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  posted on 2/13/2007 at 07:17 AM
Feb 13,2007....be-in

a gathering of people for creative expression. Originating in San Fransico's Golden Gate Park, these happenings often involved drugs, theatrical performances, and musics and sometimes took on the appearance of large "dada" art objects. A notable example was the human be-in gathering of the tribes held in the Polo Fields in San Fransisco's Golden Gate Park on January 14,1967.

 

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  posted on 2/13/2007 at 10:06 AM
The Human Be-In was announced on the cover of the first issue of the San Francisco Oracle as "A Gathering of the Tribes for a Human Be-In."



The 'Human Be-In' was a happening in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, the afternoon and evening of January 14, 1967. It was a prelude to San Francisco's Summer of Love, which made the Haight-Ashbury district a household word as the center of an American counterculture and introduced the word 'psychedelic' to suburbia.

 

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  posted on 2/13/2007 at 11:00 AM
Ummmm I will Be-In Yogi's in a few short weeks.. does that count?

 

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  posted on 2/13/2007 at 11:30 AM
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Ummmm I will Be-In Yogi's in a few short weeks.. does that count?




Yes it does and if they turn down the music I will Be-In the seat next to you

 

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  posted on 2/13/2007 at 11:35 AM
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Ummmm I will Be-In Yogi's in a few short weeks.. does that count?


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Yes it does and if they turn down the music I will Be-In the seat next to you



I'll Be-In the seat on the other side of ya !

[Edited on 2/13/2007 by Ayla]

 

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Yes it does and if they turn down the music I will Be-In the seat next to you


Turn DOWN?

The ladies need thier bar dancing motivation

 

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Yes it does and if they turn down the music I will Be-In the seat next to you



I'll Be-In the seat on the other side of ya !

[Edited on 2/13/2007 by Ayla]


 

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Yes it does and if they turn down the music I will Be-In the seat next to you


Turn DOWN?

The ladies need thier bar dancing motivation


Well, then I'll wear my concert ear plugs

 

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  posted on 2/14/2007 at 10:08 AM
Whats the word of the day Ed

KillCupid?

eFFValantines?

HeManWomanHaterz?

 

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Whats the word of the day Ed

KillCupid?

eFFValantines?

HeManWomanHaterz?




[Edited on 2/14/2007 by Ayla]

 

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Feb 14,2007 Tim Buckley (b. Feb 14,1947, Washington, D.C.; d. June 29,1975, Santa Monica, Calif)
White folk and early rock singer songwriter. One of the late folk musicians who influenced many rock musicians into becoming more social and political in their music.

 

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Feb 14,2007 Tim Buckley (b. Feb 14,1947, Washington, D.C.; d. June 29,1975, Santa Monica, Calif)
White folk and early rock singer songwriter. One of the late folk musicians who influenced many rock musicians into becoming more social and political in their music.

 

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Feb 15,2007 Up Front

truthful, straightforward, candid. A term that apeared in our lexicon around 1971. Example:"I'll be up front about this; your aversion to soap and water leaves no chance for our happily ever after."

I Love their examples

 

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Was lucky to see Tim Buckley live in a local club (believe the year was 73) and he ripped it up. RIP Tim.

 

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Up Front

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Example:"I'll be up front about this; your aversion to soap and water leaves no chance for our happily ever after."

I Love their examples




Still use" Up Front" , especially when I'm talking to my 17 year old.

You'd better be up front with me about this, or it's your a$$ on the line !!!

My other "Up Front"

Greggswoman and I were up front dancing our a$$es off at the Honeytribe show in Denver


 

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Up Front
truthful, straightforward, candid. A term that apeared in our lexicon around 1971. Example:"I'll be up front about this; your aversion to soap and water leaves no chance for our happily ever after."
I Love their examples
LMAO - no doubt, dutch! (like Ayla's examples, also!)

 

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Not exactly related, but probably an ad thing trying to exploit the buzz of the real term: "It's what's up front that counts." Was that a cigarette slogan?
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truthful, straightforward, candid.
Interestingly, the more contemporary fronting means basically the opposite of being up front. I guess it stems from putting up a facade.

