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trojan_sixtyone
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Post by trojan_sixtyone » October 4, 2006 7:21 pm

finz2oob wrote:
Pleasin & Teasin wrote:bet it would be great on stage, tho.....
Yeah, this would be a serious jam session.
Maybe. However I know when I'm playing with a group that I get bored playing the same patterns over and over for an extended period of time (as you'll have with lots of jazz ensemble pieces).
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Quiet and Shy
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Post by Quiet and Shy » October 4, 2006 7:21 pm

finz2oob wrote:
Pleasin & Teasin wrote:bet it would be great on stage, tho.....
Yeah, this would be a serious jam session.
Good point....would be pretty neat.
"Reading departure signs in some big airport reminds me of the places I've been"

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finz2oob
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Post by finz2oob » October 4, 2006 7:22 pm

parithedfred wrote:
finz2oob wrote:
Pleasin & Teasin wrote:bet it would be great on stage, tho.....
Yeah, this would be a serious jam session.
Great driving song too!
If I start playing this song in Maine on the way
to MOTM it might be over by Stock Island :D

Marnin Grita Guy
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Post by Marnin Grita Guy » October 4, 2006 7:22 pm

creeky wrote:
Marnin Grita Guy wrote:
creeky wrote:
Marnin Grita Guy wrote:
trojan_sixtyone wrote:
UpstateNYPH wrote: how about hula boys? :D

if so.... (raising hand)
Bingo, right here! 8)
I can go with that.

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Where do I go for all these hula boys :wench: [smilie=battingeyes.gif] [smilie=battingeyes.gif] [smilie=battingeyes.gif]
Florida, 2007.

:wink:
MOTM 8)
No!

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Captain Joe
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Post by Captain Joe » October 4, 2006 7:22 pm

Damn that "Wheel" is cool as hell!!!!
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Post by SchoolGirlHeart » October 4, 2006 7:22 pm

crash_davis7 wrote:
SchoolGirlHeart wrote:
UpstateNYPH wrote:
myke212 wrote:
UpstateNYPH wrote:
myke212 wrote: isn't modern technology wonderful!
Well, for 300 Dirhams for 2 days... it isnt too bad :lol:
how much is that in U.S. $$
about $35.... but what are ya gonna do? I wanted to listen... :pirate:
I remember..... 50 cents a MINUTE, when I was listening from over there... :o
50 cents a minute for what SGH?
connecting through the local ISP to listen to RM....
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Post by ejr » October 4, 2006 7:22 pm

That's the second time he has mentioned Gordon Lightfoot's In the early morning rain.
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Post by chippewa » October 4, 2006 7:23 pm

finz2oob wrote:
parithedfred wrote:
finz2oob wrote:
Pleasin & Teasin wrote:bet it would be great on stage, tho.....
Yeah, this would be a serious jam session.
Great driving song too!
If I start playing this song in Maine on the way
to MOTM it might be over by Stock Island :D
:lol: :lol: What, you're coming down on a bicycle? :lol:

creeky
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Post by creeky » October 4, 2006 7:23 pm

ok this is a very hawaaian one ....

crash_davis7
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Post by crash_davis7 » October 4, 2006 7:23 pm

I'm impressed with the diversity of the album from what I've been able to hear so far.
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Post by moog » October 4, 2006 7:23 pm

5 out of 7 on my 1st impression it's okay ratio.

Silver Wings

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Post by Matty » October 4, 2006 7:23 pm

I already don't like this song...

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Post by Pleasin & Teasin » October 4, 2006 7:24 pm

ejr wrote:That's the second time he has mentioned Gordon Lightfoot's In the early morning rain.
guess we can see whats coming.....

:wink: :wink:

finz2oob
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Post by finz2oob » October 4, 2006 7:24 pm

chippewa wrote:
finz2oob wrote:
parithedfred wrote:
finz2oob wrote:
Pleasin & Teasin wrote:bet it would be great on stage, tho.....
Yeah, this would be a serious jam session.
Great driving song too!
If I start playing this song in Maine on the way
to MOTM it might be over by Stock Island :D
:lol: :lol: What, you're coming down on a bicycle? :lol:
My conch cruiser of course!

creeky
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Post by creeky » October 4, 2006 7:24 pm

Marnin Grita Guy wrote: No!

MOTMHC
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Post by parrotpartygod » October 4, 2006 7:24 pm

creeky wrote:
Marnin Grita Guy wrote:
trojan_sixtyone wrote:
UpstateNYPH wrote:
Quiet and Shy wrote:Okay...how many of us are "Hula Girls at Heart"...? :wink: :D
how about hula boys? :D

if so.... (raising hand)
Bingo, right here! 8)
I can go with that.

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Hawaiian Earth didn't ya ask me then!?! [smilie=sillyjester.gif]
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Post by Quiet and Shy » October 4, 2006 7:24 pm

Hmmm....Buffettized "Silver Wings"...

this one's gonna take another listen or two...
"Reading departure signs in some big airport reminds me of the places I've been"

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trojan_sixtyone
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Post by trojan_sixtyone » October 4, 2006 7:24 pm

Jimmy's voice so far on "Silver Wings" sounds like the more youthful Jimmy of the 80s (vocally). Really soft and of a higher pitch than what he usually sticks to now. Nice change of pace.

Rhythm is somewhat like a samba. Nice.
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wannabejane
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Post by wannabejane » October 4, 2006 7:24 pm

Captain Joe wrote:Damn that "Wheel" is cool as hell!!!!
I totally agree!!
Gonna dance til I fall!

myke212
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Post by myke212 » October 4, 2006 7:24 pm

This has always been one of my favorite haggard songs. Ilike the buffettized version
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