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  1. this is also the way to the road to red!
  2. YEAR OF MANUFACTURE (1955 THROUGH 1983 ONLY) A = 1955-63* F = 1968 L = 1973 S = 1978 B = 1963-64* G = 1969 M = 1974 T = 1979 C = 1965 H = 1970 N = 1975 U = 1980 D = 1966 J = 1971 P = 1976 W = 1981 E = 1967 K = 1972 R = 1977 X = 1982 Y = 1983
  3. https://www.evolving-science.com/information-communication/acoustics-amphitheaters-00739
  4. that's a tough one if it was a little help with my friends.. Joe Cocker.!
  5. Bell Laboratory's electrostat was something to behold. This enormous bipolar speaker was as big as a door. The diaphragm, which was beginning to rot, was made of a pig intestine that was covered with fine gold leaf to conduct the audio signal. https://www.martinlogan.com/en/electrostatic-loudspeaker-history
  6. When Black Friday comes I'll stand down by the door And catch the gray men when they Dive from the fourteenth floor When Black Friday comes I'll collect everything I'm owed And before my friends find out I'll be on the road When Black Friday falls You know it's got to be Don't let it fall on me When Black Friday comes I'll fly down to Muswellbrook Gonna strike all the big red words From my little black book Gonna do just what I please Gonna wear no socks and shoes With nothing to do but feed All the kangaroos with @Full RangeWhen Black Friday comes I'll be on that hill You know I will When Black Friday comes I'm gonna dig myself a hole Gonna lay down in it 'Til I satisfy my soul Gonna let the world pass by me The Archbishop's gonna sanctify me And if he don't come across I'm gonna let it roll When Black Friday comes I'm gonna stake my claim I'll guess I'll change my name
  7. i have pair of la scalas ... ill take $1500. for them is there white out on those cornwalls lables?
  8. Here you go a forum member willing to sell some grill cloth..
  9. Bob crites for grill cloth https://critesspeakers.com/prices-other_stuff.html Klipsch Speaker Grille Fabric Heritage Black #7. Shipping for 1 yard (36 X 72) is FREE by Priority Mail in the US. One Yard (36 X 72 inch) of Fabric: $105.00 Black #17 Buy Now Cane Buy Now Two Yards (two 36 X72 inch pieces) $210.00 (Contact Me) Fabric for a pair of Klipschorns Two yards (single 36 x 144 inch piece) $190.00 (This price is larger per yard because of the extra labor involved in cutting the material this way. Black #17 Buy Now Cane Buy Now They are worth what someone is willing to buy... your cornwalls don't owe you a dime...since you bought them new... the market or the area in which you live in also determines the price... And your elbow grease is free...
  10. https://www.ebay.com/itm/GRANDMASTER-FLASH-FURIOUS-FIVE-the-message-SUGAR-HILL-12-LP-33-RPM/314234015948?chn=ps&norover=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&mkscid=101&itemid=314234015948&targetid=1263433204694&device=t&googleloc=9005290&campaignid=14859008593&mkgroupid=130497710760&rlsatarget=pla-1263433204694&abcId=9300678&merchantid=6318344&gclid=Cj0KCQiAveebBhD_ARIsAFaAvrGyudMZjj5M7FiDbl62oRzVGXXYy7s_Istqm7OFSIX1iHeTrICzgu4aAn1kEALw_wcB&pageci=e72fba23-a770-430d-88d9-d283ec1667a6&redirect=mobile
  11. not much snow only a dusting .. But it feels like the dead of winter.. it's cold out there Come from the warm weather a week or so ago in the 80s..
  12. Hotel hobbies padding dawns hollow corridors A typewriter cackles out a stream of memories Dryin' out a conscience, evictin' a nightmare Openin' the doors for the dreams to come home We live out lives in private shells Ignore our senses and fool ourselves To thinkin' that out there there's someone else cares Someone to answer all our prayers, all our prayers Are we too far gone, are we so irresponsible? Have we lost our balls or do we just not care? We're terminal cases that keep takin' medicine? Pretendin' the end isn't quite that near We make futile gestures, act to the cameras With our made up faces and PR smiles And when the angel comes down, down to deliver us We'll find out after all, we're only men of straw But everything is still the same Passin' the time and passin' the blame We carry on in the same old way We'll find out we left it too late one day To say, what we meant to say Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the water Those problems seem to arise the ones you never really thought of The feeling you get is similar to somethin' like drownin', hey Out of your mind, you're out of your depth You should have taken soundings Clutchin' at straws We're clutchin' at straws We're clutchin' at straws And if you ever come across us, don't give us your sympathy You can buy us a drink and just shake our hands And you'll recognize by the reflection in our eyes That deep down inside, we're all one and the same We're clutchin' at straws We're still drownin' Clutchin' at straws We're still drownin', yeah Clutchin' at straws, we're clutchin' at straws Still drownin', clutchin' at straws I'm still drownin' We're clutchin' at straws I'm still drownin' We're clutchin' at straws Still drownin' We're clutchin' at straws Still drownin' We're clutchin' at straws Still drownin' We're clutchin' at straws I'm still drownin', drownin' Clutchin' at straws Still drownin' Clutchin' at straws Still drownin' Clutchin' at straws Still drownin' Clutchin' at straws Still drownin' Still, still, still drownin
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