TheRustonRifle#7

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  1. TheRustonRifle#7

    Robert Turbin Suspended 4 Games

    Lol, sans the cheating of course, but very funny nonetheless.
  2. TheRustonRifle#7

    Robert Turbin Suspended 4 Games

    What a shame! He is a very valuable 3rd down back and would have been valuable to the other young running backs with his experience.....
  3. You once told me that you liked this song. I heard it yesterday and found this live version of it. It is a great song.

     

    Btw, hope you had a Happy Father's Day with your lovely daughter.

     

     

    And how about this one?

     

     

    I love 70s music. 

    1. TheRustonRifle#7

      TheRustonRifle#7

      Awesome thank you for rembering and sharing.  We had a great Father's Day together 

      , thanks so much!

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Good call on the soothing sounds of the 70's NFLfan. I couldn't agree more.

       

      Happy belated Fathers Day Out There to all the dads. Here's hoping you all got something more than a tie, toolbox, grill, or set of golf clubs. Unless you actually wanted those things. LOL!

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    4. bayone

      bayone

      most memorable moment in concert history for me & yes it wasnt the greatful dead who saw good 400 times and yet this was more memorable moment

       

      1970  Stonybrook University GYM- sat right side of stage somewhat in front 0f it  ) no behind seats there

       

      10=15 feet behind me was monstrous speaker

       

      who doing Tommy  - suddenly Pete Townshend jumps up and strums guitar as screeching high pitched voice yells what seemed to be right into my ears HY MY NAME IS UNCLE ERNIE - they are still ringing

       

       

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    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      Thanks for the shout out RR7!  Since Mr. Vai was on your brain, here ya go...

       

       

      "That's Steve Vai. What a nice little boy." Wha Wha...

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      I really enjoyed this collaboration with David Coverdale that still holds up well even in 2018.

       

       

      A top tier power ballad that Vai was vital on while touring with WS in the 90's man.

       

      I love how David elongates or stretches out the words "emotion" & "devotion". Good stuff.

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      I wasn't sure where to put this. Yes, I know it's not Steve Vai related. However, despite that fact, I wanted you to see a well done instrumental treatment of "I Was Made For Lovin' You" by some talented Russian musicians. Women can most certainly bring the house down.

       

       

      The face paint was pretty cool. I especially liked Ace Frehley's makeup job. And of course, drummer Peter Criss as the cat. This time on keyboard in this version. Paul Stanley's star was a nice touch too.

       

      Folks from Mother Russia specialize in caviar, vodka, & timeless Rock N Roll baby. Oh Yeah. The production value is stellar & off the chain IMHO.

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    1. lollygagger8

      lollygagger8

      CROSSROADS!!!! LOVE THAT MOVIE!! 


      Excellent post! :)

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    4. bayone

      bayone

      Saw Hendrix In H. S. @ the New Years Concert that was rerecorded and  became The  Band of Gypsies Album

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    Top 11 Colts of All-Time (NFL.com)

    Tough list, but Unitas DESERVED#1
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    Top 11 Colts of All-Time (NFL.com)

    Barry!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Andrew Luck is throwing a football

    Good news!
  11. TheRustonRifle#7

    The list of Colts potentials that never panned out

    There were many that felt Etman's issues were steroid related as he gained something like 50 lbs of muscle from his Freshman to Senior years in college. What a shame. Okay, wasn't sure what you meant by Rison and I agree...my bad.
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    Luck close to throwing: Reich

    I am hoping to see more than the "grainy footage" from Peyton at Duke in 2012....jk!!!!!
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    The list of Colts potentials that never panned out

    Steve Etman played in only a few games in his career with the Colts. The kid was the real deal, look at the won vs loss record when he played. Brandon, not Brian, was a very talented O'Lineman but was killed prior to the pre-season by a driving accident. Andre Rison went on to be a very good Wide Receiver...
  14. Some 80's hijinks…....

     

     

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    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      Nice selections as always RR7. Appreciate the Blackie Lawless stuff as well as Rainbow, Whitesnake, Autograph, & several other bands you posted brother. :scoregood:

       

      People unfamiliar with WASP always get the wrong impression. You know that Blackie had an addiction problem when it came to the opposite sex. That Apache frontman is very sharp. Part of it, was just designed to tick off the PMRC [Parents Music Resource Center]; Part of it was just to go against the grain to manufacture controversy to sell millions of records; & part of it was just the rock n roll lifestyle back in the day. Blackie is a very deep thinker who articulates his point of view exceptually well in 1 on 1 interviews overall.

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      Kudos on your Peter Gabriel choices too. Gotta add 1 more from his catalog though.

       

       

      A very unrated song of the highest caliber. Enough said.

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Regarding my cover of "I Don't Care Anymore" by HY I posted yesterday, I forgot to mention this: My condolences to the family of Vinnie Paul, former drummer of Pantera, who passed away on June 22nd.

       

      I always get depressed when musicians die because they represent the closest thing to pure creativity we have left in this world. Some comedians like George Carlin & Robin Williams float among this unique realm too.

       

      When you see quality musicians bond with a crowd & occupy a brief live space where nothing else matters for a 2 hour set, it's pretty amazing.

  15. More Full Albums that I like....

     

     

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    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Hey there RR7,

       

      Just listening to your Neil Young greatest hits post man. Good s**t!

       

      Canadians are such stellar musicians. Gotta be something in the water up there or "Down By The River" no doubt. :D