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Link WONT open up! :(, a blue cube appears.

Posted on 10 years ago
#111
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It was a lead on a mount for antipodes but he's onto it now so I'll delete the post..

Cheers

'77 Slingerland 51N,Super Rock 24,18,14,13.. COW 8,10 Concert toms
'69 Slingerland Hollywood Ace
'75 Rogers Dynasonic 6.5 x 14, 10 lug COB
'77-78 Slingerland 6.5 x 14, 10 lug COB
'78-79 Slingerland 5 1/4 x14 8 lug COB
'79 Biman 5 1/4, Acrolite
'82 Slingerland 5 1/4 x 14. Festival COS
'84 Tama MasterCraft Superstar 6.5 x 14, 10 lug Rosewood
'98 Slingerland (Music YO) 6" 10 Lug Maple.. NOS
Zildjian, Sabian , UFIP & Paiste mix.
Posted on 10 years ago
#112
Posts: 3464 Threads: 115
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Re the Rogers Dynasonic Tag reproductions..

See link to the thread..

http://www.vintagedrumforum.com/showthread.php?t=44546&highlight=tags

A good quantity of these tags are now in my possession in Sydney.. If you require some please just P/M or email me and I'll get them straight in the mail for you..

Cheers

John

'77 Slingerland 51N,Super Rock 24,18,14,13.. COW 8,10 Concert toms
'69 Slingerland Hollywood Ace
'75 Rogers Dynasonic 6.5 x 14, 10 lug COB
'77-78 Slingerland 6.5 x 14, 10 lug COB
'78-79 Slingerland 5 1/4 x14 8 lug COB
'79 Biman 5 1/4, Acrolite
'82 Slingerland 5 1/4 x 14. Festival COS
'84 Tama MasterCraft Superstar 6.5 x 14, 10 lug Rosewood
'98 Slingerland (Music YO) 6" 10 Lug Maple.. NOS
Zildjian, Sabian , UFIP & Paiste mix.
Posted on 10 years ago
#113
Posts: 3464 Threads: 115
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I often See "Dawn" detergent recommended here for cleaning up Chrome.. Until now I had not found it sold in OZ. Whilst cleaning out a kitchen cupboard I found a mailbox sample of Dawn (vintage not known).. I contacted the supplier and found that Dawn is now marketed in OZ as " Fairy " both in liquid and tablet form. The supplier tells me it is exactly the same formula...

"Fairy" branded products are available from Coles supermarkets...

Cheers

John

'77 Slingerland 51N,Super Rock 24,18,14,13.. COW 8,10 Concert toms
'69 Slingerland Hollywood Ace
'75 Rogers Dynasonic 6.5 x 14, 10 lug COB
'77-78 Slingerland 6.5 x 14, 10 lug COB
'78-79 Slingerland 5 1/4 x14 8 lug COB
'79 Biman 5 1/4, Acrolite
'82 Slingerland 5 1/4 x 14. Festival COS
'84 Tama MasterCraft Superstar 6.5 x 14, 10 lug Rosewood
'98 Slingerland (Music YO) 6" 10 Lug Maple.. NOS
Zildjian, Sabian , UFIP & Paiste mix.
Posted on 10 years ago
#114
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> "Fairy" branded products are available from Coles supermarkets...

Bring a plain brown paper bag with you so that no other men see you leaving the store with something named, Fairy!

LOL

Dawn does work! Been using it for years. Soak parts overnight and rust is gonzo. Doesn't harm the chrome or metal.

Do you believe in Fairies?

John

Too many great drums to list here!

http://www.walbergandauge.com/VintageVenue.htm
Posted on 10 years ago
#115
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Australian musicians are mourning the unexpected loss of jazz great Kerrie Biddell last week. Kerrie was an vocalist and teacher, most recently at The NSW Conservatorium of Music in Sydney. She was an incredible singer, with an encyclopaedic knowledge of jazz and other forms of contemporary music. Kerrie could sight sing, read any chart and hear a wrong note or chord instantly. She was funny, witty, humble and just as comfortable discussing Art Blakey as Billie Holiday. Every time she was around, music and musicians became that much more exciting and important. Although we didn’t share a stage many times (her bands were jazz ensembles of frightening capability) I had the pleasure of recording her and the intonation and purity of her voice was astounding. We taught together for quite a few years and the way she taught singing was really inspiring. I feel very fortunate to have seen her at two of my gigs last month, where she turned up with charts and CD’s of hard to get vinyl as gifts for the whole band. This kind of thing was not unusual, but since she suffered very badly from rheumatoid arthritis her entire life and had difficulty getting around it was even more special. Kerrie was much loved and and will be sorely missed. kerrie had not performed much in recent times but this clip something of what she could bring to a song. Taken from a popular daytime TV show in the 1980’s, it also features Julian Lee on piano, an incredible musician who arranged the song. Vale Kerrie Biddell.

[ame]http://youtu.be/Cr2b-JoI9c4[/ame]

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Posted on 9 years ago
#116
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And Alan Turnbull as well. Not been a great week for Australian jazz....

Posted on 9 years ago
#117
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Hey does anyone happen to have one of these badges spare?

[IMG]http://i146.photobucket.com/albums/r255/crows97/IMG_1161.jpg[/IMG]

Cant find any in Adelaide

Posted on 9 years ago
#118
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hi all,very interested as well,rob.

Posted on 9 years ago
#119
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Hey guys if any of you are in sydney or brisbane, my band is playing on the 23rd January at the Oxford art factory in sydney and 24th at the beetle bar in brisbane. Come down and check us out. Be nice to have a yarn in person :)

Posted on 9 years ago
#120
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