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    “John Belushi was an extreme experience even by my standards.” -KR

    Coming from Keef, I'd consider that a great compliment.

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    Dave Byrne and Brian Eno

    Dave Byrne and Brian Eno
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    My best friend and I noticed this when we were young and first got "Exit Stage Left" from Rush.

    You can see the back of the stage monitor with an "E-Series" in it. Very hard to see if you have the CD cover but if you have the Album cover then it is a very good shot!
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    Always fun learning more.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuniorJBL View Post
    My best friend and I noticed this when we were young and first got "Exit Stage Left" from Rush.

    You can see the back of the stage monitor with an "E-Series" in it. Very hard to see if you have the CD cover but if you have the Album cover then it is a very good shot!
    Ah-ha! Yet another example how vinyl is better than digital...

    And hey, what's that in David Byrne's ear in the above photo? Too early for bluetooth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuniorJBL View Post
    Very hard to see
    fortunately it seems that some alu domes can be seen from that pic

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    Unhappy recently passed away BOBBY WOMACK with KEITH and RONNIE

    we can see at the bottom right the JBL112

    Name:  KEITH RONNIE et BOBBY WOMACK.jpg
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    thx fabrice11 for pic




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    Quote Originally Posted by ratitifb View Post
    with KEITH and RONNIE...

    we can see at the bottom right the JBL112
    I just watched A Clockwork Orange again.

    In the extras they mentioned that if Malcom McDowell had not been available for the film, Mick Jagger would have been asked. And the Stones would have been cast as the Droogies.

    In a letter uncovered this week, we learn of the Clockwork Orange conceived back before Stanley Kubrick came on board and made his film with Malcolm McDowell. It reveals that Mick Jagger wanted to play the psychotic thug Alex, while the Beatles were interested in providing the soundtrack.

    http://www.theguardian.com/film/2008...erollingstones
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratitifb View Post
    we can see at the bottom right the JBL112

    Name:  KEITH RONNIE et BOBBY WOMACK.jpg
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    thx fabrice11 for pic



    And on the left, against the wall you can see one of the front grilles

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post

    In a letter uncovered this week, we learn of the Clockwork Orange conceived back before Stanley Kubrick came on board and made his film with Malcolm McDowell. It reveals that Mick Jagger wanted to play the psychotic thug Alex, while the Beatles were interested in providing the soundtrack.

    http://www.theguardian.com/film/2008...erollingstones

    Now that might have been cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LowPhreak View Post
    Now that might have been cool.
    Legends of the Jagger ...
    One legend has it that he was going to be in Fitzcarraldo ...
    Wikipedia:
    Casting of the film was difficult. Jason Robards was originally cast in the title role, but he became ill with dysentery during early filming. After leaving for treatment, he was forbidden by his doctors to return. Herzog considered casting Jack Nicholson, or playing the role of Fitzcarraldo himself, before Klaus Kinski accepted the role. Herzog had done considerable film work with Kinski. By that point, forty percent of shooting with Robards was complete. For continuity, Herzog had to begin a total reshoot with Kinski. Mick Jagger was originally cast as Fitzcarraldo's assistant Wilbur, but due to the delays, his shooting schedule expired. He departed to tour with the Rolling Stones. Herzog dropped Jagger's character from the script altogether as he reshot the film from the beginning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    In a letter uncovered this week, we learn of the Clockwork Orange conceived back before Stanley Kubrick came on board and made his film with Malcolm McDowell. It reveals that Mick Jagger wanted to play the psychotic thug Alex, while the Beatles were interested in providing the soundtrack.

    http://www.theguardian.com/film/2008...erollingstones
    Much as i enjoy The Beatles, cannot imagine anything that they could possibly do that would be better than LVB's 9/4 or The Thieving Magpie ..etc.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Clock...nge_%28film%29

    The soundtrack to A Clockwork Orange features mostly classical music selections and Moog synthesizer compositions by Walter Carlos
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    Bob Marley at Tuff Gong records

    These jbl monitors may have been exposed to more ganja smoke than any others in history. This is Bob and his crew at Tuff Gong records around 79/80

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    ..Bob getting into the tunes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6iPqX55K2o

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    They look like 4343(B)WX and 4311(B)WX to me.

    I've seen that desk before, scorpion?

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    I am not sur if it's 70s or 80s but it looks like a ALTEC JBL combo ?

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    Don't quote me... ...seriously...



    Tommy Chong 4311




    Kravitz slips into the "80's" by one year.




    And if Altec isn't considered a thread hijack (I'm new & rather fond of Altec), Fab 4 & 612c that also had a Duplex. I've read discussion that the 612's use is to blame for the 'floppy bass' on Beatles' recordings.




    John (& 'her') doesn't look offended by the Altecs. Even after a few years.




    Jimi & 1204?




    Looks like Elvis, but it's identified as Cash, and I think that could be a 2353.




    Marley & a 2395?




    Biaz & a plethora of vintage JBL sound reinforcement for the house. (Anyone identify the stage monitors? I thought JBL, but Yamaha had a similar sized horn.)




    SRV & Guy with a possible 4560.




    Plum wore "Harvest" out.

    Thanx for the resource, and for allowing me to join in. Cool thread.

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