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post #7711 of 8898
The Spirit of Ozora (by Ozora Festival) - 58:22

Nice one to download, vimeo has better quality stuff than youtube.

Also, Coldplay was on Austin City Limits lastnight - waiting for them to release their Madrid Las Ventas Concert on Bluray.
post #7712 of 8898
Music is

Nothing more

Than

Many

Being as one

vm
post #7713 of 8898
Quick question: if a blu-ray disk is advertised as "region free" does that mean it will play on Region 1 players? Usually I think of "region free" applying to the player as opposed to the disk.
post #7714 of 8898
Region free discs will play on any regions player, a region free player will play any regions discs. The disc in question should play on any player
post #7715 of 8898
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Originally Posted by jjeff View Post

Region free discs will play on any regions player, a region free player will play any regions discs. The disc in question should play on any player

That's what I thought, but just wanted to be sure. Thanks for taking the time to confirm!
post #7716 of 8898
Will region 2 DVD's play on a muti-media computer?
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post #7718 of 8898
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Originally Posted by vision-master View Post

Sunrise Festival 2006 Oficjalny Film 01:07:09

Damned dirty hippies.

Looks like I'll need to take her in the shower and scrub her down.
post #7719 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Rammitinski View Post

Damned dirty hippies.

Looks like I'll need to take her in the shower and scrub her down.

I'll help!!!
post #7720 of 8898
Two guys...in a shower.

Maybe if it was for a Pet Shop Boys DVD.
post #7721 of 8898
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Originally Posted by John Megadeth View Post

Two guys...in a shower.

Maybe if it was for a Pet Shop Boys DVD.

Home oh you don't.
post #7722 of 8898
Did you guys say something? I can't seem to scroll past the hippie chick.
post #7723 of 8898
FYI: The new muti-media computer does a great job with SD (all regions).

(no Bluray R/W yet)

Time to look for some more region 2 stuff.
post #7724 of 8898
Hippie chick?
Really???

Someone please define "hippie" chick to me....
post #7725 of 8898
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

Hippie chick?
Really???

Someone please define "hippie" chick to me....

post #7726 of 8898
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Originally Posted by bobby94928 View Post


I was around for part of the real hippie chick time, and they didn't look anything like the above picture. They didn't bathe all that much, had somewhat greasy hair, and had worn out clothing. A good thing is they almost never wore a bra, many times no panties, and liked to get high.
post #7727 of 8898
And we all got a lot more than anyone gets today
post #7728 of 8898
post #7729 of 8898
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Originally Posted by mattg3 View Post

And we all got a lot more than anyone gets today

More What?
post #7730 of 8898
More sex.

Can we please get this thread back on topic? I'd like to be able to read about people's experiences with "concert DVD's" so I have an idea what's out there that might be worthwhile renting or buying. vision-master, are all these Youtube links of ozora and these outdoor festivals available on DVD?
post #7731 of 8898
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Can we please get this thread back on topic? I'd like to be able to read about people's experiences with "concert DVD's" so I have an idea what's out there that might be worthwhile renting or buying. vision-master, are all these Youtube links of ozora and these outdoor festivals available on DVD?

Not that I know of, at least not on this side of the pond. BUT! they are 'free' offical movies - download them onto your hard drive. I few are HD.
post #7732 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Artslinger View Post

I was around for part of the real hippie chick time, and they didn't look anything like the above picture.

I agree. Here in the Midwest, they sure didn't. That's more the Hollywood, Dragnet, caricaturistic stereotype there. Looks like a refugee from the "Billy Jack" set.

Actually, what it really looks like, is some played-up picture from a modern-day costume catalog.
post #7733 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Artslinger View Post

I was around for part of the real hippie chick time, and they didn't look anything like the above picture. They didn't bathe all that much, had somewhat greasy hair, and had worn out clothing. A good thing is they almost never wore a bra, many times no panties, and liked to get high.

I am not sure exactly sure WHO it is you're talking about, but you're description didn't fit the majority of "hippie girls" of that era.
I hitch-hiked all over the country back then and rarely did I see anything anything resembling what you describe.
The vast majority were clean, usually wore a bra, hardly ever went without undies, not uptight sexually, and really did like to get stoned and/or drunk.
In other words, the perfect date for the times.
post #7734 of 8898
Maybe it was just his area or something. Or maybe he's referring more to the ones doing the heavy "protesting", that didn't have the opportunity to bathe much.

