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07:30 min | 9 months ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

"Bonnie hoskins alarm in the virtual cupboard with mark. Pringle on just a murison bowie. Hello bonnie also in our cupboard. Today zooming in from paris is living legend. Nick kent hello make auto body and Friends that sounds like a sort of from nine hundred. Seventy one or children's television program. Yeah right to your baker frames in with pringle. We're supposed to be on the show. Nick when talking with you about the enemy. I'm delighted to be here. Good goods great excellent. I will also talk about iggy pop. We got an audio interview from nineteen seventy seven with the pop. We will may be about as well and we will. Of course be talking about your first novel neck. The unstable boys which has just been published here in the uk by constable. But let's start beginning. You are the rock journalist every fifteen year old boy. In britain in the early seventies wanted to bay and i was curious to what is just opened. I want to know what you were doing at fifteen. Was there. nick. Kent for you at the age of fifteen. What was i doing upstream. Unlock oh levels. It was nineteen sixty seven and i saw jimmy hendrix. The pink floyd with syd barrett. Who else was on that bill. The move incredible great and the nice who were also great. That was a highlight at that. He was a schoolboy fundamentally but it was the summer of love and as a result i was on. I was like you know. Benny king and i have nothing with my nose. Pressed up to the window pane looking at all. That color in the i i remember. I was living in wales at the time. I was born in north london and lived in north london till i was eight and then my parents moved up to wild for better employment. My father's side of the tv up there. And i was stuck. There was a miserable time. But when i was twelve i managed to see the rolling stones. Very early incarnation of that was a you rica moten because i actually got to meet the my spent two minutes toting brian jones and having a very nice conversation he was very nice to me unlike. What is legend would might lead you to believe. He was very friendly. Just nice to forty assault bought. Didn't in the band at one of those now legendary comes that will definitely no one ever talks about that. It was deafening. And that was part of the reason we're going in but no one ever to. Everyone talks about the stylistic. Change was going through the fact that he was playing twice the volume of any electric musician in the british isles during nine hundred. Sixty six is a brush to one side. I mean that's what people were booing because it's too fucking excuse. My language screen my so ninety six thousand nine hundred eighty seven. That was the best gig that i ever saw in my life because it was a package. It was the end of the package tour days and it was jimi hendrix headlining. When he with the experience at the end of the year that had seen him to monterey pop and prion constantly so he was right at the top of his game and the drugs hadn't started to diminish yet. He was right there. he was white halt. Then you had the pink. Floyd who that was right. This is a month before Was ousted from the group on but two or three months when he was ousted but it was a month for dave gilmore was brought in so the transition period was was beginning and he was what he was the opposite of hendrix if hendrix was wide hot paul. Sit with stone cold He didn't say he didn't play utah. He just stood there and once in a while i think he had a metal cigarette light which he moved up and down the front that was his musical contribution of the knights. This gimmick knows this thing. Roger waters evidently tell you already taken on. 'cause he did the singing and it was a roger waters sewn that set the control of the hearts of the sun that they played for like fifteen minutes. That was set but sydney the been there the nicer Famous was jumping on his sticking daggers. In it and it was it was the first step in program he was. He was actually a moment. Was like you sort of like whoo program begins here because that's the nice will first with our pro lite classical music right rolando by mozart. Thank rocket it up like you know. Just got it down to two. Who thanked it out and six. But if you'd seen them lines you would have been genuinely gulps back because the guy was like hendrix with a fucking huge hamadou organ which i mean if drugs on you can break your leg. Unlike a guitar and so the nice the band at the evening they set the bar very high but the move and hendrix could predicted the mood. Just that's one of the great on truly unheralded groups to be the move where it good go. They weren't as good as the kinks in. The davis was a better songwriter than roy. Wood the move will white better group the the kinks as a live band. When there was a five piece they were magical when that guy captured left. Something young joe boyd. Only slightly sneering referred to them as beer drinkers psychedelia. The right yeah he he got it right on the money. I mean they had more in common attitude wise with punk. They were very aggressive. That the difference between all the other guys henrik's on the same day. Henry's came across. In a token non non-aggressive way in sixties in wales as in the rest of the british isles races of who is way more overt and that night when i saw i folks shows package tools. There was a show between six o'clock and nine o'clock for the thirteen to sixteen the teenage crowd. Right the top of the pops viewers. Then there was one between nine and twelve was a separate show for the college audience. The to twenty one shea. There were no black faces in either of those old inches of the only black person in that in that whole that was hendrix so he play twin all white audience into white thirty year old schoolgirls as well at a time when racial tensions were high. So that alone about that.

