Located in The Break Room, started by ameRie, Nov 18, 2008
And the beat goes top top top
"Maple Leaf Rag" (1899)
"The Entertainer" (1902)
Not sure that I understand the point of those new hollow body Strats.
The Entertainer is one of the few songs I can still play on the piano. Forty years ago I was a decent piano player, but I did not keep it up. Thank you for the memory.
The Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
Jethro Tull - Skating Away On the Thin Ice of the New Day (2002 Remaster)
Jethro Tull - One White Duck / 0" = Nothing at All
Jethro Tull - One Brown Mouse (2003 Remaster)
Did you know that the Hell's Angels MC probably took their name from the 3rd Pursuit Squadron - Hell's Angels - of the Flying Tigers AVG, who themselves borrowed the name from Howard Hawks' film masterpiece Hell's Angels (1930)?
Hell's Angels, the 3rd Squadron of the 1st American Volunteer Group "Flying Tigers"
I understand that early bike club culture began with WW2 aircraft ground crew, and I suspect that is also the reason they adopted 'patches' as fighter pilots wore squadron patched leather jackets.
Breadfan - Budgie (1973)
Adagio in G, featuring Hauser
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