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  1. dirtmudd

    Peter Tork passes at 77

    Or like the who or the two ...as they are now known.
  2. dirtmudd

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

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    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    Saratoga and coffee... Must be a thing... Oh, you had me several years ago When I was still naive Well, you said that we made such a pretty pair And that you would never leave But you gave away the things you loved And one of them was me I had some dreams, they were clouds in my coffee Clouds in my coffee, and You're so vain You probably think this song is about you You're so vain, you're so vain I'll bet you think this song is about you Don't you? Don't you? Well I hear you went to Saratoga And your horse, naturally, won Then you flew your Learjet up to Nova Scotia To see the total eclipse of the sun https://spac.org n early February 1961, Albany newspaperman Duane La Fleche noted a wire service report about a group hoping to entice the New York Philharmonic to make Stowe, Vermont its summer residence. La Fleche proposed that the group stay in New York State and perform in Saratoga Springs. Local civic, cultural, and legislative leaders, who had previously considered a Saratoga Arts Center an interesting possibility, began to design the facility. Within a week, they held their first meeting; within a month they were focusing on Saratoga Spa State Park as the site, had won the support of State Conservation Commissioner Harold Wilm, and began discussions with both the New York Philharmonic and New York City Ballet. By summer 1963, contributions from Rockefeller Brothers Fund and New York State supplemented community support to create Saratoga Performing Arts Center. In June 1964, Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller mounted a bulldozer to break the first yard of ground. More than 410 workdays followed: 300 workers clocked 136,000 hours to complete the 5,103-seat, 10-story amphitheater (original layout of the venue did not include a festival lawn; the lawn, which holds 20,000, was added later).[1] Harry Belafonte was the first non-classical performer to perform at SPAC, in 1967. Then on September 1, 1968 The Doors gave a performance at SPAC,[2] which began a tradition of bringing top pop and rock acts to the amphitheater including Jackson Browne (who recorded "Rosie" backstage in 1977), Whitney Houston (who filmed her televised MTV VMA performance of "I Wanna Dance With Somebody", as well as the official music video for "Didn't We Almost Have It All" on stage in 1987). The Pretenders, Santana, Tina Turner, Guns N' Roses, Coldplay, Aretha Franklin, O.A.R., Rush, Demi Lovato, KISS, Dave Matthews Band, Kings of Leon, blink-182, Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Aerosmith, Toby Keith, Train, Maroon 5, Britney Spears, Ray LaMontagne, Prince, Missy Elliott, Pearl Jam, Jay-Z, Phish, Bruce Springsteen, Pink Floyd, Avril Lavigne, John Mayer, Nicki Minaj, Sheryl Crow, 50 Cent, Paul Simon, Selena Gomez, Tom Petty, Drake, The Cars, Snoop Dogg, The B-52's, Def Leppard, The Black Eyed Peas, Ray Charles, Dire Straits, Christina Aguilera, The Beach Boys, 5 Seconds of Summer, Foreigner, Heart, Alter Bridge, Journey, Wiz Khalifa, John Mellencamp, Elton John, Justin Bieber, Janet Jackson, and The Grateful Dead (1983 being considered one of their classics). Farm Aid was held here in 2013. Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp, Neil Young, and Willie Nelson headlined. Past presidents of SPAC include Margaretta "Happy" Rockefeller and Lillian Bostwick Phipps. Currently, the President of the non-profit corporation also acts as the executive director. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saratoga_Performing_Arts_Center https://saratogacasino.com RACING Our 78th season of Live Racing kicks-off this month! Still known to many as the Saratoga Harness track, today people can view live races outside at the rail, in the lower clubhouse, in the Grandstand or while dining at Lucky Joe’s. In addition, our guests can watch and wager on live racing in New York or from tracks around the country, year-round, on one of the many TV’s located in our Mezzanine.
  4. dirtmudd

    Are these legit bottoms?

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    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    Girls where all over the place...young and old...all driving little econonboxes.... Saratoga is out of season.... And hot locals were coming out of the woodwork... i was rubbernecking and doing double takes....
  6. dirtmudd

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    I was jonesing for my afternoon coffee... And that fit the bill !
  7. dirtmudd

    More Gender Angst

    Jumped on the nys thurway earlier today... The toll booth operator. He had purple nail polish on... Me and Gia had to laugh...
  8. dirtmudd

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    Past by your home town twice ... i should stop at the sandwich shop there... But the weather was going to turn to crap...
  9. dirtmudd

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    John your absolutely correct... Underrated over looked....ultra sleazy Hard hitting... Album
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Take a walk in the warm New England sun Ain't no time to look for clues You get the point from Uncle Sam's loaded gun Who be the hand that light the fuse, ah Take a look, take a look at my old billy goat He used to raise all kinds of hell He took a dose of radiation dope Back in the barn is where he fell, like hell Lucy, chromosone Lucy, superdome What makes you think you patronizin' my old friends After you ride in my car, car What do you do when your oil's mexican OPEC boys, you went too far, to faar Lucy, chromosone Lucy, superdome Lucy, papadum Lucy, sing the song , dig it up (Ah), leave it up (Ah), dig it up (Ah), leave it up Look out! I met a babe in a backseat drive-in Back in the saddle she'd sit Pulled on the reins just to keep me risin' She loved to chomp at the bit Daddy do it, ooh, just do it Daddy do it, please let me see Do it, please just do it daddy Do it, do it, drivin' me crazy She always walks with her eyes down on her bootlace She lives to give it away She don't believe in the right time or the wrong place She's always liable to say Looser than her sister (Cheese cake) Mmm, her sugar gets me high She knows I can't resist her (cheese cake) Got my fingers in her pie (cheese cake) Sneakin' out the back door (Cheese cake) Rollin' down the lawn Everybody's kissed her (cheese cake) At the crack of dawn (cheese cake)
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

  12. dirtmudd

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Yes sir, no sir Don't come close to my Home sweet home Can't catch no dose Of my hot tail poon-tang sweatheart Sweathog ready to make a silk purse From a J Paul Getty and his ear With a face in a beer Home sweet home Get out in the field, Put the mule in the stable Ma, she's a cookin' Put the eats on the table Hate's in the city and my love's in the meadow Hand's on the plow and my feet's in the ghetto
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning