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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 12:31 pm

Great unsung pianner-pounders

An occasional series...


On the tee....

Nicky Hopkins cheers cheers



PS

How flat-out-cool does Keef look at 3.11 Shocked Shocked Champion

Hit me like ya did before... I caint eevuhhn feel the pain no moooowaah Champion Champion

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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 12:39 pm

Fukk Chuck Up Yours Evil or Very Mad

Check out the life-givin properties of Monshewer Johnnie Johnson

Pianner-pounder ex-shrewordinaire Champion


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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 12:54 pm

Fond of a curry...

Most often to be found behind a 14ft bank of keyboards...

Distinctive lank, blond plumage that looks like it could do with a right good go at the Vosene...

Why it's one of the most prized of the rara avis amongst us pianner-twitchers...

Sir Rockin Rick Bow



Lovely to hear the wee piano reprise coda (and the objet-trouve phone bit) restored to the clip...

... you can almost smell that pale orange RCA label. Very Happy

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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:01 pm

Randy???























































Awwwwwwwww you better bleev it Rock Out Rock Out Laughing








He said Rand... I'm tired... how would you like to be The Boss for a while Champion Laughing Laughing

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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:19 pm

The Killer


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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:32 pm

The Clown Prince...

Or...

...as notorious jazz-hound and amateur Charleston champ (Home Counties) TS ('Call me Tommy') Eliot put it...

No! I am not Prince Hamlet, nor was meant to be;
Am an attendant lord, one that will do
To swell a progress, start a scene or two
Advise the prince; no doubt, an easy tool,

Deferential, glad to be of use,

Politic, cautious, and meticulous;

Full of high sentence, but a bit obtuse;
At times, indeed, almost ridiculous
Almost, at times, the Fool.



Wordy cunt Rolling Eyes Laughing



Now git on out there and tell your lie... what is it? scratch Very Happy

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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:42 pm

The King king

(God bless him Champion Sad )


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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:48 pm

The Queen queen

(Gawd'elpus Rolling Eyes (Gawd most graciously 'elpus Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes ) )


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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:53 pm

God Bow Bow Bow


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Post by Immo on Sat Aug 22, 2009 1:59 pm

Henrik Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad In Love In Love In Love In Love In Love




Goal

Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion

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Post by bewlay on Sat Aug 22, 2009 4:28 pm

Immo wrote:Welcome to "The Waxy Finger Folk Club"

Gallagher and Lyle

Marvelous! Champion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP6oIkOPWEM

Ole Bernard ('Benny') and Sandy coulda made it big on the folk scene if they hadn't have bin so hell bent on that golf mallarkey. Rolling Eyes

(Incidentally - did you know that the word 'golf' is derived from the games misogynistic origins and is an acronym for Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden? Yeah??? Evil or Very Mad ... Well you're a gulllible (ole) twat. It's completely apocryphal Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

Cuh! Rolling Eyes



Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

I mean Rolling Eyes

Thank fuck I never got suckered in by that one Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Embarassed)



I believe you can catch Barmy and Sexy on the seniors tour at Budleigh-Salterton this month

(Sevvy and Jose Maria are currently on the Senors tour ...dates T.B.C. )

Arf

Mo

Gallagher and Lyle brings back very strong memories for me from the early 80's.Heart on my Sleeve (I think)and Breakway.Also Budleigh Salterton has got a fantastic pebble beach.You can sit there for hours listening to the noise of the waves against the pebbles.

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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 7:56 am

Nine-and-a-half hours to go Sad No


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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 8:02 am

Best to make the most of it...

...I find Very Happy Cheers

More of a Saturday-morning-7.00am-damp-limp-chloriney-smellin-towel-under-the-arm-and-fried-egg-rolls-afterwards kinda vibe offa this one for me normally....

(Ahhh nostalgia- it's fuckin rubbish nowadays)

...but needs must Smile



The Pioneers - Let Your Yeah Be Yeah has the same effect - dunno why scratch

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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 8:33 am

On a Sunday night...

There'd be that burnt-fat smell through the house that only TWO squares in one day (Fry-up and roast dinner/stew & pastry) can produce.

Dad and 'oor Ann' would watch the New Avengers. Dad all kiddin on he was interested in the plot and 'O.A.' all Voseney and pre-Monday and happy to be enjoying the time with the old duffer.

Mam and me would do the Skeleton in the Sunday Express.

At ten... wunst Joanna had packed away her long and lovely gams for anurra week...

...and Dad had driven me and Mam up the wall by getting the last clue

(that we'd bin scratch scratch scratch ing over for the last half-hour Swearing )

It was all...

Chop-chop, pieces for tomorrow... busy-busy, ma jeans washed?... work-work, 'Well if you need it for tomorrow it should've been looked for before this! Mad ' bang-bang...

