Re: Today's cigar
- From: Ken Dixon <nsvmiami@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 00:12:07 -0400
Bob Borgeson wrote:
On Thu, 16 Apr 2009 22:54:15 -0400, Ken Dixon wrote:
Bob Borgeson wrote:On Thu, 16 Apr 2009 19:36:55 -0400, Ken Dixon wrote:Cool, don't run into too many Fairport fans. How 'bout Renaissance?
marklaw wrote:Love Tull... and Fairport Covention as well. Both great live bands.On Apr 16, 3:21 pm, Ken Dixon <nsvmi...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Thick As A Brick. I never heard a Tull album I didn't like.After a long day in the office I decided to go for a long walk so IFunny, I was listening to Living In The Past on the way to work today,
grabbed a Rocky Patel Vintage 1999 Connecticut toro and the ipod.
With Jethro Tull blasting and cigar lit I took off into the afternoon heat.
Great music, OK cigar.
I'm not a big fan of Connecticut wrappers but the cigar was well made
and a decent smoke. A straight ahead, uncomplicated smoke. Not something
I would normally buy, this was a freebie from a RP event last year so no
Ken in Miami
smoking a Partagas Purito. Which Tull were you listening to?
Never got into Renaissance. Actually, we were supposed to have them for a
student concert once but they canceled at the last minute because their
lead singer (female) got sick. I spent quite a while talking with the
keyboardist for their warmup act, Caravan. Exciting stuff for a college
Caravan, there's a band I haven't heard in years. Loved em. Hard to imagine Caravan as a warm up band.
Oddly enough I still have lp's from all these bands.
Those of you who are upset with this thread getting jacked are welcome to drag it back on topic.
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