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  1. Old Friends/Bookends - Simon & Garfunkel (Bookends album) 1968
  2. A Friend Is A Friend - Pete Townshend (The Iron Man: A Musical album) 1989
  3. Perhaps the woman should have her eyes examined, as she probably just needs new glasses.
  4. Tie Your Mother Down - Queen (A Day At The Races album) 1976
  5. Looks like a chiropractors dream. Gonna need more than a few adjustments to straighten out those necks.
  6. You Don't Know You're Born - Mark Knopfler (The Ragpicker's Dream album) 2002 His guitar work from 3:07 to the end at 5:18 is the highlight of the entire album.
  7. Born To Be With You - Chordettes (This Don Robinson song was released as a single with "Love Never Changes" on the "B" side.) 1956
  8. That's funny, that's what my wife always tells me is my problem. Maybe we're related somehow.
  9. Perhaps a spike or two on that armored tail?
  10. Always With Me, Always With You - Joe Satriani (Surfing With The Alien album) 1987 Always thought this was a cool album cover. (That's the Silver Surfer of Marvel Comic fame.)
  11. Friend Of The Devil - Grateful Dead (American Beauty album) 1970 This song is among the best known songs written by the Grateful Dead. I have it on "The Best Of Skeletons From The Closet".
  12. Foolish Heart - The Mavericks (Music For All Occasions album) 1995 This was the country music bands fourth studio album and the song was used on the soundtrack of the "From Dusk To Dawn" film. That Quentin Tarantino film was described as a "pulpy crime drama/vampire film hybrid". Surprisingly enough, the cast included quite a few well known celebrities including Tarantino, George Clooney, Harvey Keitel, Cheech Marin, Michael Parks, Salma Hayek, Fred Williamson, and John Saxon. It met with mixed reviews, but was a box office hit (grossing $59 million) that soon bec
  13. Buckets Of Rain - Bob Dylan (Blood On The Tracks album) 1975 This was included on the film soundtrack for "Wonder Boys".
  14. Rainy Day People - Gordon Lightfoot (Cold On The Shoulder album) 1975
  15. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Leon Russell (Leon Russell And The Shelter People album) 1971 Written by Bob Dylan in 1962 and included on his 1963 album "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan", it was then recorded by dozens of other artists including Leon's version for the soundtrack for the film "Remember The Titans".
  16. Pencil Thin Mustache - Jimmy Buffett (Living And Dying in 3/4 Time album) 1974 This is one of those songs that only makes sense to people old enough to remember. (Not me of course!) Now they make new movies in old black and white With happy endings, where nobody fights So if you find yourself in that nostalgic rage Honey, jump right up and show your age I wish I had a pencil thin mustache The "Boston Blackie" kind A two toned Ricky Ricardo jacket And an autographed picture of Andy Devine I remember bein' buck-toothed and
  17. A Worm's Life - Crash Test Dummies (A Worm's Life album) 1996 The bands sound is easily recognizable due to the fact that the lead singer, Brad Roberts, sings in the bass-baritone range.
  18. Games Without Frontiers - Peter Gabriel (Peter Gabriel (Melt) album) 1980 I have it on Shaking The Tree: 16 Golden Greats.
  19. Good Times Bad Times - Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin I album) 1969 How's that for a match?
  20. Good Times - Love (Four Sail album) 1969
  21. Almost 1 1/2 weeks after my final dose of the Covid vaccine and I had a slight side effect of dizziness this morning that lasted for about 8 hours. Apparently a delay in reaction is fairly common.
  22. Looks like the Nazis were more interested in using their destroyers for mine laying than destroying subs from the looks of those tracks loaded with so many mines. I suppose the fact that their navy was 95% submarines, they weren't to worried about having to go hunting for allied subs.
  23. On this photo the grain doesn't seem to be all that critical since these all just seem to have the grain running vertically. As far as mass production goes, they can just be shaped with overly thick legs and the angle could be easily modified with a belt or disc sander for the ones that didn't match. If you look at posting #39 and #41 in my Wanderer build log, you can see how mine were made. In my build the angle was 90 degrees, but as I said they could have been just as easily modified with the sander.
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