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Daisy McLintock

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  1. Whoops. Kirk deleted his x-rated comments.... Hmmm, I wonder what they were....
  2. Handsome? Did somebody say handsome? Where?
  3. Happiness is being on EC.
  4. Cute monkey sneezing! Only on Letterman...
  5. A little odd commercial for a David Letterman CD but funny.
  6. I love it when my son asks me for a hug or tells me he loves me. I love holding my pet. I love my piano and music.
  7. I don't know what the song is but dang Hollies you gave some good choices. I had expected someone to tell Trindy she's out of her mind if we think we could come up with a song with hardly any lyrics. Simply amazing.
  8. What a way to open my Saturday morning. Ira you're hilarious! Now I know who to say away from on this board, lol. [winks at G ]
  9. Hey Marv I really liked that Black Friday by Steely Dan song you posted. It doesn't sound like traditional Steely Dan to me.
  10. G I must be nuts because I made it there at 4:30am!! The thing is, is that the real dirt cheap stuff goes quick, but first come first serve. I only wish I had more money!!
  11. Good thread, Wimvriezen. Well I have noticed more and more inactive members posting. So long as we continue to make this board a safe place to post AND Eric continues to post like a good boy (teasing!), active and inactive members will keep popping up.
  12. For men - how about tickets to a sporting event, or musical event that they like? How about a new tool set or a first tool set? How about an electronic drill? Or a big toolbox?
  13. We are Sadiis, we are! Thanksgiving is a huge holiday for many in this country, and so is Christmas. I'm totally in the spirit of things!
  14. MJ where I live there is very very little traffic, and last year when I went shopping on Black Friday it was really neat inside. Everybody was excited but calm, and I saw mothers with their daughters and plenty of coffee mugs. No one got rude or anything. IN fact people were willing to chit chat about what they were buying and everything. It was actually one of my most pleasant shopping experiences ever. On the flip side I am not always in the mood for crowds. After school in the afternoon I am rarely in the mood for crowds or people and just wanna get home. On Saturdays I'm not up for crowds either, most of the time. But I do love some shopping at the end of the year time.
  15. Well Ira, as I said on another thread tomorrow I am going to Kohl's to purchase a pair of waterproof rainboots for myself and some pants for my son. The department store opens at 4am and I hope to be there when it opens.
  16. Didn't realize the significance of this event until I read your post.
  17. I don't know where to begin. I humbly thank you for your kind words in saying I am knowledgeable about Ambrosia, but I really don't consider myself knowledgeable in the sense that I know all about their music. I was really just wanting to comment on how flexible Pack's voice is. You've defined "needing to grow" and "Creative growth" perfectly. Thanks for that. I'm still not sure about musicians changing genres, but I see some have done well with it. I have leftover questions which I hope you'll be able to shed some light. As much as music consumes my soul each and every day, I admit I am no expert at putting music to its proper genre. My interpretations of rock and pop have always been off the mark, and really, that's okay because I never really had any reason to know who made what, until now. And even now I don't really have to, but I feel a deep interest to learn. Surfing on youtube I just accidentally ran into Eric Clapton's "Tears In Heaven" and you wanna know what I thought of this song when it came out? I thought this song came from a couple of brand new artists who were luny country boys pulled out of some bar in a redneck town and were strung out on dope or something. I never knew Clapton did this song. I mean absolutely no offense to Mr. Clapton but geez gawlly how in the name of the good lord did you come to record such a depressing song??? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRsJlAJvOSM&feature=related It's a good thing you mentioned the Eagles. They are a good place for me to start figuring things out. I never thought about whether the Eagles were a rock band or not. They are also considered a country rock band. Country rock? What's "country rock?" The Eagles also recorded a bluesy-type song "Witchy Woman." So recording a song or two in a different genre doesn't mean a complete permanent change in genre, just a temporary one, it seems. Another example of temporarily changing genres is rock bands recording ballads. Don Henley's "Heart of the Matter" is an example. Another very beautiful example of this is Scorpions "Still Loving You" which has an outstanding guitar riff. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uNyPefjS88 (whoops. in another post somewhere I said I didn't like heavy metal but I forgot about the Scorpions so I guess I like some heavy metal) Then you have the Edgar Winter Band which is enough to confuse anybody: jazz, blues and rock. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1mV_5-bRPo More difficult genres to discern are classic rock, country rock, soft country rock, country folk rock, easy listening, and pop. All I can say is, I'm glad my job is not categorizing songs.
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