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The Rover

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  1. My Top Ten at the moment would be mostly live songs from one of the several official live releases, but mostly from TSRTS. And, the O2 Show Kashmir IMTOD
  2. Thanks.... below that article, with that article is a lot of AC stuff.. Including: Top Ten Underrated AC Songs: https://ultimateclassicrock.com/alice-cooper-underrated-songs/
  3. And there's booking the time at Shepperton Studios to finish off the project...
  4. I rather prefer the idea of Jimmy being "housed" in the exhibit with the amplifiers. If you put a token in the slot...he'll come out and respond to you, with one of 5 statements in answer to any query. ☺️
  5. Spring weather. The smell of honeysuckle in the air.
  6. ? Do museum rules allow cell phone photography by the general public??
  7. 👍 Oh, okay, I did not realize that. I have always thought, that that's how any rock concert should be filmed, with isolated camera angles that can be viewed at will, by the consumer when they watch a DVD or Blu-ray. In addition, I would have a fixed "full stage" view that could be viewed, as an option, because, like being in the audience at a rock concert, you naturally see the whole stage, and you then let your eyes focus on what you want to see at any particular moment. It's not Rocket Science, but the "MTV" style of filming concerts rules the day when bands are being filmed.
  8. I'd like to suggest that you put all three video feeds on the screen, at the same time. For the 4th feed, you could add the words to the song, so we can all sing along... 🙂
  9. To be released posthumously....
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    Sky-watchers in the Northern Hemisphere will get to see a cosmic triple play on March 20, 2019 as a “super worm moon” lights up the vernal equinox. According to astronomy website EarthSky.org, a full moon has not landed this close to the first day of spring since the year 2000, and the two celestial events won’t happen less than a day apart again until 2030. Because the moon’s orbit is egg-shaped, there are times when it is at what astronomers call perigee, or its shortest distance from Earth, and times when it is at apogee, or its farthest distance from Earth. And because the size of the moon's orbit varies slightly with each lunar cycle, perigee is not always the same distance from month to month. At 3:45 p.m. ET (19:45 UT) on March 19, 2019 the moon will be a mere 223,309 miles away from our planet, making for an especially close perigee. Then, at 9:43 p.m. ET on March 20, 2019 (1:43 UT on March 21), the moon will officially reach its full phase. As a result of these combined events, the full lunar disk will appear 14 percent larger and 12 percent brighter than usual—a spectacle widely known as a supermoon. The equinox supermoon will be the final one for 2019, which already saw supermoons fall on January 21 and February 19. But the year may have saved the best for last, given the coincidental timing with the March equinox at 5:58 p.m. ET (21:58 UT) on March 20—less than four hours before the supermoon arrives.
  11. Who knows... maybe 5 years from now, Robert & Jimmy will be giving an interview in Wembley like The Who did today in their 55th year:
  12. If you have a 4K TV... this one is something. The detail you can see of each airplane's structure..
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