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December 10th, 2004 05:23 PM
gypsy
quote:
Joey wrote:


Got the video at home --- I wonder if it is on DVD yet ?!?!?!

......would make an excellent Christmas Present for all the young Boys and Girls !



That video is old and boring. Paris has a new one where she is making out with another chick. Are you going to buy that one, joey?
December 10th, 2004 05:31 PM
Joey
quote:
gypsy wrote:


That video is old and boring. Paris has a new one where she is making out with another chick. Are you going to buy that one, joey?



No , I already have " One Night in Paris " ...


Gyps ................................


Please tape this evening's " Pornucopia " on HBO for me ( I hear it is a good one , not lame like the last episode ) .

.....I'll make it up to ya .

J.
December 10th, 2004 05:47 PM
Poplar
Keith looks like an absolute badass in that picture. when was that taken?
December 10th, 2004 08:31 PM
Soldatti That pic is old for me, at end of the 80's maybe. He looks very "young" for 2004...
December 11th, 2004 12:42 AM
sirmoonie
quote:
Joey wrote:
Let's hope they stay the Fu## out of Germany this time ( sixty seven dates last tour ) .

No kidding, Joseph. Why the Rolling Stones would set foot in that god-forsaken land is beyond real white.

Stones at their lowest - performing for the fucking scumbag Hun.
December 11th, 2004 01:07 AM
gypsy
quote:
sirmoonie wrote:

No kidding, Joseph. Why the Rolling Stones would set foot in that god-forsaken land is beyond real white.

Stones at their lowest - performing for the fucking scumbag Hun.



Keith likes German broads like Pallenberg and Obermaier.
December 11th, 2004 01:19 AM
sirmoonie
quote:
gypsy wrote:
Keith likes German broads like Pallenberg and Obermaier.


Tx, Gyps! Those who forget history, are doomed to remember the wrong parts of it the next morning.

Stones lowest moment: Keith knocking boots with Nazis.

"Its up to Harris, Ronnie!"
December 12th, 2004 11:02 AM
nankerphelge Chicago is the 2005 RO Summit eh?

Very nice choice!!

Central location.
Drinking city.
Blues city.
Good number of RO locals to plot the course.
Tardrite friendly, so Joey's in!

I tink I'm goin'

December 12th, 2004 05:26 PM
gypsy
quote:
nankerphelge wrote:
Chicago is the 2005 RO Summit eh?

Very nice choice!!

Central location.
Drinking city.
Blues city.
Good number of RO locals to plot the course.
Tardrite friendly, so Joey's in!

I tink I'm goin'





What happened to that photo of Joey wearing his Tardrite and nothing else?
Nanky, I swear you were the last one to have it.
December 13th, 2004 02:12 AM
Monkey Woman
quote:
caro wrote:
I still don't understand how they could record in Paris without any newspaper reporting about it... They seem to know the whole fashion clique in Paris, so I thought there would at least be some mention of them in one of those mundane columns. Maybe they were too busy to party? That would be cool, but I don't really believe it.
Do we know how much time they spent in Paris? I'm getting a little lost in all the different threads...


I doubt they spent much time in Paris this time round. More probably, the article is confusing last month's recording in France (but not in Fourchette, not Paris) with the fact that the last album tracks were recorded in Paris. Don Was didn't said in as many words they were in Paris, only that they recorded in France and intended to go into the studio in January. Then the article goes on about the last time the Stones recorded in France, which was 2002 at Guillaume Tell studios, near Paris.

Here's what soldatti posted in another thread:

"According to a radio they spent THREE weeks in November on Mick's house, Mick and Keith were alone the first week and Charlie arrived at mid-November. No word of Ronnie BTW...
They will continue in January, Don Was said: "It's not done. We can still fuck it up a thousand different ways, you know?, but what I'm hearing now is very much in the great Stones tradition.""

