Discussion in 'Community' started by The Ancient Mariner, Apr 30, 2002.
Speaking of solos and Johnnies, Johnny Ramone never learned to solo. RIP Chuck Berry.
I can't stand the type of music Chuck Berry had, but he still is a legend. RIP
Rock and roll? Cause he played a pretty major part in in inventing it.
Oh, I have a huge amount of respect for him. I don't mean rock and roll in general. I just can't stand that oldies R 'n R style of music.
That was all a bit too much start the engines Davey.
How good's this bots name btw...
I just walked to the station from work in downtown Berlin and from a block away I heard loud, fast percussion music. I'm not a fan of this type of music, but I do appreciate the level of skill it takes to keep the precision at this level of speed and complexity. And this was excellent. I turn around the corner, expecting by the sound of it to find three well trained Spanish youths performing in the middle of a large crowd, only to find an old bum with drumsticks beating the shit out of a trash can, using the lamp post it was attached to for cymbals. And he was completely immersed in it. Holy shit...
This link is for concert (and other assorted places) photos since November. In order they are:
2. Flotsam and Jetsam
3. Gaylord Marriott Nashville resort at Xmas time(walked through; did not stay)
5. My first REAL winter while working in Denver CO
6. Udo Dirkschneider
7. Elvis Graceland gate
8, Elvis Graceland house
9. Sun Studios Memphis
10. Houston TX skyline
11. Katy Heritage Museum
12. Metal Church
16. Sega Genesis with Sega CD I found at Game Over store where they only sell older systems and games
Let me know if the link does not work.
It works. I personally found the assorted places more interesting than the concert photos.
I just ran about 3km.
Was someone chasing you?
Had you just used black wizard magic against them?
If I ask you another question are you just going to say yes?
Great shots for sure! I always love seeing Todd and company rocking out.
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