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Old 02-20-2021, 07:31 AM   #2061 (permalink)
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The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Live in Sweden (1969)
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Fun! ^^^ I picked the older lady as someone who'd likely have what I'd have on my phone. Sure enough, Old Blue Eyes. Great smile.



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Oh, the "sleepy" set. Peeps claim this session lacked The Experience's usual fire. I like the toned down feel.
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Eric Burdon & War - Live at the Beat Club (1970)
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[QUOTE=ando here;2163616]Fun! ^^^ I picked the older lady as someone who'd likely have what I'd have on my phone. Sure enough, Old Blue Eyes. Great smile.


Yeah,i love these videos too.She definitely has good taste in music
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Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962-1965)
The three seasons of this series are free on PeacockTv.com (with ads/they found a way around most adblockers). Trouble is, many of the episodes have little punch and almost no twist endings. If you're gonna be a murder mystery series why wouldn't you even attempt to perplex the viewer? So far I haven't found any of the handful of eps (so far) intriguing aside from ogling famous American actors in their early days (some in their late ones). Can't recommend it unless you're a fan of tv nostalgia for its own sake.
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AHH: The Jar

Stumbled on a good one.
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Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962-1965)
The three seasons of this series are free on PeacockTv.com (with ads/they found a way around most adblockers). Trouble is, many of the episodes have little punch and almost no twist endings. If you're gonna be a murder mystery series why wouldn't you even attempt to perplex the viewer? So far I haven't found any of the handful of eps (so far) intriguing aside from ogling famous American actors in their early days (some in their late ones). Can't recommend it unless you're a fan of tv nostalgia for its own sake.
I just started watching the 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents' series on Peacock TV a couple of months ago. I've been watching them in order from the first season (1955) and have just started on season 2 and I've noticed that with most of the episodes it's fairly easy to figure out the ending once you're about 1/2 to 2/3 of the way into one. There have been a 2 or 3 that surprised me but mostly they seem rather predictable.

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AHH: The Jar

Stumbled on a good one.
Something to look forward to when I reach that point in the series.

If I make it that far...

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I just started watching the 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents' series on Peacock TV a couple of months ago. I've been watching them in order from the first season (1955) and have just started on season 2 and I've noticed that with most of the episodes it's fairly easy to figure out the ending once you're about 1/2 to 2/3 of the way into one. There have been a 2 or 3 that surprised me but mostly they seem rather predictable.



Something to look forward to when I reach that point in the series.

If I make it that far...

I say skip em and watch The Jar next. It's a fair to middling run.
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