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Only you can determine that. Posted - Sep 17 : PM Respect! Posted - Sep 18 : PM I often wonder what the reaction would be of those who find out about my collection after I die. I have a large extended family who are dutiful in family matters. I can see them all showing up after my death to save my wife the grief of sorting through my belongings. Would it be my daughters? Oh shit, what a terrible thought! I doubt the reaction would be, "Awesome!
Daddy has a copy of Extreme Anal Makeover! I've been looking for a copy. He has all the others? Any thoughts on how to protect my family other than getting rid of the porn? Posted - Sep 19 : PM You need to have a porn buddy. Posted - Sep 20 : AM Nicely done, bigfoot, nicely done. Just kidding. But I'd say you'd do good to get some Gaped Crusaders in your life. But I say that to everyone. And I'm going to email Steph to upgrade you to Senior Member status immediately.
Without delay. Posted - Sep 20 : AM This thread poses bandwidth problems. Posted - Sep 21 : PM Thanks. Does that mean I get the key to the executive washroom? Click to expand Do you have any tips on how to create a spreadsheets for the above?
I have in excess of adult DVDs in my collection and is looking into putting them onto a database for ease of cataloging, cross referencing etc etc. Posted - Nov 11 : AM I apologize for the delay in my response. It was unavoidable. I'm happy to send you a sample page of Excel to get you started. If you want to privately send me your email address, I'll get some ideas out to you.
What type of spreadsheet or database programs do you own or plan to use? URL of this thread. FrescoEdits returns with the second chapter of his series, editing and unearthing 2 gems from Italian and international pop scene, an italian tv soundtrack, and a smooth jazz track.
Legendary NYC house label Strictly Rhythm is celebrating a mammoth 3 decades of cutting edge, roof-raising house music. Truly a benchmark. Strictly Rhythm is easily one of the most recognisable and respected dance music powerhouses of all time.
Across 3 limited double vinyl offerings, the Strictly catalogue has been expertly picked over to present you with a snapshot of some of the most earth shattering house music to emanate from the streets of New York City. A who's who of producers and artists, all killer and no filler. End to end classics that help to tell the story of one of dance music's most well loved labels. Fully legit, remastered and selected with love courtesy of Strictly Rhythm and Above Board distribution for Happy birthday Strictly Rhythm!
No long story to tell I wanted to make something I could play at peaktime and then I went and asked 3 mighty producers whose stuff I adored if they would like to make a version each. Unleash these bea s ts. For those that would rather leave the vocals at bay, the B side houses the instrumental mix in all it's glory. A radiant release that still sparkles as bright as it did back in — an essential buy!
First volume of a selected series of reprints of DFC's classics. The mission is to simply uplift your spirit through music and word. Released as a series of eight limited vinyl-only 45, when assembled together the covers reveal a beautiful design courtesy of designer Charlotte McCrae.
Chapter 1 includes the brilliant but incredibly tough pull, Rev L. DJ Support: Tone B. The release kicks off with 2 dancefloor adapted tracks, skillfully blending a variety of influences into modern house music. On the flip side, the vibe feels much more mellow and warm - as if the tracks are tuned for an afterparty or a more leisured setting.
Disco Bits are back with a couple of late night dancefloor sureshots from top notch Japanese producer Kazahaya! The track builds and builds with a killer vocal from a soul legend.
There is even a heavy drums breakdown towards the end of the track. Mashups don't get better than this. Side B - Forever A midtempo soul workout on the flip, perfect end of night fodder. Kazahaya takes a slept on Casablanca classic and moulds it into a heavy modern soul wonder. It includes 4 funktastic reworks by label head Rayko. Pete Herbert: Loving Body Language and revenge. Will play for sure. Loving this release and Bonononos wins for me. Peza: Loving these.
Please send me vinyl bro! Trujillo: Body Language is groovy as fuck! Thomas Fraudental: nice as always! Limpodisco: killer bassline over there. Several years ago, the born under pitches DJ Crew members got their hands on a couple of original 70s obscurities, while these standout records shone brightly in their own right, the team finally decided to put them out as those obscure old records fetch eye-wateringly high prices on the second-hand market.
