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Mon 12-Jul-10
1:24 pm
brightspark
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SandyC said:

So many of my favourites on this thread but I caanot get You tube, it is banned in Turkey. Does anybody know how to get around this, I have heard there are ways. Is there another way to download.


 

This one may help - not sure, though:

 http://www.xroxy.com/

recommended to me .....

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Sat 27-Nov-10
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It's been a long time since this thread was alive and I loved it.

Tonight I stumbled across a version of one of my all time favourites, with Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and my old buddy K  K himself.

Me and Bobby McGee

Edit: Makes me sad to think it was over 20 years ago frown

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Sat 4-Feb-12
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On the subject of music:

Yesterday in work I was checking my email and noticed that one of the americans who seems to be inadvertently using my gmail address had rented a car in Saginaw, Michigan.

I was talking to Ulrika in the computer room (not that Ulrika, but a colleague from work) and mentioned the email, then mentioned a previous email about `Mike and Emma's Sandwich Shop', which was when I received an email saying `our' snack bar had been added to a business database. Obviously someone from the actual shop had used my email address when that was set up.

I did a google search for the shop and found their facebook page and noticed that they were based in Folsom, Pennsylvania. I mentioned the Johnny Cash song 'Folsom Prison Blues' and Ulrika said that there are a few places called Folsom in america. About a minute later, the Johnny Cash song came on the radio. It was quite a spooky coincidence.

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Sat 4-Feb-12
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Scary!

I'll try that again!
Sat 4-Feb-12
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Tonight we're watching a couple of episodes of Treme, so we're listening to lots of New Orleans jazz. The theme tune's brilliant.

Wed 16-May-12
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I don't think I have ever contributed to this thread before, but I have just come across this song and I absolutely love it.

I'll try that again!
Wed 16-May-12
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It's a brilliant song TA, and a really good video as well¦¦.although the fact that the male singer is very good looking and minus clothes is a bit of a distraction from the actual song!! embarassedwhistlelaugh

Actually, I've just realised, having listened to it again, that his voice reminds me a lot of Sting from The Police.

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Wed 16-May-12
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wave  Absolutely brilliant song. I loved it.  Never heard (or seen!!!!  big_laughbig_laugh ) him before.

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Wed 16-May-12
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Hmm, bit slow for me, try this one  ob=av2e

Thu 17-May-12
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Oh I LOVE that one, Janet.....you just HAVE to get up and dance to it. (Erm, not at this time of the morning though!)

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Thu 17-May-12
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danast said:

wave  Absolutely brilliant song. I loved it.  Never heard (or seen!!!!  big_laughbig_laugh ) him before.

 

Have you seen this version....have fallen very hard for the one with the hat....

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Thu 17-May-12
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Very clever

Thu 17-May-12
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wave  Love that version too.  Keep playing both of them!!

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Thu 17-May-12
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wave  Love that version too.  I keep playing both of them!!

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