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GUEST,Anonny Mouse Most Influential Album? (320* d) RE: Most Influential Album? 15 Dec 05

HAHAHAHAHAHA...Taylor-you should learn how to spell "Takamine!" I love it! Youse guys are a riot. Now, bill kennedy, here's a little lesson: you're mixing up "Barbara Ann" by the Beach Boys-the "drunken party song". Al Jardine was a major KT fan and brought "Sloop" to Brian Wilson because he thought the Beach Boys could do a neat cover of it. Brian may have some dead brain cells but he was nobody's fool musically and they werent out to mock the KT. They did Sloop, and it was hardly a drunken party song; believe it scored bigtime for them. Meanwhile no one at Capitol knew what to do with Pet Sounds because it wasn't surfin music. Ever notice how early on the BB's wore button-down collar, wide-striped Kingston shirts? Yeayah. They did. There was actually a friendly relationship there and Brian's daddy loved the KT boys image even tho he was an SOB who probably screwed up Brian for life. Didja know God Only Knows was written by Brian for his DAD????

You fellas oughta lighten up a little here. I betcha we could all go out and have a couple o' brews with Martin and we'd all get on just fine. I'm no Dr. Phil thank gawd but I think Martin loves it when this stuff goes down. Isnt this sposed to be a time of peace and joy and warm fuzzies no matter yer religious persuasion? Do I have to start typing in lyrics to Youngbloods songs (yeccchhh)? Taylor Takamine--good one. Im easily amused. Maybe I'm gonna change to Santa Cruz Bourgeois or Collings Guild or Esteban Alvarez.

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