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"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

"That was van morrison in conversation with john. Tumbler in nineteen seventy-nine concluding this week's rocks back pages. Podcast many thanks to special guests. John simon please visit his website at john. Simon music dot net for information about his book truth lies in hearsay and much else. Besides please note. This episode was recorded just before the events that the. Us capitol on january sixth two thousand twenty one the host of bonnie hoskins mop pringle and martin kolya it was co hosted and produced by jasper murison bowie. The rocks back pages. Podcast is part of the pantheon. Podcast network you can find thousands of articles as well as hundreds of full length owed interviews rox back pages dot com. I had just a couple of loose ends ahead. We're talking here when you talk about a wreath as kano jasper sampling muscle shoals studio. I wanted to the head that piano. Sheep respect our always been a problem to mica piano. Because you can't leave leave it open the all the room come in so they had taken the lid off taken the inches off and great plywood all around the piano. That was about two feet high to put the lid on top of that and stuck mike. You a holiday drill in there. That was the reason not the one in the hair also partners. This guess we scala missed so..

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"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hello, good evening you previously heard Robert Wyatt in conversation with Andy Gill in ninety-one concluding this week's rock back pages podcast. Many. Thanks to special guests to at LE- find out more about king rocker at King Rockefeller Dot Com those Bonnie hoskins and mark pringle and it was co hosted and produced by Jasper Murison Bowie there expect pages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network. You can find thousands of articles as well as hundreds of full length audio interviews, aerobics back, pages, DOT com..

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"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

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04:33 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

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"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

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04:46 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

"A mail order guy of my own books so when you buy books from Amazon I. Don't really make very much money off. It's basically I sign them ship the modern office. I keep a supply here of everything that is in print and the most recent things are the Saxon I've got the Saxon of got the merciful fate of got. All three iron means I've got both of the Black Sabbath actually right now, which is rare I've got both of the Judas Priest's I've got the bluish monster called visual biography that one I ran out of and I think this is the last supply of I'm GonNa get but I do have a good thirty copies of that. So a big expensive books, seventy, five bucks us to to the. US that shipping included but big coffee table book on. Blister Colt people are loving that one and we've got a thin lizzy one coming down the pikes of of that one So yeah, there you go. Let's sign off for now. Again Yeah. Go go play some of this stuff. Yeah. The Helen box pretty hard to find but yeah, it's it's on Youtube but but spotify no, they don't get the full albums, hell hell and back on their yeah Vanenburg, what a great band they just put out a new album and so they've got four albums now all amazing go play that stuff that's for now talk you in. Aren't all of our show note social links at www dot villain podcasts, dot com, or wherever you listen to great podcasts. All songs have you found for purchase on I tunes, spotify or replay. Pleased purchase great an important trucks. Find us on facebook at the are in are. We are on Instagram at our archaeology. Treated at our and our. Hi. There is greetings from rocks back pages in swinging London town brought to you by the Pantheon podcast network as Bob Dylan. Sang we were so much older then way younger than that now can possibly be true. No but we all young at heart and we do have heaps of fun when we invite special guests to join us and discuss everything that's new and cool on rocks back pages the online library of music rising guests have included Pechoux. Boy Neil tennant film director Mary Harron Ramones Manager Danny Fields Creation founder Alan McGee and countless stars from the world's music press. These large life legends have looked back with us. Some lots of food press the lost sixty years listen to great Kip Small Library of audience views with everyone from Jimi Hendrix. Joni Mitchell to Kate Bush and cut cobaine his Neil tennant on the pet shop boys we had a certain amount of hostility because I've been a journalist. So people thought it wasn't authentic right thing. These two clever guys were playing the plane the industry a bit. So please do join us every other week for an hour of unabashed fan boys celebration of Popular Music and deeply humbled opinions from your co host Bonnie hoskins not pringle and Jasper. Murison. Bowie real in those years with the rocks back pages podcast..

