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Old 12-18-2007, 11:27 AM   #1
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Default GEORGE HAMILTON IV: Long Thin Dawn (1969)

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Old 12-18-2007, 04:41 PM   #2
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A superb find J_J I have always wanted to hear what GH4's version sounded like. Nice video too (somebody has obviously been watching our Tom's stonewall vidstories)

I have previously spouted on at length on how to save youtube videos and referred everybody time and time again to my tutorial at:- http://www.johnfowles.org.uk/Tutoria...s_tutorial.htm
in which I did say:-
"it seemed to me to be patently obvious that the video
file that very slowly downloads when using a dial-up connection, which was meanwhile viewable in "fits and starts", must be somewhere on ones hard drive because as soon as it has downloaded you are immediately invited to "watch it again" but no amount of searching would reveal where that file actually was."
I went on to describe a variety of programs to save any video most of which mysteriously decided to stop working soon after I had grown to depend on them. Fortunately my surfing led me to a tutorial on youtube itself, which although specifically referring to google videos (probably to evade the youtube police) works with youtube and presumably any such streaming /replayable video file at:-


Which shows how to find the elusive files (in the temporary cache folder on ones hard drive) using in this case Internet Exploder.

I have now written another of my famous illustrated tutorials showing exactly how to do that very feat
irregardless of whether you are blesed with a fast broadband connection or are saddled with an unacceptably tardy dial up
please now take a look at:-
http://www.simpleyoutube.notlong.com

should anybody run into any problems or have any questions please ask
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Old 12-18-2007, 10:28 PM   #3
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Very Good indeed John, glad you enjoyed George Hamilton IV. I have an LP of him singing 10 Lightfoot song. Saw him in concert in 1974 in Cap-Pele, NB. tickets were $2.50.


http://www.secondhandsongs.com/cgi/m...694&sort=title

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