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 on: Today at 03:54 PM 
Started by klimchak - Last post by klimchak
On ebay now:

http://m.ebay.com/itm/Yamaha-YSL-640-Trombone-/253099718118?hash=item3aedeb35e6%3Ag%3AmecAAOSwlthZlPDC&_trkparms=pageci%253Ad5f47afd-839e-11e7-9ed1-74dbd18060c6%257Cparentrq%253Af266764e15d0a847a5201052fffbbbde%257Ciid%253A1

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 on: Today at 03:47 PM 
Started by Full Pedal Trombonist - Last post by Matt K
I think you need to change the permissions on your pictures. I can't see them and your img tags seem to be formatted okay. Interested in seeing what you cooked up!

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 on: Today at 03:41 PM 
Started by Hmb - Last post by BillO
Come on Bill, what has 'need' got to do with it?  Playing with my new Stork Custom T3 mp.  Ebay for $10 Cdn!
We need to be able to by trombone stuff without having a need to.

Good price!

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 on: Today at 03:39 PM 
Started by BillO - Last post by BillO
Secular ethics is a branch of moral philosophy in which ethics is based solely on human faculties such as logic, empathy, reason or moral intuition, and not derived from supernatural revelation or guidance—the source of ethics in many religions. Is it not immoral to start a war based on economics?
Maybe, but what has this to do with being able to develop a sound set of morals and ethics without God or religion?

See my previous reply to Bob.  I'm sure that delusion will work for you too.

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 on: Today at 03:36 PM 
Started by Klwklwmom - Last post by mr.deacon
How much are looking to spend?

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 on: Today at 03:34 PM 
Started by BillO - Last post by BillO
Of sort? You're either Roman Catholic or you're not. Hitler may have been raised that way but converted to secularism. So no he was not Catholic.
Your claim, not his.

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 on: Today at 03:33 PM 
Started by BillO - Last post by BillO
Except... when it comes to bad things that violate said ethics... those secular ethics are no where to be found.
Neither are the religious ethics.

It seems you and ronkny want to talk about ethical behavior rather than ethics.  I would have been okay with that, and it would have been the next step in the discussion but after how this last discussion has gone, I'm not wanting to go there.

So, Bob what part of I'm done with this are you not getting?

Never mind, I'll make it easy for you and complete your delusion for you:

All deadly violence is started by people that claim secular ethics.

No deadly violence has ever been perpetrated by any person identifying with a religion or claiming religious ethics.

No deadly violence has ever been started for economic reasons by any person identifying with a religion or claiming religious ethics.

We good now?

 18 
 on: Today at 03:27 PM 
Started by HoldenWelch007 - Last post by oslide
I fear this thread has strayed somewhat beyond the typical "beginner and returning trombonist"  Amazed :D

Well, OP started talking about high D. Maybe we could be exceptionally clement because the contributions are REALLY cool.   Good!

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 on: Today at 03:25 PM 
Started by HoldenWelch007 - Last post by Torobone
As I understand it, Frank Sinatra re-recorded a lot of his Capitol output went he started his own label, Reprise. The version that you're looking for is not from the original "Songs For Swinging Lovers" album on Capital, but a re-recording, try the Reprise version.

Actually, I have the version I'm referring to on a CD. I found the Reprise version online, but that wasn't what I what I was trying to find. If you know to what I'm referring, please post the link. Thanks.

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 on: Today at 03:21 PM 
Started by HoldenWelch007 - Last post by Pre59
I went looking unsuccessfully for a link to Milt Bernhart's version of the solo in Sinatra's "I've Got You Under My Skin". It's the version where the soloist tongues 16th notes on a high F#  . I think it is by far the best version of this solo, although I did find many other versions on youtube and dailymotion.


As I understand it, Frank Sinatra re-recorded a lot of his Capitol output went he started his own label, Reprise. The version that you're looking for is not from the original "Songs For Swinging Lovers" album on Capital, but a re-recording, try the Reprise version.

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