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Old 6th December 2002, 12:33 PM   #101
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Talking Lute, Mandolin - Let me laugh - When is Dis' Reggae Music!

Lute and Mandolin - Let me laugh!
When is Dis Reggae Music!
Dig that Rockin' Bass til your feet starts a move.

Some PASS AMPLIFIER suited music:

Pass It On


So won't you judge your actions
To make sure the results are clean?

Be not selfish in your doings:
Pass it on. (Pass it on, children)

Live for yourself and you will live in vain;
Live for others, you will live again.
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Old 6th December 2002, 02:15 PM   #102
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Default The new Halojoy

Halojoy,

My original mental impression of you was:
A ghostly white ag'ed Swede, eyes squinting as the Northern Lights shine through your window

Now it's:
A suntanned dreadlocked Swede, sitting by the pool, with a laptop, smoking something home grown

BTW, I've just put on some Hendrix
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Old 6th December 2002, 03:38 PM   #103
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Hi there,

my current favourite is Babylon Circus - "Au marché des illusions", nice Ska Reggae.......

I'm unfortunately too dumb to grow my own (but it would probably make a good DIY project )

edit:/ it's a french band. www.babyloncircus.com
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Old 6th December 2002, 05:09 PM   #104
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Thumbs up Babylon Circus - Ska band

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Hi there,
my current favourite is Babylon Circus - "Au marché des illusions", nice Ska Reggae.......
it's a french band. www.babyloncircus.com
I downloaded that complete mp3 4 MB file.
"Mighty Woman"
Oh me good friend, oh my brother
Ur chanting rastafari
U say we're all living together
Under the protection of the most high
U say we should all live in harmony
But u can't even do it with ur own family
Hey man there is war war in ur kitchen
Ya'd better watch what watch what ur doing
War war in the kitchen
Now u should stop and think a little man!

Just you think about, how sad!

I also set the graphic Equalizer in my Winamp to "Ska-preset"
To really get into the mood of it.
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Old 6th December 2002, 05:16 PM   #105
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***********NOW PLAYING*************


Abraham Laboriel "With friends"

bass virtuoso with a jazz fusion album
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Old 6th December 2002, 05:29 PM   #106
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Default Re: The new Halojoy

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Halojoy,
BTW, I've just put on some Hendrix
My favourites Hendrix:
2 national anthems:

He says to the english:
Quote:
Stand up!
Stand Up for your Country.
pause
Or I fuuck You!
Then he starts playing
"God Save the Queen"
as only he knows how...

United States of America's nationalanthem:
"Starsprangled Banner"
in an interpretation that shows what
what that Union all to often stands for,
not only in Vietnam in the 60ies,
but still today .....
the rest of the world can not help being a little puzzled
sweet talk but sour action ---
"by the fruit of a tree
you know the tree"
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Old 6th December 2002, 05:38 PM   #107
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Default Playing Hendrix reminded me...

When I was 17, I bought the single "Purple Haze".
When I couldn't hear the bass line well, it spurred me to build a Woofer. Not having many resources, I cut a hole in the top of the wardrobe in my bedroom, and mounted a 15 inch guitar speaker in there. The clothes damped the enclosure well!

Not many people had sub-woofers in the 60's
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Old 6th December 2002, 06:12 PM   #108
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Default Correct Subwoofer Use

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When I was 17... Not having many resources, I cut a hole in the top of the wardrobe in my bedroom, and mounted a 15 inch guitar speaker in there. The clothes damped the enclosure well!
A good way to let Jimi dust off some old clothes.
He would be just the right one for the job.
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Old 6th December 2002, 06:13 PM   #109
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blood sweat tears - symphony/sympathy for the devil (better than the stones?)
citizen fish - millenia madness
tea party - splendor solis
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Old 6th December 2002, 07:36 PM   #110
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Diana Krall - When I look in your eyes.

This is the best produced light jazz CD I've ever heard.
It's perfect. (If you like that sort of thing of course).

It's not a good test of hifi though - It sounds great almost everywhere; even in the car.
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