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  1. That's what I was thinking, I'd think they'd keep...

    That's what I was thinking, I'd think they'd keep doing these things as long as this goes on. But who knows? Anyway, I might put another order in later this month, maybe after my next paycheck comes...
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    I dunno about "essential", but I thought the...

    I dunno about "essential", but I thought the soundtracks to the movies American Graffiti, FM, Heavy Metal, Repo Man, and Times Square were all pretty bad ass. Or as the young people say today,...
  3. Yeah, I got into his work, thanks to Cuneiform. I...

    Yeah, I got into his work, thanks to Cuneiform. I remember buying his Folklore album, I think on the strength of the guest musicians who plaeyd on it. Then I kinda lost track of him for a long time,...
  4. Today's haul: Radio Massacre International:...

    Today's haul:

    Radio Massacre International: The Maelstrom Tapes pt I
    Radio Massacre International: The Maelstrom Tapes pt II
    Steve Roach: Traveler:
    Miles Richmond/Peter Grenader/Steve Roach:...
  5. I saw him around that time, at a place called the...

    I saw him around that time, at a place called the Gallery Cafe in Cleveland, but my memory that it was later in the year, closer to summer time. But maybe I'm mistaken. Or maybe Daevid hung around...
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    I went to middle school with Dick's granddaughter...

    I went to middle school with Dick's granddaughter Jessica. She passed away when we were in the 8th grade. I mean, we weren't really friends or anything, we were only in a couple classes together (as...
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    re: Star Trek The network put a producer...

    re: Star Trek



    The network put a producer named Fred Freiberger in charge of the show for series three, and over the years, he became notorious for doing the exact same thing as he did with...
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    On tonight's Chuck repeat, guest star Chevy Chase...

    On tonight's Chuck repeat, guest star Chevy Chase greets two Japanese men. One of them he says, "Arigato!" to, the other he says "Inna-Gada-Da-Vida!" to. Brilliant!
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    There's been some murmuring from Steve Dinsdale...

    There's been some murmuring from Steve Dinsdale to that effect on Facebook.

    Yeah, there's some stuff I definitely wish could be released, but if it wasn't recorded, or if the band has decided...
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    I still need to see that. I hear they spend a lot...

    I still need to see that. I hear they spend a lot of time riffing on Flash Gordon.
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    I remember Night Flight showing a section of The...

    I remember Night Flight showing a section of The 2000 Year Old Man once, which then prompted me to rent the VHS. Carl mostly plays straight man, asking questions which Mel gives crazy answers to, but...
  12. Well, remember that Imaginos was supposed to be a...

    Well, remember that Imaginos was supposed to be a Albert Bouchard solo album. Albert and Sandy started working on Imaginos in 1984, but the record company rejected it. Then as time went on, Sandy...
  13. Just like most people either don't know Peter...

    Just like most people either don't know Peter Gabriel was in Genesis, or, actually, more recently, don't even know his solo stuff.
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    I need to pick up more of the Masada related...

    I need to pick up more of the Masada related stuff. I only have the one that Pat Metheny did, which I like quite a bit.
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    Grateful Dead: That's It For The Other One, New...

    Grateful Dead: That's It For The Other One, New Potato Caboose, Born Cross Eyed, St Stephen, Mountains Of The Moon, The Eleven
    Bob Seger System: 2+2=?, Tales Of Lucy Blue, Ivory, Doctor Fine, The...
  16. Thread: Magma news

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    Thanks for confirming that. I remember hearing...

    Thanks for confirming that. I remember hearing that Zebehen Strain De Geustaah effectively hired a tribute band to be the new Magma, but never knew if it was true or not.
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    I think the first time I heard of John Zorn was...

    I think the first time I heard of John Zorn was seeing a photo of him in a book about avant garde music that I borrowed from the library, which showed him doing one of his duck call solos. As I...
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    Back when IMDB still had a fan forum (why did...

    Back when IMDB still had a fan forum (why did they get rid of that?!), I recall on the Barney Miller page, there was some commentary to the effect that Vigoda was a bit of a pain in the ass to work...
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    What does his name have to do with where he's...

    What does his name have to do with where he's from?
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    If we're talking quotes, one of my favorites is...

    If we're talking quotes, one of my favorites is the exchange between Harris and Barrney, in the "brownies" episode.

    Barney: Have these analyzed!
    (Harris, already blasted, as is everyone else,...
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    I remember them getting their lunch order from...

