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PostPosted: Wed January 16th, 2013, 01:56 GMT 
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Here is the marvellous second season, Season Two, to be enjoyed along with the flu and perhaps a fine brew. And yes, a video from The Who. Mayhaps another one by Lou? And my favourite colour, of course: mauve.

Direct links all and if you are wondering please see my Season One post. Please report any problems here in a comment and I will fix what I can. Only 25 more to go and I hope I can keep 'em all up for years to come. So far, so good! Thank you KE!

Enjoy! :-D

1: Hello
2: Young and Old
3: Days of the Week
4: California
5: Classic Rock
6: Cadillac
7: Head to Toe
8: Smoking
9: Dreams
10: Party
11: Second Countdown
12: Number One
13: Walking
14: Around the World I
15: Around the World II
16: Lock and Key
17: Mail
18-1: Presidents Day, Hour 1
18-2: Presidents Day, Hour 2
19: Doctors
20: Danger
21: Birds
22: More Birds
23: Joe
24: Heat
25: Cold

To find these go to: http://www.ttrharchives.org


Last edited by Karl Erik on Wed April 3rd, 2013, 15:35 GMT, edited 2 times in total.
April 3, 2013: Added link to new location


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PostPosted: Wed January 16th, 2013, 02:24 GMT 
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Thank you hugely Croz - i have 'em on disc but this makes things so much easier (i got many of them from you first time round as it happens - so double thanks!). Funny how I thought CD's were gonna last.....


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PostPosted: Wed January 16th, 2013, 02:42 GMT 
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We're gonna make it last and I've gone first (twice!)*

I'll have Season Three up in the next few weeks and then keep it all up so long as nobody complains (I am SO over that!).

I want to say thank you to Karl Erik again, and I don't think the new folks to these shows understand how essential Karl Erik was the first time around. I don;t remember how it happened but back in 2006 I started posting these shows on that URL and, I think, he got in contact with me, or maybe he just blogged me. KABOOOM.

So far as I am concerned the only way to widely share this and to get more and more people to listen is via Expecting Rain.

Karl Erik puts up with me. He puts up with us all for the greater good: sharing the best and the worst and the whatever ephemeral of Bob Dylan and everything in between (and associated acts).

And no fan left behind...

* Most likely you'll dig a deeper diamond mine


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PostPosted: Wed January 16th, 2013, 12:25 GMT 
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Thanks a lot Croz, ...brilliant!


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PostPosted: Wed January 16th, 2013, 12:46 GMT 
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You are an absolute star, thanks.


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PostPosted: Wed January 16th, 2013, 13:27 GMT 

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slimtimslide wrote:
Thank you hugely Croz - i have 'em on disc but this makes things so much easier (i got many of them from you first time round as it happens - so double thanks!). Funny how I thought CD's were gonna last.....


I too also have them on disc, makes it easier to play on drive to work.
Thanks again, Patrick, and KE.


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PostPosted: Thu January 17th, 2013, 03:05 GMT 
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I've put several shows on a USB drive to listen to while on the road... Its a wonderful way to be caught in traffic.


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PostPosted: Thu January 17th, 2013, 03:42 GMT 
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Untrodden Path wrote:
I've put several shows on a USB drive to listen to while on the road... Its a wonderful way to be caught in traffic.



I agree completely - but it struck me that only 100 years ago none of this sentence would have made any sense at all. Yet here we are absolutely enjoying mostly old music on our 'memory sticks' - ain't life weird?


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PostPosted: Sat January 19th, 2013, 03:25 GMT 
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I spent a long time this afternoon reading about the human nervous system and the human brain and it occurs to me that we are basically memory sticks. Not particularly reliable memory sticks but lovely ones (so far).


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PostPosted: Sat January 19th, 2013, 03:42 GMT 
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Croz wrote:
I spent a long time this afternoon reading about the human nervous system and the human brain and it occurs to me that we are basically memory sticks. Not particularly reliable memory sticks but lovely ones (so far).


so long as we try to 'plug in' we should be ok, but I agree. Although dragging around spare spinal columns would be rather more inconvenient - thanks for the memory, old stick.... xxx


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PostPosted: Sun January 20th, 2013, 08:44 GMT 
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thanks, man!


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