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  • Birthday 01/10/1965


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    Born and raised in Norton


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    East Devon


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    rock guitar, Italian cooking, 70s sci-fi


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    IT Support

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  1. Finbar & Eddie Furey Music teacher played them to me/us years ago in a discussion about their unusual phrasing; forgot about them until this week when I stumbled across some of their stuff
  2. To be fair to Macgregor he did a lot of boxing when he was younger. However, I cannot see him laying a glove on Mayweather if the latter is fully prepared and on his game.Mayweather has never been a knock em down boxer so it could go a long way Stopped around the sixth as Macgregor is too knackered to continue..so Mayweather on points But it should not be classed as à pro boxing match...its a fight
  3. John Ogdon - absolutely anything played by him. Wow!!!!
  4. He's taking on Pulis? If it's that Pulev chap he really will have to put more effort into avoiding being hit...he gets hit too often for my liking,
  5. [h=1]Django Reinhardt - amazing guitar player and an amazing story[/h] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Django_Reinhardt
  6. Hate to say it (cos I think he's a twonkl) but I'm also liking what I have heard.
  7. Rush ..spent a fair bit of time this week learning to play The Spirit of Radio. Still not mastered and I doubt that I ever will but did sort out how to play La Villa Strangiato. Geniuses
  8. Ortiz is indeed a big lad with power and reach but not mobile enough to beat Joshua. Although with the power of these guys one punch can win it.
  9. Ah..that sort of duo Actually I remember years ago a band called Sky (serious musicians) doing a single based on it..it is awesome as were Sky https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sky_(band) n 1980, Sky recorded and released their second album, Sky 2 - a double album that built upon its predecessor's success (becoming the tenth highest selling album in Britain that year). The album included Monkman's side-long rock suite "FIFO" (a piece inspired by computer processing, stands for "First In, First Out") and four classical pieces including three established chamber music pieces (played entirely straight) and the band's souped-up electric treatment of Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D Minor". The latter was released as a single (under the name "Toccata") and reached number 5 in the national pop charts, giving the band the opportunity of performing on Top Of The Pops.
  10. Not a duo I have heard of..what have they done?
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