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SvZ Bandana

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  1. Again, a poor offering from me - only have the 2008-03-31 show you're looking for. I do have other versions of some you are looking for, but not the versions you have specified. Uploading now. Here you go: 2008-03-31 GM Place, Vancouver BC. Magic Energy In Vancouver (Ev2 DB) https://mega.nz/folder/ZLRDUYBD#czWGBnRvLJHT5Reo4BHulg
  2. Pretty poor offering from me, but I only have the 2006-06-11 St Paul show. Uploading now. I'd welcome the others if anyone is kind enough to upload - I'm a big fan of the Seeger shows. Here you go: 2006-06-11 St. Paul MN Xcel Arena JB https://mega.nz/folder/IKhCXBBB#XFaIcbugKECoCYsXOc5fAQ
  3. And I'll do the Sao Paulo show. Hang on. Okay, here you go @E Street nation - FLAC, artwork and lots of photos: 2013-09-18 Sao Paulo Brazil - Espaço Das Américas (Roberto Version) https://mega.nz/folder/saQHUCrI#VzQdR4n1iIuF7Z56JcgOMw
  4. Sorry, @sunshine2020, but isn't this a little churlish? A few posts ago you were thanking @Aido for the post. Okay, perhaps not a post that meets your usual high standards (and they are, I accept, very high!!! ), but at least they are trying.
  5. Here you go: 1993-04-23 Flanders_Expo,_Ghent,_Belgium_[The_Buffalo_Devil_Hits_the_Expo_(Doberman_Records] https://mega.nz/folder/kPxm3DLK#ogIL7bUukzHA5DTnDKVsNg
  6. Hi I don't have the 1975 show, but uploading the 1993-04-23 now - hang on
  7. Sorry for interfering in the game. Won't happen again.
  8. Oh.... too many to choose from..... How about this one? Great recording of a great show, with Danny "giving it laldy" (as we would say in Glasgow): 1975-02-05 Bryn Mawr, PA - Main Point Night (Crystal Cat Records) https://mega.nz/folder/MTRUSLQa#a9YWgO5hEad_AmRBYjE0-g
  9. Your last one there seems to be mislabeled - should be 2000-03-06, I think.
  10. D'oh! I KNEW I was going to lose track. Uploading some Nov 78 now! UPDATE - stopped uploading as requested by @sunshine2020
  11. So, having pretty much exhausted the Darkness (I think), I thought it might be time to move on to the River... Here're some shows from the first half of October 1980 for starters: 1980-10-03 Ann Arbor (JEMS Master) https://mega.nz/folder/4WxH3QQQ#EsWrgcbl8r3nR0jzB0vPUg 1980-10-04 Cincinnati, OH (Tape Transfer) https://mega.nz/folder/RSBWTZxS#sT76WJOOHtsTpkiqrqpIKg 1980-10-06 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH https://mega.nz/folder/VaQm0TSB#Gn0dt6SL9ruqneWiug3R8g 1980-10-07 Richfield, OH (River Flood) (Ivan) https://mega.nz/folder/gX5lVCSb#2A0KoKk0OdicP41apEuCcA 1980-10-09 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (Earlmv) https://mega.nz/folder/BK41QAQY#gfgRRm6zo8l2M4-87ADQ7g 1980-10-09 Detroit, MI - Quarter to Three in Detroit (Earlmv Edit Version 2) https://mega.nz/folder/kHBQnb6L#FY1NMTdit9Fm1GgF_VOSHg 1980-10-10 Chicago, IL - I'm In Love Again (Earlmv Edit) https://mega.nz/folder/ETZiBRZI#w1gEFbsDqr4eilUUAK8HXA 1980-10-11 Chicago, IL (1st Gen DS Archives Volume One) https://mega.nz/folder/BWIWxTxa#Z7RQBlkiR7SIHMMQ2w1G7A 1980-10-13 Saint Paul MN Who Needs a River When You Have 10,000 Lakes https://mega.nz/folder/VX4DnajY#CXd3WnJZGeriY91lHz7GPw 1980-10-14 Milwaukee, WI (Bosstrade Transfer) https://mega.nz/folder/9HYwxDaL#AP0ZOIbay87NSrvlN2u7nQ
  12. 11 hours between posts! That must be a record, surely?!?
  13. Thanks for this. I know that Seeger shows are not awfully popular with many on this thread, but I love them! Saw three shows on that tour and they were fantastic. Thanks again.
  14. thanks - i only asked for it because there was an icon showing that there was a recording of it; didn't occur to me to drill down further. Will certainly do that in future.
  15. I have a couple of requests which I'd appreciate if anyone has and can upload. I have checked BB and these are not commercial releases and they don't appear on this site (well, not with active links anyway: 1979-01-01 - RICHFIELD COLISEUM, RICHFIELD, OH 1979-06-03 - WHISKY A GO GO, WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA Thanks!
  16. 33 miles long, 13 miles wide. Land area totals 572 square kilometres. Population is about 82,000. To put in context, Guernsey is 65 square kilometres, pop. 64,000 and Jersey is 120 sq km, pop 98,000. Staten Island, NY, is 152 sq km, pop 475,000. We have lots of space! Another thing that is popular is the fact that, outside the towns/villages, there are no speed limits on the roads, so the Ferraris, Lambos etc can get a good workout. Back in the days when Jeremy Clarkson was on Top Gear, they used to film a lot here for that reason. Clarkson even owned the lighthouse and cottages that I can see across the bay from my bedroom window. Think his ex-wife got them in the divorce settlement. Used to see him on the roads a lot, particularly when he had his distinctive Ford GT40 which he kept here. Oh, and to answer one of @sunshine2020's questions, yes, very fast internet available; that was one of the reasons PokerStars was headquartered here (as are lots of e-gaming companies). I'm too tight to pay for fibre, but, even so, I get about 50M down, 20M up consistently, with higher speeds off peak. Brought to you by visitisleofman.com ....
  17. Finances don't hurt either - No corporation tax, very low personal income tax (max rate 20%, cap of £200,000 on amount of income tax that anyone pays (even the island's billionaires)), no capital gains tax, no inheritance tax. Lots of very wealthy folks move here!
  18. Yes, you're not the first to tell me that. I think I must have a very adaptable face as I've been told, since my teens, that I've looked like Andrew Ridgley (Wham!), Fran Healey (Travis), even Sylvester Stallone. I'm probably just pretty non-descript so sorta kinda fit many people a little bit.
  19. Island living is great. We lived in Grand Cayman for 4 years and, although the weather was great, there was very little to do really (other than drink rum and go for weekend trips to USA, Cuba, Mexico etc) and the island was tiny. Isle of Man, on the other hand, has lots of culture - the oldest continuous parliament in the world (Tynwald - sitting continuously since the 900's), lots of museums, TT races (and other motorcycle road races through the summer), cycling (e.g. 2 Olympic gold medallists from here), football (Kieran Tierney, formerly of Celtic and now Arsenal is from here), great restaurants with brilliant produce and meat, and, probably above all, music, music, music! As we're really close to UK and Ireland, we get a load of great artists playing here, with our biggest indoor venue holding <2000. In the last few/ten years, I've seen Robert Plant, Ray Davies, Elton John, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper and loads more. There's always live music in most of the towns and villages every night. Just as a little example, my village (population about 800) has a newsagent, a co-op shop, a post office, a pharmacy and a used record shop! Successful musicians that are from here or have lived here long term include the BeeGees, Rick Wakeman (signed copies of whose albums are easy to pick up here because he used to pay for pints in Castletown by signing peoples' records), Mel Collins (King Crimson, Camel saxophone). From my village is a brilliant blues guitarist, Davy Knowles, who I watched from when he was 16 and playing in the pub. He now lives in Chicago and has toured with. among others, Buddy Guy, Chickenfoot (supergroup with Sammy Hagar, Joe Satriani, Michael Anthony etc), Joe Bonamassa, Peter Frampton etc. There's lots of footage on youtube of him duelling with Satriani, jamming with Bonamassaa, jamming with Satriani and Sonny Landreth etc etc. If you're at all inclined to blues, check him out (his own website davyknowles.com has lots of audio/video stuff on it too). This message sounds like I am from the Isle of Man tourism board. I'm not :-)
  20. Heathrow, Gatwick or London City. There's also London Stanstead, but those flights are less frequent (only 2 a week, I think). My preferred route is London City - much smaller airport, so less queuing, and DLR connects to tube network and can be in central London within about 30 mins of landing; much quicker than from Heathrow or Gatwick. Feels like forever since I've been off the rock though! Going a bit stir crazy TBH. Since last March I've only been off the island once - when Guernsey and IOM were both covid free and we holidayed on each other's islands!
  21. Hah! What protects my home?! Being built in 1890 with stone walls that are about 70cm thick! We're getting blasted by 70mph winds at the moment and you really wouldn't know, other than I can hear the waves crashing against the rocks. Ferry ride from Heysham in Lancashire is about 3.5hours. To and from Liverpool is a bit quicker and, in the summer, with calmer seas, the catamaran ferry does the Liverpool route in about 2.5/2.75 hours. We usually just go for the longer route, because the bigger ferry has cabins. In normal times there are plenty of flights to London, Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Dublin, Belfast etc. For example, only about an hour/75mins to London City airport, 3 times a day, so I very often go to London for meetings and can be back before dinner, or later if I want to have longer in London. 25/30 mins to Dublin, Manchester and Liverpool, so plenty of people commute.
  22. I don't fish, but do eat a lot of it. The Port St Mary harbour is about 200 yards from my front door, so we get very fresh fish! I do play golf (badly - playing to about 15 nowadays). We have 9 golf courses on the island and I live beside one of them. I could easily throw a ball from my rear driveway onto the first fairway. Which would be just as well, as I rarely spend much time on the fairways when I am actually playing... The first tee is about 50 yards from my back door and the club house a further 50 yards from that.
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