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jsorense
27-05-2006, 01:08:42
. . . would you get an old English blues drummer to promote local wines.
http://www.gelsons.com/services/events/2k6/52k6fleetwood.asp
I did get him to autograph my "Then Play On" album.:D

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
27-05-2006, 06:18:50
Pity post

HelloKitty
27-05-2006, 08:13:25
Blues? Someone needs to spack you in the face for tainting the good name of blues with anything Fleetwood.

Oerdin
27-05-2006, 08:39:29
If it matters I've been to that Santa Barbara location many times and it is known for having a great selection of wine.

jsorense
29-05-2006, 18:22:20
Originally posted by HelloKitty
Blues? Someone needs to spack you in the face for tainting the good name of blues with anything Fleetwood.
HK, I did say "English" blues.
Anyway, they did try in the 60s.http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000002MK2/qid=1148926668/sr=1-20/ref=sr_1_20/103-1146412-4267843?s=music&v=glance&n=5174

jsorense
29-05-2006, 18:56:15
Originally posted by Oerdin
If it matters I've been to that Santa Barbara location many times and it is known for having a great selection of wine. Oerdin, next time you are in this neck of the woods, please warn me so that I can hide.:nervous:

HelloKitty
29-05-2006, 19:21:48
Originally posted by jsorense
HK, I did say "English" blues.
Anyway, they did try in the 60s.http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000002MK2/qid=1148926668/sr=1-20/ref=sr_1_20/103-1146412-4267843?s=music&v=glance&n=5174

People also call Eric Clapton Blues.

Doesn't make it right.

Unless you are saying English means tha same thing as "Suck ass pseudo".

Oerdin
30-05-2006, 07:05:39
Originally posted by jsorense
Oerdin, next time you are in this neck of the woods, please warn me so that I can hide.:nervous:

I prefer the surprise attack.

MoSe
30-05-2006, 08:11:28
probaly we all read that as "English (blues drummer)" instead of "(English blues) drummer"
gotta love that language

as far as I can recall, Jethro Tull's first two albums were also to be considered blues

HelloKitty
30-05-2006, 08:20:45
Originally posted by MoSe
probaly we all read that as "English (blues drummer)" instead of "(English blues) drummer"
gotta love that language

as far as I can recall, Jethro Tull's first two albums were also to be considered blues

Its wrong both ways.

And Fleetwood is in a class of ass all by itself compared to Tull. They both suck though.

jsorense
30-05-2006, 20:09:11
hee hee John Mayall hee hee

We are skating close to Music Forum wates now.:cute: