Darth Vader: It's the best side of the moon, if you ask me.
LOL!!! No Night Train?
Three Buck Chuck’s Zinfandel is good.
You only play Dark Side Of The Moon:a) on vinyl,b) with mates,c) with beer.All as shown, wonderful.Getting all nostalgic now.
Now I understand.what Darth’s buddy is carrying on his back.(Biggest one hitter you’ll ever see.) Personally Dogsniff, I was partial to Ripple Pear wine.
oh my god I haven’t thought of Boone’s Farm Strawberry Fields in 20+ years… thanks for the memories
Why, after drinking a whole bottle of cheap red, do you always throw-up a bottle and a half?
Never was (don’t throw things!) a Pink Floyd Fan, never drank fruit wine…
It was the Rolling Stones, Traffic, Cream…. and a $2 half gallon of red.
Actually, by the time that album came out, it was probably the Who, the Kinks… and the Stones…..too many to even list…and yeah, Dogsniff, Zappa too.. And the wine was $4.
In oil painting class I was assigned to make a collage and then paint it on canvas. I included an MD 20 20 bottle. Still have that painting.
oh hell, yeah!
Wouldn’t this have worked better without the text on the album? The real album doesn’t have text on it, and I think most people would recognize it.
Putting the green pyramid poster on the wall would have been a terrific touch.
What’s the word – thunderbirdHow’s it sold – good and coldWhat’s the price – thirty twiceWhat’s the action – satisfaction
Night Train goes with Amos Lee. These guys should be drinking moonshine.
You are NOT my father!
I suppose he won’t be listening to any songs by Dean Martin.
Boone’s Farm strawberry poured over a fruit punch icey was a great summer beverage.
VARNES If you show up today, check my last posting to you yesterday late. A touch of bragging, even if I had nothing to do with the talent the boys had. Both were adults when I married their father.
Dogsniff, Spanada…, Ripple, then Boone’s Farm Apple wine, and then Strawberry Hill.. Put on Don’t Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me The Pliers… and let’s get stoopid! Hey, no Bogarting….t
mythreesons, too cool! I can understand your pride. Where are other examples of your son’s work?
And tell me more about the carving of the WTC blowing up before 9/11…where is that?
Bobba Fett is sitting kinda funny for a guy.
Larry — it was about 3 am, and (sniffle) I did say too many to list!Of course Procol Harum and the Moody Blues!Small Faces, The Band, The Kinks, I mean, I even left out the Beatles_
… Sniffle…“Knights in White Satin…”
Is that album by Pink Floyd the Barber from the Andy Griffith Show?
“There is no dark side of the moon really. Matter of fact it’s all dark.”
Best album ever.
How about the Beatles Let It Be album or the Byrds?
Stagger Lee — right you are, of course! Silly me. Let me change that to "I never habitually drank any wines to which the “wineries” had added fruit flavors reminiscent of Kool-Aid, in order to mask their cheap acidity."I don’t even object to wine made from fruits other than grapes…. a friend used to make some great Russian River blackberry wine with the local wild bounty.
But Passion Pink Ripple…. nah. As for Night Train… Gallo should be ashamed!
My Three Sons…. I have to check all that out too – thanks.And Iced Tea, yes nice stuff…. but earlier.
mythreesons, wow your son is GREAT! I had no idea….thanks for the info…I found this……although the article seems to take the symbolism WAY to seriously, the pictures are pretty good!
Actually have “The Wall” Disc 2 spinning on the turntable right now, but I think I’ll have to go over to the shelf and grab Dark Side. It was the album that truly convinced me of the superiority of vinyl, this being primarily due to it being the first album I had on both CD and vinyl thus being able to compare, though there truly is no comparison.
Star Wars was June of 1977.
Aw Larry…. thanks.I feel better now.And ElGuapo… Jan 1st 1970…. that was the very day I moved into a cabin in what was once a small rustic summer resort near the aforementioned Russian River (50+ miles north of San Francisco.)I was young, but weren’t you in, like 7th grade or something?LOL
Best. Album. Ever.Having Alan Parsons as engineer didn’t hurt either.
Alan Parsons was an excellent project manager
Yeah, that’s right.Big time connections.Star Wars has the Dark Side of the Moon.And the album is the alternate soundtrack for the Wizard of Oz