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|Concerto (12/12/12 21:02:21)||Reply|
i have a present, audio-cd & making-of-dvd, does anybody wants it (xmas time)?
|Re: Concerto (13/12/12 13:54:58)||Reply|
|Re: Re: Concerto (13/12/12 14:13:49)||Reply|
'many,' if fact, many thanks anyway :)
|Re: Re: Concerto (13/12/12 21:12:28)||Reply|
|Re: Re: Re: Concerto (14/12/12 02:22:05)||Reply|
eac for the rip? how are the levels? do tell :)
been having a wonderful time with offline upsampling & computer playback of all my cds & sacds.
|Re: Re: Re: Re: Concerto (15/12/12 20:56:30)||Reply|
OK, compared to Pratchett's Death, he is pale & boring...
|Scalisto (14/12/12 15:11:50)||Reply|
And who is/was this Jon Lord by the way?
As the "festive" mood start to take of in here too, it is now my turn to give you what only real d.o.m's really do enjoy: a precise GPS point on where to find what is mostly a dead creators' creations graveyard.
|Re: Scalisto (15/12/12 20:32:34)||Reply|
'That was worth a million dollars, seeing Jon, you know, seeing Jon smile'
|Re: Concerto (20/12/12 20:46:04)||Reply|
|Re: Re: Concerto (22/12/12 08:04:49)||Reply|
Personally, I have always tried to somehow keep away from things that I cherish the most, afraid of the possibillity to "stain" them or something..
Some would say that only an "atheist" can be a good believer :)
Again, think it twice.
|Keeping the cake or eating it (22/12/12 13:14:48)||Reply|
Always use the best. If the wear has become bothersome it's time to move on.
There's no end to wonderful music. Some of it even doesn't wear out.
|On the other hand, (22/12/12 15:40:56)||Reply|
|Re: Keeping the cake or eating it (23/12/12 12:27:51)||Reply|
do not disappoint us.
|Re: Re: Re: Concerto (22/12/12 18:18:18)||Reply|
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