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Mark, 55, Male, United StatesLast seen: 2 hours ago

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  • Genesis-girl

    There are still good bands to be seen and I feel very lucky being able to see bands in Europe who hardly ever make the journey across the pond - I feel for my US friends who are craving PT and Riverside and much smaller bands who can't afford a tour. Most of my gigs have been in the past 5 years, having omitted to go to concerts when I was young and free of kiddies. Thank heavens for the renaissance in some bands' careers (and the longevity of others') and for music festivals! I enjoyed your a tiny portion of your library yesterday, some lovely bluegrass. Have a great weekend ; ))

    10 Aug 9:54am Reply
  • Genesis-girl

    Laughing at your shout on PT's Trains - what are some people like?!!

    9 Aug 1:10pm Reply
  • Genesis-girl

    Thanks for your shout, I love to listen to (and to sing) choral music, it is so pure and calming. I am in awe of your seen live list - I am a lazy so and so compared to you! Your library will be plundered : )))

    9 Aug 9:47am Reply
  • sl8221958

    Saw your post on Morrissey's "Suedehead" song. Checked out your page and saw that we have much music in common. I see some stuff I don't know on your page. Looking forward to checking those bands out. I'm also a fan of classical guitar, Americana, french horn and trumpet. I live in the South and fellow prog-rock lovers are rare to come by, too. I tell people I just like variety. It's great how music bridges the gap of time and distance. Cheers!

    31 Jul 7:33pm Reply
  • Irlandese64

    Hey Mark--saw your comments on U2's 'Boy' album. I felt--and still feel--the same way....was the freshest thing I'd ever heard back in 1980, and will forever be my favorite of theirs and one of my top 10 'stranded on a desert island' picks. Saw them at the Hollywood Palladium after 'October' came out, I don't think I missed a concert of theirs for years afterwards. Cheers---Jessy :)

    30 Jul 5:43am Reply
  • JMLKAIGUN

    She is the HIMJS, battleship Yamato.

    26 Jul 5:14am Reply
  • boldoctober

    Thanks for the kind words - always nice to have someone hear vai and rush influences in my playing. To answer your question, the brothers (n) was a phrase I took from Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 (I'll spare you the details - but great book worth reading). The (n) relating to my band comes from my being the only constant member - the rest of the brothers are all studio dudes who have filled in on various recordings. Cheers!

    17 Jul 1:43am Reply
  • dapfreakoot

    Re the Blacksmith - do you mean my reference to gumbo at University of York? Were you a customer or staff or a bit of both?

    15 Jul 9:38am Reply
  • robertwneal

    My Camel shout actually has a 'real story' behind it. Years ago back in the Chicago area there was a trucking company that had a logo on the side of its rigs that had a Camel with a caption on top that read 'Hump'in to Please'. We would roar with 'stoned' hilarious laughter when we would pass one. The Drivers did not appear to share out warped sense of humor as we convulsed while we pointed at the side of the truck. Nicorebel thought that it had some sexual connotation. Some people have their depraved - debauched minds in the gutter --- just like me. I observed that U are also into Classical music. Actually I play Classical, Rag - Time, Broadway - Show Tunes myself and not Rock & Roll. Go figure. I would post my 'About Me', but everyone would figure I am some kind of a 'Weirdo'. Aw, F'em if they ain't got no Culture, right? Anyway, thanks for the kind Shout and feedback. BOB

    15 Jul 3:09am Reply
  • Bopvito

    Oh, we went to Gruhn's new shop. That was a big draw for us to come in the first place. I'd read about the place since i was a kid and it did not disappoint. I only regret I was afraid to touch anything. Next time I'll try one of the D28s. that'd be about right.

    13 Jul 6:10pm Reply
  • Bopvito

    Thanks for asking. The entire vacation was rain filled and fantastic including a wet stay on July 4th in Nashville. The kids stayed in the hotel and I got to go out alone and see music along 2nd street and Broadway, either honky tonk heaven or american tourista hell. probably an little of both. The little bit I saw of Nashville seemed like a lively and interesting place. We stopped at Gruhn'[s guitars and I conceived an unnatural desire for a vintage Martin Ukulele.

    10 Jul 3:07pm Reply
  • Sambo531

    Hey! Just logged on for the first time in months, moving back to Nashville has been a trip! And, I left Okiehoma with a great story...we were moving on May 20, every single piece of electronics already loaded. The tornado sirens had been going off for a couple of hours and it was one of those days when the skies were scary, but...it's Oklahoma. It does that. When we finally got in the vehicles to head to Ft. Smith for the night, we heard on the radio about the devastation not 15 miles south of us, and it was still blowing. We stayed in a hotel right around the corner from our house and took cover. It was insane to say the least. The next morning we headed east and could see the path it took. We were in the way at the hotel, but they usually turn east at I40, glad this one did as well. Dang it all! What a terrible day. Thanks for checking in one me. I'm more than a little thrilled to be back in Nashvegas.

    10 Jul 1:08pm Reply
  • RandallBoggs

    thanks for you appreciation of my photo hobby. I really enjoyed being on top of the mountain. I was there for about an hour and the weather changed three times.

    22 Jun 4:57am Reply
  • Bopvito

    Thanks again. for the informations. Why did you move from Chicago to Nashville? if that's not too prying to ask.

    20 Jun 9:21am Reply
  • Bopvito

    that's very helpful. Dang it all, gruhn's, a place of which i've dreamed on for many a year, is closed on the 4th, the day we're there. All the other stuff, we'll do. Any specific bbq reccomendations? We like the hole in the wall out of the way end of the world places. kids and all.

    19 Jun 3:46pm Reply
  • Bopvito

    Nashville! Holy goddamn! I will be there for a day or two around the fourth of july with a bunch of kids in tow on an old school summer family vacation summer road trip. I will be playing the part of Chevy Chase. My question to a Nashvillian is 'what should we see?' and, more importantly, what should we eat? What's for food that we would not be able to discover ourselves that we can only get in Nashville and that is worth writing home about? As for the what should we see, that question is circumscribed by the limitation of what can we walk to in the downtown area.

    18 Jun 2:25pm Reply
  • Bopvito

    I hear your brinsley schwartz and obey. Thanks for the recommendation.

    13 Jun 12:46pm Reply
  • PhilipKDick

    I talked to you about SF writers and I just learn death of one of them... RIP Iain M. Banks ...

    10 Jun 3:56pm Reply
  • PhilipKDick

    Phil is the greatest SF's writer ... although I also love Brunner, Walter Miller, Asimov, Banks, Galouye, Harness, Le Guin, Herbert, John Warley, Simak, Sturgeon and many others (including plenty of French authors who have never been translated in english and it's such a pity)

    5 Jun 5:09pm Reply
  • pingywings

    thanks i insert eng flag, nice library

    5 Jun 3:26pm Reply
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About Me

have seen, in no particular order-Ian Gillan Band, Thin Lizzy(w/Phil Lynott), Nazareth, Starcastle, Jethro Tull, Climax Blues Band, J Geils Band, Foghat, ELP(3), Leo Kottke(4), Jefferson Starship, Marshall Tucker Band(2), Fleetwood Mac, Charlie Daniels Band(3), Outlaws(2), Atlanta Rhythm Section, Heartsfield, Talking Heads, The Cramps, Roy Ayers, Black Oak Arkansas, Brownsville Station, Harvey Mandel, Timothy Leary ,Grateful Dead(2), Renaissance(2), Gentle Giant, Yes(2), Genesis(3), Random Hold, Peter Gabriel, The Cars, Nick Gilder, Richard Thompson(4), Robert Fripp(frippertronics tour), League of Gentlemen, King Crimson(2), The Pretenders, Frank Zappa(3), Jerry Garcia Band, Reba McIntyre, John Prine, Iris DeMent, Alice Cooper, U.K., Allan Holdsworth(3), Bill Bruford(W and W/O Holdsworth), U2, R.E.M., The Avett Brothers, Michigan City Vandals, The Eagles, B.B. King, The Neville Brothers, Dr. John, Oscar Ghelia, The Chieftains, The Boys of the Lough, Steppenwolf, Lone Justice, Journey, Bob Dylan, Lee Greenwood, Vince Gill, Simple Minds, The Mummies, Gabe Kaplin Josh Blakesley, Matt Maher(2), Kelly Pease, One Trick Pony, Del McCoury Band, Randy Newman, Widowmaker, Electric Light Orchestra, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble, James Gang, Kansas, Webb Wilder. Chad Wackerman, Simon Phillips. Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, Skeleton Crew(Fred Frith@ Tom Cora), Stardeath and White Dwarfs, Mark O' Connor, Big Twist and the Mellow Fellows(2), Lee Ann Womack, CSN, Bahamas, Calexico, Steve Hackett(2)
Last.FM Milestones1st track: (25 Mar 2011)
Arcangelo Corelli - Concerto Grosso in G minor, Op. 6 No. 8, "Christmas Concerto": II. Pastorale
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De Dannan - Rambling Irishman
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The Be Good Tanyas - Waiting Around to Die
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Christopher Tye - In Nomine No. 14, 'Reporte'
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Richard & Linda Thompson - Don't Renege On Our Love
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Genesis - Dancing With the Moonlit Knight
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Modo Antiquo - Concerto X in do maggiore: Minuetto Vivace
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Giovanni Gabrieli - Canzon Septimi E Octavi Toni, A 12
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Venere Lute Quartet - Missa Brevis: Agnus I
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Francesco Onofrio Manfredini - Grave - Allegro
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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Lodi
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Magic Sam - I Don't Want No Woman
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Lowell Fulson - Reconsider Baby
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