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i think it's fairly obvious by now that Slaps is indeed Roger Waters.  

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that's what we all said 40 - 50 years ago...keep tuned to this topic and you might be surprised...   popular music is what it is, always evolving and changing...I'm a traditional blues man m

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1 hour ago, talahtnut said:

It'd be nice if you put less speed in yer brekky nosh, I can't

keep up wiv yer, and me speekers is steemin.

 

 

DB is missing in action so I'm trying to fill his shoes.

 

I swear, there are so many drop dead gorgeous women in music videos.  Who needs porn?  It's funny, everyone here thinks I'm listening to the music, 5555555555!!

 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Tippaporn said:

For all you potato lovers out there.

 

 

The Old Bell republican pub, Kilburn High Road NW6 late 1980s and some kid about 25 y.o. with a squeeze box fell into a trance with guitar and fiddle...his eyes were glazed over and he took the rest of us in the bar along with him, never seen nothin' like it...he whaled on it for nearly 20mins...

 

memorable times...

 

 

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1 hour ago, tutsiwarrior said:

The Old Bell republican pub, Kilburn High Road NW6 late 1980s and some kid about 25 y.o. with a squeeze box fell into a trance with guitar and fiddle...his eyes were glazed over and he took the rest of us in the bar along with him, never seen nothin' like it...he whaled on it for nearly 20mins...

 

memorable times...

In '99 I was working in Tullamore.  I remember Tullamore Thursdays at the old Bridge House Restaurant & Pub.  Ladies drink for free and they came in droves.  Some of the prettiest fair-skinned lasses you can lay your eyes on.  Live music and packed like a sardine can.  Best Chinese food I ever ate was in Tullamore as well.  The Jade Inn on Church Street, and it's still there.  Best duck I've ever eaten as well, at Billabong's.  Smothered in mushroom gravy.  Though I went with a group I never uttered a word while I ate.  It was gastronomical ecstasy.  

 

We stayed at the Shelbourne across from St. Stephen's Green and just down from Grafton Street while in Dublin.  I can't recall the pub we went to one night but they had a live band playing with an elderly fiddler sitting on a stool.  His hair was down to his arse and his beard rested on his lap.  Still have the CD of that band.  So utterly packed that if you were to pass out from too much Guinness you'd never hit the floor.

 

Never slept more than 4 hours a night while I was there.  It was brutal but, yes, memorable times.

 

 

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On 1/7/2019 at 8:10 PM, talahtnut said:

There's a neighbourhood subwoofer alert out.

 

 

Music from Planet X for the Xians who post here.  We know who you are (the big ears are a dead giveaway).

 

And now, presenting ein kleines Nachtmusik for us Earthlings . . . 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Tippaporn said:

In '99 I was working in Tullamore.  I remember Tullamore Thursdays at the old Bridge House Restaurant & Pub.  Ladies drink for free and they came in droves.  Some of the prettiest fair-skinned lasses you can lay your eyes on.  Live music and packed like a sardine can.  Best Chinese food I ever ate was in Tullamore as well.  The Jade Inn on Church Street, and it's still there.  Best duck I've ever eaten as well, at Billabong's.  Smothered in mushroom gravy.  Though I went with a group I never uttered a word while I ate.  It was gastronomical ecstasy.  

 

We stayed at the Shelbourne across from St. Stephen's Green and just down from Grafton Street while in Dublin.  I can't recall the pub we went to one night but they had a live band playing with an elderly fiddler sitting on a stool.  His hair was down to his arse and his beard rested on his lap.  Still have the CD of that band.  So utterly packed that if you were to pass out from too much Guinness you'd never hit the floor.

 

Never slept more than 4 hours a night while I was there.  It was brutal but, yes, memorable times.

 

 

 

got married in Dublin in 1988 (ex - wifey from Co Laois) and stayed at the Clarence Hotel (known in them times as a fleabag before Bono bought it and made it hip)...never did get to see no music although we were close to downtown, with all the preparation and activity on my wedding night I was too tired to phurk...

 

my favorite irish whisky is Tullamore Dew, my ex father - in - law's tipple...rest his soul...

 

 

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12 hours ago, tutsiwarrior said:

got married in Dublin in 1988 (ex - wifey from Co Laois) and stayed at the Clarence Hotel (known in them times as a fleabag before Bono bought it and made it hip)...never did get to see no music although we were close to downtown, with all the preparation and activity on my wedding night I was too tired to phurk...

 

my favorite irish whisky is Tullamore Dew, my ex father - in - law's tipple...rest his soul...

Ho! Ho!  Who would of thought, tutsi.  I would have pegged you for certain to have latched on to a chaquita from somewhere south of the border.  Oh, boy, this seems ripe for the telling of another verse from, "The Tutsi Memoirs:  Tales of Lust And Love (In No Particular Order)."

 

What, no band at the wedding??  Seems inconceivable . . . and possibly criminal.

 

Guinness and Baileys for me.  Every so often as I'm nearing the end of a work day I like to pull out the Baileys and just start sipping straight out of the bottle.  When I start to feel a bit of a head rush then that's the signal to shut down and call it quits for the day.  Ah, the small pleasures of life!

 

 

 

 

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