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Re: Jeff Beck

Postby frethead » Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:38 pm

That's some neat stuff about Tony Franklin! He sounds like a pretty cool guy. Yeah, I wish I could remember what Jaco's nickname was . . . wasn't it something like "monkey guy," or "monkey fingers?" His technical prowess was overshadowed by only his vigorous performance. Man, his chromatic passages were mesmerizing! You know what's really funny?! I like to watch Inside the Actor's Studio, too! Though, I'm not so big on Benicio Del Toro, that's a case of apples and oranges. Do you remember the word that Will Smith actually produced on Inside the Actor's Studio?
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Re: Jeff Beck

Postby Rock » Tue Jan 20, 2009 5:09 pm

Hehe, going to see Jeff Beck this Sunday, cant fkn wait. :)
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Re: Jeff Beck

Postby frethead » Tue Jan 20, 2009 7:46 pm

Rockovich, you are too much! Hey, man! Let us know ( You think I'll be the only guy to take an interest??! lol) if Jeff spanks his open A, G, or D more.
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Re: Jeff Beck

Postby frethead » Fri Jan 23, 2009 1:01 pm

Ladies and gentlemen, may I present the Gibson Custom Shop recreation of the 1954 Oxblood Jeff Beck -Les Paul. Kick xxxxin' axx, DUDE!!!

http://www.gibson.com/en-us/Lifestyle/F ... -Les-Paul/
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Re: Jeff Beck

Postby Vernon » Thu Jan 29, 2009 12:06 pm

Hey frethead,
No I don't remember Will Smith on Inside The Actors Studio (although I probably did see his episode).
What did he say?

Speaking of Will Smith....I usually like him but I just saw Hancock and I >hated< it.
It wasn't my cup of tea at all.
Maybe if I was 10 years old I would've liked it.As a matter of fact....I watched it with a 10 year old and he loved it :lol:

Yeah.....all of my friends think I'm weird with movies.
I don't like too many "mainstream" films.
I really want to see The Wrestler with Mickey Rourke.I've always liked that Dude but I'm not a fan of his face lift.
He looks really strange now but I'm glad he's got another chance at stardom with this new movie.

I know you're not a fan of Benicio Del Toro but he's gonna be coming out with a movie called THE WOLF MAN.
I think that could be good.....if it's done seriously....for adults.
Plus It would be a good excuse for them to use Jake's version of Bark At The Moon somewhere in the film. :D

Thanks for the link for the Jeff Beck Les Paul.
It made me drool.Cool guitars on the internet are my porno :D
Now I have an excuse to buy more lottery tickets. :lol:
later....

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Re: Jeff Beck

Postby frethead » Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:03 pm

"Giggy" was W. Smith's word. Look it up! LOL I'm not real big on him since The Fresh Prince . . . ended, and from the looks of the Hancock ads, it would've been a waste of time. Sorry you were convinced into going, but 'least the kid enjoyed it! Huh?! LOL

Yeah, I know what you're saying about Mickey Rourke's botched facelift, man. Can you imagine how, as the bandages are being removed, you know that something isn't right, and per the freaky doctor's advice you wait, but, after a couple of months you are forced to conclude that you're face is all futzed up, and you have become a different PREOSN?!! Patrick Swayze and, concidentally enough, his Dirty Dancing co-star Jennifer Gray both had horrible results from screwed up surgeries/ recuperations, too.

I 've had similar thoughts about The Wolf Man and "Bark at the Moon, " my self! I think Del Toro should fit, with good makeup, into that role nicely.

I am, however, becoming very excited about the new Friday the Thirteenth, for sure!!! Check it out ! I've read how the guy that produced or directed the recent Texas Chainsaw Massacre produced or directed it, and as he grew up watching Jason Voorhees' Camp Crystal Lake shenannigans ( and, so many of us have), he developed a kind of respect for him. We all know that Jason wasn't the killer, originally, right?! He said that the sequels had become tangled up in trying to outdo one another in the "shock and awe" method of moviemaking, and consequently got farther and farther away from the story.

So, the new one is supposed to be a more personal endeavor, focusing more on Jason's experience (s), and take the viewer inside his mind. We'll see him leading the campers more than chasing them, setting traps, and watch as his victims are forced to figure their way out of or around them. All-in-all, an introduction to a more cerebral Jason. The gore is supposed to effect the viewer more personally, as well.
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