Theatre Organ: Rondo in G. Dave Wickerham plays the 4/20 Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Organ at Denver’s Paramount Theatre. The event: “Footloose II” sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Chapter American Theatre Organ Society. For more info: www.RMCATOS.org Rondo in G attributed to John Bull, arranged by Richard Ellsasser.
any suggestions would be appreciated. I have also tried several home improvement stores with no luck…
My fiance and I have this church that we like almost everything about. However, she says that the carpet color doesn’t match any of the colors she would want for our wedding. Is there not a way to hide the carpet or de-emphasize it somehow so that the colors wouldn’t clash?
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One of my coworkers invited me to his small church. I haven’t come out as gay to anyone in the church yet, but I am interested to know whether a future in that church is possible. Looking at the archive of the pastor’s sermons, none of them mention LGBT issues, so I cannot answer my question in that fashion.
Any ideas on how to discreetly figure this out?
How did the church initially react to the printing and dissemination of Luther’s 95 Theses in Wittenberg? Why did they have such a strong appeal in Germany?
www.myspace.com Alright, alright, this song has been covered to death, and there’s hundreds of great versions on youtube; but i like the way this one came out, minus the few clams on the guitar (i should slow down sometimes check out for Yves drums solo at the end. he doesn’t like making them, so he keeps them short, but they’re always cool!! for those of you wondering what rotating device i’m using to get that Fender Vibratone sound; i’m using an TC Eletronic Chorus Flanger set at PM (pitch modulator) with the speed set quite high for that “faux Leslie” sound, and an analogman modded SD-9 (Sonic Distortion).