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gabijonaz 03-03-2021 11:45 AM

Edguy
Avantasia
Helloween
Kiss
Iron Maiden
Motley Crue
Def Leppard
Judas Priest
Dio

Eleanor Rigby 14 03-10-2021 10:55 AM

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Originally Posted by DriveYourCarDownToTheSea (Post 2164278)
On Hurdy Gurdy Man, there is some dispute as to who played what instruments. It's not certain, but it looks like Jimmy Page played guitar and John Paul Jones played bass. If so, then half of the future Led Zeppelin played on that song. I think the same is true of Sunshine Superman. However, Allan Holdsworth (a really famous fusion jazz guitar player) might also have played guitar. Supposedly, George Harrison also helped him write the lyrics. So the whole song was a who's-who of rock stars of that era.

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Originally Posted by DriveYourCarDownToTheSea (Post 2164279)
My other 2 favorite Donovan songs. Even my 80-something year old mother likes the first one!




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Originally Posted by gabijonaz (Post 2164810)
Edguy
Avantasia
Helloween
Kiss
Iron Maiden
Motley Crue
Def Leppard
Judas Priest
Dio

Well, thank you very much, sorry for answering sooo late, I had already read your messages but unfortunately I haven't been allowed to listen to music because during these last 2 weeks or so, my right ear has started (and still is) bleeding and I don't know the exact reason.
Hopefully 3 weeks later everything will be ok, the problem is I'm gonna be 1 month without being able to play the piano :(:(:(

Trollheart 03-10-2021 01:37 PM

Yay! She's back! We missed you. :)
Sorry to hear about your ear (no pun intended): is it an infection? I assume you've had the doctor? Is it impacting on your exams or are they all done now? Either way, take care of yourself and hopefully you'll be able to occupy yourself even if you can't listen to music. Reading is always good.

Look after yourself; I'm sure I speak for all the friends you've made here when I say we hope you'll be better soon.
TH
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Eleanor Rigby 14 03-10-2021 01:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Trollheart (Post 2165647)
Yay! She's back! We missed you. :)
Sorry to hear about your ear (no pun intended): is it an infection? I assume you've had the doctor? Is it impacting on your exams or are they all done now? Either way, take care of yourself and hopefully you'll be able to occupy yourself even if you can't listen to music. Reading is always good.

Look after yourself; I'm sure I speak for all the friends you've made here when I say we hope you'll be better soon.
TH

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1. Yeah, the doctor says I probably have a perforated eardrum, and that's why it's bleeding so oftenly. It'll regenerate in 2/3 weeks.
2. Unfortunately I had my most important exams during that days, so I just went to school to do them and then come back home :(
3. Now I spend my time writing poems and reading (Charles Dickens Is God ;)), so I'm not so bored.
4. Thank you very much!!!! :):):)

Marie Monday 03-10-2021 01:57 PM

I'm sorry about your ear, good to hear that it'll heal. Not being able to play piano must really suck :( It sounds like you're using your time well though, awesome that you write poetry! And what are you reading by Dickens?

Eleanor Rigby 14 03-10-2021 02:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Marie Monday (Post 2165653)
I'm sorry about your ear, good to hear that it'll heal. Not being able to play piano must really suck :( It sounds like you're using your time well though, awesome that you write poetry! And what are you reading by Dickens?

I have a piano exam in June and I'm nervous as hell now because I've lost a month :eek:
When I'm not listening to music or studying Math with my mother ;) I always try to write or read.
I just finished reading Great Expectations. My favourite ones by Dickens (apart from GE) are David Copperfield, A Tale Of Two Cities and Oliver Twist.

Marie Monday 03-10-2021 02:19 PM

Damn, you've read more Dickens than me! I'm sure the piano exam will be ok. I'm impressed by your productivity, even without corona I wasted so much time in my teens :laughing:

Eleanor Rigby 14 03-10-2021 02:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Marie Monday (Post 2165655)
Damn, you've read more Dickens than me! I'm sure the piano exam will be ok. I'm impressed by your productivity, even without corona I wasted so much time in my teens :laughing:

Lol, I waste a lot of time, too. Like not a little but A LOT. All teenagers do. :laughing::laughing:
The thing is I want to show the most positive things about me on Music Banter, instead of telling other people the exam I failed last month was a PE exam of running 15 minutes without stopping (and I only ran for 2 minutes). :D

Marie Monday 03-10-2021 02:38 PM

Oh screw PE, it's absolutely fine to fail that nonsense. I blundered my way through it, I accidentally threw a volleyball at my teacher's head once. Arguably the high point of my school career.

Eleanor Rigby 14 03-10-2021 02:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Marie Monday (Post 2165658)
Oh screw PE, it's absolutely fine to fail that nonsense. I blundered my way through it, I accidentally threw a volleyball at my teacher's head once. Arguably the high point of my school career.

At least you didn't accidentally get basketballs thrown at you, like me! :basketbal


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