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1 minute ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

took you long enough    LOL  :wub:

 

 

haha sorry buddy. Busy season at work

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TIL CBF couldn't find the archives to search.   

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haha sorry buddy. Busy season at work

thats a good thing 

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8 minutes ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

TIL CBF couldn't find the archives to search.   

 

Not so much as couldn't find them as to was just too lazy

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The White Album was to be called A Dolls House with this cover...

 

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Geez....

 

 

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Posted (edited)

and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds has nothing to do with LSD 

 

I am the Walrus koo koo kachoo 

 on this day in history 1886

Jacob's Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia, begins offering a bubbly beverage called Coca-Cola, a patent medicine said to ease ailments such as dyspepsia, headache, impotence, and morphine addiction. The drink will become rather popular as time goes by.

 

I believe it also had coca-leaf extract (cocaine) in it

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13 minutes ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds has nothing to do with LSD 

 

I am the Walrus koo koo kachoo 

 on this day in history 1886

Jacob's Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia, begins offering a bubbly beverage called Coca-Cola, a patent medicine said to ease ailments such as dyspepsia, headache, impotence, and morphine addiction. The drink will become rather popular as time goes by.

 

that was part of the culture, pretend no songs were about drugs when talking to someone you looked down on....

 

 

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2 minutes ago, row_33 said:

 

that was part of the culture, pretend no songs were about drugs when talking to someone you looked down on....

 

 

There are so many crazy rockers that say they never used drugs in the 70's ...   I still don't believe them. 

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1 hour ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

 

There are so many crazy rockers that say they never used drugs in the 70's ...   I still don't believe them. 

 

i can accept it for a few of them.

 

 

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1 hour ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

 

There are so many crazy rockers that say they never used drugs in the 70's ...   I still don't believe them. 

 

Put Zappa at the top of that list - and yet,  he fired Steve Vai for smoking a joint.

 

Does anyone really believe the ‘Mothers of Invention’ were not severely drug-influenced?

 

(I have to go away now ... weasels are ripping my flesh...)

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Ted Nugent

John Lodge

 

No problem with accepting Zappa lived a clean life, mostly ate hot dogs

 

 

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1 hour ago, row_33 said:

Ted Nugent

John Lodge

 

No problem with accepting Zappa lived a clean life, mostly ate hot dogs

 

Yeah, but still so surreal, considering the bizarre quality of his creative work, and the life-long company of fellow musicians.

 

Perhaps one of the most brilliant to ever lay fingers on a Gibson or Fender, when I saw him he drank coffee and smoked Winstons.

 

Said tobacco was his favorite vegetable.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, The Senator said:

 

Yeah, but still so surreal, considering the bizarre quality of his creative work, and the life-long company of fellow musicians.

 

Perhaps one of the most brilliant to ever lay fingers on a Gibson or Fender, when I saw him he drank coffee and smoked Winstons.

 

Said tobacco was his favorite vegetable.

 

 

 

I have the complete Edgard Varese 2CD set somewhere in my collection, big influence for FZ.

 

 

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13 minutes ago, DC Tom said:

 

Really?  You didn't know until today that no one's walked on the moon recently?  

 

Just Sting in the early 1980s

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57 minutes ago, row_33 said:

 

Just Sting in the early 1980s

And Michael Jackson.

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On 5/10/2019 at 1:11 PM, DC Tom said:

 

Really?  You didn't know until today that no one's walked on the moon recently?  

 

Wow it really does take a long time for news to reach Canada...

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