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  1. The story: after a night of heavy drinking, the next morning someone found they’d recorded a song the previous evening but the handwritten title was nearly impossible to read, thus “In The Garden Of Eden” is now forever known as “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida”. The other version is that the singer was so blitzed that another band member misunderstood what he was singing and wrote the title down phonetically. Same basic idea.
  2. Close Sustra. Want to take another shot at it? And for bonus points, give us the story behind it?
  3. Here’s an easy one: What does the title of Iron Butterfly’s 1968 album “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” actually mean? Or more precisely - what was it originally meant to mean?
  4. Although the Painter/Piper/Prisoner was known to the world as Syd Barrett, he was known to his mother as ROGER. Next?
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    CAPTAIN MARVEL review I have to admit that I've become a huge Marvel fanboy. It was a long journey here, as I was (and remain) never a comic book fan. I hated all the WB Batman movies from Tim Burton. I just never really connected with any of that stuff, until I was in an Imax screening of "The Last Man On Earth" a few years ago, and they announced that they were going to play a 7 minute scene from the upcoming "new Batman movie" which had been filmed (partially) using Imax cameras. They then showed the opening scene from "The Dark Knight" from the beginning until the busses are seen driving past the bank. I was amazed! Became a huge fan of the Christopher Nolan series. When it came to Marvel, I just couldn't get interested. I remember seeing Iron Man and thinking it had been fun, but I'd hated the Spiderman movies and the XMen stuff never did anything for me, so I never got interested. Until I saw "The Avengers" on a flight to Japan, and was very impressed. Worked backwards and saw all the rest of the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" movies and, well... that brings us up to date. I had high expectation for Captain Marvel, some of which were met. But the first 80-90 minutes seemed somewhat forced. The "Girl Empowerment" stuff seemed a bit heavy-handed, and the humor was not connecting the way it normally does in a Marvel film. Of course, it could have been the audience I saw it with. Although nearly sold out, the crowd was oddly quiet through the first portion of the film. It DID really come alive in the last 40-50 minutes, once she figures out who she really is and learns about her powers. Ultimately, I think the problem was with the direction. SPOILER ALERT: there's a post-credits scene where we see her stepping in with the rest of the Avengers directly after the ending of Avengers: Infinity War that really brought this home. The entire feel & gravitas of the scene was COMPLETELY different than what I'd just experienced in Captain Marvel. What I think this tells me is that with a better Director in her next adventure, this might be able to return to the same level of magic that most of the MCU has up until now, which was slightly let down during the protracted "origin story" that dominated the first 2/3 of the film. Very excited to go see Avengers: End Game next Friday. And very excited to see what the NEW MCU holds for Captain Marvel!
  6. Ok, you got the easy part the - name of the former band member who inspired the lyrics. Syd Barrett originally named the band after his two favorite blues musicians Pink Anderson and Floyd Council, wrote & sang lead on the bulk of the tracks on the first album, which he named "Piper At The Gates Of Dawn" after a chapter title in one of his favorite books "The Wind In The Willows." But the hard part of the question remains unanswered: what was his real first name?
  7. Many folks know the legendary story of how Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here album was inspired by the former bandleader who devolved into mental illness and was replaced by David Gilmore. This former member turned up - uninvited and unexpected - during the recording sessions after a 10 year absence, and told the guys "I'm here to play my bit". Roger Waters was so moved/distraught/disturbed by the site of his former friend that he went home that night and wrote the lyrics for "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" in homage. Most folks know the legend, and know the name of the former band member. So: Who inspired the lyrics, and what was his real first name?
  8. My money’s literally on Mayor Pete, but now that Uncle Joe is officially in, I think he might be the guy that has the best chance to beat the Orange Menace. And I’ll get behind whoever that person is. They could run Stalin’s corpse against him, and if I thought he could beat Trump he’d have my vote. My worry is that once again Dem’s will find a way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. i don’t think I can survive 4 more years of Trump’s insanity. And worried Democracy cannot either if he wins AND Repubes still hold the Senate. A Dem landslide? Then perhaps Supreme Court packing, rolling back the ridiculous tax policies, shoring up Affordable Care, Medicare, Social Security, and major investments in infrastructure could all be in the cards, along with rescinding/outlawing voter suppression laws & tactics, restoring the Voting Rights Act, getting rid of ALL political gerrymandering by either side, and somehow finding a way to overturn Citizen’s United. That’s where I would like to see us start. The second greatest bonus would be seeing Trump go to prison for tax evasion, money laundering, obstruction, and perhaps even racketeering if it turns out they have him dead to rights with incontrovertible proof of any or all. I think obstruction is a no-brainer.
  9. Stab in the dark: both are descendants of Louis XIV? P.S. - Steely Dan was a band I abhorred in High School. Too jazzy, too “pop”. Now I’m obsessed with them. One of my favorites.
  10. OMG she’s beautiful Dave. And that’s no joke.
  11. Ha ha, you’re killing me! It always seems so much easier when I’m watching the show from my lounger. Probably because the ones that I can’t answer, one of them answers it before I’ve fully thrown in the towel and so I guess I must tell myself that I would’ve figured it out given enough time. Well, now I have enough time, thus no excuses. Didn’t have a clue, as I have always been fairly weak in geography and never would’ve guessed name of the Greek capitol district. Next!
  12. Good thing is that global climate change isn’t real, otherwise we’d be seeing more and more of these weird weather events every year.
  13. Damn...... Jun It is looking amazing. I remember back when she first got her noms, she told me her best friend Cindy had lent her the money. Two of my favorites from the Bangkok scene that’s for sure. Brings back memories. Good to see she’s thriving.
  14. Damn, that’s really a hard one to answer. When I first ventured into the lady boy world, I considered myself 110% straight, and remember wondering why all of you guys talked about watching shemale porn, I just couldn’t get into it. Now, I would say that a good 60 to 70% of the porn I watch is trans with even a bit of gay porn in the mix. I guess I’d still rate myself about 75% straight, although it’s a pretty crooked sort of straight if you know what I mean.
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