 

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Feb 16,2007 The Yardbirds

a guitar oriented blues rock band formed in London in 1963, most notable for the musicians who moved through the group and on to do other things. The band was originally called The Most Blueswalling Yardbirds; they recorded with blues legand Sonny Boy Williams and had several hit songs in 1965 and 1966. Their rotating lead guitarists were Anthony "Top" Topham, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy page.

[Edited on 2/16/2007 by dutchoneill]

 

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  posted on 2/16/2007 at 02:34 PM
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The term, "Yardbird" is used in the southern United States as slang for 'chicken' (as in poultry), and it is a slang expression for "prisoner," i.e. one hanging out in the prison yard.
Being a northern gal for most of my life I did not know the yardbird/chicken connection. Believe the 1st song I remember with the Yardbirds was 'For Your Love' and can remember seeing them on Hullabaloo or Shindig.

 

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The term, "Yardbird" is used in the southern United States as slang for 'chicken' (as in poultry), and it is a slang expression for "prisoner," i.e. one hanging out in the prison yard.
Being a northern gal for most of my life I did not know the yardbird/chicken connection. Believe the 1st song I remember with the Yardbirds was 'For Your Love' and can remember seeing them on Hullabaloo or Shindig.




Sounds about right to me, I wonder if those old shows are on DVD?

 

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Sounds about right to me, I wonder if those old shows are on DVD?
I don't know but it would be GREAT if they were! I can remember seeing a lot of excellent music on those shows!

 

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Sounds about right to me, I wonder if those old shows are on DVD?
I don't know but it would be GREAT if they were! I can remember seeing a lot of excellent music on those shows!


http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw/104-0041259-9880716?url=search-alias%3 Ddvd&field-keywords=shindig

 

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Thanks, Dutch!

 

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The band was originally called The Most Blueswalling Yardbirds;
They were just called "most blueswailing" by an emcee (or their manager?) introducing them before a live recording, but it wasn't part of their name, was it, Dutch?
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they recorded with blues legand Sonny Boy Williams
Williamson
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and had several hit songs in 1965 and 1966. Their rotating lead guitarists were Anthony "Top" Topham, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy page.
Something about the word "rotating" makes me want to protest.
Top Topham was with the band only like a couple weeks or something.



The band got established with Eric on guitar for quite a while.
Then Jeff was hired when Eric left.



Keith Relf, vocals, harp; Jim McCarty, drums; Jeff; Chris Dreja, rhythm guitar, then bass; Pagey

Page was hired to play bass at first but soon switched over to dual lead guitar with Jeff.
Then Jeff quit, leaving Pagey as the only guitarist until the Yardbirds fell apart.
Pagey tried to carry on--with all different bandmates--as the New Yardbirds, but then he changed the name to Led Zeppelin.
The "original" Yardbirds have been back together for a few years now, led by McCarty and Dreja.
http://www.yardbirds.us/home.html

 

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The band was originally called The Most Blueswalling Yardbirds;
They were just called "most blueswailing" by an emcee (or their manager?) introducing them before a live recording, but it wasn't part of their name, was it, Dutch?
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they recorded with blues legand Sonny Boy Williams
Williamson
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and had several hit songs in 1965 and 1966. Their rotating lead guitarists were Anthony "Top" Topham, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy page.
Something about the word "rotating" makes me want to protest.
Top Topham was with the band only like a couple weeks or something.



The band got established with Eric on guitar for quite a while.
Then Jeff was hired when Eric left.



Keith Relf, vocals, harp; Jim McCarty, drums; Jeff; Chris Dreja, rhythm guitar, then bass; Pagey

Page was hired to play bass at first but soon switched over to dual lead guitar with Jeff.
Then Jeff quit, leaving Pagey as the only guitarist until the Yardbirds fell apart.
Pagey tried to carry on--with all different bandmates--as the New Yardbirds, but then he changed the name to Led Zeppelin.
The "original" Yardbirds have been back together for a few years now, led by McCarty and Dreja.
http://www.yardbirds.us/home.html


Ya know Peter, when I was typing out the daily today, when I go to Sonny Boy, I typed Willamson, then saw that the calendar said Williams, so I fixed it...my bad.

 

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