Re: CNC machinists and music choices
- From: pyotr filipivich <phamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 06 Sep 2005 09:34:08 GMT
Let the record show that Jon Anderson <janders1957@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote back
on Thu, 01 Sep 2005 16:37:16 -0700 in alt.machines.cnc :
>pyotr filipivich wrote:
> > Okay, I would never have heard "Sweet
>> Home Alabama" sung by "Elvis" otherwise, but ... yoicks.
>Ever listen to Dread Zeppelin? "Elvis" singing rock and roll in a reggae
>style. Pretty cool.
I think I have a tape of that around here someplace. I need to get all
that hooked up in my next digs, and start transferring to MP3s.
>Lesse, tapes and CD's run the gamut. Enya, Creedence Clearwater, Moody
>Blues, Pink Floyd, and a few AC/DC albums.
Oh yeah. Reminds me, I need to cut a CD of Monty Python.
>Got some Neil Diamond, Donovan, Otis Redding, Edgar Meyer, Ray Lynch,
>Booker T, Martha and the Muffins, Jackie DeShannon, Jade Warrior.
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