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Sinatra

Post by [NME]T-Bone » Mon Aug 12, 2002 11:33 am

I picked up Frank Sinatra's Reprise - The Very Good Years CD this weekend. (Stop laffing you bass turds)

Anyhoo, if any of you like ole blue eyes, let me know and I'll see what I can do fer ya. 8)

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Post by [NME]Myth » Mon Aug 12, 2002 12:14 pm

I can't believe I opened this thread. :lol:

Sorry for going off topic. Now on with the real Sinatra discussion:
LET'S GO HOKIES!!!

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Post by [NME]T-Bone » Mon Aug 12, 2002 12:30 pm

[NME]Myth wrote:I can't believe I opened this thread. :lol:

Sorry for going off topic. Now on with the real Sinatra discussion:


I can see you are a well rounded individual. :o

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Post by [NME]Myth » Mon Aug 12, 2002 12:45 pm

I'm not that round. I could stand to lose a few pounds though. Beer, tastes great, but it is definitely filling. :wink:
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Post by [NME]T-Bone » Mon Aug 12, 2002 11:07 pm

Hmmm... no takers huh? :lol:

I guess Sinatra did always put me in the outer circles with my friends. They never could understand how I could switch from the Grateful Dead to Iron Maiden, then Metallica, then Sinatra.

Ya gotta keepem guessin' ya know.

Oh, today I started checking out some Sixteen Horsepower. Any of you familiar with them? I like it a lot but I'm having trouble classifying it. Sort of rock/bluegrass/country/? if ya know what I mean.

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Post by Drewbacca » Tue Apr 22, 2003 1:28 am

Sorry, I missed this one. I enjoy Sinatra. I don't have any of his music myself, but I used to listen to his LPs when I was a kid. Unfortunately my parents sold all their albums. Oy! :cry:

I like a lot of oldies. Bing Crosby, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, even the Sing Along with Mitch stuff. Oh and Harry Belafonte, too.


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Post by Cobra » Tue Apr 22, 2003 1:25 pm

I like a lot of different music, and its possible I like Sinatra.

But ever since "cdnow.com" is gone, or yahoo bought it, they dont have .wav samples anymore. Bass-turds.

So my music buying, and or d/ling mp3's is all but dead. Im one that refuses to pay for a cd and it only have 1 damn good song on it.

I have always thought selling cd's was a good business. People buy them for what, $16 cost $2 to make them, and you dont have to worry about people bringing them back because they dont like it.

Guaonteed sell. :D

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