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I have had this from Mac:

Remember (back in radio days) listening to Edgar Bergen on the radio?

The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: 08/03/1977...Edgar Bergen -Newest Cover Popular Reality TV

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnA2mB9s7ag
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Jokes / The Psychiatrist & The Proctologist
« Last post by Charles Hughes on August 14, 2017, 11:35:41 PM »
Two best friends graduated from medical school at the same time and decided that in spite of their different specialties, they would open a practice together to share office space and personnel.

Dr. Smith was the psychiatrist and Dr. Jones was the proctologist; they put up a sign reading:
Dr. Smith and Dr. Jones: Hysterias and Posteriors.  The town council was livid and insisted they change it.

The docs changed it to read:  Schizoids and Haemorrhoids. 
This was also not acceptable so they again changed the sign to read Catatonics and High Colonics - no  go.

Next they tried Manic Depressives and Anal Retentives thumbs down again.

Then came Minds and Behinds - still no good.  Another attempt resulted in Lost Souls and Butt Holes - unacceptable again!

So they tried Nuts and Butts - no way.  Freaks and Cheeks - still no good.  Loons and Moons forget it. 

Almost at their wit's end, the doctors finally came up with:
Dr. Smith and Dr. Jones - Specializing in Odds and Ends.
Everybody loved it.
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Slide show of some vintage organs, accompanied by 20 mins of Hammond Organ music.  If anybody knows who is playing this please let us know!  This clip is on YouTube so you don't have to be on Facebook to watch it.



This is some of the best organ music I have heard in a long while.  And it's a STEREO recording which makes it great to listen to.  It's also great to be reminded of all those various organs that used to be around in those early days.

Hugh
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Crossword Puzzles .. / ARG Crossword Puzzle 14
« Last post by Robert McMichael on August 08, 2017, 10:36:46 AM »
rearrange the letters below to read the first and last name of an ARG member


NO DENTAL AD

then, insert the first and last names in 32 & 34 (across), of Crossword Puzzle 14.



Puzzle Theme: LADY MEMBERS

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My favourite Duran Duran song
'Save A Prayer Till The Morning After'
Nice n synthy on KORG PA4 Keyboard.

Keep The Music Playing!

https://youtu.be/g9SE3bL2GZg
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Jokes / Weird, or what?
« Last post by Hugh Wallington on July 31, 2017, 10:30:25 PM »
Weird, or what?

After you click on the LINK below, when the guy stops running move your cursor about an inch above his head (you may have to click on 'Allow Adobe Flash Player').

Weird, or what?

http://www.selfcontrolfreak.com/pakken.html

Hugh
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Hi Neville

Hoped you enjoyed the video.

I'm taking no chances with my version..
I'll put it on Soundcloud, audio only!!
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Crossword Puzzles .. / ARG Crossword Puzzle 13
« Last post by Robert McMichael on July 28, 2017, 07:35:58 AM »
rearrange the letters below to read the first and last name of an ARG member

LORD BAYDON
then, insert the first name in 14 across, of Crossword Puzzle 13.


Puzzle Theme:  Disco Family

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Hi All,

Sorry about the delay in replying but I've been rather distracted getting my pre-op for my first knee replacement operation which I am having next month.

The TRX system I bought, from David Harrild at a Blackpool organ Festival, and who has had a significant part in developing the system and the "Elite Registrations" came with two tower monitor style speakers (incorporated bass as well as mid and treble speakers) together with their own amplifer. Overall sound quality was good as all the tyros speakers including the sub woofer were also present.

If I remember correctly, although I never managed to work out how, the bottom "slave" deck (usually a digital piano) can be split. Several of the "Elite Registrations" -- a USB stick inserted in the rear USB port thus leaving the front port free for other USB's, utilised this function. The top Tyros deck can also be split, if needed. No doubt David Harrild would explain how if asked.

The system comes with a plexi glass music stand which raises the music over the screen and brings it forward.

As I said in my earlier posts it was the constant having to pre - programme sounds and the look of the system rather than its capability that made me change back to an organ with tabs.
Allan
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Hi Peter

Look forward to seeing your version - also featuring a female dancer!

Best wishes

Neville
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