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Old 12-29-2008, 03:29 AM   #81
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Originally Posted by Rosebud View Post
Well somebody looks like a happy camper.
I guess his horse has won.

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Old 12-29-2008, 06:37 PM   #82
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Wonder if he betted?

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Old 12-29-2008, 06:53 PM   #83
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He has a glass of wine! I'll "bet" he was betting for sure! Who can just go to the horseracing just to watch and not take part in at least a tiny little bet?
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[QUOTE=saro;5697347]Ok, here is another article about the visit at the races.

The article also shows that U2 were one of, if not the last, to record in Olympic Studios (it's closed now)

"But in a clear sign that no industry is immune to the global credit crunch, Bono revealed how the legendary UK studio where they recorded their most recent material has now shut its doors.

"We were working very hard in London at a place called Olympic studios and that's where U2 was recording, but they closed down just before Christmas.

"That was a little sobering for everybody: a lot of people lost their jobs and it was a great studio. The Stones recorded Sympathy for the Devil there, The Who recorded there, as did Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles."

While Abbey Road may be more well known than Olympic, many great records had been made at Olympic... including the first Led Zeppelin album and parts of other Zeppelin albums, plus the other bands listed in the article I quoted. Sad that it's gone.

Whole article here:


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