I also heard from someone who lives not far from Fourchette (Mick's mansion in France) that the Stones did spend some time ensconced at the chateau in November. And we know that Mick has a home studio there, probably built in what was once a garage.
December 13th, 2004 05:50 PM
caro Oh ok, that makes more sense indeed. Cool! An album recorded in a Stones villa in the french, err...cambrousse! A proven concept...
December 13th, 2004 07:34 PM
icydanger

Gr8 present, right time,
joy reading mick and keith spent a week together.
December 13th, 2004 11:45 PM
Soldatti Exile On Mick's Mansion?
December 14th, 2004 01:12 PM
Monkey Woman
quote:
caro wrote:
Oh ok, that makes more sense indeed. Cool! An album recorded in a Stones villa in the french, err...cambrousse! A proven concept...


Exile In The Castle's Garage?

[Edited by Monkey Woman]
December 14th, 2004 01:25 PM
Saint Sway
quote:
nankerphelge wrote:
I have officially sported wood!



btw, speaking of wood, I've had some friends that have recorded with Don Was tell me that Don Was is a viagra ADDICT. Orders tons of viagra to the studio and then goes thru the yellow pages and orders a couple of call girls to his room. Its pretty much how he spends most of his nights and then comes into the studio the next day exhausted.
December 14th, 2004 01:59 PM
Joey
quote:
gypsy wrote:


What happened to that photo of Joey wearing his Tardrite and nothing else?
Nanky, I swear you were the last one to have it.




http://chrisevans3d.com/files/iq.htm
December 14th, 2004 02:01 PM
jb We floridians be stupood!
December 14th, 2004 02:02 PM
Joey
quote:
jb wrote:
We floridians be stupood!




Come To Joey ....................
December 14th, 2004 02:04 PM
jb "aint no party like a Mr. L party, cos a Mr. L party be cool"
December 14th, 2004 02:09 PM
Joey
quote:
jb wrote:
"aint no party like a Mr. L party, cos a Mr. L party be cool"




CAST

Barbara Bel Geddes .... Eleanor "Miss Ellie" Southworth Ewing Farlow (1978-1984, 1985-1990)

Jim Davis (I) .... John Ross "Jock" Ewing, Sr. (1978-1981)

Patrick Duffy .... Bobby James Ewing (1978-1985, 1986-1991)

Linda Gray (I) .... Sue Ellen Shepard Ewing Lockwood (1978-1989)

Larry Hagman .... John Ross "J.R." Ewing, Jr.

Susan Howard (I) .... Donna Culver Krebbs Dowling (1979-1987)

Steve Kanaly .... Raymond "Ray" Krebbs (1978-1988)

Ken Kercheval .... Clifford "Cliff" Barnes

Victoria Principal .... Pamela Jean Barnes Haynes Ewing (1978-1987)

Donna Reed .... Eleanor "Miss Ellie" Southworth Ewing Farlow (1984-1985)

Charlene Tilton .... Lucy Ewing Cooper (1978-1985, 1988-1990)

December 14th, 2004 02:10 PM
jb Jews?
December 14th, 2004 02:11 PM
Joey
quote:
jb wrote:
Jews?



Yes ! :

http://www.ultimatedallas.com/backstage/behind11.htm

John Beck (II) .... Mark Graison (1983-1984, 1985-1986)

Michael Bell .... Les Crowley (1980-1981)

Stephanie Blackmore .... Serena Wald (1983-1985, 1990)

Lindsay Bloom .... Bonnie Robertson (1982)

Morgan Brittany .... Katherine Wentworth (1981-1984)

Martin E. Brooks .... Edgar Randolph (1983-1984)

James L. Brown .... Detective Harry McSween (1978-1989)

Burke Byrnes .... Pete Adams (1984-1985)

Danone Camden .... Kendall Chapman (1989-1991) (as Danone Simpson)

Joseph Campanella .... Joseph Lombardi Sr. (1988)

