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#1709370 - 07/07/11 09:21 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Good one PPP, no, your not out of place, its my fault (it usually always is according to mrs rossy!) I started a remember (reminiss) in the seventies, by pure chance. I should have started the remember in the sixties.

There is an absolute wealth of remember/ reminice from the sixties , so I back tracked.. typical Ar*e about t*t behaviour by me, but this time unintentional.

All remember stuff welcome, but not from last week say, (unless you have been diagnosed with altzheimers)

Oh, a quick joke about altzheimers, yes I know its a serious and awfull thing, and both my gran on my mothers side AND my fathers twin brother died from it,so I have first hand knowledge of it.
And should it turn out to be genetic, I have it on both sides of the family, maternal and paternal. (massive worry)

That said it is often the case that the sufferer does not suffer as much as the person nursing them, nor indeed their immediate family.
Before the joke though, there are two distinct types of altzheimers: "away with the fairies" this can be literally that, my fathers twin walter, actually saw little folk, they climbed onto him when he sat in a chair, he loved them and had no fear of them,His only disdain was that no one else could see them, in the end my father pretended to for walters sake.

Then there is the other type,and this is horrid, it is the reliving , over and over again of a traumatic event, on a daily /nightly basis, for one sufferer,this was a fire in her youth, relived in the altzheimer years end game.

a truly terrible thing.

However,,as most nursing folk through this will attest, there are moments of hideously funny humour..

The joke:
I went to my doctor, he said I had chronic bronchitis and altzheimers, the good news was that at least I didn't have chronic bronchitis.
Three good things about alztheimers.
(1) You can hide your own easter eggs.
(2) You get to meet new people every day.
(3) You can hide your own easter eggs.

Oh, My father went round to his twin brother walters place and witnessed something absolutely extraordinary..
To picture this, you have to realise that they were Identical twins, no- one could tell them apart.

My father who is called Ron, was talking to Walters wife,when he heard a voice from the bathroom, the voice said "Theres no need to be like that Ron,just tell me"

Curious,my father sidled up to the bathroom door that was ajar.
The voice said "what have I done to you, why are you ignoring me Ron?"

My dad was stunned, how could walter be getting angry with him, when he was not even in the bathroom?

The voice then said,"If you carry on ignoring me,you are not welcome here anymore"

My dad, went into the bathroom at this point,and saw his twin brother walter, staring into the mirror, totally believing that the reflection he was seeing was my dad, and that my dad was ignoring him.

This was probably the single most thought provoking experience my dad had ever had in his entire life,he couldnt get over it, nor could he shake the thought of why walter and not me , when we are twins?

Sorry, I reminissed in an off topic unmusical way!

SO, a double treat, Barry mcguires "eve of destruction" from 1965 revisited by the pogues, as only Shane and the gang can.
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#1709378 - 07/07/11 09:42 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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You're right, ALZ is no joke, but you should have reminisced this song, which is a bit more apt.
This song is 13 years old, can you believe it?



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#1709489 - 07/08/11 04:10 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Rostosky, you told us that on another thread, only yesterday!

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#1709530 - 07/08/11 07:17 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: wayne33yrs]
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You want reminicenses?

Can do with knobs on.

This one always does it for me - everytime I hear this, I'm a sprogg of about 7 or 8 years old, in my friends' bedroom and we're learning the lyrics to this song from one of those magazines which did little else but give you song lyrics - this was was called (spookily) "Words".

And, of course, I still know all the lyrics to this day, although now when I hear it, I also tend to think of His Magnificence, DCI Gene Hunt.

Wonder why that is?



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#1709531 - 07/08/11 07:20 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Sly Cat]
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Aaargh! As soon as I posted that, I was back in "remember when" land and also re-lived learning the lyrics to this one too.

I can't think of Life on Mars without remembering this one at the same time.

These are truly "royal" classics. I can't imagine a world without Mars and Rhapsody.

Although, if I DO ever fall victim to Alzheimers, one of the benefits will be discovering these all over again...