This will surely be one of the most keenly anticipated disco release of the year. Gator Boots returns for lucky Three edgy edits from Italian outfit Blue Mondays. Including longtime favorite White Wedding and other unexpected dance floor excursions. David Penn is one of Spain's biggest DJs and producers, who celebrated being named 1 house artist on Traxsource in !
Has managed an impressive eight tracks in the Top overall tracks of the , nineteen in the Top House and several Traxsource 1s throughout the year.
Lunetta11 launches its own music label releasing the brand new single of Mangaboo featuring the Neapolitan icon and world renowned jazzist Enzo Avitabile.
Intimate and intense or exuberant and sensual, depends from which prospective you look at the sea. Releasing four of the biggest dance tracks of and crowned as the 2 Beatport Artist Of All Time, Dresden born disco-house producer Purple Disco Machine has quickly become one of the most prolific and sought after producers in the industry.
Kicking off the A side is The Funk District - 'Play The Game', what a way to kick start this vinyl release with its hooky vocal, funky chords and driving disco vibe perfect for the dancefloor. Bringing back that old disco vibe, beautiful keys and percussion with a vocal which flows through the track to give you that disco lift feeling with a catchy baseline.
Flipping over onto the B side we have C. Da Afro - 'Groove Definitio', funky guitar riff to get your feet stomping with a pulsating baseline groove and a guitar solo to fall in love to. Finishing up this perfect first vinyl from Moiss Music is Alexny - 'Take You There' driving beat, disco filters and pumping vocal will take leave you wanted to play this track again and again.
As we boldly enter a new decade, we cap off the pingin' naughties with another four bangers for your intergalactic nappers on this, the tenth instalment of our various artist EP series! Red Laser Corp. Featuring two new ascending space cadets, ready to prove their worth on the universal playing field, alongside well-decorated star commanders Ste Spandex and Franz Scala; this latest Manctalo mission is destined for undisputed interplanetary acclaim.
First up, it's local interstellar fugitive, RL regular and black listed hardware abuser, Ste Spandex; whose titular tribute to one of dance music's most notorious labels is as fitting and arresting a piece of glistening, space disco-tek as its namesake deserves. Centered on triplet synth shards and a rugged acid line, Spandex-patented perx snap, crackle and pop as the track careers through the asteroid belts protected by a capacious force-field of electrostatic energy.
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You know, my first gun. Well, Dock took that pistol and traded for three gallons of that liquor and we carried it till we got tired and we hid two gallon of it. He got hot! Hit it pretty lucky. When he finished we had enough money to where we come back on the bus. Yeah, we done pretty good. Now, a few years later, one of the times when him and his wife Sarah split up and he lived over at Mayking Kentucky , he sold all the furniture out of their house.
We never did make it to Norton. Now, he was a rounder. Did you ever see him do the buck and wing? As we finished our interview and said our goodbyes that morning, Johnny gave me a present. On my way back home to Ohio the following Sunday I listened closely. During one of our recording sessions the late I. Dock Boggs stepped out and he cracked down on this piece.
The song became an anti-war mantra for the band in an unexpected way. The other band members were taken aback. Dock Boggs. Many groups have done versions of his work. Looking back now, I find it puzzling that Dock became relatively well known to musicians and audiences across the country and yet so little recognized at home. As a teenager I had been striving to be a musician and was an early Dylan fan, still I had no idea that Dock even existed, much less was influencing American culture.
But that was to change after a tour in Vietnam and my discharge from the Army. Upon my return home I enrolled in the local college thanks to the G. My sociology teacher, Helen Lewis, knew that I picked at the guitar and sang a little bit.
I had known her since the eighth grade when she was the college librarian.Normally, I got up at am but I seemed to have forgotten to set my alarm. I frantically tried to get up but I felt a sharp pain when I applied force on my left hand. "Ow " I frowned and drew out my left hand from under the covers, only to see a new swelling near the .