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Posted: Feb 1, 2023 - 7:17am

fantastic concept and video (and youtube channel)



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Posted: Jan 26, 2023 - 6:38am

 Manbird wrote:

Put it down, you don't know what you're doing -
yes I do! If you won't shoot me I'll do it myself...
I can work it... I watched you and the policeman...
It's easy... just cock the hammer...
Just cock the hammer...
MISS JOHNSON! NO!
(sound of gunshot)


It's Over 
(by OAI)

The end of the world, a time of fear and dread
As fires rage and cities fall, the living flee ahead
The skies darken, ash and smoke obscure the sun
Nature's wrath, a battle lost, the damage has been done

The ground shakes, the oceans rise, the earth splits in two
Buildings crumble, bridges fall, there's nothing left to do
But wait for the end, embrace it with open arms
For in destruction, there may be a chance for rebirth and charm

But as the end draws near, and all seems lost
The glimmer of hope shines at any cost
For in the ashes, a new beginning may rise
And with it, the chance for a better life.




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Posted: Jan 25, 2023 - 6:35pm

 miamizsun wrote:






Put it down, you don't know what you're doing -
yes I do! If you won't shoot me I'll do it myself...
I can work it... I watched you and the policeman...
It's easy... just cock the hammer...
Just cock the hammer...
MISS JOHNSON! NO!
(sound of gunshot)
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Posted: Jan 25, 2023 - 3:50pm

 Manbird wrote:


Oh! No! I abso-freaking-lootly ADORE Invidio.us! 
I'll never look my organic loofah in the eyes again! 
YouTube my ass! Is everyone else feeling me? Yeah?





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 Ohmsen wrote:



Oh! No! I abso-freaking-lootly ADORE Invidio.us! 
I'll never look my organic loofah in the eyes again! 
YouTube my ass! Is everyone else feeling me? Yeah?







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Posted: Jan 8, 2022 - 12:42pm

How Humanity Came To Contemplate Its Possible Extinction: A Timeline
It is only in the last couple of centuries that we have begun to grasp that our existence might one day cease to exist forever.
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Posted: Oct 5, 2019 - 5:54am

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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 11:29am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
oldviolin wrote:
 It's like an open mic performance. A bit up tempo. Rushed even. Flat mix. No reverb or depth. I guess it was the show band playing. Plus I can't stop myself from staring at her hair. This is a song I remember so well as a child. This one and the Dixie Cups 'Chapel of Love'  My sweet Aunt Louella played her little table radio all day long. I heard it all there plus farm and fields and a majestic German Shepherd named King...but I digress...
Time machine
 The credits say it's Floyd Cramer on piano, Chet Atkins producing. But yeah, very flat and she seems really jittery.
 
I assumed those credits on the YouTube page were referring to the studio recording, though maybe they refer to that if it is a backing track for that show  - it is nice guitar work on it..
SeriousLee

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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 11:20am

Is like the darkness becoming light to you
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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 11:15am

Keb Mo and Rosanne Cash sing "Put a Woman in Charge."
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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 9:49am



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 oldviolin wrote:


 
 

It's like an open mic performance. A bit up tempo. Rushed even. Flat mix. No reverb or depth. I guess it was the show band playing. Plus I can't stop myself from staring at her hair. This is a song I remember so well as a child. This one and the Dixie Cups 'Chapel of Love'  My sweet Aunt Louella played her little table radio all day long. I heard it all there plus farm and fields and a majestic German Shepherd named King...but I digress...
Time machine
 

The credits say it's Floyd Cramer on piano, Chet Atkins producing. But yeah, very flat and she seems really jittery.
 

As a PostScript somewhat in keeping with the thread, I loved that dog so much that 
I named a puppy I found on the school playground King. He was a mix that I brought home while in the third grade or something, a quite common thing for me I guess. 
He wound up being run over and killed. Same with my Toby which looked like Antigone's Weezie...
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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 8:19am



 Proclivities wrote:


 oldviolin wrote:
Then there's this one written by a guy named Chip Taylor and first recorded by Merrilee Rush And The Turnabouts (also later by Skeeter Davis and many others). I remember those older and more aware than I calling it scandalous.  
In reading a little I learned the band played it when opening for Paul Revere And The Raiders in '68. The flip side was a song called 'Reap What You Sew'
 
I always liked that song.  Chip Taylor also wrote "Wild Thing"; he's Jon Voight's brother.  They're from my hometown (though they were from the "fancy" side of of the city).
 
Daaaang that's cool. Lol 'fancy' side of the city.  Yeah those people had paved driveways 
or a garage or a gas grill or all of the above. 

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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 8:14am



 oldviolin wrote:
Then there's this one written by a guy named Chip Taylor and first recorded by Merrilee Rush And The Turnabouts (also later by Skeeter Davis and many others). I remember those older and more aware than I calling it scandalous.  
In reading a little I learned the band played it when opening for Paul Revere And The Raiders in '68. The flip side was a song called 'Reap What You Sew'
 
I always liked that song.  Chip Taylor also wrote "Wild Thing"; he's Jon Voight's brother.  They're from my hometown (though they were from the "fancy" side of of the city).
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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 8:07am

Then there's this one written by a guy named Chip Taylor and first recorded by Merrilee Rush And The Turnabouts (also later by Skeeter Davis and many others). I remember those older and more aware than I calling it scandalous.  
In reading a little I learned the band played it when opening for Paul Revere And The Raiders in '68. The flip side was a song called 'Reap What You Sew'


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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 7:45am


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 Wow! She's so nervous; I wonder if that was her big break. Doesn't exactly have the same shimmer and gloss of the studio track... (by a longshot)
 
Yeah, she was clearly nervous, especially at the beginning, but she got into it more and was singing more confidently after the first verse.  Obviously one of her first TV appearances if not the first.  That version has much more "country" arrangement - no strings, only guitar and pedal steel.  I can't tell if it was being played "live" by the house musicians on whatever show that was, but it was at least tailored to that show.  It's sweet how she said "Thank y'all very much" at the end.  The studio (crossover) version is really good - she did nice harmonies in the bridge.  It was produced by Chet Atkins and apparently had Floyd Cramer playing piano on it.
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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 7:44am



 sirdroseph wrote:
 miamizsun wrote:
soon, but not yet...

 
As a child this song always fascinated me, like it came from another dimension or something.
{#Eek}
 

You ain't gonna need your teeth, won't need your eyes...

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Posted: Oct 4, 2019 - 7:42am



 oldviolin wrote:


 
 

It's like an open mic performance. A bit up tempo. Rushed even. Flat mix. No reverb or depth. I guess it was the show band playing. Plus I can't stop myself from staring at her hair. This is a song I remember so well as a child. This one and the Dixie Cups 'Chapel of Love'  My sweet Aunt Louella played her little table radio all day long. I heard it all there plus farm and fields and a majestic German Shepherd named King...but I digress...
Time machine
 

The credits say it's Floyd Cramer on piano, Chet Atkins producing. But yeah, very flat and she seems really jittery.
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