Dmitry

I am seriously tempted to buy this.

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This may become an amazing family passtime, when my kids put me in the nursing home. Won't be long now.

 

 

 

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Actually, would you pick me up that “Meowhaus” tee? 😎

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Cuz when you think “saxophone”, you think “brassy”. :rolleyes:

(re: the ‘hype’ copy on the back.)

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Good lord what is that Black Sabbath box in the back all about? 

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I require dining out followed by a show before proceeding to "de-tangle those luscious locks".

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31 minutes ago, Dub Modal said:

Good lord what is that Black Sabbath box in the back all about? 

Helping Ozzy Osborne, the world-renowned reality show superstar, keep his groove through a hectic day?

Ozzy Osbourne is a genetic mutant, DNA research proves

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The perfect gag gift for anyone with no tolerance for the Duke of Puke, the Milquetoast Maestro, or the Master of Hairdo Music...

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If you look closely to the left, you will see a green placard that says JAZZ. That’s the  jazz section in this store, which is part of the local chain, Newbury Comics. This section was 10 feet long 10 years ago.

I bet there are about as many cds in the Black Sabbath boxed set as there are in the whole jazz section.

Go, Kenny!

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A true collector's item, garbage collector's, that is...

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19 hours ago, Ken Dryden said:

The perfect gag gift for anyone with no tolerance for the Duke of Puke, the Milquetoast Maestro, or the Master of Hairdo Music...

Do you mean Ozzy or Kenny G here? Because I hate Ozzy even more than Kenny G.

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No use for either one...

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Except as fodder?

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Or target practice... Ozzy never flew high enough to catch my attention, but most rock was driving me away by the time my jazz interest was taking off.

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Early Black Sabbath albums, some great music and Ozzy is essential to them. 

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3 hours ago, mjazzg said:

and Ozzy is essential to them.

Yes, but I'm afraid that's what blew his mind.

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16 hours ago, JSngry said:

Except as fodder?

No I hear he was a pretty bad influence on his kids for a while there back in the day. And my god, the language they picked up!

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On 4/18/2021 at 2:16 PM, mjazzg said:

Early Black Sabbath albums, some great music and Ozzy is essential to them. 

They were burnouts by the fourth album.  The first three do pack a wallop.

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3 hours ago, felser said:

They were burnouts by the fourth album.  The first three do pack a wallop.

No way! Fourth is best, and the fifth and sixth are great too. it’s only with those three that they learned how to write a vocal line that was not identical to what the bass was playing.

Also, no love for the Dio era? Those first two are great metal albums.
 

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