and Papas. David Crosby wears a strange cape. Michelle Philips looks like Michelle Pfeifer. They are all young and having the time of their lives. A short lived but great period in music history.
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Echo in the Canyon. Found it.
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WellyBlues wrote: Mon May 31, 2021 12:14 pm
Molly wrote: Mon May 31, 2021 12:03 pm
werdna wrote: Mon May 31, 2021 12:00 pm On Netflix, watching a documentary on folk rock in the 60s. Bob Dylan's son put it together, and he also sings (a LOT better than his father). Fast forward through the pseudish interviews/comments from people like Beck. Go straight for Tom Petty, Roger McGuinn, original footage, Brian Wilson, anyone from Mamas and Papas. David Crosby wears a strange cape. Michelle Philips looks like Michelle Pfeifer. They are all young and having the time of their lives. A short lived but great period in music history.
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Echo in the Canyon. Found it.
I thought you were doing the hallway?
One piece left to do. Thank God for filler...

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Pete Thorn sounding great as usual. This time on an Ibanez Explorer copy.


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Always loved Kid Charlemagne





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Molly wrote: Wed Jun 02, 2021 8:40 pm Always loved Kid Charlemagne




The first video is where I learned to play it (properly)

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Helpful video for the modern metal player.

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Interesting in the comments how many people get teary eyed at this song, I'm glad its not just me...

The child is grown, the dream is gone, I have become comfortably numb.

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This is great!


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Seeing Tommy Emmanuel with an electric always looks weird :lol: Josh Smith is awesome but the winner on the night is sweaty Joes suit, it went above and beyond in that jam!

It would be cool to go on one of Joes blues cruises like that though, he gets a lot of great players together!!
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Imagine you are a tv channel boss in South Africa and you decide to programme a one hour roasting of a local comedian known only in SA. All the usual go-to local media personalities are booked on a shoestring budget. You have saved most of the budget for an international big name, and you choose Jimmy Carr. Jimmy will be a pro, make a few gags, and get everything off to a happy start, right? Err, no. Jimmy makes fun of everybody remorselessly with an almost suicidal dedication. Guests actually look scared, even though they are trying not to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bywROyHvGqo

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werdna wrote: Fri Jun 04, 2021 10:46 pm Imagine you are a tv channel boss in South Africa and you decide to programme a one hour roasting of a local comedian known only in SA. All the usual go-to local media personalities are booked on a shoestring budget. You have saved most of the budget for an international big name, and you choose Jimmy Carr. Jimmy will be a pro, make a few gags, and get everything off to a happy start, right? Err, no. Jimmy makes fun of everybody remorselessly with an almost suicidal dedication. Guests actually look scared, even though they are trying not to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bywROyHvGqo
Those Oscar Pistorius jokes were quite funny.

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werdna wrote: Fri Jun 04, 2021 10:46 pm Imagine you are a tv channel boss in South Africa and you decide to programme a one hour roasting of a local comedian known only in SA. All the usual go-to local media personalities are booked on a shoestring budget. You have saved most of the budget for an international big name, and you choose Jimmy Carr. Jimmy will be a pro, make a few gags, and get everything off to a happy start, right? Err, no. Jimmy makes fun of everybody remorselessly with an almost suicidal dedication. Guests actually look scared, even though they are trying not to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bywROyHvGqo
Ouch! Funny, but ouch! Did he make it out alive?

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werdna wrote: Fri Jun 04, 2021 10:46 pm Imagine you are a tv channel boss in South Africa and you decide to programme a one hour roasting of a local comedian known only in SA. All the usual go-to local media personalities are booked on a shoestring budget. You have saved most of the budget for an international big name, and you choose Jimmy Carr. Jimmy will be a pro, make a few gags, and get everything off to a happy start, right? Err, no. Jimmy makes fun of everybody remorselessly with an almost suicidal dedication. Guests actually look scared, even though they are trying not to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bywROyHvGqo
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