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Favorite team:LSU 
Location:Central, La.
Biography:'78 Belaire HS Grad, B.R. Anceint Athletes Society, B.R. Electrical League
Interests:LSU Football, Offshore Fishing, Beach Volleyball, Cooking
Occupation:Electrical Estimator/Designer/Project Manager
Number of Posts:26571
Registered on:1/14/2005
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AXS TV Rolling Stones Documentary - TreeDawg
[link=(http://www.axs.tv/axstvconcerts/the-rolling-stones-crossfire-hurricane-premieres-on-axs-tv-february-14th-at-98c/)]Crossfire Hurricane[/link] Another great documentary on AXS TV. Dives deep into their beginnings and what plagued them during live shows for years to come. I am not the huges...
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re: Total restoration of 57 year old tube amplifier (pics!)... - TreeDawg
Awesome stuff Marco!! I have a lot of old mono vinyl in my collection as well as 1976 Sansui Receiver that has a mono switch selector. I think it was you that talked about the need to have a mono stylus to fully obtain the true mono recording. How hard is it to find one? Is there a need for a di...
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re: Why doesn't the River Center ever have concerts? - TreeDawg
[quote] The centroplex dealbreaker was actually the ZZ Top concert before the AC/DC concert. The news was tipped off after that one and it set the situation up for them to ambush everybody at the AC/DC show. That last GA ZZ Top show was arguably MORE of a drug/alcohol Sodom and Gomorrah than the AC/...
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re: Why doesn't the River Center ever have concerts? - TreeDawg
[quote] I never forgave Ossie Brown for that bull shite. UFO opening for Ozzy and Randy Rhoads still alive. He died two weeks after that show would have occurred. [/quote] I am still pissed about that. :banghead: [quote]Ozzy did find a way around Ossie exactly one year later with a show right...
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re: Buying a new washer - TreeDawg
[quote]We're probably going to go with a Speed Queen top load. Not fancy but they're supposed to last 20 years. better hurry. I heard they are fixing to stop production of the manual switch models this year. [/quote] You know someone at Stanton's don't you? :lol: We just bought this un...
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re: Sherwood Forest 80s/Early 90s Nostalgia Thread - What Do You Remember? - TreeDawg
[quote]Had you figured for Belaire[/quote] Class of '78 here..........and we are why it was called "Jellaire" :pimp:...
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re: Sherwood Forest 80s/Early 90s Nostalgia Thread - What Do You Remember? - TreeDawg
[quote]My ex was the bartender there for years. [/quote] :pimp: :dude: [quote]No mentioned of Papa Joes ? [/quote] Good times bro!! ...
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re: Sherwood Forest 80s/Early 90s Nostalgia Thread - What Do You Remember? - TreeDawg
[quote]And I was pals with Jimmy Faul RIP and a couple of his brothers. yep [/quote] Knew them well, drank many a night with them at Sonny's Lounge across the street..............
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re: Sherwood Forest 80s/Early 90s Nostalgia Thread - What Do You Remember? - TreeDawg
Dude we must know each other. I went to HS with everyone mentioned in your post. I even know the owner of Cooley's where this all happened. :cheers: Cooley's later became the Branding Iron BBQ. Don Pedigo had was serving those killer steaks across the street a La Rouge Garden. Drank alm...
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re: What musician do you most respect? - TreeDawg
Dan Fogelberg...
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re: Glenn Gould - The Best Pianist Ever? - TreeDawg
[link=(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ah392lnFHxM)]The Goldberg Variations[/link] Thank You!! I wonder if I can get a vinyl of this? :lol:...
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re: Glenn Gould - The Best Pianist Ever? - TreeDawg
[quote]Gould is particularly famous for his recording of "The Goldberg Variations"[/quote] I loved his ability to break down original compositions then put them back together in his own style. His music was like a "Classical Piano Remix". Amazing....... :bow:...
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re: Glenn Gould - The Best Pianist Ever? - TreeDawg
I am not a Classical Music guy or Piano player, plus he was popular around the time I was born. I was amazed at his talent and popularity. Dude was like a rock star. How do you know of him?...
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Glenn Gould - The Best Pianist Ever? - TreeDawg
Any Pianists in the house? I watched the documentary on AXS last night, "Genius Within - The inner life of Glenn Gould". I had never heard of him (before my time) prior. What a genius of a musician playing at a never seen before degree of difficulty. Worth the watch!!! Have any of you ever hear...
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re: Top 5 Concerts you have seen - TreeDawg
Almost impossible, let's see what I can remember :lol: Yes - In The Round, 1979 BR Centroplex Frank Zappa, 1977 LSU Assembly Center Rainbow, 1978 BR Centroplex (Laughable that they were warmup for REO, band included Blackmore, Dio and Cozy Powell) Ozzy & Alice in Chains, 1992 UNO La...
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re: everything 'THE WAREHOUSE' - 700 pics, 35 audio bootlegs, archives ... - TreeDawg
Man saw a lot of great shows there!!!!! You have a great website with a lot of History. I was lucky enough to be part of a lot of it and wish I had been 5 years earlier to enjoy what I didn't. Wasn't a documentary done about the Warehouse?? :cheers: :dude:...
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re: It is time for SOUP!!!!! - TreeDawg
[quote]Are you draining cans of vegetables or dumping all in? It seems like a lot of water, this isn't too thin? [/quote] I always drain canned veggies. I start with 2 gallons of water and a Qt of broth. The soup never ends up to watery and most times I have to add water as I go. The 5 or so h...
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re: It is time for SOUP!!!!! - TreeDawg
[quote]Good to see you, Tree! [/quote] Hey Gris Gris, I wish I had more time to post. This was the 1st weekend back at my house since being flooded out. We are in a FEMA Trailer now and I have been without a kitchen since August. Talk about picking up my spirits being able to cook again. :...
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re: It is time for SOUP!!!!! - TreeDawg
[quote]Thanks for posting this[/quote] You are welcome and you will not be dis-appointed. :cheers:...
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re: Who makes your favorite burrito in BR? - TreeDawg
Fried Burrito at El Rio Grande!!!! :bow:...
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