24 Mar 2008 16:48:28
song "Windsurfer", circa 1988, by Roy Orbison

Has anybody else also really enjoyed the song "windsurfer", circa
1988, by Roy Orbison,


24 Mar 2008 17:26:18
wtrplnet
Re: song "Windsurfer", circa 1988, by Roy Orbison


<AllyCuthbert@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:b97ee4fe-2333-452b-ad6a-73c324683e88@s12g2000prg.googlegroups.com...
> Has anybody else also really enjoyed the song "windsurfer", circa
> 1988, by Roy Orbison,

I have it. It isn't an example of his best work. The only thing notable
about it is that it's on his last album.

/)_



26 Mar 2008 03:41:29
marc rosen
Re: song "Windsurfer", circa 1988, by Roy Orbison

On Mar 24, 7:48=A0pm, AllyCuthb...@gmail.com wrote:
> Has anybody else also really enjoyed the song "windsurfer", circa
> 1988, by Roy Orbison,

No, but I enjoy listening to "Anyway the Wind Blows" by the Mothers of
Invention. (ca. 1966, Freak Out album )
Marc


26 Mar 2008 15:40:31
Steve Elliott
Re: song "Windsurfer", circa 1988, by Roy Orbison

A Classic! I still listen to that today. Way ahead of it's time.

"Trouble Comin' Every Day" - the first rap song. Has some great reflection
on the media that echoes even today.

My favorite is "Who are the Brain Police?"

Steve

marc rosen <duckbite@qis.net > wrote in news:83518b1c-a82b-4ef0-83c6-
600c42d6c7ca@s37g2000prg.googlegroups.com:

> On Mar 24, 7:48 pm, AllyCuthb...@gmail.com wrote:
>> Has anybody else also really enjoyed the song "windsurfer", circa
>> 1988, by Roy Orbison,
>
> No, but I enjoy listening to "Anyway the Wind Blows" by the Mothers of
> Invention. (ca. 1966, Freak Out album )
> Marc
>



26 Mar 2008 13:57:46
Craig Goudie
Re: song "Windsurfer", circa 1988, by Roy Orbison

"What would you do if we let you go home, and the plastics all melted
and so is the chrome."

-Craig

On Mar 26, 9:40=A0am, Steve Elliott <jse6...@sbcglobal.net > wrote:
> A Classic! I still listen to that today. Way ahead of it's time.
>
> "Trouble Comin' Every Day" - the first rap song. Has some great reflection=

> on the media that echoes even today.
>
> My favorite is "Who are the Brain Police?"
>
> Steve
>
> marc rosen <duckb...@qis.net> wrote in news:83518b1c-a82b-4ef0-83c6-
> 600c42d6c...@s37g2000prg.googlegroups.com:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 24, 7:48=A0pm, AllyCuthb...@gmail.com wrote:
> >> Has anybody else also really enjoyed the song "windsurfer", circa
> >> 1988, by Roy Orbison,
>
> > No, but I enjoy listening to "Anyway the Wind Blows" by the Mothers of
> > Invention. (ca. 1966, Freak Out album )
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27 Mar 2008 03:53:49
marc rosen
Re: song "Windsurfer", circa 1988, by Roy Orbison

Thanks for the replies, Steve and Craig. It's good to acknowledge
that folks are still listening to Frank and the Mothers. Read you
guys later,

Marc (who will be wearing his Weasels Ripped My Flesh t-shirt today
when he makes a presentation to the Research Technicians at their semi
annual meeting at work in a very famous but un-named medical
institution in the same city that Frank Zappa was born)


27 Mar 2008 20:14:38
Steve Elliott
Re: song "Windsurfer", circa 1988, by Roy Orbison

Craig Goudie <ccgoudie@yahoo.com > wrote in
news:a84d1b93-3b5a-43e3-8142-f75b29f9fdf8@d62g2000hsf.googlegroups.com:

:)

What would you do if the people you knew... were the plastic that melted
and the chromium too.

Steve

> "What would you do if we let you go home, and the plastics all melted
> and so is the chrome."
>
> -Craig
>
> On Mar 26, 9:40 am, Steve Elliott <jse6...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> A Classic! I still listen to that today. Way ahead of it's time.
>>
>> "Trouble Comin' Every Day" - the first rap song. Has some great
>> reflection
>
>> on the media that echoes even today.
>>
>> My favorite is "Who are the Brain Police?"
>>
>> Steve
>>
>> marc rosen <duckb...@qis.net> wrote in news:83518b1c-a82b-4ef0-83c6-
>> 600c42d6c...@s37g2000prg.googlegroups.com:
>>
>>
>>
>> > On Mar 24, 7:48 pm, AllyCuthb...@gmail.com wrote:
>> >> Has anybody else also really enjoyed the song "windsurfer", circa
>> >> 1988, by Roy Orbison,
>>
>> > No, but I enjoy listening to "Anyway the Wind Blows" by the Mothers
>> > of Invention. (ca. 1966, Freak Out album )
>> >                                    
>                   Marc- Hide quoted text -
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27 Mar 2008 17:32:23
DKB
Looking for new seat harness

I am looking for a new seat harness and am looking for advise/opinions.
Particularly the new Naish compared with the Dakine XT.

thanks,

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