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RE: How much more has your TT got to give . . .

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:read:  I suggest a truce.

Only if Horlicks, 'Golden age', 'good old days', 'fit & forget'/'plug & play', pipes, slippers, 'gravy-trains', 'bandwagons' and the 1980s are all consigned to the . . . ????

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RE: How much more has your TT got to give . . .

chebby wrote:

Lost Angeles wrote:
:read:  I suggest a truce.

Only if Horlicks, 'Golden age', 'good old days', 'fit & forget'/'plug & play', pipes, slippers, 'gravy-trains', 'bandwagons' and the 1980s are all consigned to the . . . ????

 

So I have to conform . . . towing the 'Chebby party line' . . . I have a life and a view, I am an individual and I will express it.

. . . Takes me back, reminds me of the 'good old days' . . . we would not take the 'party whip' of the day.  I do things my way, which is not wrong, just sometimes different . . . whats wrong with all the nice things that Horlicks, pipe and slippers conjure up?  :type:

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RE: How much more has your TT got to give . . .

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, . . . whats wrong with all the nice things that Horlicks, pipe and slippers conjure up?  :type:

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You are probably younger than me but you sound as if you're off to the retirement home with your box booked.

Get some Led Zep on the TT and open a bottle of Barossa valley.

Country of origin - England not United Kingdom.

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RE: How much more has your TT got to give . . .

Lost Angeles wrote:

CJSF wrote:

 

, . . . whats wrong with all the nice things that Horlicks, pipe and slippers conjure up?  :type:

CJSF

You are probably younger than me but you sound as if you're off to the retirement home with your box booked.

Get some Led Zep on the TT and open a bottle of Barossa valley.

 

Sorry mate, I dont like 'LZ' not my type of music . . . ???? if it is music???? . . . see, that is an opinion to which I am entitled, but I dont force it down anyones throat! I do like Peter Plant with Alison Krouss and 'Raising Sands' . . .

True, I retire in June . . . anyway, what wrong with enjoying relaxing 'pipe and slippers' music. I'm getting a little bit p**d off with being expected to change 'my way' . . . We all a have our own view and way of doing things . . .

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RE: How much more has your TT got to give . . .

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I do like Peter Plant with Alison Krouss . . .

Robert Plant.  Alison Krauss

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RE: How much more has your TT got to give . . .

chebby wrote:

CJSF wrote:
I do like Peter Plant with Alison Krouss . . .

Robert Plant.  Alison Krauss

Yes, they are pretty good as well!

Loads of second hand expensive kit!

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RE: How much more has your TT got to give . . .

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Stop the handbags please, it's other-forumesque.

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CJSF wrote:
I do like Peter Plant with Alison Krouss . . .

Robert Plant.  Alison Krauss

 

My apologies to Robert Plant and Alison Krauss for the incorrect spellings of their names . . . dont alter the fact, Raising Sand is a superbly musical and 'laid back', modern 'pipe and slippers' style album Dance 4

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I'm not sure Robert Plant would enjoy being classed as "pipe and slippers".

Definitety not "pipe and slippers" when he fronted Zep, a group who you claim " if it is music" but who have managed to be one of the biggest album selling groups of all time.

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Lost Angeles wrote:

I'm not sure Robert Plant would enjoy being classed as "pipe and slippers".

Definitety not "pipe and slippers" when he fronted Zep, a group who you claim " if it is music" but who have managed to be one of the biggest album selling groups of all time.

 

Thats fine, to extendand explain the description 'pipe and slippers' . . . to me, it is relaxing and musical, something I could listen to all night, I'm sure Mr Plant would be happy with that. As far as LZ is concerned, I'm expressing a personal view, we are all allowed our own preferences are we not?

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