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post #796 of 1879
Quote:
Originally Posted by chorse123
Ahmet Ertegun?

Wrote it, yeah. I'm not sure he ever sang it

Ray Charles' version is what most people are familiar w/ (see 'Trains, Planes & Automobiles'), I think, but many others (e.g. Dr. John, Chubby Checker) have covered it....
post #797 of 1879
Quote:
Originally Posted by romafan
Wrote it, yeah. I'm not sure he ever sang it

Ray Charles' version is what most people are familiar w/ (see 'Trains, Planes & Automobiles'), I think, but many others (e.g. Dr. John, Chubby Checker) have covered it....
I always thought Charles wrote it.

A.
post #798 of 1879
Quote:
Originally Posted by Claudio
Me this morn



excuse the mess around me

Ciao Claudio...

I feel better now when I see the mess around my own desk
post #799 of 1879
post #800 of 1879
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Originally Posted by lakewolf
Ciao Claudio...

I feel better now when I see the mess around my own desk


post #801 of 1879
Here's me
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post #802 of 1879
Quote:
Originally Posted by My View2
Here's me

Nice suit. I have a Polo almost identical but lighter.

Is your watch a Reverso?
post #803 of 1879
Summing up the weekend: Opening of the national annual art salon Friday night. Wore the tweed suit from this thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=19509 (will post a better photo in that thread when I get around to having some better photos taken): Suit described, John Smedley turtleneck and Barker cap-toes in black. Then picnic in the park with gf on Saturday afternoon, after a deservedly steep morning: Nudie RRDS, T-shirt from my favourite bar at university, and Salvation Army sport jacket in a discreet tartan pattern...American Optical sunglasses. Today, was walking around town in what may be the last weekend of really nice early autumn weather here, watching some balloon race or festival (do they actually race them? Looks good fun.) Had mediocre brunch outside, read a stack of newspapers. Shoes, cufflinks and watch appropriated from my dad, T&A mini-houndstooth red and white shirt (looks pink from a distance), and Valentino black sweater with red insides (is that what is called double-knit?). Old black Ray-Bans, I think it's an old skiing model called Cats, - they're something like a slimmed-down version of the Wayfarers. Vuarnet had an identical model.
post #804 of 1879
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Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
Summing up the weekend: Opening of the national annual art salon Friday night. Wore the tweed suit from this thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=19509 (will post a better photo in that thread when I get around to having some better photos taken): Suit described, John Smedley turtleneck and Barker cap-toes in black. Then picnic in the park with gf on Saturday afternoon, after a deservedly steep morning: Nudie RRDS, T-shirt from my favourite bar at university, and Salvation Army sport jacket in a discreet tartan pattern...American Optical sunglasses. Today, was walking around town in what may be the last weekend of really nice early autumn weather here, watching some balloon race or festival (do they actually race them? Looks good fun.) Had mediocre brunch outside, read a stack of newspapers. Shoes, cufflinks and watch appropriated from my dad, T&A mini-houndstooth red and white shirt (looks pink from a distance), and Valentino black sweater with red insides (is that what is called double-knit?). Old black Ray-Bans, I think it's an old skiing model called Cats, - they're something like a slimmed-down version of the Wayfarers. Vuarnet had an identical model.
You have just won this thread.
post #805 of 1879
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Originally Posted by j
You have just won this thread.
Um...thanks! Any prizes? (I'm absolutely willing to step down for Connemara's female bodyguards, though)
post #806 of 1879
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
T&A mini-houndstooth red and white shirt (looks pink from a distance)
Nice shirt! I've never seen anything like it.
post #807 of 1879
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
Summing up the weekend:

Opening of the national annual art salon Friday night. Wore the tweed suit from this thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=19509 (will post a better photo in that thread when I get around to having some better photos taken):



Suit described, John Smedley turtleneck and Barker cap-toes in black.

Then picnic in the park with gf on Saturday afternoon, after a deservedly steep morning:



Nudie RRDS, T-shirt from my favourite bar at university, and Salvation Army sport jacket in a discreet tartan pattern...American Optical sunglasses.

Today, was walking around town in what may be the last weekend of really nice early autumn weather here, watching some balloon race or festival (do they actually race them? Looks good fun.) Had mediocre brunch outside, read a stack of newspapers.





Shoes, cufflinks and watch appropriated from my dad, T&A mini-houndstooth red and white shirt (looks pink from a distance), and Valentino black sweater with red insides (is that what is called double-knit?). Old black Ray-Bans, I think it's an old skiing model called Cats, - they're something like a slimmed-down version of the Wayfarers. Vuarnet had an identical model.

Tough act to follow!
post #808 of 1879
Lucky Strike, Great style!
post #809 of 1879


WOW! very nice suit

Nice combo on the sweater, and the square matches very nicely. WOW!
post #810 of 1879
Thank you all for kind words!
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