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re: The Godfather - midnight1961
[quote]Similarly I watched Once Upon a Time in America the other day for the first time in I don't even know how long, and was gripped from beginning to end.  [/quote] Great movie !! Another great one is Once Upon a Time in The West. Sergio Leone was a master at making great movies...The Good...
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re: distortion/overdrive pedals - midnight1961
[quote]Big Muff Pi [/quote] I had one of those from late 70's when I first started playing. Think I paid $20 or so new. Sold it for $270 last year. Apparently the old Soviet ones are pretty collectable. It was a pretty cool pedal, but I hadn't used mine in years. ...
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re: Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains the Same Movie - midnight1961
Whole Lotta Love from this concert is probably why I think Led Zeppelin was the best live band ever. https://youtu.be/NrUHvPgxlcw Watch this from about 8:13 mark till the end, Jimmy Page kills it ! Great stage presence also...
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re: What is your favorite Guy Ritchie film ? - midnight1961
[quote]I feel like I would really love this movie if I saw it from beginning to end, but have only caught bits and pieces here and there.  [/quote] I felt exactly the same way as you did a year ago, it started off a little slow, accents made it hard to follow, etc. Watch it all the way throug...
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re: Let's rank the 4 sides of the White Album - midnight1961
quote: I don't think MMT stands up to the others Worthy of that tier for the simple inclusions of "I am the Walrus" and "Strawberry Fields Forever" alone. I agree, I Am the Walrus is my favorite Beatles song of all time, followed by Taxman...the lyrics of Taxman are shear genius (and very tru...
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re: What is your favorite Guy Ritchie film ? - midnight1961
LOL ! BrickTop was definitely someone you didn't need to be owing. Feed 'em to the pigs !...
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re: Gram Parsons - Any fans out there ? - midnight1961
[quote]It's called "Grand Theft Parsons", and the story is interesting. [/quote] Good movie !!...
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Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains the Same Movie - midnight1961
Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains the Same Movie After all these years, it's still one of my favorite concert videos. It would have been better if it was all live concert, but even with the personal dream scenes, it's still pretty awesome. To me, Jimmy Page in '73 was his prime. I worked ...
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What is your favorite Guy Ritchie film ? - midnight1961
What is your favorite Guy Ritchie film ? Mine, for a long time was Snatch, followed By Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. Both great movies with a lot of violence and a lot more funny shite. Then I saw RocknRolla. I think this one tops them all. Great story ! (PSA - If your not used to watchi...
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re: Let's rank the 4 sides of the White Album - midnight1961
Side 2 Side 3 Side 1 Side 4 Its my 2nd favorite Beatles album, only surpassed by Abbey Road, which was a true masterpiece. ...
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re: Gram Parsons - Any fans out there ? - midnight1961
[quote]His grave is in kenner or meterie, ive been meaning to check it out. [/quote] I didn't know that ! Just looked it up, your right Metairie....
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Gram Parsons - Any fans out there ? - midnight1961
Gram Parsons - Any fans out there ? He was one of the major artists that made country/country rock cool in the 60's in my opinion. He was a good friend of the Stones and was pretty influential in several of their songs (Wild Horses, Honky Tonk Women). Also was in the Byrds for one great album (Sw...
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re: What's your favorite Kurt Russell movie ? - midnight1961
I watched Breakdown again this past weekend. You are right, it is a great movie that's not very well known....
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re: What's your favorite Kurt Russell movie ? - midnight1961
[quote]With one of my favorite lines of all time.  "We had nuns protesting us today."  "Nuns?"  "Yeah, I had Jake turn the firehose on them."  "Knocked 'em on dey ass!"  [/quote] LOL ! I totally forgot that line ! I watch that movie at least once a year...might be time to watch it ...
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re: What is the best Civil War book. - midnight1961
I would highly recommend this book... Pat Cleburne: Confederate General, by Howell Purdue. Great book about one of the greatest generals. ...
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re: distortion/overdrive pedals - midnight1961
Hey KingBob, You might like this one...Electro-Harmonix Soul Food. Great pedal...very affordable and very versatile overdrive pedal. I use it with a Les Paul Studio and a 22 watt Bugera tube amp using the clean channel. Here's a review of the pedal: https://www.premierguitar.com/articles...
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re: Old 97s @ the varsity in February? - midnight1961
Can't confirm that, but great band ! Seen them live a couple of times. They put on a great show !...
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re: What's your favorite Kurt Russell movie ? - midnight1961
[quote]I really enjoyed Bone Tomahawk. It his best necessarily it still good. [/quote] I thought Russell was great in that role, and I really liked the movie up until the cannibalism scenes, kind of lost me after that....
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re: What's your favorite Kurt Russell movie ? - midnight1961
[quote]Maroon car my ass! That mothafricka red!” [/quote] LOL !! One of many classic lines from that movie ! This is probably my favorite scene: [link=(https://youtu.be/zqHZWdFVyyQ)]LINK[/link]...
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re: What's your favorite Kurt Russell movie ? - midnight1961
This one is not as famous, but a really good movie as well: Breakdown [link=(https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118771/)]LINK[/link] ...
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