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

"Then lastly. Mention live of you the own sake just to finish up with some good pop. Queen Bay Ruled the stadium of light and Sunderland switching from Glamour's and goddess to line dancing. Texan Rodeo Star. It's just. Say, certainly, one of the biggest Paul packs just. Boy. Someone. That's put on a big show as well. You just fireworks and everything and he costume changes abound and stuff and Stephen, Dalton goes to see it for the Times in twenty sixteen and it's just kind of gets across just what an incredible range beyonce actually has. When you think about the massive pop songs, then lemonade is just come out at this point is while real depth to someone who is often dismissed as just pop stop but I think actually has a really good collection of different sounds and styles I agree, and this is this will speaking day of the Kamala Harris. was was picked by Bonn. As a running partner and it makes me think that balance say potentially has a major role to play in the coming months and years in in terms of American politics I'm not suggesting goes into politics, but she could do her bit to defeat the forces of yeah. I mean she has such a massive platform out like I would be great to see her doing a little bit more on that front. That's the sort of thing. So hopefully, and as you mentioned this sort of historic have news yesterday Biden's running-mate on. We can only cross our fingers that they managed to oust the incumbent. Polite term for the president. Absolutely, countdown to Magadan really isn't potentially. But listen. Thanks for joining us for staff. Thanks just co-hosting thanks in his absence to the legendary Al McKay for being guesses die. He will see his terrific and we're going to go out with the third and final clip from the Alex James Audio in which he talks about. Being Olot being the drunk kissed banned in British pop music. So be sure to join us in a couple of weeks I will be away. It could be Malkin Jasper all things being equal hosting a novel music legend Vicki Wickham who's a great pop Russian sixties and she managed Dusty Springfield and she managed La Belle to kneel and she's just terrific that should be that should be great. Just. Excited about the. Giant Boeing, can by. said. Was the second Oldie promise people upset you with a second drunk is in the drunk was. Well. DISCREET SUGGESTS GOAL Well I think it's always important it. It didn't really match almost I was somebody junk in. The Trunk and. Then you go. I. Don't you know the judge has. Not Remember what was going on. Here When they have synthesized and there was some sort of. I suppose a bit but no, I think. Can Cut US come back as. Still, trying to it. Charter Amendment Dreams. You know you got a little corner of. Things. That was Alex James in conversation with Maureen Payton in two thousand seven concluding this week's rock back pages podcast. Many. Thanks to special guest Alan McGee visit the creation twenty-three website at creation twenty-three dot code UK. The host was Bonnie Hoskins co-hosted and produced by Jasper Murison Bowie. The rocks back pages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network. You can find thousands of articles as well as hundreds of full length audio interviews a rocks back pages dot com..

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"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

"Wokers direct by pages podcast on Bonnie Hoskins, my co host today is Jasper Mersenne Bowie mark is something himself in his Tuscan retreat so savvy. Trait that is this week's special guest Allan Mckay while come Alan Hey bombing very good view to join us today. What is essentially a creation records special. We will also be hearing clips from an audio interview with blows Alex James and saying goodbye to Trinidad and Wayne. Fontana. Allen. Let's start by asking what your pop back tourism wars. Did you sell your soul to rock and roll? Probable way nineteen. Seventy one and get on a fuss trackable. which yes sounds amazing. But the next one was. CHUPI cheap cheap. Yeah. So until you know I buying a I was number one again on was number one the week before. Atlantic. Chichi, buying the number one records I, suppose whatever the eleven and Kinda was fascinated by matt bowling and. I'll do. Thank. Thank all the seventies kid stead get dictatorship. You, know play, play, appropriate being you know a rock and roll so. then. That's probably point. Hyena Mu that would be the ideal. Thing to do something in music you're you know I never thought I would end up a manager I never saw would come and get I mean you really liked. To, but I suppose China. Find my own initial on managing. The absolutely, I have this sense that there was a country gang of you guys up in Scotland who? Who essentially shed tastes like Joe Foster was he turned you onto important things. It's always interesting to me to read about the stuff to think what it was exactly. The same May and people all over the country that we were sort of getting into the stages in the velvet. Forever changes in a list of can you describe how that little gang of people together alum would you? We essentially skill each other on me? Right you know how the U2 Audience Eddie. Like you know if it's a Guy Guy Away to school each other. 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"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Pantheon

"Welcome back pages podcast I'm Bonnie Hoskins I'm on a zoom grid with mark, Purnell high body unjust Murison Bowie Hello Bonnie. But there's another face on the all BP grit today, and it belongs to none other than Loyd. Grossman Hi. Lloyd delighted to join this distinguished trio. It's good of you to join us today. Delighted to see you'RE GONNA. Talk we hope about among other things you'll formative years as a rock critic hard to believe you get up to become a TV celebrity and the King of Pasta sources whatever we think. We will also be Tokyo about Queen because it's I think it's something like the fiftieth anniversary of the first time. They ever played live in London. We will talk a little bit about the group. Now known as the chicks having the having removed the were Dixie from the name, and we will be talking about all the some of the new pieces are Detroit's pages this week Lloyd Take Bites beginning of your story. How did you come to write full the Boston music type of fusion as well as rolling stone and other publications. Again because I was a very very. I still am a very unsuccessful guitar player. and. I was. I was playing in my Bam in Boston. One of many failed bands in Boston. Around nineteen, sixty, seven, sixty eight. And Usually magazine, which was one of the first got of underground music papers in. America seem to be a place where I should advertise my upcoming get. So I went into the fusion offices to place an ad and began talking to the shop. For, some reason was extraordinarily impressed with. Rock knowledge and said we want you right for us and Broadway. The adult be ten bucks. So that's how I started I began writing for fusion, and through fusion I met a lot of very interesting other raucous journalists at the time. And then eventually went to Rudd Lot for rolling stone. Thanks to Jon Landau Okay so as Landa. Who got you in there if I wanted the pace? By the pages. Your view of dark side of the main. You're the guy that got to review side of the Moon for rolling start. And it could review it is it is a good review and it was very funny. Many many many years later on that David Gilmour audit and the first thing he said to me was thank you. That's great. It's not so it'd be lovely, thank you. Were the guy really responsible for Pink Floyd's Joy Norma success over the years. It was already to dwarf everything else accomplished, so we got a couple of vision pieces I mean we love fusion. We go caller fusion articles on on rockstar pages, and this was kind of the. Of like the era of the American critic, the underground press. I mean I think on your way compete. You wrote for the quote unquote underground press. I mean what what are your memories about times? This stuff was kind being made up as it went along. Yeah, I mean. We were all calling of trolling to be told Wolf. Though, you know. We were all obsessed with gun new journalism which basically meant? You spent the first two hundred and fifty five hundred words of any piece on of riffing about what happened to you on the way. which pair of? Boots you're going to wear, so you all self-indulgent bollock yourself, and then finally when you realize you getting close to the last paragraph you so. I went to see fleetwood back and they were actually flying. So we were doing. A lot of that USON had an extraordinarily intellectual very very brilliant at a cult. Robert Soma wops Oma you subsequently became. An American judge and is known. Judge and he's down extremely successful bankruptcy lawyer in America and Bob was very of the plugged into the New York scene. He was very close to reidents like ball Christ out Cetera, and it was just a crazy time because we were making it off. And it was all rather like. Filled called Cameron. Crowe's film was he called almost famous famous. It was all very much like that. I mean I remember. We never got paid. At fusion, we never got paid. We will all booed lots of money. You know like fifty bucks something we never got paid. That's it was a relief to start working for rolling stone, but what I remember so vividly about that period actually is on sitting. You know having gone to the fusion offices once again, try to get paid and big turned away by the publisher. Going the local drugstore and sitting down, and having you in my Afghan coat, sitting Afghan on Barstool of the drugstore and this drinking chocolate milk shakes to sort of drama sorrows. On this extraordinarily usual Ruby Tuesday, taught girl came sat. On the Boston will next to me. And just looked at me. With her beautiful allies interviewed before face, and after about a two minute silence, she said man. You are so yanked out. Attack! For me got sums it up. Not sums up the late nineteen sixties from being Yang. It will shake and young missing I think. On, my union had gone walkabout and. Almost total is Yang. And because we'll never got paid I the likes of fusion..

