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Posted: 26 Jan 05, 08:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Will we ever get the second (or actually third) installment to the Ultimate Collection? 1980s, that is... Just asking... The board is floded with ridiculous ppl asking ridiculous questions and posting ridiculous comments... Could be refreshing and I think IS very anticipated!

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Posted: 26 Jan 05, 09:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes, John, Fenderek is right. We need you!

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Posted: 26 Jan 05, 16:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Absolutely.

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Posted: 27 Jan 05, 09:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Posted: 28 Jan 05, 14:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'm still hoping for a Pre-Queen episode of the Ultimate Collection postings

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Posted: 28 Jan 05, 17:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

PoPPo_G wrote:

I'm still hoping for a Pre-Queen episode of the Ultimate Collection postings


Here is something from John's postings about Pre-Queen

"1970

Sour Milk Sea: Live Various Gigs, Spring 1970
For Information only - does not exist
Line-up: Farrokh Bulsara, Chris Chesney (guitar), Paul Milne (bass), Jeremy Gallop (rhythm guitar), Rob Tyrell (drums).
Randolph Hotel, Oxford Spring 1970
Highfield Parish Hall, Headington 20th March 1970
Temple, Lower Wardour Street, London 28th March 1970

Opposition: Unreleased Beck Studios Acetate
Recorded 1970, Beck Studios, Wellingborough
Vehicle Ides Of March No: 31 June 1970
Transit 3
Sunny Bobby Hebb 1966

Opposition: Live 1970
Line-up: Nigel Bullen, Clive Castledine, Richard Young, John Deacon
You Don't Know
Going To A Go Go
Meeting Over Yonder
Midnight Hour Wilson Pickett No: 12 September 1965
Heatwave
Knock On Wood Eddie Floyd No: 50 February 1967
Hold On I'm Coming Sam & Dave
Something You Got
See Saw
Something About You
I'll Be Doggone
Can't Help Myself
Dancing In The Street Martha Reeves No: 28 October 1964
Headline News
Emergency 999
It's Growing
Ride Your Pony
Land Of 1,000 Dances Wilson Pickett No: 22 September 1966
Key To Love

Opposition: (None John Deacon) Unreleased Acetate
Non-John Deacon/ John Savage - One-sided 7” acetate
Loosen Up Free

Deacon: Live Chelsea College, 21st November 1970
For Information only - does not exist
Line-up: John Deacon (bass), Don Carter (drums), Peter Stoddard (guitar) Albert (guitar),
21st November, Chelsea College, London

Famous Jug Band: Chameleon UK LP
Chameleon (Liberty)
Original LP released on EMI/ Liberty label. 1970.
Produced/Backing vocals Roger Taylor
Sunshine Possibilities CD Extra Tracks:
God Knows
Chameleon"
(c) John S. Stuart :)

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Posted: 28 Jan 05, 22:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

IS it me, or has John been away from here for a while?

Last time i saw him post, it was in several of the newboe threads and he was posting the exact same comments...

Seems that even he may have moved on to other places...hope not! I for one really enjoyed reading his listings. Very informative.

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Posted: 30 Jan 05, 11:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sorry guys - but I now find that this once great site has taken a very drastic nose-dive over the last few weeks.

Once upon a time, I would log-in daily, and enjoy adding comments to the mainly interesting threads, Now I am lucky if I log-in once a week, and I know that I am not the only "regular" who feels this way.

I still feel that I would like to be part of the community, it's just that I feel I have less and less to say to the audience who have hi-jacked the forum and would rather discuss the size of Freddie's tackle - or if John had bigger hair in the 1980's or 1990's.




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Posted: 30 Jan 05, 11:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I completely understand, John, as I feel the same way somewhat. Even with some of my own threads (that rediscover your favorite Queen album and a few others) are generally met with indifference, so I've given up trying to add intelligent things to this forum.

However, I think people are genuinely interested in what you have to say - I know I am - and your threads about the seventies tended to cause a lot of discussion, usually with the older forums-goers. So there's still hope for this site, and you are the one who holds that hope!

With that said, if you're not gonna post 'em here, do you have any plans to post them to QOL?

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Posted: 30 Jan 05, 13:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

That's really very disappointing. I was very much looking forward for more of your posts, John. Unfortunately, nobody can create an environment on a public message board that makes it "worthwhile" for you to post. Too bad.


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Posted: 30 Jan 05, 13:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Lester: With that said, if you're not gonna post 'em here, do you have any plans to post them to QOL?

No: I have no plans to write new bits for QOL. This is my "spiritual" home here, any new material would still be run here first.

YV: "...nobody can create an environment on a public message board that makes it "worthwhile" for you to post..."

Sorry if I appeared rude or "snobbish", but that was not my intent - rather, hopefully the "hijackers" will soon tire and run out of steam and when they do, maybe "regular" service will return to normal.



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Posted: 30 Jan 05, 14:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Amen, John. It's not snobbery, it's anti-stupidity.


You know, good times are now.