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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    Wait...you dind come... to your own mind?

    wtf







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    When I read that Lord died the first thing that came to mind was BG because he used to post Deep Purple in the Music thread, but since he was no longer participating on the board I left it at that thinking he was the only one that cared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Check vid at approx. 2:57 to hear Lord explain how he created his monstrous organ tone by plugging his Hammond directly into a Marshall
    Thats fantastic.



    Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    When I read that Lord died the first thing that came to mind was BG because he used to post Deep Purple in the Music thread, but since he was no longer participating on the board I left it at that thinking he was the only one that cared.
    Oh, I see.

    Sorry, my bad.

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    what in G-d's holy name are you all blathering about??


    and just who the **** is this Borgo guy??







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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Was jamming to DP all day today

    I was thinking about making a thread...but figured that the resident metal head shud leave the RIP 70's Keyboardists threads to the rest of y'all.

    Sweet Lucy wasn't a thread starter...


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    I was digging that Lamb of God cut; a little too much hysteria with those electric riffs.

    Calm down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    I was digging that Lamb of God cut; a little too much hysteria with those electric riffs.

    Calm down.
    Dude is still in jail.

    I cry myself to sleep.

    You guys just don't understand.


    :dancingmeerkat:


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    Not exactly an emphatic display of re-insertion but at least the keyboard tool appears to be basically operable.

    Still, as penance for your unannounced and unexplained absence (which any decent Hamurite should acknowledge is your bidness and your bidness alone) you should at least post a kick ass recipe for something or some chef's tip that'll either get us laid or make our nipples explode with delight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Other than J&R (especially for jazz records), Korvettes had the best record department during that era. Everything you could imagine, including lots of British imports. All for $3-5.

    When I was nine, my Mom took my brother and I on two buses to Korvettes to buy me my first acoustic guitar (on sale, of course). I don't recall the brand, but it was a disaster to play. Horrible intonation, and the action had to be two inches off the frets. lol.
    ahhhh Korvettes. Brings back memories. Back in 1977, I would visit this girl who was a cashier in the record department at the Douglaston Korvettes. Would hang there for hours. Married her 10 years later. Still married today. Korvettes.
    Last edited by Dcat; 07-18-2012 at 12:33 AM.

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    Welcome back, brother. We missed you!

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    Good to have you back Borgo. The weighted average Hampur IQ has now bounced back to ...well...average (you being on the right tail of the Bell Curve).

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    I would have started a thread yesterday, however I was too distracted by Jonah Falcone's conducting baton, to think of anything else musical.


    welcome back Borgo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    what in G-d's holy name are you all blathering about??


    and just who the **** is this Borgo guy??






    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswin View Post
    I would have started a thread yesterday, however I was too distracted by Jonah Falcone's conducting baton, to think of anything else musical.


    welcome back Borgo!
    see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    Good to have you back Borgo. The weighted average Hampur IQ has now bounced back to ...well...average (you being on the right tail of the Bell Curve).
    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    see?
    lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by BushyTheBeaver View Post
    Not exactly an emphatic display of re-insertion but at least the keyboard tool appears to be basically operable.

    Still, as penance for your unannounced and unexplained absence (which any decent Hamurite should acknowledge is your bidness and your bidness alone) you should at least post a kick ass recipe for something or some chef's tip that'll either get us laid or make our nipples explode with delight.
    I'm still mired in both anger and sadness. The Tebow signing idiocy was the last straw in a string of personal tribulations. Seeing a parent take their last, labored, breath is more impacting than can ever be even remotely described. Lord's death from pancreatic cancer mirrored my Mom's fate and prompted this thread. It is still unbelievably difficult to block out of my mind.





    Quote Originally Posted by Dcat View Post
    ahhhh Korvettes. Brings back memories. Back in 1977, I would visit this girl who was a cashier in the record department at the Douglaston Korvettes. Would hang there for hours. Married her 10 years later. Still married today. Korvettes.
    Great story, Dcat. Mazel tov.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcat View Post
    ahhhh Korvettes. Brings back memories. Back in 1977, I would visit this girl who was a cashier in the record department at the Douglaston Korvettes. Would hang there for hours. Married her 10 years later. Still married today. Korvettes.
    A guy I worked for told me Korvettes was started by 8 Jewish korean war vets. Thus they coined the name "EJ Korvettes". He was a stand up guy, not sure this is true but could be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    I'm still mired in both anger and sadness. The Tebow signing idiocy was the last straw in a string of personal tribulations. Seeing a parent take their last, labored, breath is more impacting than can ever be even remotely described. Lord's death from pancreatic cancer mirrored my Mom's fate and prompted this thread. It is still unbelievably difficult to block out of my mind.







    Great story, Dcat. Mazel tov.


    Sorry to hear about your mother, Borgo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braumeister View Post
    Sorry to hear about your mother, Borgo.
    Thanks, source. Just a horrific disaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braumeister View Post
    Sorry to hear about your mother, Borgo.
    Indeed, my condolences as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonhomme Richard View Post
    Indeed, my condolences as well.
    Thanks, Paulie. Lots of folks have gone through this before me. On so many levels, it just blindsides you with emotion.

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