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#1709545 - 07/08/11 08:22 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Hi everyone. I'm truly enjoying the remembering. Im also learning a lot. I wasn't able to view a few, however. I'll get that fixed later. I'll check in later.
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#1709559 - 07/08/11 09:19 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Polyphasic.. I love chumbawamba!! I learnt of them from My mate Phill Jones who I have mentioned before has a slot on radiojazz in Poland. Great memories.

For anyone who "does Facebook" or any other site where one "adds" people as "friends/buddies"
This Video is a MUST SEE.
"ADD ME" by Chumbawamba.

AND especially for SlyCat, I have a very special affinity for life on mars, I loved the piano on it so much.

Here is a video of David Bowie playing sax for Ian Hunter, also there is the late Micky Ronson on guitar naturally.
Bowie was a massive fan of Mott The Hoople, when they were going to split, Bowie talked them out of it, he offered them a song, Suffragette city, Hoople turned it down, he offered them "All the young dudes" which they accepted, and the rest is history...

Heres Dudes, with Bowie helping out on Sax.
And a few other familier faces!
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#1709684 - 07/08/11 12:59 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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I've never seen that vid before! Mint green suit....go David.

But now you got me thinking about sax, what else can I reply with but a fellow Scot - Mr G Rafferty with his classic which features THAT sax solo which, even after hearing it several hundred thousand times, never fails to send a delicious shiver up my spine.




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#1709695 - 07/08/11 01:16 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Sly Cat]
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Ah, before I go Sax too, Here is a song wirtten and sung By mr. Hunter.. I put this lovely ballad up for a reason, I have an extremely funny and relevent interview with Ian, which I am putting up next, In it, he "comments" on mr Barry manlynose, who covered this song in 1979, In fact giving mr Barry manlynose his last US hit !!

Also, he talks about angie Bowie, and how she used to come round and spill out all her new make up and fancy clothes in front of Ians wife, and some very very funny things indeed...

He goes on to talk about Barry manlynose "Modulating" this song.... and wishing he would sort of just modulate away somewhere...

But first heres the song in question....

Ships, by Ian Hunter.
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#1709892 - 07/08/11 06:35 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Anybody remember Pulp?


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#1709897 - 07/08/11 06:52 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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When I was a child, this was my favourite song, by far. I think that I even learned the song in japanesse.



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#1709900 - 07/08/11 06:58 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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If we're talkin' favourite childhood songs, this was my favourite........



I wasn't born till 1978 lol


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#1709903 - 07/08/11 07:06 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: polyphasicpianist]
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PPP, I remember pulp, didnt get into them though.
William shatner, I just cant think of without remembering his "man corset" ! The consternation that caused amongst treckies.lol

Ah, slipping back to very serious rememberings....
One band that has probably influenced more than any. The velvet underground, loved em since the beginings, Here is the wonderfull, Venus in Furs.
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#1709905 - 07/08/11 07:13 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Indeed Rostosky, you are being really serious.
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#1709910 - 07/08/11 07:40 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Wayne, I am totally surprised, Lionell Ritchie, Is a teacher in the Video, stalking a blind girl round the college.
For some obscure reason, he hides in doorways, WHY? she cant see him, she is blind!
I cannot condone this behaviour, and fear nowadays it may be illegal. I know it wasn't illegal when the video was made,but still...

Recardo, just so I and anyones else doesn't get the wrong impression, How old were you when that was your favourite song?
For Instance, when I was five, these next few were my favourites, However, I was lucky, my Mam was a "Rock N Roll" Dancer, Full on, sparkly high heels, and Polka dot dresses, and skirts with millions of underskirts, she still has them to this day, wrapped in plastic in her wardrobe. If she went out and didnt spend the night dancing,she considered it a very bad night indeed.

Having allready spent a number of years in Canada and the States, she had a very large record collection from the times, loads of singles.
When I was a child (pre school even) I was allowed to play them while she was at work, my gran supervised, I used to listen intently, and compare and contrast.

Kathy Kirby,(again RIP)is one of my first memories, I dont think she is known at all over the pond, allthough I may be wrong. This was a sort of cross over period, big band sounds still supporting solo vocalists. So first memory, Kathy Kirby, and I will allways love you.

No tricks, no autotune, just ability to sing.

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#1709914 - 07/08/11 07:55 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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I went and double side tracked myself then, whilst thinking of the sheer variety there was in the sixties, I was going to post Petula clark, Downtown, and nancy sinatra these boots are made for walking.
Then I remembered something quite valuable I think.
I believe a lot can be learnt from studying music from decades ago, as well as centuries.

When I first heard (again the late RIP) Gary Moore, do Parisian walkways, there was something about it that was extremely familiar, nothing new under the sun and all that came to mind, but on this occasion, It was more (no pun intended) than that.

I believe Gary Moore had been inspired by this..not the chorus but the verse from... Dusty Springfields "You dont have to say you love me" please compare and contrast and let me know if you can hear what I believe I can hear, before I go insane.....

RIP : Dusty Springfield,
RIP: Phil Lynott,
RIP: Gary Moore.






Edited by Rostosky (07/08/11 08:12 PM)
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#1709951 - 07/08/11 10:18 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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OMG! How could I forget about Zappa!


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#1709979 - 07/08/11 11:27 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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FABULOUS. I thought we could also use a little Cream to add to the mix! Let me know if you have problems viewin it. I've been having difficulty viewing some of the ones on this thread.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTZIArRktkE&feature=youtube_gdata_player
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#1710123 - 07/09/11 10:18 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: griffin2417]
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Ah excellent Griffin, a marvellous choice. Sometimes Youtube can litterally seem un-loadable, it happens sometimes. Sometimes its just extremely slow because of sheer usage, usuallyover the weekend when all the kids are home from school and on their Pcs etc.

If, you use full screen mode here, and "click" the square blue box above where you write (when you hover your pointer, it says "enter a media tag") then "clck" youtube video, and then paste in the box the link you have copied from youtube, the video will come up here instead of just the link..

Polphasic, Could never forget Zappa !! Mr's Rossy was thinking last night, she said "If necessity is the mother of invention, then how come we never saw invention on stage with frank zappa?"
A valid contribution, I think, from Mrs Rossy, who incidently, broke with convention last night and cooked dinner,after I had posted that to be off topic.

My contribution today is Chelsea girls by Nico.(RIP Nico)

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#1710164 - 07/09/11 12:02 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Originally Posted By: Rostosky
Ah excellent Griffin, a marvellous choice. Sometimes Youtube can litterally seem un-loadable, it happens sometimes. Sometimes its just extremely slow because of sheer usage, usuallyover the weekend when all the kids are home from school and on their Pcs etc.

If, you use full screen mode here, and "click" the square blue box above where you write (when you hover your pointer, it says "enter a media tag") then "clck" youtube video, and then paste in the box the link you have copied from youtube, the video will come up here instead of just the link..

Polphasic, Could never forget Zappa !! Mr's Rossy was thinking last night, she said "If necessity is the mother of invention, then how come we never saw invention on stage with frank zappa?"
A valid contribution, I think, from Mrs Rossy, who incidently, broke with convention last night and cooked dinner,after I had posted that to be off topic.

My contribution today is Chelsea girls by Nico.(RIP Nico)

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#1710166 - 07/09/11 12:06 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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PLEASE IGNORE MY LAST POST. I AM STILL HAVING TECHNICAL PROBLEMS.
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#1710169 - 07/09/11 12:09 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Please ignore my last 2 posts. I am still having some technical problems. I should get things straightened out shortly.
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#1710172 - 07/09/11 12:12 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: griffin2417]
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No probs Griffin, keep trying, looking forward to your posts.
This technology, is meant to make everything so easy?
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#1710188 - 07/09/11 12:46 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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I hope this works! I woke up thinking about Cream, and then I started hearing Jimi Hendrix's guitar in my mind. What an exciting time that was to grow up in with all of this incredible music!

