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Wrong, as usual. Jelly is a pudding (not jello), wiggles around, eaten with fruit and whatever. Very yummy. Whereas, I think you are confusing 'jam' with jelly? Jam is what you spread on bread and what have you. Also very yummy, but not when mixed with peanut butter. Yuck!  

Originally posted by MonkeyC on Wed 30 May, 2018

Also can be eaten with Ice Cream, which is a younger kids party favourite :)

#3372 Posted Wed 30 May, 2018 2:23 pm

My goodness, Eurpoeans are sooooo confused about American foods.  Hence why ya'll like Marmite - talk about Yuck, haha!!!  foot-in-mouth

Originally posted by RAVEN on Wed 30 May, 2018

Yep, Marmite you either love it or hate it (like a lot of things I guess).......

#3373 Posted Wed 30 May, 2018 2:24 pm

I freakin' LOVE this song & video!  Haven't heard it in ages.  :)

Originally posted by RAVEN on Wed 30 May, 2018

Never actually heard it before......... it’s quite crazy :)

#3374 Posted Wed 30 May, 2018 2:25 pm

Never actually heard it before......... it’s quite crazy :)

Originally posted by Vuya on Wed 30 May, 2018

Pig Nugent... lol

#3375 Posted Wed 30 May, 2018 2:30 pm
Haha........ I saw Ted Nugent once, a long, long time ago, my ears still hurt :)
#3376 Posted Wed 30 May, 2018 4:06 pm
Not Really a favourite song but an Album, everyone has heard of Tommy Emmanual. When I was growing up and going to the local Pubs to watch bands everyone here knew of Tommy's older brother Phil the Whiz and the band Gold Rush with Tommy on drums. Phil plays with more conviction on electric than Tommy ever did and could make those Fender amps feed into luscious overdrive at will. I've linked it to 16:59 to the song, "Desert Wind", the solo demonstrates Phil's ability to take a solo and run amok with genuine emotion that can only come from one who can make the guitar talk with a sonic excellence that elicits emotion no one can deny.
#3455 Posted Sat 21 Jul, 2018 11:00 pm
Not Really a favourite song but an Album, everyone has heard of Tommy Emmanual. When I was growing up and going to the local Pubs to watch bands everyone here knew of Tommy's older brother Phil the Whiz and the band Gold Rush with Tommy on drums. Phil plays with more conviction on electric than Tommy ever did and could make those Fender amps feed into luscious overdrive at will. I've linked it to 16:59 to the song, "Desert Wind", the solo demonstrates Phil's ability to take a solo and run amok with genuine emotion that can only come from one who can make the guitar talk with a sonic excellence that elicits emotion no one can deny.

Originally posted by GoodVibes on Sat 21 Jul, 2018

Good stuff, Andrew! I can hear how this style has certainly influenced your playing. ;-)

#3457 Posted Tue 24 Jul, 2018 4:50 pm
Not Really a favourite song but an Album, everyone has heard of Tommy Emmanual. When I was growing up and going to the local Pubs to watch bands everyone here knew of Tommy's older brother Phil the Whiz and the band Gold Rush with Tommy on drums. Phil plays with more conviction on electric than Tommy ever did and could make those Fender amps feed into luscious overdrive at will. I've linked it to 16:59 to the song, "Desert Wind", the solo demonstrates Phil's ability to take a solo and run amok with genuine emotion that can only come from one who can make the guitar talk with a sonic excellence that elicits emotion no one can deny.

Originally posted by GoodVibes on Sat 21 Jul, 2018

First impressions on hearing a new thing...great mix, tasty drumming, incredible banjo playing, impressive guitar work...impressive musicianship overall! Thanks for sharing, Andrew. :)

p.s. The prices for this LP on ebay are HIGH!

#3463 Posted Wed 25 Jul, 2018 6:32 pm

Good stuff, Andrew! I can hear how this style has certainly influenced your playing. ;-)

Originally posted by DrewRoss on Tue 24 Jul, 2018

Funny you may be right, listening affects us more than we think. I never worked out there music, it always appered unattainable back then, a little too mature for this young guitarist. Goes to show, we are what we eat or in this case listen to.

#3464 Posted Thu 26 Jul, 2018 2:41 pm

First impressions on hearing a new thing...great mix, tasty drumming, incredible banjo playing, impressive guitar work...impressive musicianship overall! Thanks for sharing, Andrew. :)

p.s. The prices for this LP on ebay are HIGH!

Originally posted by KevinHartnell on Wed 25 Jul, 2018

The prices for this LP on ebay are HIGH!

Maybe this helps if your interested. https://www.philemmanuel.com.au/product/phil-emmanuel-gold-rush/

converted from Yankee dollars should see this next to nothing.

"great mix,"

I can tell you after seeing them live back then that the mix begins with the musicians, when they know what they're doing as do these dudes, well the mixer has most of his battle done.

The more I record the more I realise that fixing it in the mix is the hard way, best to re-record and do it right.

#3465 Posted Thu 26 Jul, 2018 2:46 pm
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