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  1. Leroy 701
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    We still drink this great northern beer, it is alive and well and becoming popular with some younger people kinda like PBR has I guess
     
  2. junkyardjeff
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    It was a good beer but between the 5 of us on the trip we went through over 30 cases of it during that two weeks so I needed to drink something else the last couple days,I dont think I drank any beer for over a week after I got back home since we woke up and started drinking and then drank until we passed out. I was suprised we actually got any fishing in in between the drinking.
     
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    What is that thing/contraption straddling the hole up the hill from him?
     
  4. Bivouac frame from last night?
     
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    Detroit 1965

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    Belle Isle Bridge

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    Gale's Roostertail 1968

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  19. Man am I jealous!!
    I wonder how many people actually know who The Soft Machine and The Chambers Brothers are?
    Did you know you can get Soft Machines 'Rubber Riff' on CD now?

    Doc.
     
  20. 11E
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    Heard of, both. Chambers Brothers...saw and had "The Time Has Come" album (which had a pretty good version of Midnight Hour on it, among other things).

    I also saw Hendrix...in May of '69...one of the last dozen or so performances before Redding left the band, thux ending the original "Jimi Hendrix Experience" lineup.

    Here's the setlist for that night...


    Johnny B. Goode
    Fire
    Foxy Lady
    Spanish Castle Magic
    Red House
    Purple Haze
    Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

    He was ending a lot of his concerts with Voodoo Child in that period.
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    Last edited by Ryan; 03-03-2012 at 04:15 PM.

    OK why were these Photos removed?.. what's the deal?..
     
  22. automaticslim
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    The Motown Records headquarters. The "Snakepit" recording studio is in the basement, so called because of the large black cables that criss crossed the floor. The mixdown studios were upstairs. Just think of all the great hit records that are now part of our daily musical landscape that originated in this building!
     
  23. stratocharger
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    third time?.. really?.. see if you get anymore submissions from me.
     
  24. Al Consoli
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  25. Too funny, projection equipment. This leads me to this thought and question. I have never been a fan of the torpedo look. Was this really attractive to you guys from those days?
     
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  27. Looks almost like that today. ;)

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    My mom worked at the Sears when I was a kid.
     
  28. stratocharger
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    here's "one" of the many photos i posted that was removed. on topic or not?..
     
  29. Jagman
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    That's a great photo!
     
  30. JazzDad
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    The day was growing short, however the picnic was deemed a success when the revelers were finally able to run down a hiker. :eek:
     
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