Karen Carlson .... Mrs. Scottfield (1987)

Barbara Carrera .... Angelica Nero (1985-1986)

George Chakiris .... Nicholas (1985-1986)

Mark Lindsay Chapman .... Brett Lomax (1988)

Lois Chiles .... Holly Harwood (1982-1984)

Pat Colbert .... Dora Mae (1982-1991)

Jeff Cooper .... Dr. Ellby (1979-1981)

Glenn Corbett .... Paul Morgan (1983-1984, 1986-1988)

Barry Corbin .... Sheriff Fenton Washburn

Mary Crosby .... Kristin Shepard (1979-1981)

Howard Duff .... Sen. Henry Harrison O'Dell (1988)

Barbara Eden .... LeeAnn De La Vega (1990-1991)

Stephen Elliott .... Scotty Demarest (1985)

Joel Fabiani .... Alex Ward (1980-1981)

Fern Fitzgerald .... Marilee Stone (1978-1987)


Susan Flannery .... Leslie Stewart (1981)

Steve Forrest .... Ben Stivers/Wes Parmalee (1986)

Anne Francis (II) .... Arliss Cooper (1981)

Tom Fuccello .... Dave Culver (1979-1982, 1986-1987)

Jeri Gaile .... Rose McKay (1989-1991)

Megan Gallagher .... Louella (1979-1981)

Ted Gehring .... Brady York (1980-1981)

December 14th, 2004 02:33 PM
jb Where's little Gypsy?
December 14th, 2004 02:35 PM
Joey
quote:
jb wrote:
Where's little Gypsy?



" A Sunday night it was. Sunday, April 2, 1978, to be exact. One of the three giant American TV networks, CBS, was finally giving one of its new series ideas a chance to make good. Five episodes only had been ordered - planned, cast, shot and made ready for the usual tussle with the all important ratings. And, well, if it was any good, created a big enough stir, became important enough to sell soap / cars / toys / fridges / fruit juices, better still if it became really so hot that the network could increase their usual advertising rates, chances were it could go to a series. . . a full season, say, of 24 shows later in the year.

Then, they'd take another look at it before considering ordering anymore from Lorimar Productions, the home of The Waltons.

Variety, the big entertainment's trade paper, known as the Bible of Showbiz for the last 76 years, took a look at the new show. Its critic didn't think very much of it. 'A limited series,' he wrote, 'with a limited future.'

Well, you can't win them all. You can't airways spot a potential winner in the great tele-sweepstakes, not from the first episode only.

'You never know with a television series,' said Larry Hagman. 'Either it catches on or it doesn't. It goes through a cycle.' And he knew what he was talking about. He's headlined three series in all: one hit, two flops.

'I never thought this show would go,' he adds. 'But now . . . well, it's gotten kinda hysterical!'

Back in 1978, DALLAS was described quite simply - and as about as quietly as it began on the box - as a series 'of dramatic feuds in the land of the big rich.'

The Dallas team insist the show has nothing to do with capitalism, big oil, rich v. poor, the abuse of power or any social issues at all., (They may be right; there's very (little sign, for instance, of the large Vietnamese population of Dallas in the show). It's just about emotions, say the production team. And as everything in Texas is always said to be larger, 'bigger, huger, than life, so is Texas emotion.

Pretty downright miserable too when you come right down to it J.R is about the only member of the cast to be found smiling . . . and then usually because he's metaphorically stabbed yet another partner, lover, brother, or wife in the back.

'Dallas makes no demands on the system,' says its creator, David Jacobs. He's definitely right there!

We don't.get to hear that much about J.R.'s D:J., in the million column inches the papers have devoted to the series stars, but this David Jacobs is the fellow who dreamed up the Ewings and all that they've done to each other - and to themselves.

Abrasive folk, aren't they? Nothing'cosy and comfy about them. Jock and Miss Ellie, JR and Sue Ellen are far removed from Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham in Happy Days.