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie hoskins" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"That puts out discussion of great jazz albums at an end for this episode. I wouldn't put it passes through another one somewhere down. The happen will happen. I'm looking at. We'll have so terry for the one or two people at the WHO know who you are and you know really why not a puffer myself. Yeah exactly please. Tell people about your wonderful podcasts. In Youtube Channel where they can find you have to podcast because up a penny a cinema podcast which and is cinema dot pumping dot com and the. Masha driving podcast which is of Martian driving pumping dot com ones about movies. That are more than twenty years old. The other ones about genre films sometimes sometimes off but I usually try to make sure that interesting films and I'm never going to stop was moved again Wednesday. Not at about Nano ten PM Milton. Which is a varies depending on You can hear me on if you stream. Abc Radio in Darwin or Alice Springs already. The Nolan territory areas where I talk that movies for half now usual Rebecca Clara but sometimes with a few other people embassy and whoever else is replacing her and we usually just shoot the breeze about that and have a great time with that. I've also got the YouTube channel. Which is Terry talks movies? And this week I'm doing a piece on Wa- grant And some really scary implications on net. Next week I'll be one of my marathon stunts where I watch movies in. Twenty four hours and try to review them for the camera that you did that last year. I did that last year on with commission returns. But I'm doing it again and this time of doing movies. I haven't seen before but I'm doing that on Saturday for Yemen until eight am on Sunday. It's kind of like marathon running. The movie watches simply. That's incredible stamina defined that you're going for a job like maybe after three films Oil Walker rant at the pile of got some white. Some Obama made a little bit of white and a few squats in a lot of espresso. Yes well that is your passion with that Qatada Tomshich will. You've got approximately two Aspen Made sure I haven't done any really long movies so I'm not going to be watching the argument or something like that. Make the movie show so they fit within the two hours gives you topic toilet breaks and snacks and just stretching out in saying hi to the family. But it's something I've visited but a done recommend that everybody deal because it'll do you hit him for bed awake. So what's the approach? Gang Bay to recording the discussion about the film's Watcher film While it's fresh in your mind talk about it and then got ya got a couple of different cameras. I use a little pocket which is four K. Thing about the size of a Pistons Fan saw was a good time. A couple of other Have set up the up still working on that part of a cinematography of it. But I'm going to be doing it and I'll be doing a bit too camera. increasingly becoming inherent inherent but that's poverty and Yeah I'll just do it and have fun and ended it later in the wake terrific. What I'm GonNa do is in the Shire nights for this hour links inking up to all those endeavors. Well I'll make mention of the people have to find that on the APP themselves but otherwise the Utah to help the national broadcast. We do because certainly I government. Hang on Whitewater. You've heard all the details as well. L. Err on the shy from Joanna's to weigh the places where you can find this podcast in taking join the facebook group Cetera et Cetera. We're always looking for more people coming in listened and I just wanted to say once again. A huge thanks to patron Christian over at Pentium podcast taking love it album on a few months ago really extremely grateful and I'm in a lot of great company. I mean I haven't gone through. I've got to admit bet thirty different PODCASTS. That they say truth be known. I haven't gone through every single one of them but I have gone through a few and there's some amazing stuff. They ruck role archaeology. Is I think the main flagship podcast for the network hustveit Christian swine and this is a guy who really really knows his stuff. This an episode that I listened to of a show Co lit role let it roll tends to interview authors of Music Books and the episode was just listening to today. I had a good discussion with my son. Max about this later on. I'M NOT