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  • inmate1571

    Cool. I'd love a Vox. I'd love an amp but I'd probably cry a little bit if I could get a Vox 60's 'teardrop' Which amp have you gone for? The classics are always good because you tend to know all the words which then frees up the brain for the relevant chore. (I'm far to close to the 'men cant multitask' cliché here) Y'know, I may have to look into getting that book. I have an ever growing collection of Taschen :-)

    30 Jun 22h39 Responder
  • agentzigzag

    Hello tt

    25 Jun 11h22 Responder
  • freezerr

    Next Sunday try with Odawas Black Iron Awakening. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka3QENhhufw Don't watch it 'till Sunday please.

    23 Jun 18h25 Responder
  • freezerr

    A song for Sunday? Definitely Monday, by The Jam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hywPbEtD0xs (Sorry for the late reply)

    23 Jun 16h08 Responder
  • inmate1571

    'Fraid not, none that I can think of or even think suitable for yourself. I'm still only really listening to songs that I'm learning and I'm not sure if I even like some of those. Are you finding time to read any decent books lately?

    21 Jun 13h10 Responder
  • inmate1571

    It is indeed :-) Hello T..How you doing?

    25 Mai 22h13 Responder
  • yahzenbahzen

    I know! Great aren't they!

    25 Mai 13h36 Responder
  • yahzenbahzen

    Hi! How are you?

    25 Mai 10h06 Responder
  • grahamdunning

    Pleasure to meet you! Graham Dunning

    17 Mai 7h15 Responder
  • F_Roundhouse

    Cheers! How is Spring going over there? It's in full swing here. Hope all is well. Thanks for stopping by. ;-) ~Jennifer

    9 Abr 6h04 Responder
  • yahzenbahzen

    Hello you! How have you been? Hopefully joyous with the emergence of Spring in the air. :)

    5 Abr 10h45 Responder
  • agentzigzag

    yep , watched it again this week , dripping in seventies atmosphere ......

    30 Mar 20h25 Responder
  • agentzigzag

    angles ...... looked at the link , get carter

    28 Mar 23h15 Responder
  • Hurls

    Thanks for the visit

    1 Mar 4h41 Responder
  • agentzigzag

    Thanks tt , will give a listen over the weekend ....

    13 Fev 9h33 Responder
  • in90sec

    finding us being on 'high' still, wow, despite the fact i listened so much of Emmylou Harris, Gram Parsons, Hank Williams and Willie Nelson recently - but - i don't wear chequered shirts now and boots and no campfire where i was joining in either...

    1 Fev 17h12 Responder
  • agentzigzag

    good evening TT ......

    31 Jan 20h56 Responder
  • yahzenbahzen

    Oh hello you! Well, work often has that effect on me too. I am fine, slightly more travelled since we last spoke and much better off for it. :) So, what's new in your life? Will you be elaborating on your perturburances regarding workdom? I am curious! :D

    22 Jan 21h40 Responder
  • yahzenbahzen

    Hello!! How are you?

    20 Jan 17h29 Responder
  • lastfmart

    Thanks for stopping by, I hope you found something entertaining. Love your style. :)

    16 Jan 16h00 Responder
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