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  1. Well, I said I own two "official" bootlegs, meaning I own them on LP. I own a fair amount of other shows(Tull and others) on cassette or CD that friends/acquaintances have recorded for me.
  2. IMHO, I would say those are all worthy bootlegs, in the sense they've captured a classic era of Tull. Let's face it, they are bootlegs from the early 70's. The sound quality is what it is. I'm not a big collector of bootlegs. I own two "official" bootlegs. Tull from 1972 ( a show from April in Virginia) and Springsteen from 1976. I have some other bootleg material that various people have put on cassette for me. Sounds like you are not a Tull fan anymore. What do you want to do with the bootlegs? You could probably sell them pretty easily.
  3. My father-in-law has a narcissistic personality disorder. My sister-in-law has a narcissistic personality disorder. My deceased mother-in-law suffered from depression. My brother-in-law suffers from depression. Father-in-law is currently going through a Narcissistic rage and taking it out on my wife. Did you know that children often take characteristic of their parents and exaggerate them? Wish me luck.
  4. I'm digging the free 21 song SWSX sampler I recently downloaded from ITUNES.
  5. FWIW, the new R.E.M. release was panned by The Washington Post. The main gripe is that every release since the departure of Berry is interchangeable. I won't buy the collection, but I do have two free songs courtesy of ITUNES (uBerlin) and Starbuck's (Oh My Heart). I've always liked the band and own about 4-5 other full releases.
  6. I've been watching a lot of Leo Kottke on youtube. This guy is so awesome. P.S. - I enjoyed that Doobie Brothers video.
  7. Cool Willy is playing a Guild. It wasn't apparent until the close-up of the sound-hole at around 4:30.
  8. Good topic!! I love acoustic guitar players and acoustic music in general. Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull is probably my fav. Check out the 2 minute acoustic ditties on the Aqualung LP. I also enjoy Dylan, Leo Kottke, Cat Stevens and Willy Porter. I still own and play a Guild D40, which I purchased in 1978.
  9. We always take the day off from work and spend the day in bed. We order some pizza and top everything off with some of these chocolates.... Ethel's Chocolate
  10. August, 1972 - ELP at Convention Hall in Asbury Park, NJ. I was 16. I bought three tickets. Sat somewhere near the back of the venue. I lived about 1 1/2 hours away. The guy who was supposed to drive, backed out a day or two before the show. My father ended up driving me and another friend to the show. My sister came along for the ride and walked the boardwalk with my dad during the show. I sold the extra ticket. My second show at Convention Hall was around April 2005 for Springsteen and the Seger Sessions band rehersal show. The place is so small. I would guess it seats less than 2000 people.
  11. Great band. Fun to watch and they've got some great material. I've never seen them live. Guitar Player magazine seemed to always have articles about Nielson and his totally unique guitar collection. One such guitar was a five neck guitar.
  12. So did you when you were 13 years old.
  13. I recently received the The Beatles in Mono box set as a gift. Mono, stereo, it doesn't make a difference, The Beatles were on a different level than every other band. Jahfin, Thanks for posting those pics. I need to go back and look at them all. Added note: awesome photos.
  14. Well said. Not only am I'm convinced that Lennon was a musician in is own league, but I think the world would be a different and better place had he not been murdered. I'm interested in learning more about his life during the mid to late 50's and very early 60's, so I'm looking forward to seeing the movie Nowhere Boy.
  15. The Rising by Bruce Springsteen. Damn that's a good song.
  16. I was poking around Tower Records.com for a Sabbath collection. Here is part of the Tower description about the band... "Known worldwide as the embodiment of heavy metal, England's Black Sabbath enveloped the 1970s in a dense fog of apocalyptic imagery, monolithic guitar riffs, and horror-movie lyrics."
  17. You have me on your ignore list? Jesus Crackers!! I would never put ANYBODY on my ignore list.
  18. This past Saturday I saw The Fab Faux at Radio City Music Hall. Special guest appearance by The Quarrymen. I hope I don't have to tell anybody who The Quarrymen were. Happy Birthday John
  19. Glad I postponed buying Lennon's solo material. Until now that is.......
  20. You have waaaaaay too much time on your hands.
  21. This Masquerade is a Leon Russell song. George covered a brilliant song.
  22. Not really. Joel has had dozens of identities here. I've only had one.
  23. Looks like the two lovebirds are at it again. Bringing my name up for no apparent reason.
  24. ln just over a week on the air, Tull radio is smashing the charts. Tull radio is #9 (Top 2%) in classic, #7 in prog, and #57 (Top 7%) among all Live365® rock stations. Better yet, Tull radio is tops among both official and single rock band stations beating Santana, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and others. Tull radio has also been awarded a coveted "Editor's Pick" choice for its quality. Tull Radio
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