I'm nowhere near Evanston, really (though not worlds away), but I grew up and still live in the Chicago 'burbs, and all the ones I went out with or associated with personally may have looked and dressed scruffy, but they kept themselves and the clothes they wore just as clean as anyone else. Many had jobs, too (as teenagers) - so they had to at least be presentable enough for those.

The only ones I knew of who were truly dirty were homeless or semi-homeless, and/or they had some other kind of issue involved (mental illness/severe personality disorder/substance addiction, terribly abusive or neglectful home life).

We all got together and partied every chance we could, but went home and ate, slept and bathed in-between.

Oh - and most of them did wear underwear, most of the time, as far as I knew. Usually bras, too - unless they were especially hot and bothered at that time of the month or something - and they knew they were going to get some action and wanted to make it less of a hassle. Or their boyfriend may have wanted them to "try it". But those times were still pretty rare.

Most of them were basically "good girls", and responsible enough, too (although there were a few pregnant ones and school drop-outs, just like in a lot of groups. Although I'm sure most did have abortions if that happened. I grew up in a very liberal area, after all - Cook County, IL). The ones that were really low down and dirty, and walked around with no underwear, with cameltoes and nipples deluxe, like you've never imagined hitting you in the face all the time, were usually just plain sluts - but not hippies. Those only hung around with other dog-sluts - both female and male.
post #7735 of 8898
So I guess were all gonna go home tonight and watch Woodstock
post #7736 of 8898
No, watch the Boom Festival - Woodstock for the 21st century.
post #7737 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Rammitinski View Post

Maybe it was just his area or something. Or maybe he's referring more to the ones doing the heavy "protesting", that didn't have the opportunity to bathe much.

I'm nowhere near Evanston, really (though not worlds away), but I grew up and still live in the Chicago 'burbs, and all the ones I went out with or associated with personally may have looked and dressed scruffy, but they kept themselves and the clothes they wore just as clean as anyone else. Many had jobs, too (as teenagers) - so they had to at least be presentable enough for those.

The only ones I knew of who were truly dirty were homeless or semi-homeless, and/or they had some other kind of issue involved (mental illness/severe personality disorder/substance addiction, terribly abusive or neglectful home life).

We all got together and partied every chance we could, but went home and ate, slept and bathed in-between.

Oh - and most of them did wear underwear, most of the time, as far as I knew. Usually bras, too - unless they were especially hot and bothered at that time of the month or something - and they knew they were going to get some action and wanted to make it less of a hassle. Or their boyfriend may have wanted them to "try it". But those times were still pretty rare.

Most of them were basically "good girls", and responsible enough, too (although there were a few pregnant ones and school drop-outs, just like in a lot of groups. Although I'm sure most did have abortions if that happened. I grew up in a very liberal area, after all - Cook County, IL). The ones that were really low down and dirty, and walked around with no underwear, with cameltoes and nipples deluxe, like you've never imagined hitting you in the face all the time, were usually just plain sluts - but not hippies. Those only hung around with other dog-sluts - both female and male.

Exactly right.

These days people use the term "hippies" without knowing what the hell they're talking about.
post #7738 of 8898
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Originally Posted by bonscott View Post

So I guess were all gonna go home tonight and watch Woodstock

40th Anniversary Edition baby
post #7739 of 8898
Get back to talking about concerts and concert discs, please.

larry
post #7740 of 8898
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Originally Posted by Rammitinski View Post

Oh -Most of them were basically "good girls", and responsible enough, too...

Not talking "Burb" hippies, thats as silly as "Burb" gansters.

Sorry back on topic....




Richard Thompson-Live at Celtic Connection [Blu-ray]


Filmed in January 2011 at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow as part of the annual Celtic Connections festival, this superb performance by The Richard Thompson Band will soon be available, in both Blu-ray and DVD formats. The first half of the show focuses on Richard Thompson's latest album, Dream Attic, with the second half featuring selections from throughout his career.


The Money Shuffle
Among The Gorse, Among The Grey
Haul Me Up
Burning Man
Here Comes Geordie
Demons In Her Dancing Shoes
Big Sun Falling In The River
Stumble On
Sidney Wells
A Brother Slips Away
If Love Whispers Your Name
The Angels Took My Racehorse Away
Can't Win
One Door Opens
Al Bowlly's In Heaven
I'll Never Give It Up
Wall Of Death
Tear Stained Letter
Take Care The Road You Choose
A Man In Need
Uninhabited Man
Johnny's Far Away

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