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  • PT Jazzfest thread is where the pros hangout

    https://www.phantasytour.com/bands/p...ge-festival-xl

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    Want inside info? Expert analysis? Heady drug scavenger hunts?

    that's where you want to be.

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    Well, at least you can admit your shame, nuggertuts.

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    • #3
      That's why we're here:

      "They stashed them away in a basement, called them amateurs."

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      • #4
        ha...ha...reading that board is to funny...hell everyone gets their info from some place...

        thanks for playing..

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Lit View Post
          That's why we're here:

          "They stashed them away in a basement, called them amateurs."
          Did you read the book?

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          • #6
            Jesus.
            I thought this place was full of weirdos...but that is a whole other level.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by innertube View Post

              Did you read the book?
              The book about Joey Gallo? No. Is it any good?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Lit View Post
                That's why we're here:

                "They stashed them away in a basement, called them amateurs."
                King of the streets. Child of clay.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Lit View Post


                  The book about Joey Gallo? No. Is it any good?
                  correct...The Mad Ones....can't remember what sent me there...I liked it...from the read you can see where the Godfather movies came from and also the Sopranos...kind of like around here...how much is
                  original thought...ha...ha...I knew about him from Dylan's song of course...perhaps I saw something on the TV or reread something about Dylan...??

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                  • #10
                    The Mad Ones is a pretty good book, except for the premise/title, which comes from Kerouac's tale of Neal Cassady from On the Road (the only ones for me are the mad ones, mad to live, etc, etc). The notion of Gallo as beatnik is unconvincing, except maybe as compared to other mafiosos. Still a good read if you're into gangster stuff.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Lit View Post


                      The book about Joey Gallo? No. Is it any good?
                      I've eaten at Umberto's Clam House, where Crazy Joe got whacked (or was that some other gangster?) Ever since then, i always try to sit facing the front door.....

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by revjimk View Post

                        I've eaten at Umberto's Clam House, where Crazy Joe got whacked (or was that some other gangster?) Ever since then, i always try to sit facing the front door.....
                        Yep, that was Crazy Joe.

                        After I posted the reference upthread, I decided to give "Joey" a listen on the drive to and from lunch. Man what an epic. You feel like you just watched a great movie or finished a great book by the time you are at the end. And Dylan is at his peak in terms of delivering the lines.

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                        • #13
                          Lets not forget Jacques Levy who cowrote the song.

                          What time is it? said the judge to Joey when they met
                          Five to ten, said Joey, the judge says, that's exactly what you get

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Lit View Post

                            Yep, that was Crazy Joe.

                            After I posted the reference upthread, I decided to give "Joey" a listen on the drive to and from lunch. Man what an epic. You feel like you just watched a great movie or finished a great book by the time you are at the end. And Dylan is at his peak in terms of delivering the lines.
                            Really? You like an ode to a bloodthirsty killer ?.... even by Mafia standards (that why they called him "Crazy")

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by revjimk View Post

                              Really? You like an ode to a bloodthirsty killer ?.... even by Mafia standards (that why they called him "Crazy")
                              Yes, really. I love the song.

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