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That's great. Yeah, vinyl still sounds better to me. And others. As long as you have a clean amplifier and a good cartridge and stylus/needle. I had a Garrard turntable and a Realistic 14W AM/FM stereo amp

One year out of HS I was in college and hard-up for money, so I sold most of my vinyl album collection - and my red Ventura electric guitar and amp. I needed money for food and gasoline.

Times were tough for alot of us then.
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I collect new releases on vinyl still :D

Talk about tough times... I once had every NIN halo on retail stamped CDs/DVDs from 01 (Down In It single) to 17 (And All That Could Have Been double set) barring the Halo 12 VHS release.

Had to sell them all to fill the pantry.

I did have a friend with that VHS release played only twice who let me borrow them to make DVD conversions.

I have a better looking video for The Perfect Drug than the official one on YouTube, but can't upload it due to copyright restrictions :P

My Technics direct drive turntable went out a while ago, bit eventually, some day I'll have...


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There's just something endearingly-nostalgic about putting a needle onto a vinyl 33 and a 1/3 record. You go back in time when you hear the pops and occasional scratches on those old records. But the SOUND is more full (and more REAL/AUTHENTIC) than most digital stuff today.

Cassettes were great for the car, if you didn't have those old 8-track tapes. I couldn't afford reel-to-reel tapes.

I had blue lights and Jimi Hendrix posters, booze and weed, and my treasured album collection back then.

I need a time-machine to forget all this conspiratorial crap going on today.

Bring back the 70s and 80s.
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bringing out the hard ball are ya Soupy?

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now tell me they don't have the same voice

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bringing out the hard ball are ya Soupy?




just me olde fav
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many do debatable
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Always liked Nazareth. In that same dopey Bad Company/BOC/Sabbath/Deep Purple genre..
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I had a new co-worker that took my join-the-Army ROTC friend Tim's place at work. He had just spent all Summer in Summit County, Colorado (Dillon/Frisco/Breck). The stories he had about hiking up all these mountain trails and getting nekkid at hot springs and drinking Coors and smoking endless bowls...

Sounded perfect back then. Watch Bronco games in the bars and restaurants. Go skiing all Winter long. Beer parties at Arapaho Basin in May and June..

Every time I hear that Joe Walsh song I think of trippy Dan the Man. I almost moved there myself right after graduation (but went to a local college instead).

Could have been camping up at 11,000', stoned/drunk out my mind with like-minded Colorado hippies, staring up at the stars and meteors..
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How can anyone not like this old classic trippy song?



Brings back memories..
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I had a new co-worker that took my join-the-Army ROTC friend Tim's place at work. He had just spent all Summer in Summit County, Colorado (Dillon/Frisco/Breck). The stories he had about hiking up all these mountain trails and getting nekkid at hot springs and drinking Coors and smoking endless bowls...

Sounded perfect back then. Watch Bronco games in the bars and restaurants. Go skiing all Winter long. Beer parties at Arapaho Basin in May and June..

Every time I hear that Joe Walsh song I think of trippy Dan the Man. I almost moved there myself right after graduation (but went to a local college instead).

Could have been camping up at 11,000', stoned/drunk out my mind with like-minded Colorado hippies, staring up at the stars and meteors..
 Quoting: Grey Eagle

That's crazy...I actually know someone who used to go by Dan the Man, stayed in Colorado for a while, and did a lot of the things you're describing... tounge
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How can anyone not like this old classic trippy song?



Brings back memories..
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others that are rare
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I had a new co-worker that took my join-the-Army ROTC friend Tim's place at work. He had just spent all Summer in Summit County, Colorado (Dillon/Frisco/Breck). The stories he had about hiking up all these mountain trails and getting nekkid at hot springs and drinking Coors and smoking endless bowls...

Sounded perfect back then. Watch Bronco games in the bars and restaurants. Go skiing all Winter long. Beer parties at Arapaho Basin in May and June..

Every time I hear that Joe Walsh song I think of trippy Dan the Man. I almost moved there myself right after graduation (but went to a local college instead).

Could have been camping up at 11,000', stoned/drunk out my mind with like-minded Colorado hippies, staring up at the stars and meteors..
 Quoting: Grey Eagle

That's crazy...I actually know someone who used to go by Dan the Man, stayed in Colorado for a while, and did a lot of the things you're describing... tounge
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You've got to be kidding.

If I had to guess .. I would be surprised if Dan was even alive today. Also, back then, he only had a motorcycle, no car. Either a Honda, BMW, or Yamaha I think. He crashed that bike a few times after too many Coors on twisty Colorado mt roads. Showed me his scars from his foolishness.

Everyday, I'd bug him to tell me more tales from Summit County..

How old is the Dan the Man that you know? Did he used to ride a motorcycle in Colorado and ever live in Illinois? Blond hair and blue eyes?
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hey

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You've got to be kidding.

If I had to guess .. I would be surprised if Dan was even alive today. Also, back then, he only had a motorcycle, no car. Either a Honda, BMW, or Yamaha I think. He crashed that bike a few times after too many Coors on twisty Colorado mt roads. Showed me his scars from his foolishness.

Everyday, I'd bug him to tell me more tales from Summit County..

How old is the Dan the Man that you know? Did he used to ride a motorcycle in Colorado and ever live in Illinois? Blond hair and blue eyes?
 Quoting: Grey Eagle

He's in his 60's now and turned his life around, air force vet and worked as an electrician after that for many years. Still flying some planes he helped build today.

He did own a motorcycle when he was younger though. He moved around a lot so not sure if he stayed in Illinois. Bright blue eyes and dark blonde hair that's starting to grey.
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