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|Oct-09-09|| ||jessicafischerqueen: <Travis>
Here is that Keith Moon documentary I was talking about.
Man this guy was nuts.
(there's also a Yardbirds film at the end of this playlist)
|Oct-09-09|| ||Travis Bickle: <jessicafischerqueen> Thank you Jess!|
|Oct-09-09|| ||Travis Bickle: Im not through with the drums yet! Here's a little clip of Mitch Mitchell & The Jimi Hendrix Experience.|
|Oct-09-09|| ||Travis Bickle: Song Of The Day is an amazing song by Blind Faith featuring Ginger Baker on the drums on part 2. |
Warning: R-Rated Album Cover Art
Do What You Like Part 1
Do What You Like Part 2
|Oct-09-09|| ||Jim Bartle: Thanks.
Correction: I'm so tired of all these guitar/string bass/banjo/mandolin/bass-who-triggers-drums from-modified-Synthaxe-guitar-controller quintets.
|Oct-09-09|| ||kingfu: Power Trios ALWAYS needed great drummers. Led Zeppelin was actually a power trio with a lead singer. Neil Peart , Ginger Baker and John Bonham were examples of drummers anchoring great power trios. That would be Rush, Cream and Led Zeppelin.|
|Oct-09-09|| ||Travis Bickle: Warning: Some R Rated Langauge
Who Are You - The Who
|Oct-09-09|| ||talisman: travis, left a message about milton for ya on my forum.|
|Oct-09-09|| ||SirChrislov: Sir <Travis Bickle>,|
<By the way: I wasn't attacking you or your posts... >
It was not my intention to offend you nor attack your post either, Mr. Bickle, thou I now see the comment on my part was somewhat crude.
|Oct-10-09|| ||TheAlchemist: Some classic instrumentals:
Pipeline (the "choreography" is hilarious)
Walk Don't Run
|Oct-10-09|| ||jessicafischerqueen: <Travis: Horror Historian>|
It's this one right?
I'm going to try to track it down now. I bet it's on youtube.
No spoilers please!! I didn't even glance at the plot summary.
|Oct-10-09|| ||jessicafischerqueen: <Travis: Classic Horror Film Guide>|
I KNEW IT!!
I just made it in to a continuous run playlist and now all I need is the lights out and some popcorn-
If any other great horror films come to mind, don't forget to tell me.
I love Halloween.
I can recommend one from last year- "trick r' treat"-
It's just so well made- it actually has a ridiculously high IMDB rating- over 8/10.
If you watch it, you'll see why. Very, very good story, screenplay, and acting.
|Oct-10-09|| ||Jim Bartle: That "Pipeline" is a riot.|
|Oct-10-09|| ||Travis Bickle: <TheAlchemist> Nice Professor!! I never knew Lawrence Welk had a rock n roll act on his show hahaha simply hilarious! The Chantay's even hawked The Beatles collarless suits! To me the song 'Wipeout' is a timeless song and is pure Rock 'N Roll!! Here is Dick Dale with the song you linked 'Miserlou' from the movie Pulp Fiction, (IMO 1 of The greatist Films ever made!!), with enhanced sound.|
|Oct-10-09|| ||Travis Bickle: Here's a classic scene from The Masterpiece film by Quentin Tarantino 'Pulp Fiction'.|
Warning: R-Rated language & violence
|Oct-10-09|| ||TheAlchemist: <Travis> Actually I was watching it last night and got inspired to post the above songs, which, while they don't all appear in it, all seem "in its style".|
<1 of The greatist Films ever made> Definitily. :-)
|Oct-10-09|| ||Travis Bickle: PG - Rated
Lady GaGa - Pokerface
|Oct-10-09|| ||Jim Bartle: My favorite thing about "Pulp Fiction" isn't really part of the plot. Here the movie has two mega-stars, Willis and Travolta, involved in different story lines. You know we're building up to a titanic meeting between the two.|
So Travolta comes into Willis' house, and confronts him coming out of the bathroom--or maybe the other way around, I don't remember. There's a long pause, and one guy shoots the other. No dialogue, no interaction of any kind, just bang bang and that's it.
BTW, from this corner, greatest crime movie of all time: Chinatown.
|Oct-10-09|| ||Travis Bickle: <Jim Bartle> Jack Nicholson Faye Dunaway Chinatown is great film noir!|
|Oct-10-09|| ||technical draw: Great scene from Pulp Fiction <Travis>. Samuel Jackson does a great job. So does that "what" kid. What's his name? lol..|
|Oct-10-09|| ||Jim Bartle: Travis: John Huston: "Mr. Gitts..."
"What" kid. Frank Whaley?
|Oct-10-09|| ||hangingenprise: travis: yes, russel is that bad!!!!!!
this is his 3rd year and he is still over throwing his receivers and has not shown improvement. did you see the highlights of the texans and raiders? that is pathetic, and he was the first pick overall. no wonder lane kiffan and al(i'm lost in the sixties and seventies)davis butted heads. i can't stand the ineptness of al(i'm lost)davis anymore.
|Oct-10-09|| ||Travis Bickle: <technical draw> Say What Again?!!!!! LOL|
|Oct-10-09|| ||Travis Bickle: <hangingenprise> I agree with you on Al Davis! What happened to The Raiders with the winningest percentage of any sports franchise and their dominance on MNF? Right before George Halas founder and owner of The Chicago Bears passed away he promised Chicago with a Champion Bears team, then went out and hired Buddy Ryan as defensive coordinator and Mike Ditka as head coach. The 1985 Superbowl winning Bears followed. Al Davis in his old age is just lost in a fog of stubborness, an unwillingness to change and it seems an arrogance of "I'm The Boss"!|
|Oct-10-09|| ||TheAlchemist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCM9...|
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