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post #166 of 196
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All sent to my 3 partners :D



Your cd is also on it's way to you

post #167 of 196

Anyone here wanna do another with me? I have a nice soul CD you'd like if you are kinda into that stuff :)

SoulSyde I'm willing to go again with you too

post #168 of 196
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I still have your address from our "off-the-books" gift exchange from last year.

 

You want to do it again this year?  If so, PM me because I have a new address what with the new apartment that I told you all about in our continuing, year-long private message exchange (soon to be available as an Amazon Kindle e-book).



You think we could get money for our political discussions? :D

post #169 of 196

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You think we could get money for our political discussions? :D


Well, not much money, but maybe a little.  I am a fairly talented diarist-author with a decent writer's resume, and I have never had an international pen-pal to share ideas with in instantaneous, real-time, fashion before meeting you.  So yeah, I might be able to whip our dialog into shape enough to self-publish it in e-book format. I'd need your legal permissions of course, and you would get a chance to edit it before it was "published."   Heck, you know how much stuff I've researched and written for Wikipedia - anybody who checks my Head-Fi profile can see that:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/542143/just-to-get-a-feel-as-to-whos-in-this-community/15#post_7312478

 

... and Wikipedia has a free, online utility to turn any wiki articles of your choice into a handsome printed volume:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Book&bookcmd=book_creator

 

So, yeah, we could maybe charge a few pennies for each downloaded copy, and maybe the pennies would add up to some real money. But then again...  I wish Head-Fi had a smiley-face character of someone with their tongue thrust firmly into their cheek (American figure of speech).

 

 

post #170 of 196

Got my CD from my partner last night: Sanctuary, by Arvo Part. Can't wait to give it a proper listen tonight. :-D

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Got my CD from my partner last night: Sanctuary, by Arvo Part. Can't wait to give it a proper listen tonight. :-D



 

 

Thats a great cd.  I dig Arvo.

post #172 of 196

I love what I've heard of his work before, so I'm pretty excited to actually just sit down with him and give this particular CD my full attention. Classical and modern classical composers have been absent from my collection for too long, so it's nice to finally have the first step taken to filling in the void.
 

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Thats a great cd.  I dig Arvo.



 

post #173 of 196

My cd came in the mail today from Palmfish. It is "In Absentia"  by Porcupine Tree. I had never heard of this group and still not sure what I think, but it is growing on me. It reminds me of Tool combined with Pink Floyd.

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BTW the recording is amazing on this album. Listening to it with my Beyerdynamics T1 right now.


Edited by chef8489 - 12/16/11 at 8:06pm
post #174 of 196

I worship the ground Steven Wilson walks on because of the (in my opinion) *fantastic* work that he's done with remastering King Crimson's back-catalog. I should probably give Porcupine Tree a chance, one of these days.

post #175 of 196

got my CD yesterday! woot! It's Joe Bonamassa - Live From Nowhere In Particular. Ripping it as I type this, can't wait biggrin.gif

 

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post #176 of 196

You guys do know there is a "whadjaget" thread right? :)


Edited by Ultrainferno - 12/17/11 at 2:09am
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post #178 of 196
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My cd came in the mail today from Palmfish. It is "In Absentia"  by Porcupine Tree. I had never heard of this group and still not sure what I think, but it is growing on me. It reminds me of Tool combined with Pink Floyd.

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BTW the recording is amazing on this album. Listening to it with my Beyerdynamics T1 right now.



Excellent choice, one of the best records of the last 20 years imho

 

post #179 of 196

Well, now I do. :-P
 

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You guys do know there is a "whadjaget" thread right? :)



 

post #180 of 196

Mine gift for HamidGal has headed to Mexico today.

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