Originally Posted By: yoyo52Sometimes a snark is almost required. seriously! ...now I know what Officer Johnson felt like well, if he insists upon participating on the SoapBox ...and upon bombing the place with flat out offensive remarks, he'
Speaking of dear departed people. Fisher King is the first place I ever saw Michael Jeter, and this is one of those many priceless vignettes from the movie, performed by Jeter. It always makes me smile.
Kind of a throw back to the old MTV concert days. Don't expect production values like Talking Heads Stop Making Sense, or Peter Gabriels Secret World. These guys are ancient, but still know Howe to play. They are only a couple hours away from me toni
I saw the tour after that, the Tales from Topographic Oceans tour. They must've spent a bundle on props and lighting. Great musicians all. That last concert was in the Chicago Amphitheater, though, and some idiots in the audience were throwing fir
Your painting a pretty broad brush stroke there Marv with the pot smoker reference...... Which leads me to beliieve you've never rode on a magic carpet, planted a herb garden, or enjoyed listening to Bob Marley .....course I could agree with you
Freakin' awesome oh one eyed wonder. Thanks a bunch. The last time I saw them live was the Close to the Edge tour, '72?. It still rates as the top 5 concerts I've seen. Rick Wakeman with his 6 pack of Budweiser on the piano.
Looks free to me! And they will leave it for a while if you miss it. Watch our LIVE performance from San Jose Civic Auditorium, CA online TONIGHT at 8:30pm PT / 11:30pm ET / 4:30am UK at http://yahoo.com/live Setlist: FRAGILE & CLOSE TO THE EDG
Is this pay per view? I am way behind the times on a lot of things. edit: ah, it said something about buying a ticket, but that is for attending a live concert (there are none near me I was told ) So this show is that is happening in 4 hours and
Yes, a hay rake. I never liked that style as it relies on the movement of the rake itself. I always prefered the ones powered by the direct connection to the drive wheels. Rakes put the hay in what is called a "wind row" . Concentrating t
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