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  1. That living in a bread truck in Hawaii sounds wonderful. The locals nicknamed him Whitebread. Obviously it was an enriching experience for him to do so well later with Sexual Healing. Marvin's loveshack !
  2. A walk in the woods and some snakehandling. And what I see in the above posts, I ate some Ice Cream.
  3. Wasn't that the year he came out with Hot Legs ? To look around, I can see how this song was so popular.
  4. I remember when Secretariat did it in '73, right ?
  5. Steve Howe's rendition of Classical Gas 7-24-71 Yes concert, New Haven Connecticut.
  6. Wow! You guessed her Chester! How much did you win?
  7. Audacity

    The pub

    If you find some, would you mind sharing? I'm not in pain but would love the euphoria.
  8. Getting near time to head to the Arts and Crafts fair. The rain has quit and the clouds are breaking up.
  9. Nothing. Unless it's old, wrinkled, rooster headed, stinky, stretched out - overUSED kack !!! Fuck that !
  10. Teenage Riot - Sonic Youth January 24, 1993 Melbourne Australia I'm fixing some song gaps and also including some of a July '93 show and one tune from under the Brooklyn Bridge from 1997. The energy is amazing.
  11. Yes I'd be annoyed too. But you hadn't explained this so I had no idea of how the faux pas transpired. Jimmy's reliance on John's was the mistake. With Jimmy's vast experience it's hard to understand his slip-up this time. I realize how speakers and rooms have such variations in sound and would think the best rooms would have multiple speaker set ups and possibly moveable walls etc. to soften or harshen the rooms acoustics. I know most studios have little flat toned speakers (Auratone) to switch between to hear how the mix will sound on less dynamic systems and even a small radio. Of all the LZ albums, I believe II has the best soundmix. If I were Jimmy, I would have used the studio/studios he used to mix that album. Personally, I think the masterpiece PG has a tinny sound. It doesn't have the ummph of II. None of the other albums do to me, including IV.
  12. Now that's a lotta Luscious WOOOOOman !!!!!
  13. I take it sex is pretty nauseating for you.
  14. The fact that it was only in the upper 50s but sunny as can be. I dread those 95+ degree days of summer.
  15. Wouldn't Jimmy Page have been present during mixing? Who was being on the cheap renting the inferior room? How would anyone know the speakers would've made the mix too bright? It's hard for me to understand how the engineer could've been at fault. I'd think it would've been a collaborative failing. Jimmy Page was producer, the buck stops with him.
  16. Steve Gaines was not in the original lineup of Lynyrd Skynryd. He joined after Ed King left in '76 or so and joined after LS's fourth album '76-'77 sometime. His sister was a backup singer, Cassie, and it was quite the surprise for them to go through auditions and then "discover" Steve, her brother. Freebird preceeded Gaines by about 4 years.
  17. I see. I'd thought you (or Jimmy) were saying most of HotH had been recorded, not just the next album. Thanks.
  18. We now know who the shooter was.
  19. So at the time of the interview, October 1971, you really believe most of HotH had been recorded? Or do you mean you think Jimmy thought he had the rest of the next album recorded (to include Poor Tom, The Rover etc.) ? I had always thought they recorded HotH mostly in 1972.
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