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Polytoxics’ The Last Waltz “Dry Your Eyes” 11/21/2012 Ogden Theater, Denver CO.


The 8th Annual Last Waltz Revisited

Polytoxics’ The Last Waltz “Dry Your Eyes” 11/21/2012 Ogden Theater, Denver CO.

Dry Your Eyes
by Neil Diamond -Aaron Rose on vocal

Neil Diamond was next, introducing his “Dry Your Eyes” by saying, “I’m only gonna do one song, but I’m gonna do it good.” Robertson had also produced Diamond’s album Beautiful Noise the same year and co-wrote “Dry Your Eyes,” which during the concert he hailed as a “great song.” In his autobiography, Levon Helm was critical of the inclusion of Diamond, not discerning any musical connection to The Band. Reportedly, when Diamond came off stage he remarked to Dylan, “Follow that,” to which Dylan responded, “What do I have to do, go on stage and fall asleep?”[7]

Van Morrison then performed two songs, a special arrangement of “Tura Lura Lural (That’s an Irish Lullaby)” as a duet with Richard Manuel and his own show-stopper, “Caravan.”

01. Alice’s Restaurant

~Set I~

01. Intro Music
02. Up On Cripple Creek
03. Life Is A Carnival
04. Further On Up the Road
05. Forever Young
06. Mannish Boy
07. Down South In New Orleans
08. Evangeline
09. Mystery Train
10. Rag Mama Rag
11. The Shape I’m In
12. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
13. Atlantic City
14. Caravan
15. The Weight

~Set II~

01. Who Do You Love?
02. This Wheel’s On Fire
03. It Makes No Difference
04. Slippin’ and Slidin’
05. Coyote
06. Stage Fright
07. Dry Your Eyes
08. Get Up Jake
09. Chest Fever
10. Don’t Do It
11. Tura Lura Lurai
12. Baby Let Me Follow You Down
13. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
14. Helpless
15. Ophelia
16. Such A Night
17. I Shall Be Released

Buck Perigo opener – “Alice’s Restaurant”

POLYTOXIC HOUSE BAND:
CR Gruver, piano/organ/vocals
Tori Pater, stunt guitar/vocals

DRUMMERS:
SET I: Andy Clapp, Chris Sheldon
SET II: Tom Piercy, Jake Wolf

BASS PLAYERS:
SET I: Michael “Spanky” McCluer, John Qualley, Brian Adams
SET II: Edwin Hurwitz, “Fleeb” Keith Thomas, Jonathan Meadows

HORN PLAYERS:
Scott Handler, trumpet
Kevin Buchanan, trombone
Darren DeLaup, tuba
Jeremy Wendelin, tenor/soprano saxophone
Paul “Dr. Poz” Cohen, tenor/soprano sax
Pete Wall, tenor/soprano sax

GUEST MUSICIANS:
Buck Perigo – guitar/vocals
Adam Kilgus – guitar/vocals?
Peter Stelling – guitar/vocals
Jessica Goodkin – vocals
Christie “CC” Chambers – vocals
Aaron Rose – vocals
Ted Tilton – keys/vocals
Mike Studeny – harmonica/vocals
Bridget Law – violin?/vocals
Ethan Ice – keys
Micah Guy – vocals
Robbie Peoples – hamonica/vocals
Josh Elioseff – harmonica/vocals
Patrick Latella – guitar
Paul Murin – guitar/vocals
Trevor Jones – guitar/vocals
Damon Wood – guitar
Cheyenne Kowal – vocals
Marcy Baruch – guitar/vocals
Dan Walker – guitar/vocals
Tanya Shylock – vocals
James Dumm – guitar
Zach Daniels – banjo
Miles Guzman – harmonica/vocals
Evan Sitchler – guitar/vocalsr
Dewey Moffit – guitar/vocals
Adam Hill – guitar/vocals

SOUND ENGINEER:
David Tash



Television by Roald Dahl (read by Tom O’Bedlam)


Roald Dahl was an author so he had a vested interest in people reading. Perhaps he changed his mind when his stories were dramatised for TV, and that became a major source of income. (I watched the movie Fantastic Mr Fox on TV and really enjoyed it.)

When all the other kids watch television, is it a good idea to make our kids different? Don’t they have to grow up in the world as it is – not the world as we would like it to be? Didn’t George Bush say he had never read a book?

Of course, school will teach them to read. But that doesn’t give them the habit of reading. Some of my friends don’t read – can’t read, in fact. Although they know what all the words mean, they can’t sustain any interest. Perhaps if we don’t develop the habit of reading before adolescence, we never will. That’s deprivation, so make sure your kids do read a book, now and then.

Some students manage to avoid reading even the set books handed out at school. They read a pr├ęcis of the plot, criticisms etc. but they don’t read the book itself. Worse still, some teachers have never read the literature either, particularly Shakespeare’s plays. They know the plot, the major speeches and a few quotations – because that’s all you need to pass the exams.

We want to bring up our children by providing them with the best of things. We give them basic wooden toys, rather than the gaudy plastic rubbish invented since we were kids.. Smart children find a way around this unwarranted restriction. When we’re not looking they play with the kids next door, who have Barbies, Action Men and the full set of the Get Along Gang.

TV cartoons from:

The most important thing we’ve learned,
So far as children are concerned,
Is never, NEVER, NEVER let
Them near your television set —
Or better still, just don’t install
The idiotic thing at all.
In almost every house we’ve been,
We’ve watched them gaping at the screen.
They loll and slop and lounge about,
And stare until their eyes pop out.
(Last week in someone’s place we saw
A dozen eyeballs on the floor.)
They sit and stare and stare and sit
Until they’re hypnotised by it,
Until they’re absolutely drunk
With all that shocking ghastly junk.
Oh yes, we know it keeps them still,
They don’t climb out the window sill,
They never fight or kick or punch,
They leave you free to cook the lunch
And wash the dishes in the sink —
But did you ever stop to think,
To wonder just exactly what
This does to your beloved tot?
IT ROTS THE SENSE IN THE HEAD!
IT KILLS IMAGINATION DEAD!
IT CLOGS AND CLUTTERS UP THE MIND!
IT MAKES A CHILD SO DULL AND BLIND
HE CAN NO LONGER UNDERSTAND
A FANTASY, A FAIRYLAND!
HIS BRAIN BECOMES AS SOFT AS CHEESE!
HIS POWERS OF THINKING RUST AND FREEZE!
HE CANNOT THINK — HE ONLY SEES!
‘All right!’ you’ll cry. ‘All right!’ you’ll say,
‘But if we take the set away,
What shall we do to entertain
Our darling children? Please explain!’
We’ll answer this by asking you,
‘What used the darling ones to do?
‘How used they keep themselves contented
Before this monster was invented?’
Have you forgotten? Don’t you know?
We’ll say it very loud and slow:
THEY … USED … TO … READ!
They’d READ and READ,
AND READ and READ, and then proceed
To READ some more. Great Scott! Gadzooks!
One half their lives was reading books!
The nursery shelves held books galore!
Books cluttered up the nursery floor!
And in the bedroom, by the bed,
More books were waiting to be read!
Such wondrous, fine, fantastic tales
Of dragons, gypsies, queens, and whales
And treasure isles, and distant shores
Where smugglers rowed with muffled oars,
And pirates wearing purple pants,
And sailing ships and elephants,
And cannibals crouching ’round the pot,
Stirring away at something hot.
(It smells so good, what can it be?
Good gracious, it’s Penelope.)
The younger ones had Beatrix Potter
With Mr. Tod, the dirty rotter,
And Squirrel Nutkin, Pigling Bland,
And Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle and-
Just How The Camel Got His Hump,
And How the Monkey Lost His Rump,
And Mr. Toad, and bless my soul,
There’s Mr. Rat and Mr. Mole-
Oh, books, what books they used to know,
Those children living long ago!
So please, oh please, we beg, we pray,
Go throw your TV set away,
And in its place you can install
A lovely bookshelf on the wall.
Then fill the shelves with lots of books,
Ignoring all the dirty looks,
The screams and yells, the bites and kicks,
And children hitting you with sticks-
Fear not, because we promise you
That, in about a week or two
Of having nothing else to do,
They’ll now begin to feel the need
Of having something to read.
And once they start — oh boy, oh boy!
You watch the slowly growing joy
That fills their hearts.
They’ll grow so keen
They’ll wonder what they’d ever seen
In that ridiculous machine,
That nauseating, foul, unclean,
Repulsive television screen!
And later, each and every kid
Will love you more for what you did.



COD, Black Ops, Call of the Dead, (MP40 ROCKS ISH) (3)


What is going on YouTube, 777Johney here and I’m bringing you some more Call of Duty Black Ops zombies. I’m playing Call of the Dead with my friend Aaron. Now this guy is like my bro and we decided to play some Call of the Dead but we set ourselves a wee challenge using pistol and MP40 only of course pack punch allowed see how far we got. We did amazing lol, well watch the video and see, leave a comment and what round do you think we managed to get up to. It’s not as good as you might think. This is another live Gameplay so I hope you enjoy it my friends. If you have enjoyed the Gameplay it only takes a second to click that like button so please do If you want to see more amazing Gameplay then click that subscribe button, also please comment, share and favourite and the usual rubbish please. Please watch and enjoy the Gameplay and with that 777Johney signing out so Peace out Guys, Peace out.

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LEGO Creator Lighthouse Island 5770 – One Of The Best LEGO Creator 3 in 1 Sets I Have Seen


A beautiful LEGO lighthouse – one of the best LEGO Creator 3 in 1 sets I have seen. An excellent value, highly recommended!! I was fortunate to get this for just $30 on clearance at Wal Mart.

Product Description:
Everything you need for a safe ocean cove is right here; this 3-in-1 lighthouse rebuilds into a sturdy boathouse with a warning light and a cozy seafood restaurant. Use the binoculars as you peer out of the lighthouse for incoming ships. Press the roof to activate the LEGO light brick and turn the handle to rotate the mirror to warn ships lost in the fog. Open the back of the lighthouse to access the stove and ladder. Once the ships are safe, rebuild into a boathouse to dock your motorboat or change into a seafood restaurant with a light-up oven to offer the sailors a warm meal.

Product Features
– 3 models in 1: Rebuilds into a boathouse with lifeboat or a seafood restaurant with fishing boat
– Features light brick, rotating mirror and opening back for easier access
– Includes jetty with motorboat, binoculars, stove, ladder, grill, mini-figure, 2 seagulls and 2 fish
– Packaging text: Rebuilds into a boathouse or a seafood restaurant
– 518 pieces total

About LEGO:
Lego is a line of construction toys manufactured by the Lego Group, a company based in Billund, Denmark. They operate a number of LEGO Stores throughout the world.

Lego has licensed themes from several cartoon and film franchises. These include lego Batman, lego Cars, lego Harry Potter, lego Indiana Jones, lego Pirates of the Caribbean, lego Spider-Man, lego SpongeBob SquarePants, lego Star Wars, lego Duplo, lego Thomas the Tank Engine, and lego Toy Story.

Although some of the licensed themes, such as “Lego Star Wars” and “Lego Indiana Jones”, Captain America, Hulk, Thor, Avengers, Iron Man, “LEGO City”, “LEGO Ninjago”, “Lego Lord of the Rings”, super Heroes, “LEGO Batman”, Superman, Joker, Monster Fighters, Bionicle, Hero Factory, and others have had highly successful sales, Lego has expressed a desire to rely more upon their own characters and classic themes.

Lego has branched out into video games with a number of titles, including Lego Star Wars: The Video Game, Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, and Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga and Lego Indiana Jones, and Lego Batman. Lego Harry Potter: Years 1–4 was released in June 2010. Another game announced is Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues including Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and total remakes of the other movie’s levels was released in 2009. More Lego video games are Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars and “Lego Battles: Ninjago”

Popular search terms for LEGO include lego bricks legos ninjago “batman lego” “lego batman” “lego wars” “star wars lego” “lego star wars” “lego giveaway” “lego ninjago” “lego batman 2” “lego house” “lego city” “lego minecraft” “lego zombies” “lego black ops” “lego war” “legos halo” “lego legos” “star wars” “lego halo” “lego videos” “lego harry potter” “lego spongebob” “starwars lego” “lego spiderman” “lego mario” “lego batman walkthrough” “lego clone wars” “lego wars” “at at lego” “lego at at” “lego lego” “how to” “starwars lego” “lego games” “games lego” “lego star” “lego wars”

LEGO operates five Legoland amusement parks, the original in Billund, Denmark, second in Windsor, England, third in G├╝nzburg, Germany, fourth in Carlsbad, California, and fifth in Winter Haven, Florida. There are also four Legoland Discovery Centers, two in Germany (Duisburg and Berlin), one in Chicago, Illinois, and one in Manchester, UK.



Aaron Dilloway – Chain Shot


2009
hanson records
chain shot
hn207

originally released on throne heap and recorded in 2007, this is an absolutely imposing piece of tape music. one of my favourites from the realm of “noise” if you could call it that, it’s really more of a sound collage. it’s also fucking dramatic and emotional. check it out