Page 50 of 52 FirstFirst ... 404849505152 LastLast
Results 491 to 500 of 513

Thread: Market Watch - week of Sept. 21st 2009

  1. #491

  2. #492

  3. #493

  4. #494
    billhart22 is offline
    Guru
    billhart22's Avatar
    Joined: Dec 2008 Posts: 4,896
    NIte..........this is it! adios!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44kg0IENTPU

  5. #495
    Los Tiburones is offline
    Mentor
    Los Tiburones's Avatar
    Joined: Feb 2009 Location: California Posts: 1,015
    Quote Originally Posted by billhart22 View Post
    It is not a musical composure thing...it is a verbiage thing with disrespect to the establishment. I don't expect anybody to like it.

    I had a great friend, Rick Gilbert...he and I used to entertain women by sing the song "Brown Shoes". We also had a following for Suzie Cream-cheese. Beyond the Absolutely Free album..I though Zappa sucked...so take it from there. Have a Frank Zappa Krappa!

    I hear ya Bill. Long before 'rap' there was Zappa ... Knew some freinds of a friend kind of thing who were all into him. Seemed like two camps: Those who thought Zappa was god and the others that just went ... huh? His kid on the other hand .... Dweezil, he has some chops ... (Not pork! lol)

  6. #496
    Los Tiburones is offline
    Mentor
    Los Tiburones's Avatar
    Joined: Feb 2009 Location: California Posts: 1,015
    Quote Originally Posted by just sirius View Post
    Ribs...hell all meat...best cooked on charcoal with mesquite hardwood mixed...if you can get some mesquite chunks...soak them in water for a couple of hours...then add 2-3 of them to charcoal about 10 minutes before meat goes to grill!

    Damnitt...now I'm hungry


    Sorry Bill...didn't mean to leave you out of the discussion. have you had salmon on a plank...cooked on the grill?
    There you go! That's more the style I go with - Indirect heat on the Weber. Not having a rib-rack I came up with a leaning, Tee Pee style of pitching the racks, held together with skewers. The rub is the key, most of the store bought hasn't been very impressive, usually will make up my own.

  7. #497
    Los Tiburones is offline
    Mentor
    Los Tiburones's Avatar
    Joined: Feb 2009 Location: California Posts: 1,015
    Quote Originally Posted by billhart22 View Post
    Play this before football games! Rock on!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAvj5T5WUl0
    All of those and then some ... Absolutely one of my heroes as well. I did a book report on him in junior high, it's was typically heavy on the plagiarism but even went down to the local drugstore to make copies of pictures for it. Probably the most intensive thing I ever did in school rather than the usual getting it out of the way mentality, I mean it was Jimi!

    I got an "A" on it

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U88KuWxayLg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUCNs...eature=related

  8. #498
    Los Tiburones is offline
    Mentor
    Los Tiburones's Avatar
    Joined: Feb 2009 Location: California Posts: 1,015
    Quote Originally Posted by billhart22 View Post
    From the Motor City, the MC5 and my Sister Anne:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUkNcimCo3k
    Before Motorhead there was ... Lemmy would have to challenge for the worst vocals ever, think he gargled small bit's of glass and gravel to perfect those chords of his ... I remember buying a Motorhead album around the time of the NWOBHM era on some recommendation ... "Ace of Spades" was on it. I got home, put it on and thought, what is this crap?

    Good grief listen to me, I 'm Mr. snob rock critic now ...

  9. #499
    Los Tiburones is offline
    Mentor
    Los Tiburones's Avatar
    Joined: Feb 2009 Location: California Posts: 1,015
    Quote Originally Posted by billhart22 View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqZmtq5LhFo


    I saw this guy and when I did he was playing, My God...and somebody was trying to keep tempo with a tambourine in the audience. He stopped., pointed his finger and screamed, "You rattle that tambourine one more time and I am coming down there and wringing your fcuking neck!" The Seattle Colosseum was them quiet enough to hear a pin drop.
    LOL! Watching this vid. and assuming the same era ... I bet that guy was crapping his pants!

    Bill you remind me so much of my friends older brothers with a lot of these, just that one era jump if you will. They introduced us to a lot of stuff, Tull being a great example.

    Here is a version of one that I couldn't get enough of at the time ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qjfkh7s7rGk

  10. #500
    GoHerdGreg is offline
    Senior Member
    GoHerdGreg's Avatar
    Joined: Mar 2009 Location: WV Posts: 314
    Bill--

    Since you're big on Seattle, I'll suggest a modern-day band from just up the road (Portland) that Jennifer and I recently discovered (via the Margaritaville Channel on Sirius, no less). It's not *rock* per se, but it is really, really good music.

    http://www.pinkmartini.com/home.html

    "Hey Eugene" and "Amado Mio" are beautiful songs. China Forbes (the lead singer) has an incredible voice.

    Maybe it is your thing, maybe it is not. I'm a rocker like everybody else. But Pink Martini just kind of hit that spot in my brain that says "me like". I hope you do, too.

    ---

    As for properly cooking some ribs, I'm stunned nobody has mentioned smoking them (electric or gas, doesn't matter to me). We have an electric smoker. Coat the ribs in olive oil, put 'em in the smoker for 2-3 hours, add wood chips every 30 minutes or so.

    To. Die. For.

    Thanksgiving turkey is also cooked this way, and the relatives swear it's the best they've ever had. Keeps 'em coming back, year after year.

  11. Ad Fairy Senior Member
Page 50 of 52 FirstFirst ... 404849505152 LastLast

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •