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Ellece

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  1. Hello, all! I am *way* overdue in posting here; I kinda lost this place for like 3 years, hee. But, I'm happy to be back now! I came here today with the intention of posting a different link to a Rapsberries performance of "Go All the Way" which is also on YouTube, and I spotted this thread, so I decided to add on here instead of making a new thread. I found this clip on YouTube recently, and I keep watching it because I get tickled at how Eric sings, "Go all the way..." he says it like, "Go all the wehhh!" and I just dissolve into giggles over it every time I watch the clip. I thought others might want to see it too, since it's so.. cute. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTNJCA2cfgg
  2. Greg Kihn

    I always liked Greg Kihn a lot too! He had some clever album titles by using a play of words on his name, like "Citizen Kihn," and "Kihnspiracy" I believe was another. Greg has written at least one novel, in the horror genre, but I haven't been able to find a copy. Has anyone here read his writing? --E
  3. My absence

    I'll keep you and your mom in my thoughts and prayers, Julia.. your mother is a lucky person to have a sweet daughter like you. I wish lots of peace and serenity for you both. Wow, Tony, you and I are in the same boat. My mother too has a form of dementia, and her memory and personality seem to diminish more from week to week. She and I are the only ones left in my family of origin, and luckily she moved last year to the city I live in so I can tend to her. It's such a devastating thing to live with. No matter how old you are, when something happens to one of your parents, it makes you feel like an orphaned little child. We'll be waiting for you, Julia!!
  4. Norah Jones

    Apparently Ravi Shankar's daughter Norah Jones appeals to a wide audience.. even me, Miss Picky Music Person, heh. I have "Come Away With Me" (which I got well before the Grammys) and it's on heavy rotation in both my car and my boombox. I don't like jazz per se, nor do I usually like many female vocalists, hahaha! I was glad to see her win over Attitude Lavigne especially, and I hope to hear a lot more of Norah in the future.
  5. Marvin's First Album

    My first album was a Donny Osmond album, I am quite certain. It had "Puppy Love" on it, and I think I was in the second grade then, so that made me age 6.
  6. Disco Ball

    Okay, Princess 80s has to step in in the middle of a disco thread, heehee.. Matthew (and Marvin), wasn't there a group in the Eighties called Clymaxx that did a song in 86-87 called "I Miss You"? (cheesy name for a band, IMHO) --E
  7. Eric actually talking on E?

    Bernie, that would be great if you did MP3 a speaking interview with Eric! I'd love to have a copy of something like that. Marvin, is there any way you could make your tape available online, maybe as an MP3?
  8. Happy New Year!

    I wish a big "Happy New Year" to everyone here at this most wonderful web site! Bernie, you have indeed done a fantastic job as webmaster, and I am thankful to be a part of such a fun, interesting online community. Thanks to all of you here for making me feel so welcome, and I hope that 2003 brings all that everyone desires. I know I have high hopes and big dreams for this upcoming year. HAPPY 2003!!!
  9. Totally Bummed and Whine-y

    Congrats to you and the new Mrs. Cartmill, Tony! So you did the Vegas thing? I found this thread after I spotted your mention of the music box store in a Vegas mall in another thread, so I wondered what brought you here to Sin City. Oh, and I am sorry to hear about your cat.. I still miss a beloved kitty that died back in 1986, who was the same age as yours. Cats are little angels with fur, IMHO.
  10. Cartoon World (Saturday morning)

    Yay, I'm so glad you liked it! It's a very fun site, I agree. Every time I look around there, I find something else that I remember from my childhood. I especially get nostalgic when I read the toy sections, heehee. I still collect toys, dolls especially.
  11. Cartoon World (Saturday morning)

    That's a cool site, Matthew! I love 60s and 70s nostalgia of any kind. Here is another fun site you might enjoy: Yesterdayland --E
  12. Happy Holidays and Merry CHRISTMAS

    Happy, Happy Holidays to one and all! May all your hopes and dreams for the new year come true, and may everyone be blessed with love, peace, and happiness!
  13. What about a chat room?

    You are quite right, Julia.. big, crowded chat rooms can be so bizarre. The first chat room I ever went to, though, is at a members-only musician's site much like this one, where the regular members all know each other and are very comfortable with one another, so it spoiled me as far as chat rooms go. After I tried to go to a public chat room, I was freaked out, heh. I know what you mean, Darlene.. the same members post here, so in a sense there is an interactive "chatty" feeling, yes. I just find chatting with people I have things in common with, in real time, to be a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing your link to your chat room, Julia! Maybe that could work for us EC fans!
  14. Hi all, I'm wondering something.. has there ever been discussion here of a chat room for EC fans? Admittedly I haven't dug backwards into old threads to check, but it's crossed my mind since I joined this great site. I'm not a fan of big, public chat rooms like the ones AOL or MSN have, but private sites like this one that have chat rooms are really a lot of fun. Just curious..
  15. VH1

    Hi Craig, If I am not mistaken, VH1 has a separate channel now called VH1 Classic, or something like that. I guess it's akin to how HBO has a bunch of specialty channels.. VH1 Classic, I am told, plays older videos and concentrates on music from the 80s and earlier, too. I am pretty sure it's not available where I live, and I heard about this from a friend with a satellite dish. Maybe VH1.com has more information about it.
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