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Old 07-10-2008, 12:36 AM   #106
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They aren't that big.


And you say it like it's a bad thing.
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FREAKING HUGE!!!
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It's groovetastic.

End it at 5:30 instead of 7:44 and it would be a personal favorite.
I'm digging it so far. I also like the added organ. Reminiscent of Danny Federici and some Rick Wright.
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Unshun me for a second and tell me what The Shadows did for music? I know next to nothing about them and am curious.
Hank Marvin is easily one of the most influential guitarists ever. He owned the first Fender Strat in the UK and the stuff he did with it was pretty much original.

Some folk he/The Shadows influenced: Pete Townshend, Mark Knopfler, Neil Young, Frank Zappa, Carlos Santana, and this obscure chap called George Harrison.

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Oh man, I forgot about Nick at Nite. I blame my parents for not getting cable TV until I was out of the house and in college.
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She looks fine to me.
Same here.

I enjoyed Get Smart more than I thought I would. I hadn't seen the original series either, but most of these adaptations are shit anyway, save for a few.
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Fair enough.

But you're crazy.
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I obviously disagree.
That's okay. I think Abbey Road in concept is brilliant: a first side of songs then basically the entire second half being a long medley. Kate Bush sort of did this with Hounds of Love and Aerial. It worked for her because each track was great. The thing with Abbey Road is that the tracks in the medley don't sound complete. They aren't great songs. It doesn't end up having the intended effect.
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She looks fine to me.
Thank you.
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You listen to Sisters Of Mercy. Enough said.
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it's almost midnight, so you know what time it is.

time to switch to the laptop!
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Eyes, no; lips, yes.
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My heart has been warming up to the Beatles for a few years now. I'm not a full fledged fan by any means, but, they really were quite something.
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Oh man, I forgot about Nick at Nite. I blame my parents for not getting cable TV until I was out of the house and in college.
We got it from Santa when I was 4
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FREAKING HUGE!!!
You point being
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I'll tell you what, there are some great songs on this album so far.

I'm pleasantly surprised, since all the talk is about the medley.
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