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3 hours ago, keyman said:

Toyahhhhh!!!!!! 😁

Doesn't she look bloody fantastic at 62 !!!!! .... She is older than you and still much sexier !!!

 

EDIT = And a big shout out to MLC for posting the King Crimson track that took me down the Bob Fripp rabbit hole !!!

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The Beach road thread took me to this ..!!!

I love afternoons on the wine with bugger all to do  ...!!

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Bullfrog said:

Doesn't she look bloody fantastic at 62 !!!!! .... She is older than you, but you're  still much sexier !!!

 

EDIT = And a big shout out to MLC for posting the King Crimson track that took me down the Bob Fripp rabbit hole !!!

Aww thanks, BF, you're so sweet!! 😆

And her hubby is 74!!

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Just now, keyman said:

Aww thanks, BF, you're so sweet!! 😆

And her hubby is 74!!

Hahaha .. where is a Mod when you need one, breaking forum rules like that...

Yup ..her hubby is from Dorset where we are all sexy!! ( he is from a village 4 miles from where I am from) .. but sadly that is where any comparison ends ....He is rich, talented, mixes with rock stars and has a beautifu, rich, talented wife whereas I am just handsome and sexy !!!

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The Lovin’ Spoonful - named after the amount of ejaculate released during orgasm
 

 

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Well, that is what some think. Some attributed it to heroin also. 

"So besides their denials, honestly, the origin of the band’s name is pretty clear – John Sebastian attributed it to a musician friend of his named Fritz Richmond (like Sebastian, Richmond was involved in a “jugband” style of music), taking the name from a song lyric of Mississippi John Hurt’s classic blues song, “Coffee Blues.”

I will take John Sebastian's word for it.

Still, the lyrics are mildly suggestive if one wants to read that into it.

Mississippi John Hurt's Coffee Blues

This is the 'Coffee Blues', I likes a certain brand
Maxwell's House, it's good till the last drop
Just like it says on the can, I used to have a girl
Cookin' a good Maxwell House, she moved away
Some said to Memphis and some said to Leland
But I found her, I wanted her to cook me
Some good Maxwell's House, you understand?
If I can get me just a spoonful of Maxwell's House
Do me much good as two or three cups this other coffee
I've got to go to Memphis, bring her back to Leland
I wanna see my baby 'bout a lovin' spoonful, my lovin' spoonful
Well, I'm just got to have my lovin', I found her
Good mornin', baby, how you do this mornin'?
Well, please, ma'am, just a lovin' spoon, just a lovin' spoonful
I declare, I got to have my lovin' spoonful
My baby packed
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On 8/29/2020 at 6:39 AM, keyman said:

Toyahhhhh!!!!!! 😁

An appearance in "Shoestring" got me into Toyah....

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Great one BD

And the Hollies and Buffalo Springfield begat CSN (CSNY)....

hilarious

That could be an entire topic lol

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On 8/30/2020 at 9:44 PM, RhinoTusk said:

The Lovin’ Spoonful - named after the amount of ejaculate released during orgasm

Yes, but if you were being one of The Beastie Boys and the anal Cream pie came out with The Jam you'd be in Dire Straits looking for The Cure unless she'd been eating Red Hot Chilli Peppers ..

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Eagles Live @ the BBC in 1973.

I'd never realized how much Bernie Leadon held the group together early on. I'd always thought of him as totally secondary to Glenn Frey and Don Henley (and later, Joe Walsh, who replaced him).

Throughout the concert he plays multiple instruments, and here he does a kick-ass set of solos and fills that transform "Take it Easy."

 

 

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The beginning of this song is a practical joke played on the star. Dylan starts on time but the studio musicians just let him go on until he figures it out! 

How often have we heard Bob Dylan laugh?

 

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