THE HIPPIE BAR - SURIN

Discussion in 'Live music venues in Surin.' started by Cent, Feb 22, 2018.

  1. Ivor the Engine

    Ivor the Engine Nowhere man

    Make love not war, man!


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  2. nomad97

    nomad97 Ordinary member Staff Member

    And be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.
     
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  3. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Founding Father

     
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  4. Ivor the Engine

    Ivor the Engine Nowhere man




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    nomad97 Ordinary member Staff Member

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  7. Wombat

    Wombat Cannot re - Member

    This one.
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  8. Wombat

    Wombat Cannot re - Member

    No, I was in Oz.
     
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  9. nomad97

    nomad97 Ordinary member Staff Member

    I was 17 years old in 1965 - the Beatles, Stones, Seekers and so, so many more great bands and solo artists. Flower power, hippies, mods and rockers and the dawn of the mini-skirt. What a great time to be 17! A never to be repeated era of fantastic songs and music. Now its all K-pop and the like - not too bad either. :D:D:D





     
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  10. FranzD.

    FranzD. Guest

    Sex sells...
     
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  11. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Founding Father

    In that case..

     
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  12. Cent

    Cent FORUM SPONSOR


    Both I guess. LOL
     
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  13. Yorky

    Yorky Surin Founding Father

    Or Hippy Hippy Shake?

     
  14. FranzD.

    FranzD. Guest

    This was the time, I had my first tape-recorder. Around 1963, I think.
    Great times. In Germany always listening and recording to/from AmericanForcesNetwork, Radio Luxemburg and Radio Caroline...

    And later, 68, I was 6 weeks in London. Many times in the Wardour-Street in the Marquee-Club!
     
  15. FranzD.

    FranzD. Guest

    @Yorky:
    Oh mother dear, I'm over here, and I'm never going back.
    What keeps me here is a rake o' beer, the wimmin and the craic. (Crack?)

    :anguished:
     
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  16. Yorky

    Yorky Surin Founding Father

    Pronounced "crack" yes.
     
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  17. Coffee

    Coffee Surin Dinosaur

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  18. Prakhonchai Nick

    Prakhonchai Nick Surin Founding Father

    Pronounced crack, but not the crack cocaine to which the word more ususally refers today.

    Craic is an Irish-English word that in the Irish (Gaelic) language is spelled craic (though still pronounced crack). Craic means fun, or a good time, especially among a group of friends. It doesn't refer to drugs.
     
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  19. Yorky

    Yorky Surin Founding Father

  20. Wombat

    Wombat Cannot re - Member

    Maybe. THAT PERSON WAS HOLDING A CAN OF CARLTON DRAUGHT AND A CAN OF MELBOURNE BITTER ONLY BECAUSE HE COULD NOT GET VB IN NSW. HE WAS ALSO SMOKING A MARLBORO.
     
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