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Originally posted by Mezzo Litro:
Originally posted by grunhauser:
Originally posted by nopat:

Very, very talented,

You forgot an "," between second "very" and "talented".

Wrong. He needs to replace the second "," with a period.

Wrong to both of you, I was typing on a laptop, not a regular keyboard, and disregarded the post immediately after I had hit "submit."

Is, that, ok, with, you, guys? Wink

edit: For the record, listening to Concord Dawn - Disturbance - Guardian Angel.
Originally posted by grunhauser:
Originally posted by nopat:

Wrong to both of you, I was typing on a laptop, not a regular keyboard, and disregarded the post immediately after I had hit "submit."

That's not the way to treat a post.It's un-American, to say the least.

For a discussion such as this, I'd say it's more than appropriate.

Break the wrist, walk away. Break the wrist, walk away...

By the way, you should have known there are two spaces after a period.

on edit: John Mayer - Heavier Things
Originally posted by Wine Joe:
never understood the fascination with this thread. Does anybody really read what others are listening too? I'm listening to my bulldog snoring right now if anyone really cares.

I like this thread. I find it interesting to see what music other people like. Especially if it is something unusual or something I liked in the past. Sometimes just the mention of a group or song can make me vividly visualize and remember highscool, jr. high or even middle school among other times in my life. Sometimes very specific moments.
What I would have listened to tonight if I picked the music: anything by Miles Davis; a collection of "greatest hits" by Howlin Wolf or Bo Diddley, either of Elvis Costello's first two albums, The Clash London Calling, and perhaps some Nickelback.

What I ended up listening to, courtesty of my 3 year old: Barney goes to the beach; the Sesame Street Alphabet song, The Wiggles doing "Cold Spaghetti, and of course, the Farmer in the Dell sung 100 times.
lights out in london, ufo

catfish blues, robert petaway

well i laid down....down last night

well i tried toooo... take my reeeeest

notion struck me last night

i bleave i, i bleeeeave i

i bleave i'll take a stroll out west

take a stroll out west

take a strooooll oooohouuuut west.... strooooll out west

when i fry all those catfish mammas

i saw swimin' deep darlin'... in the deep blue sea

i be leavin' tha gal now sweet mamma

i be settin' out hooks for meat

settin' out hooouuuooks for meat

settin' out hooks fooohoor meat

settin' out hooks for meeeeeaaat

well i went down.. yes

doooown to tha church house... yes

well i call on me to pray

fell on my knees, now mamma

not a word to say

not a word to say

play em man

play em a long time

i'm gonna write me a letter

write me a letter babe

just to see if she's thinkin' o' me

thinkiiiin' o' me

el cameron de isla

heart full of soul, chris isaak

holy diver, dio
Anyone in here own a iPod Nano? I am having problems transfering the tunes from iTunes onto my iPod. I am using a VAIO laptop with Windows and keep getting error messages relating to default audio types and access priveleges. The tunes download into iTunes but they are not trasnferred from iTunes onto my iPod

Anyone have these sort of problems? If so, any suggestions how to remedy them?
The City of Fullerton, CA abruptly removed all 17 of Slayer's promotional bus benches. Twenty years of equipment and stage production was stolen out of their warehouse. Their 2006 U.S. Tour due to kick off 6.6.06 had to be postponed due to band member Tom Araya's emergency surgery. But none of these roadblocks prevented Slayer's brand new album, "Christ Illusion" (American Recordings/WBR), from making the highest chart debut of the band's career, coming in at #5 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums Chart.
Setting up my wife's new iPod 1GB (drawing tunes from my 30GB)....

Going through the good stuff......

But beat this......

Against The Wind - Bob Segar (Is there a better Rock song recorded since?)

Bruce Springsteen - Not fair - Thunder Roads, Badlands, The River, Atlantic City......

Dave Matthews - Crash Into Me.... (wife hates it so stop there)

David Bowie - Changes, Ziggy, Young Americans, Ashes, China Girl, Modern Love..... I'm out!!!!!!

To be continued.....
Thanks Steve,

Music is usually a good place to start when meeting people! I have always loved drinking wine and now have been bit by the bug to start collecting for the future. I know I should turn and run as it has already started some obsessive behavior.
Need to learn a lot though. And after spending a lot of time on car boards I knew the best info is found in the message communities ( not all!) So here I am .