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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by all4blues, Aug 22, 2014.
At 56 this is still one of my favorite concerts i saw at the music farm!
Right on! the guitars hit and the semi grunge sound pulls it together. great post!
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Are you my uncle?
At one point, his personal album collection was over 6000 records. Last time I asked, he was hovering around 3000. He used to own Georgetown Record and Tape Exchange it DC (renamed to Orpheus Records at some point). They closed down in the late 90s and he does independent record shows in the southeast. He's living in South Carolina now.
Too funny Holmes. Apparently there are at least two hopeless vinylists in SC.
With that type of collection, I would gladly spend a few days rooting around in your Uncle’s lp’s. Is he by any chance associated with “The Glam Pa’s”?
On the other hand’ if your name is Max and you are engaged (to my niece who lives in CA) then we may soon be family…
Perhaps I am your Third Uncle?
LOL! I've never been Max anything, let alone in name.
I recently married a SoCal girl, so I don't think we are going to be blood brother or any level of uncle.
Here is my Uncle's business website
He and I haven't talked in about a year and a half. We had some super ugly family drama when my daughter graduated from South Carolina that splintered us. Time may heal that, but we'll have to wait and see.
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