    I remember them getting their lunch order from the local deli. Yemana orders "sashimi on rye" or whatever. The guy from the deli says, "Uh, it's called lox", and Yemana says "The hell you say! Our...
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    yeah, it was. Lots of great stuff on that show,...

    yeah, it was. Lots of great stuff on that show, like when Wojo brought the brownies his new girlfriend baked into the squad room. Or the one where the guy trying committing suicide in the squad room...
  23. I'm not sure which part of my post you're...

    I'm not sure which part of my post you're responding to, given that you quoted the entire thing, but Steve was the only one who made a solo record at that time. Other than The Geese And The Ghost,...
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    Don't you mean "The Enchanted Kingdom", as Harris...

    Don't you mean "The Enchanted Kingdom", as Harris liked to call it? I think there were a few. It's been a few years since my latest bout of watching the show, but I rthink there must have been a few.
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    I'vew got it in my "watch list" on Amazon Prime....

    I'vew got it in my "watch list" on Amazon Prime. It looks like it would be good.
  26. Yeah, Gabriel's said one of the reasons he left...

    Yeah, Gabriel's said one of the reasons he left the band was that, having written all the lyrics on The Lamb Does On Broadway (or most of them anyway), he didn't feel comfortable with going back to...
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    The original Fletch was a decent movie, I...

    The original Fletch was a decent movie, I thought. The sequel, not so much, though it did have a couple good moments in it.

    But I still think his best work was Foul Play and especially Seems Like...
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    I think I only ever saw them once, when they did...

    I think I only ever saw them once, when they did a show with Oroboros at the Agora, sometime back in the early 90's. I think it was one of the last shows I went to before I joined the Navy.
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    You ever see the movie Continental Divide? It was...

    You ever see the movie Continental Divide? It was a romantic comedy that John Belushi starred in. Yes, that's right, Belushi did a rom com, with him in the "leading man" role. I remember seeing it...
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    Mine was customized and "abused" by a previous...

    Mine was customized and "abused" by a previous owner, who I believe was the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of a local band called The Janglers. It had replacement tuners (Schallers, you can see the...
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    I saw a couple guitars that Fender made that...

    I saw a couple guitars that Fender made that looked like bastard off spring between a Telecaster and a Gretsch. One was sort of like a Tele version of a White Falcon, the other was orange, like a...
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    That's because CBS totally frelled up the...

    That's because CBS totally frelled up the company, just as Norlin did to Gibson, and Baldwin did to Gretsch. Rule number one of running a guitar company: don't put someone who doesn't know anything...
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    Yeah, the Lonely Universe record is pretty good....

    Yeah, the Lonely Universe record is pretty good. I recall asking Torn about it on AOL about 20 years ago, and he said he didn't really have good memories of that project. I guess getting that record...
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    That and Ballet For A Blue Whale are probably my...

    That and Ballet For A Blue Whale are probably my favorites.

    With regards to Belew, I also rather love his contributions to Bowie's Stage live album, particularly the 2005 redux version.
    ...
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    I looked "vintage" up on Wikipedia, and it says...

    I looked "vintage" up on Wikipedia, and it says there's no "official" definition of "vintage", or what the distinction betwen "vintage" and "antique" is. But given that I was seeing early 60's...
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    So apparently Mister Rogers Neighborhood is...

    So apparently Mister Rogers Neighborhood is another show that's leaving Amazon Prime, or at least the "free" service. From what i can gather, if you subscribe to the PBSKids premium service, you'll...
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    Maybe he's the "Nigerian prince".

    Maybe he's the "Nigerian prince".
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    Well, I certainly agree with you, viz-a-vis his...

    Well, I certainly agree with you, viz-a-vis his early stuff. Never thought any of tha twas funny. But I liked 50 First Dates, and I gather he's done a couple dramatic films that have been very well...
  39. I know you're joking, but Peter had to sing a few...

    I know you're joking, but Peter had to sing a few songs from behind the drums, notably Black Diamond (at virtually every show he did with the band), Nothing To Lose (he sings lead on the choruses),...
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    I've actually been curious to see Apocalypse Now...

    I've actually been curious to see Apocalypse Now for ages now. I don't know why, because on paper, it seems like another movie I "won't like", but for some reason, I'm interested in it. Mind you,...
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    Anyway, I think 17 years old can potentially...

    Anyway, I think 17 years old can potentially constitute "vintage TV". Dead Like Me is another old show that I've been watching on Prime Video. Unfortunately, apparently Prime is dropping it at the...
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    I don't think I knew he was in it, either, though...

    I don't think I knew he was in it, either, though I've seen it several times. He was also in Sinbad & The Eye Of The Tiger, the picture that Patrick Wayne and Jane Seymour (and, apparently, Peter...
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    Prime example of what I didn't like about Chris...

    Prime example of what I didn't like about Chris Farley. I know they say that most comedians are desparate for people to like them and accept them, etc, and never have I seen it so obvious as with...
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    Does the name Ray Harryhausen mean anything to...

    Does the name Ray Harryhausen mean anything to you?
  45. Same reason why Hackett suddenly started standing...

    Same reason why Hackett suddenly started standing and Rutherford became more animated, as well as the two of them taking turns introducing songs.

    I've been given to believe that singing and...
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    OK, I can understand you bringing up The Exorcist...

    OK, I can understand you bringing up The Exorcist (I need to rewatch that again), but really, The Jazz Singer?! What do I look like to you? Some sort of Neal Diamond fanboy?!

    All seriousness...
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    Doctor Detroit I haven't seen in ages, but...

    Doctor Detroit I haven't seen in ages, but there's a few moments I thought were great, like when he threatens Mom, "I'm going to rip off your head and piss down your neck", and the nightmare he has...
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    I watched most of it in it's original broadcast....

    I watched most of it in it's original broadcast. A decade or more later, there was a documentary done, around he time that Sundance (I think it was Sundance) reran the show, and the producers were...
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    Yeah, he was brilliant as Major Nelson. That was...

    Yeah, he was brilliant as Major Nelson. That was one show I remember watching when I was a little, and have revisited again in recent years, and still think it's hilarious.

    Larry Hagman was also...
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    I forgot about Boys From Brazil, saw that when I...

    I forgot about Boys From Brazil, saw that when I was a teenager, in school, if you can believe that!

    But no, I was thinking of something a little later than that, a little closer to what you know...
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    So apparently, I must have started later than I...

    So apparently, I must have started later than I thought with Chuck, because I'm about 2/3's of the way through the second season, and I don't really remember any of these episodes at all, other than...
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    MASH we watched regularly (I remember seeing, and...

    MASH we watched regularly (I remember seeing, and not really understanding, when I was in about the 2nd or 3rd grade). Dallas I think we watched a bit, but I don't really remember much about it. Most...
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    Two words: Caddyshack 2 (which I let myself get...

    Two words: Caddyshack 2 (which I let myself get conned into seeing at the big expanded movie theater at Severance Towne Center, back when it came out)



    (Beldar mode) NEBS! NEBS! NEBS! I find...
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    Oh yeah, he was a musician before he was a...

    Oh yeah, he was a musician before he was a comedian, or maybe he was doing both simultaneously. He played drums in a band with Donald Fagan and Walter Becker, before they went off to LA to create...
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    Well, I remember Buffalo Bill and Slap Maxwell,...

    Well, I remember Buffalo Bill and Slap Maxwell, sort of, but not to the extent I can comment on the character. The main things I remember Dabney Coleman in are movies, specifically 9 To 5 (still a...
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    How many TV shows has Dabney Coleman done...

    How many TV shows has Dabney Coleman done (answer: quite a few, including three episodes of the original Outer Limits)? I thought he was brilliant in 9 To 5, as the sexist boss who almost gets...
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    Annoying TV characters? How about Sheldon Cooper?...

    Annoying TV characters? How about Sheldon Cooper? That character they added to King Of The Hill toward the end of it's run, voiced by Tom Petty, is another one that comes to mind. And pretty much...
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    1971 Uriah Heep: High Priestess Funkadelic:...

    1971
    Uriah Heep: High Priestess
    Funkadelic: Can You Get To That
    Isaac Hayes: Theme From Shaft
    Uriah Heep: July Morning
    Hawkwind: We Took The Wrong Steps Years Ago
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    1970 The Beatles: Let It Be Yes: Time And A...

    1970
    The Beatles: Let It Be
    Yes: Time And A Word
    The Byrds: Lover Of The Bayou
    Grateful Dead: Box Of Rain
    Derek And The Dominoes: Thorn Tree In The Garden
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    So let's try 1981 Blue Oyster Cult: Veteran Of...

    So let's try 1981

    Blue Oyster Cult: Veteran Of The Psychic Wars
    Electric Light Orchestra: Twilight
    Michael Schenker Group: Never Trust A Stranger
    The Police: Ωmegaman
    Hawkwind: Living On A...
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