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Old 07-16-2008, 02:56 AM   #571
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Ha, I was actually just going to ask you.

21CSM goes well into the Mingus track.
You seen any of them?

Thanks, and Mingus remixed by my favorite member of Wu Tang... RZA! If you pronounce his name correctly, it sounds like an Aussie nickname (Rizza).
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I'm almost teary-ish. I have a soft spot for this kind of thing for whatever reason.

BTW, I will keep feeding you these 60's classics if you wish. I've got a ton of 'em.
I'm a big sucker for melody too. So you may even like Cat Stevens
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Fakin' It was awesome...Punky might've been the one thing I haven't liked so far

And Jesus Christ I love Mrs. Robinson.

I don't know about Beck...perhaps I could listen to this one album , give him a chance ya know.

And ElMel you are made of win, if you need anything let me know
Punky is weak lyrically, but has a great melody. It's about dodging the Vietnam draft, though it's considerably stranger sounding than that.

You're entirely welcome. We agree on Mrs. Robinson as well. It's one of those childhood memories of mine...I heard it a lot when I was little because my mom played those kind of stations on the radio all the time. I still love that song.
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The covers in question:




I may even dedicate my list to the shark from Jaws, or the women of Interference, whichever comes first.
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Alone Again Or is probably in my top 10 favorite songs of the 60's, or very near there. Perfect.
Absolutely. I'm using the alternate mix of You Set the Scene for my first DI, actually.
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You seen any of them?

Thanks, and Mingus remixed by my favorite member of Wu Tang... RZA! If you pronounce his name correctly, it sounds like an Aussie nickname (Rizza).
I imagine I've seen Predator and Jaws, but I can't say I recall them. With some exceptions, I don't remember a terrible lot of what I saw prior to turning 15 in any substantial detail, though.

Now onto I Am The Walrus.
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I'm a big sucker for melody too. So you may even like Cat Stevens
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Punky is weak lyrically, but has a great melody. It's about dodging the Vietnam draft, though it's considerably stranger sounding than that.

You're entirely welcome. We agree on Mrs. Robinson as well. It's one of those childhood memories of mine...I heard it a lot when I was little because my mom played those kind of stations on the radio all the time. I still love that song.
Yeah I KNOW I like Mrs. Robinson because my favorite tape when I was little was the Forrest Gump soundtrack
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I love those covers LMP
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It's entirely possible, actually.
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I imagine I've seen Predator and Jaws, but I can't say I recall them. With some exceptions, I don't remember a terrible lot of what I saw prior to turning 15 in any substantial detail, though.

Now onto I Am The Walrus.
Jaws is a flat-out classic and Predator's a great deal of action-y fun - I could see you maybe liking the former, not so much the latter.

I can't recommend Fight Club and Raging Bull enough. They're two of the best films I've ever seen and high up on my favorites list.
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Hazy Shade of Winter I think I've actually heard this song before, but I almost feel like it's some really weird reason that I've heard it...like it was on Ozzy's cover album or something.

not sure about this Zoo song I like the music a lot though.
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Yessir, thank ya, sir.

El-Mel, I really like Cat Stevens. I don't see what's the big deal about it. The F'lips' "Fight Test" is essentially a rip of the classic "Father and Son" - hearing that got me interested in him in the first place.
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I know I Am The Walrus is meant to be a piss-take ... but still, the vocals are on the road to sounding like they're on helium.
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