GONNA sit down. Two thousand wear went with tech forever. That'd be a show on through. But they had an interview with fellow. Who wrote a book called Retro Mania? Which came out I think about ten years ago and discuss contention was as a lot of music. Scribes do is talk about why rock and roll is dead and had nothing. You has come along in the rock field for many years and was listening to that. I wanted to shout. My phone listened to podcasts but then they also went through jazz. Nielsen may sort of the contention that there was nothing new in the jazz field from nineteen ninety and it was a bit of a museum pace leading musicians with doing. What's come before the bunch of questions you could ask? Why is that a problem or have you really been listening to anything? I mentioned Madejski. Matinee would earlier on and that's hugely different from anything. That's come before. It is bad to be a lot of other jazz musicians who had doing wildly different things. But I still found it to be fascinating discussion regardless with our agreed with everything but it's a rigorous debate and I just love listening to that. Let it rolls another great show. Hi Hi Fi. Which is nap. Had A pantheon. They'll send you to Pantheon as well which is a Been CHAMPIONING AND TIM. Morrow whip up in championing at this for months. These two guys that do great research and I know in the love. They music in every show they talk about something different in the history of recorded music so I did a whole show talking about that fed. I think in the seventies where you play music for your plants to grow by. They did shock on Zambian rock. They did a shy. Which you would appreciate Terry on the same as my love the other night I will. I'll send you a link to that. It's a great show so highway hi Fi rock and roll librarian that. I've listened to Chris involved with that as well but won't coach Shelly Charleston. Who is talking about books? Biographies ON MUSICIANS BOOKS. That she's rate about Rather than speaking to the writer but she's getting her tight on the books that she's rate in the music world and just all great shows probably find one that I WANNA mention that I've listened to is the rucksack pages podcast featuring a man who I had very early on in the life of Love Album. The biography writer. Bonnie Hoskins He came to the shadow talk about his biography of Tom. Whites and rucksack pages is a really really great website. It's kissed on reprinting articles from the beginning of rock journalism. 's early ninety sixty three and. I don't know where they get all these articles. But it's absolutely amazing resource highly. Recommend you dig into. It is some free radicals as a matter. Because you pay for if you want to get really dig into a date given listen today. Podcast would I talk about some of the articles that have just recently put up and just fascinating shot a lot more than I have to dig through? If you want to find out anything from Pantheon just gotTa rock and Roll. Archaeology Dot Com and you can link to any of the individuals present safety pin Pantheon into your podcast APP of choice. Dane us of everything that's in their roster or you can get individual shows if you want me want to listen to one or two shows rather than everything else. I just find it really exciting to have been taken on by a network that all they focus is music. Podcasts rather long ramble. But I'm really happy to be part of that. So let got check them up. What's Terry thank you very much for being a part of this? And when you're ambulatory again we'll have coffee. Will we will to learn how to walk again but yeah well once when you charge you can do it again. You little more threes than when fifty five here. Not Talk All right well with that. Just want to say Pretty much the second. I've been finishing off my similar. White ahead you do. I've always had people. Listen to some great albums. Listen to try to terminate bad but listen to some music. What some great films Awesome Odin refills be nice to each other. Because in this world with people fighting each other on the Internet we dot net anymore. That just give somebody love heart and introducing out in that you love and you've got something to discuss and best of all introduced into podcasts. Today if you do nothing else with that said all the best and we look forward to speaking to you next month. I love.

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