Here's Jimi!
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#1710214 - 07/09/11 01:35 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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MORE ON CREAM & JIMI HENDRIX:

I forgot to mention that I also listened to Jimi Hendrix perform "Sunshine of Your Love" on YouTube. It was about 6-7 minutes. I enjoyed that version, as well as Cream's performance. Send me a PM If you want a link.
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#1710217 - 07/09/11 01:40 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: griffin2417]
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Brilliant Griffin, Again ( and again) RIP Jimmy Hendrix, safe in the knowledge you will never be forgotten.

I love the picture, showing Jimmy with his upside down guitar!! At that time fender did not make left handed guitars, so poor Jimmy had to re-string a right handed one upside down, as can be seen with the machine heads pointing to the floor rather than upwards......


Heres one, Jim Morrison, again RIP.

There is an odd connection to Ian Hunter here......
Did you know Ian Hunter was asked to front the Doors after Jim Morrison Died, (Or in an interviewers words,"became no longer available!")

Ian Hunter, felt he "could not fill Jims boots" so refused.
Which is probably for the best as the Doors had a massive back catologue, which might have left Ian without as much time to compose, having to learn all the catologue etc.

Anyways, I am glad he refused, for the sheer wealth Of Hunter/hoople/Ronson/ rant band, and solo work he has achieved.

heres The Doors, "people are strange"


Edited by Rostosky (07/09/11 02:01 PM)
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#1710242 - 07/09/11 02:33 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Thanks Ros! I had thought about the Doors earlier and decided not to take that one on because I would have gone off into overly complex chatter. I'm glad you presented it now when I can comment with more brevity.

These thoughts come to mind:

I've often wondered what sort of things made it possible for me to start opening myself to listening to so many other kinds of music in the 1960s. Earlier than the 1960s I mostly listened to R&B and danced to it with my friends. Only a few years after graduating from high school and going away to college to an unfamiliar place. I started hearing a more mature Stevie Wonder. I then was introduced to the music of my new friends in college. Some of their music I didn't care for. However, I was thrilled when I heard Hendrix, Cream, Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, and the Doors.

I'm coming to the conclusion that I immediately was drawn to their music initially because it was danceable. I think there was something magical about finding dancing together and getting to know each other.

For the record I can still kick it a bit! thumb
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#1710253 - 07/09/11 03:01 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Sly Cat]
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Originally Posted By: Sly Cat
I've never seen that vid before! Mint green suit....go David.

But now you got me thinking about sax, what else can I reply with but a fellow Scot - Mr G Rafferty with his classic which features THAT sax solo which, even after hearing it several hundred thousand times, never fails to send a delicious shiver up my spine.


Thanks SlyCat! I always loved this. Did he do any jazz stuff? I'm a fan of jazz stuff. If not, he should have.
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#1710267 - 07/09/11 03:23 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]
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Great stuff guys, magical memories. I just realised another connection.
The late Mick Ronson was classically trained, Piano and Violin.
He didn't want to play violin, he wanted to play cello, but the school he went to in Hull, made any potential cello player start with violin, then viola, and finally cello.

When Lou read made the Transformer albumn, David Bowie and Micky Ronson produced it, moreover Micky Ronson, was the Primary session musician on the albumn, playing Piano,guitar,backing vocals, and recorder.

Take a walk on the wild side, off transformer,By Lou Read.

This video is good for its original footage of Holly and Candy....
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#1710337 - 07/09/11 05:32 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: wayne33yrs]
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Originally Posted By: wayne32yrs
If i can hang on the Stevie Wonder topic, this is worth listening to!



Hi Wayne,
I've been having some quirky tech problems at times with YouTube. Finally, I got to hear the Stevie piece you shared. I never had heard this version by him. Thanks! Loved it.

Also loved the Lionel Richie piece. He still remains one of my favorite R&B ballad singers, along with Stevie. I recently watched a YouTube version of Lionel singing "Hello" on helium. It was really funny. Send me a PM if you want a link.
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