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06-01-2009, 11:43 AM   #91
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I think it is very cool that for you ''back then'' folks, you can really appreciate the better films and shutter speeds that came along. You got to wait with anticipation of the new films coming out, via good old fashion news paper adds and perhaps the occasional tv commercial. Things that I had not even considered until just now.

No forums starting senseless rumors etc..
You left out the defunct Modern Photography mag etc. for getting news. I actually went to camera/photography trade shows etc. in the 80s.

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I am glad I am old enough to appreciate some things like the CD and DVD foe example. Remember 8 tracks and cassets? How about 45'S
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I am glad I am old enough to appreciate some things like the CD and DVD foe example. Remember 8 tracks and cassets? How about 45'S
I own some 45's, as well as some 78's.
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I own some 45's, as well as some 78's.
yea, but your the cool young fellow. Rare these days and is one of the things I appreciate about you.

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I read today that cassettes are cool again.
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yea, but your the cool young fellow. Rare these days and is one of the things I appreciate about you.


I always wanted to be one of the cool kids...
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I read today that cassettes are cool again.
I still got quite the collection including a 90 cassette that contained only on tune....Zeps Kashmir on both sides
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I am glad I am old enough to appreciate some things like the CD and DVD foe example. Remember 8 tracks and cassets? How about 45'S
My first 45... "I want to hold your hand." I still have it. Think it's worth anything?

woof!

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My first 45... "I want to hold your hand." I still have it. Think it's worth anything?

woof!
'I want to hold your hand' the beatles? does that happen to have a bside with 'saw her standing there'? if that's the 45 you are talking about.. I would love to have that. god 'I saw her standing there' is my favourite beatles song...
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'I want to hold your hand' the beatles? does that happen to have a bside with 'saw her standing there'? if that's the 45 you are talking about.. I would love to have that. god 'I saw her standing there' is my favourite beatles song...
Oh my Gosh, I was a total beatle head in the Late 70'S...I had the hair and all...
I have a huge collection of Beatles LP's including the Red ones.

Has anyone seen these guys.
The Fab Four - The Ultimate Beatles Tribute I have and I can tell you that it is as close as it gets. The manurizims and voices are fantastic!
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Oh my Gosh, I was a total beatle head in the Late 70'S...I had the hair and all...
I have a huge collection of Beatles LP's including the Red ones.

Has anyone seen these guys.
The Fab Four - The Ultimate Beatles Tribute I have and I can tell you that it is as close as it gets. The manurizims and voices are fantastic!

never heard of the fab four. have you seen any of their shows live? looks very interesting.
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QuoteOriginally posted by séamuis Quote
never heard of the fab four. have you seen any of their shows live? looks very interesting.
Pass over the Fab 4 and check out the Kinks!
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QuoteOriginally posted by séamuis Quote
never heard of the fab four. have you seen any of their shows live? looks very interesting.
I have been to their shows live and they are amazing. Really. Check out these vids.
FabFourFans.Net

The Kinks...Yep, love the kinks as well..
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Pass over the Fab 4 and check out the Kinks!
ha! I have just about every kinks LP there is.


You know that every time I see you walking down the street
You got a mystifying wiggle from your head to your feet
You got a shock wave pulsating rhythm through my brain
You know you're so mystifying, you just ain't the same


bitchin' stuff man♠

http://www.last.fm/user/seamuis
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Oh my gosh, a total hijacking of this thread...Sorry Folks
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