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Ceiling Fan

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  1. I wondered when the social media numpties would be getting their wires crossed in their rush to post tributes. One of the last of his kind, so many artists and bands owe their careers to the likes of BB King and all the other blues greats. They were pioneers. Will not see the like of them again.
  2. Dave Hallam at The Guitar Cellar in Dinnington is someone who could do this for you. I don't usually recommend people as one persons expectations of a job may be not be anothers but in this instance I would have no problem in doing so. Details below: http://djhguitars.com
  3. A few here : The Beatles - Revolver or Rubber Soul The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland The Who - Quadrophenia Love - Forever Changes Michael Head and The Strands - The Magical World of The Strands (if you like Love/Stone Roses/The Byrds/Nick Drake etc, this is for you - not very well known but most people who hear it love it) Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left
  4. You can't really go wrong with any of the Bruce Lee movies (apart from Game of Death which is rubbish). Not all of those are the obvious ones and are definitely not for everyone but these are my favourites. King Boxer (first mainstream pre-Bruce Lee martial arts move) The One Armed Boxer (not as bad as it sounds - interesting..) Exit The Dragon, Enter The Tiger (one of the more successful Bruceploitation movies) Soul Brothers Of Kung Fu (very much of its time but some great fight choreography) Return To The 36th Chamber (see a monk build a shaolin temple with his bear hands) The Iron Dragon Strikes Back (really dark kung fu film with for once some decent acting) Bruce Lee Superstar (out of the many films that claim to be based on the life of Bruce Lee, this one is not too bad)
  5. Mod Note: Please use the For Sale section of the classifieds. Please make sure to include proof of the ticket price as well. Closing.
  6. He walks away from the cliff at the start of it before the film credits. Only a 30 second sequence. Much like the album, you could have your own ending to it.
  7. The film begins with Jimmy walking away from the cliff edge - pre credits. Then the film goes on to tell the story that leads up to the cliff scene at the end of the film. The album is a lot deeper and the ending is a lot more complex than the one in the film. Both film and album are classics.
  8. Try: Evolution Print, Tel: 0114 2493000 Contact Graham Congreve.
  9. I go to the Guitar Cellar in Dinnington. I live in S2 and it's a bit of a trek for me but as you live in Beighton its closer for you. Dave Hallam is a great teacher and he does either private tuition or a mixed class where you can learn the basics every week in a 40 minute session. He is great with kids as well and makes something that could be hard for people to grasp relatively easy. http://www.djhguitars.com/ 01909 564653
  10. I've gone for 2,000 Man. Think that period of 1966 - 1967 stones is vastly underrated. The albums "Aftermath", "Between The Buttons" and "Their Satanic Majesties Request" are not what most people would define as "classic" stones but some great tracks buried in those 3 albums. Also their single "We Love You" (with "Dandelion") on the flip side is probably their most underrated single.
  11. With any luck the "team" have been kidnapped, put inside cannons and fired at the sun.
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