Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ere, Apr 17, 2003.
"I know these Steve Hoffman 45s sound great, but can't we just make love?"
"There's nothing like the sound of a Silvertone stereo..."
"I really dig Henry Mancini's music, but why does it always put me to sleep?"
If music be the food of love,
Sing on till I am fill'd with joy;
For then my list'ning soul you move
To pleasures that can never cloy.
Your eyes, your mien, your tongue declare
That you are music ev'rywhere.
Pleasures invade both eye and ear,
So fierce the transports are, they wound,
And all my senses feasted are,
Tho' yet the treat is only sound,
Sure I must perish by your charms,
Unless you save me in your arms.
Colonel Henry Heveningham
All theat time spent with Uncle Albert paid off.
All the best - Andrew
"That test pressing you're giving away sounds wonderful, Steve....what was your wife's name again?"
"Is that 200g vinyl, or are you just glad to see me?"
"I'm sorry Joe...did you say something about a hitting streak?"
Can't think of a clever caption, but you'd think Marilyn would know better than to paw that LP like that [or is she spinnin' 78s?].
Where did you go Joe DiMaggio?
Heck, I'd let her grope my DCC golds
if she were at my house in that outfit!
That was wonderful Mr.President...I'm so drowsy...
Out for coffee
"Oh! hello Mr. Attorney General....."
I've got that picture in 3-D, as well as some others of Marilyn. It's from a book titled "3-D Hollywood" and it contains photos taken in 3-D by Harold Lloyd. Neat stuff.
I think I'd have to say, "Marilyn, sweetie? You know we don't touch our albums like that, we hold the edges, with our fingertips. Here, let me show you how."
Then I'd carefully remove the album from her delicate hands and run it over to the cleaning machine to rinse the Martini Marilyn was drinking off of it. Then I'd suavely mix a new batch of fresh Martinis for Marilyn and myself, loosen up my smoking jacket, light a Lucky Strike for her, then put on a Perez Prado LP, and mambo, baby, mambo!
No Miss Monroe, I didn't say grab my disc, I said grab my di**.
Is that my "Breast of Marilyn Monroe" album you're holding??
Mmmm. Nice rack. Er...book rack, that is.
No caption but I can tell how much I appreciate the picture.I'm gonna save it right along with the picture of Steve's McIntosh and Marantz tube gear.
Yup! and Johnny says to Bobby;...I put a ton of it in her drink and she's still standing! Geez, Better do her before she goes...I left the empty on her nightstand...
Good captions, guys
The book of Harold Lloyd's stereographic photography from which this photo is taken is OOP, but I found one place that has new copies for $29.95, including the 3-D viewer! :
Reel 3-D Enterprises, Inc.
Lloyd was present at the famous Phillipe Halsman photo sessions with Marilyn and there are several very nice portraits of her from that day. I also like this one:
"This is Steve Hoffman mastering? Mmmm! - delicious"
Yes! Mmmm! The -CREAM- of the crop...
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