Both noisy female members of La Famille off to their pits

I remember BBC2 ran a series of arty late 60s/early-70s American films - The Great American Picture Show(?) - about that time.

(5 Easy Pieces, Electra Glide in Blue, Last Picture Show, The Wedding, The Swimmer...)

I was an aspiring arty wee fukker at the time and loved the idea of sitting up late watching these (mostly) long-winded, self-conscious, up-their-own-arse bore-a-thons.

The old man - God bless him - sat through every one of them and gamely fought the drooping eyelid in order to encourage my interest.

It was about the same time as he started buying The Observer and leaving it lying round the house. Even though his regular Sunday reading (at that time) never strayed beyond the Mail and the Post.

The only one he really liked out of the whole run was Terence Malick's meisterwerk...


De salut Beadin Bill Cheers Very Happy




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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 8:37 am

Everybody loves Steee-vay Bow

I try not to fly in the face of public opinion Laughing


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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 8:54 am

The wee sax line that runs through this is worth following

Unable to supply details of personnel at this moment...

...details... after the break Very Happy

CaseyKasem CSC


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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 9:03 am

Stupidly soaring...

Achingly yearning...













Dammit Mad

I can never remember the name of the third Supreme. scratch Evil or Very Mad

Is it Brad Dexter? Ponder2


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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 9:07 am

The Rev Bow

Nuff said Champion



Lovely, breathe-y, intimate quality on this clip cheers

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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 9:19 am

Mellow Madge

Not the natural choice of the aff-ee-thee-yon normally...

But wotta fukkin song Champion

Wotta fukkin vidja Champion Champion

And wotta fukkin star that woman was Bow Bow



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Post by crownliquor on Mon Aug 24, 2009 9:20 am

Save some for Wednesday night immo, will be making my legendary half hour appearance before crashing after returning from stalking TGB. Very Happy

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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 9:30 am

crownliquor wrote:Save some for Wednesday night immo, will be making my legendary half hour appearance before crashing after returning from stalking TGB. Very Happy

Oooh I love it when you return from a hopeless pine at the shrine of TGB

You're always all fulla self-loathing and love-lorniosity.

And then I feel like I fit in on here a bit better Laughing

For the TGB!!! Cheers


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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 9:52 am



...those funny little plans, that never work quite right.

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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 10:13 am



The advert for the poster at the start of the clip is a pain

The rest is.... Broken Heart

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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:12 am

Anyways... enough of that nigger shit.







Oh fuck Shocked

I said nigger. Shocked

Fukk.... No

I said it again Shocked Shocked

Just then...

...when I said "I said nigger"

Bollocks! No No Mad

That's three times I've said nigger now.

Four if you count that last one. No No

Nigger, nigger, nigger, nigger.

Plain as your face - there they are. No No

I mean... that's one of the worst words to use ever innit.

Nobody uses that one any more.

Makes it all the more shocking dunnit. No

Like that time in 1967 when yer aged P's were havin a party and the
five-year-old you decided that the funniest thing in the world to do
would be to burst into the soiree shouting "Embdy want to see ma arse?"
and mooning the crowd. Rolling Eyes

Then doing it again after failing to get the requisite level of attention. Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

Although there were a few (embarrassed) giggles, the crowd soon tired
of the show and went back to their drinks and their KP salted nuts.

(oooo -errrrr Rolling Eyes )

It's a tragic tale. No

But fear not readers... our hero made a recovery.

He's currently hale and hearty and telling himself that that kind of
blind trashing of sacred cows passes as valid comment on current
social mores. That after Sojourner Truth and George Washington,
Martin and Malcolm, Lenny and Bill... he's just another fighter at the
barricades of free speech.

It's all about choices I s'pose Peps.

You can sleep nights

Or you can plunder the comedy gold-mine that is paedophilia and swell
the ranks of a crowd that even Bewlay (with whom I see eye-to-eye on
almost no matter) has (fair play) seen fit to denounce.

A poser and no mistake. Ponder2

BTW

It's not moral outrage - that's just a catchphrase for cocks who want
to be scabrously witty but, lacking the necessary inventiveness, have
to settle for being randomly offensive in the hope of hitting a raw
nerve somewheres down the line, thereby appearing edgy and
unfettered by 'straight' Rolling Eyes society.

(cf Jeremy "The Cock" Clarkson, Richard 'The Cunt' Littlejohn, Roy 'Chubby' Brown...)


Anyways... where was I...

Oh yeah - no more of that 'nigger' shit pirat Rolling Eyes



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Post by Immo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:30 am

For the ole steady presence Sev.

Champion cheers



So good to be with... the people that know ya...

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