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@AOR Fan:Thanks a lot for the Broke(N) Blue items. A few of the Sharebee links appear to be dead as a doornail, but the remaining links worked fine.About Marliese '(D)electrified' : I'm looking to get the whole thing actually, not just a few scattered songs or song fragments of questionable sound quality off of YouTube.(Downloading YT vids and converting flv to mp3 or other formats has never been the problem.)About your new wants list: Too rich (rare) for my blood, i'm afraid. I've got the Big Trouble cd (but apparently so does Skyttekungen; i assume he'll upload it for you) and the Surprises @192 kbps, but that's about it. _-__Longing_for_the_Daylight__1989_.rar@Skyttekungen:Mind posting the download link to Sahara Rain here? I'd like to hear it too.
troynew I know what you mean about the cardboard boxes. I have the same problem in my house too... lolI also have the problem with the 10 downloads too. And I'm a premium member. But in this case the one that matters is the uploader not the downloader.Anyway, can anyone reupload the "4 by 5" cd please?
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I have made Distortion of Glory, Real Nighttime, The Big Shot Chronicles, Lolita Nation, 2 Steps From the Middle Ages and Tinker to Evers to Chance available for FREE download at Dropbox.com. If you have any problems downloading them, please contact me at info125 (at) 125records.com. I've upgraded our account, but if the traffic gets too heavy, the files may be temporarily inaccessible.
"It Must Be a Camel" is also has numerous overdubs by Underwood. The very unusual melody of this song is due to its repeated use of quintuplets (a staple of later Zappa compositions) and often makes large melodic leaps. The title may come from the fact that parts of the melodic line resemble the shape of camel "humps" when written down. Jean-Luc Ponty plays violin. 041b061a72