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jimba009

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11 lb 2-row pale ale
1 lb vienna
1.5 lb 120/80 crystal mix

1 oz warrior 60
1 oz centennial 20
1 oz centennial 10
1 oz centennial flame out

1 or 2 oz centennial dryhop

What do you folks think? ;)
 
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Name is coming from what I am listening to right now. Maybe i should use MO for the english influence?
 

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Sorry about this Jimba, real answers will surely follow if we keep bumping this. :)







....in...........One, two, Free Four! seconds
 
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I am going to try to do this during The Wall and Darkside. There are better albums, but that is all I have on vinyl right now.
 

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Nice Floyd reference.. thats where my username comes from.

Syd138 as in Syd Barrett
 

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I thought the boilover happened at:
Riding on the biggest wave
You race toward an early grave.


And you start yelling:
You...
F*&#ed up, old hag!


That didn't really fit but we needed some Animals in here.:)
 

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I thought the boilover happened at:
Riding on the biggest wave
You race toward an early grave.

And you start yelling:
You...
F*&#ed up, old hag!

That didn't really fit but we needed some Animals in here.:)
I saw the Animals tour at the Olympic Stadium in Munich in the late 70s...

...just another sad old man, all alone and dying of cancer...er..er..er...
 

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I saw the Animals tour at the Olympic Stadium in Munich in the late 70s...

...just another sad old man, all alone and dying of cancer...er..er..er...
Great album, I need more floyd bootlegs, I'll look for this one.

I'm working on a new recipe "a saucer full of secrect.... wort" or maybe "wish you where beer" ;)
 

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Great album, I need more floyd bootlegs, I'll look for this one.

Ive got a few from '77.. honestly not that great pretty much every show after '72 is pretty poor quality.. a lot of audience noise.. obnoxious fans yelling etc.

The best live Floyd is '70-'72 I have a ton of shows from that era.
 

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Ive got a few from '77.. honestly not that great pretty much every show after '72 is pretty poor quality.. a lot of audience noise.. obnoxious fans yelling etc.

The best live Floyd is '70-'72 I have a ton of shows from that era.
I agree, I have a taste of recordings ranging from early to late. I can tolerate a rough 77 though. Theres are a lot of nice Floyd stuff out there. I was listening to a soundboard recording on the way to work from 1994 that sounds :ban: Got it from the site I linked there.

Also, if you like Animals, check out Les Claypools
COLONEL LES CLAYPOOL'S FEARLESS FLYING FROG BRIGADE - Live Frogs Set 2. Kicks butt.
 

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I saw the Animals tour at the Olympic Stadium in Munich in the late 70s...
:rockin:
...just another sad old man, all alone and dying of cancer...er..er..er...
That may be my favorite one of all. There is a good version of that on Waters' In the Flesh DVD...of course not the real band though.
 

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That may be my favorite one of all. There is a good version of that on Waters' In the Flesh DVD...of course not the real band though.
My "Floyd" DVDs include:

Pulse
The Wall
The Dark Side of the Moon
Live at Pompeii
The Pink FLoyd and Syd Barrett Story
Roger Waters - In the Flesh
David Gilmour - In Concert
David Gilmour - Live at the Royal Albert Hall...:mug:
 
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