The Dallasers are rather more true to life, over dramatic certainly, but almost human and believable.

They're also just about the most despicable American family since Mario Puzo invented the Coreleones in The Godfather. They at least had no option. They were bom into the Mafia. The Ewings chose their path in life.

Jacobs was well-suited to his job as story editor of Family, he had a thing about investigating familial life. He was, for instance, most impressed by Ingmar Bergman's Swedish ' mini-series, Scenes From A Marriage - a mite too strong and true for American audiences. Jacobs wanted to do something similar and was working out some ideas when a CBS telexecutive suggested he move up country a bit; up the social ladder.

'Try something rich,' was the key expression.

Rich meant oil. And so, without ever going to Texas to research the place (a fact which most real~ Dallas citizens moan about, saying he's twisting the truth), Jacobs created the Ewings.

In fact, what he actuality did first was create Pamela Bames, 'this terribly good-looking, semi-trashy lady,' marrying into such a family, J.R. hardly got a smile in, at first. None of the Ewings did. Jacob's first idea was to follow young Pam's faltering steps into a rich, well-healed family nest, being greatly looked down upon and slowly, surely, winning their love and respect.


It was only when filling in the pieces - the background, the people owning and working the ranch - that things got out of hand - sensationally so. 'Then, I had to write a family,' said Jacobs. 'Before I had even got to a script, we had complicated things too much. We had created a ranch hand who brought her to the barbecue where she met Bobby. . .. . We had . decided that the family's father was once partners with her father . . and so on. There were soon just too many people in it to concentrate solely on her:'.

And so it came to pass - and there is something distinctly Biblical . . as well! as Shakespearean in this Ewing brood :Cain and Abel vs Romeo and Juliet - that Bobby . took his new young bride home on April 2 1978 The Ewings hit the roof of Southfork . ...... and let battle commence

Dallas. is was filmed both at Hollywood's MGM studios and on Texas locations in Dallas itself.

Southfork Ranch is really there right enough and owned by a Joe Rand Duncan , its now open for tourists and he sells a turf of land for $25.00.

"I don't know Texas" Admits Jacobs "i was working off the connections and Dallas sounded like pure Texas. I wrote the first draft off the top of my head. I was writing for the image and not really about the place"

What he can`t explain is why the Ewings, one of the richest families in all Dallas still live under the same roof.

Having aired in over 130 countries and people all across the world still tuning into the reruns with a whole new generation of viewers Dallas still goes on as the phenomena is was back in 1978. "



December 14th, 2004 02:42 PM
telecaster No Willie Joe Garr?
December 14th, 2004 02:45 PM
jb Chicago is too long a flight for me....I am a very nervous flyer....the summitt must be held in Boca!!!
December 14th, 2004 02:50 PM
Joey
quote:
jb wrote:
Chicago is too long a flight for me....I am a very nervous flyer....the summitt must be held in Boca!!!




You make Joey sad .


http://www.ultimatedallas.com/victoria/pages/Photo0006_JPG.htm

Joey " Jeb " Ames
[Edited by Joey]
December 14th, 2004 02:53 PM
Joey
quote:
telecaster wrote:
No Willie Joe Garr?



http://www.ultimatedallas.com/victoria/photos.htm
December 14th, 2004 09:17 PM
Soldatti
quote:
Saint Sway wrote:


btw, speaking of wood, I've had some friends that have recorded with Don Was tell me that Don Was is a viagra ADDICT. Orders tons of viagra to the studio and then goes thru the yellow pages and orders a couple of call girls to his room. Its pretty much how he spends most of his nights and then comes into the studio the next day exhausted.



Interesting...
December 15th, 2004 12:29 PM
Saint Sway interesting and TRUE. Was is a viagra freak.

somedays he would come in so exhausted and just nod off and nap at the controls. So they took incriminating pictures of him. They were going to post it online but took the high road instead.
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