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Postby Depth of Your Disgrace » Mon Aug 01, 2005 11:44 pm

Get Jethro Tull's prog rock album on the epic songs :-P its a very awesome progrock song and round sat 43 minutes its really cool.
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Postby mondstar » Tue Aug 02, 2005 3:16 am

PAM actually played that song, the whole 43min. last week
Have U seen Ian A. in his earlier years, when he was jumping and ....looking extrodinary in his utterware and crazy grimace on stage ?
What do U know of this other LP? "A" as i! put it @ reviews; ´s was supposed to be his first solo and experts rating.......
( be angry now: they also crashed Locomotive-(breath.....take a deep dive...
PS.: J T is a person `sumware´ in C. Dickens, isn´t it so? ciao
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Postby Depth of Your Disgrace » Wed Aug 03, 2005 1:35 am

alrighty :-P cool... wish i joined earlier then :-P... ohh well. Thanx for the info though
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JT

Postby LordFidan » Wed Aug 17, 2005 11:39 am

JT was actually an inventor (don't remember the date) invented the Seed Drill in the Agricultural revolution. Don't remember him being in Dickens at all, but was the same era.
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Postby mondstar » Wed Aug 17, 2005 2:17 pm

Yup, Your are about completely right, Lord Fidan,
U know, s.t. one becomes overexcited with the idea to share ones ... dunno? "Insides"?...uuuhh..
One charakter(less) in C. Dickens is Uriah Heep, but that is a total different top-pick----btw, what do U reckon, Death o´ Your Disgrace ?.... ´Them` or was it PAM, spun it again, today...
In utter distress, thickasabrickwall
=´Q´= :....skating away.....(free times)..on the thin ice of a new day. hey
PS.: You have to see IAN Anderson in his prime, where he stood on one post and all 4 other extremities in the air, .. (back to the oxygen-tent, getting ´me´ locomotion, ... for my NEXT pursue of %mice%~ and 4my sake, sheep, too. :smt019 ? :smt117 :smt091 :smt015 =´Q´=
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Postby LordFidan » Fri Aug 26, 2005 11:33 am

I must admit I still can't quite work out what you said there. Don't forget some of us are a little less aware than others. I'm listening to TAAB the full 43 minutes for at least the second time this week on Pam Progsnob :-) Already bought my tickets for Shepherds Bush in March (the Friday show) Only managed row C though.
Sooooo looking forward to it. Might even go Uriah & Asia. So many things to go to between now and Christmas. Thank everything that is good that I have found this great radio station.

As for the sheep and mice... :?
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