TEN YEARS AFTER - CLEVELAND 1972

January 24, 2020 – 5:24 am

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TEN YEARS AFTER
Cleveland 1972 [Joe Ray’s Master, 1CD]

Live at the Public Hall, Cleveland, OH; October 8, 1972. Fair audience recording. Slightly boomy.

Thanks to JoeRay and mjk5510 for sharing the show at Dime.

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Known Faults:
- Standing At The Station: end cut

We are very excited to announce a new master series in partnership with longtime taper and dime member “JoeRay”. A musician himself, Joe Ray began taping shows in the late 1960s (Jimi Hendrix in Cleveland) and continues to this day. Along the way we plan on releasing shows uncirculated and re-visiting shows that have circulated from unknown generations. Both vintage shows and modern era shows will be forthcoming with most being released in both hi-res and standard editions regardless of the overall quality to stay uniform and Joe wanted to ensure everyone has an opportunity to grab the best quality possible.

We kick off the series with what appears to be a completely uncirculated show from Alvin Lee and Ten Years After at the Public Hall in Cleveland, OH. Internet searches provide no results for circulating audio of this performance.

Joe Ray provides more details around the atmosphere: “The date was October 8, 1972 and I was sitting 5th row center at Cleveland’s famed Public Hall for the sold out concert featuring Alvin Lee and Ten Years After. Opening the concert was Black Oak Arkansas. This, like most concerts of the time was produced by Jules and Mike Belkin (The Belkin Bros). I recorded the concert using a Philips Box cassette recorder (mono), a Memorex cassette tape, and a AKG-D1000E microphone. The concert was one of the loudest I remember from the day. Alvin lee played his famed Gibson ES-335 Guitar which he bought second hand in 1964 Nottingham, England with the peace symbol sticker on it. He was wearing a purple jersey with the Fillmore West name on it’s front. Audience was well behaved and sat for the concert except for the encore.”

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Please note the call-out regarding it “was one of the loudest I remember from the day”. I’ve read that the AKG Acoustics D1000E mic handled loud noises much better than quiet. This is fully on display in that even though Joe Ray taped from the 5th row the music never overwhelms the recording.

It is a mono recording and we’ve done our best to center the soundstage. There is some hiss to the recording, possibly a result of the more lo-fi box recorder in combination with the Memorex tape and 47 years of tape degradation and it needed a pretty sizable pitch adjustment. Our next show was recorded with a Sony deck a few weeks later and the hiss is all but gone. As noted by Joe Ray, the audience is exceptionally well-behaved, there is literally no up-close audience noises to speak of.

In 1972, Ten Years After was a touring machine playing close to 100 shows crisscrossing the globe multiple times. Their ninth LP “Rock & Roll Music To The World” was released the same month as this show but, improvisation was the theme for the night and you’ll hear Alvin pull from many sources during his solo’s including brief snippets of “Foxy Lady” and “Sunshine Of Your Love”.

The majority of circulating shows form this tour come from the summer leg in Europe along with a few random shows from North America. We are pleased to be able to add to Ten Years After touring legacy.

ALL thanks should go to Joe Ray for offering up his life’s work of documenting the shows he attended for all of us to enjoy! It’s not often we get access to a show 47 years after the performance that appears to be previously unheard.

mjk5510 & JoeRay

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Track 01. One Of These Days 6:15
Track 02. You Give Me Loving 5:55
Track 03. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 8:17
Track 04. Rock And Roll Music To The World 3:34
Track 05. Hobbit 7:39
Track 06. Standing At The Station (end cut) 8:00
Track 07. Classical Thing/Scat Thing 1:36
Track 08. I Can’t Keep From Crying Sometimes 16:37
Track 09. I’m Going Home 12:43
Track 10. Sweet Little Sixteen 5:04
Track 11. Choo Choo Mama 3:29
80 mins

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  1. 136 Responses to “TEN YEARS AFTER - CLEVELAND 1972”

  2. Thank you BigO, this looks good.

    BG

    By Brian Griffin on Jan 24, 2020

  3. Goddamn. Jethro Tull and now Ten Years After. Keep it up Big O

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 24, 2020

  4. The must have albums in 71 were Zep 4, Machine Head and Paranoid. Great stuff.

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 24, 2020

  5. Think Machine head was 72 anti .

    By Derrick on Jan 24, 2020

  6. Black Sabbath had two albums that year Master of Realty and Paranoid

    By Derrick on Jan 24, 2020

  7. Ten years after came out with a space in time also 71 . This sounds real good . Keep with the program. More classic rock

    By Derrick on Jan 24, 2020

  8. Anti , did you attend the Grand Funk show at Shea stadium back in 71 ? Thought you said you’re a New Yorker . I m from the south so couldn’t be there at the time but I heard it was a blast

    By Derrick on Jan 24, 2020

  9. Remember E Phurbus Funk the album was out at the time and the radio stations was playin footstompin music

    By Derrick on Jan 24, 2020

  10. I also had their album survival , the one where there wearin just fur loincloths on the cover outside a cave Remember that one ? They did a kickass version of the stones gimme shelter

    By Derrick on Jan 24, 2020

  11. Rumor has it this was a band of Big Uns

    By U L E on Jan 24, 2020

  12. That’s how bullshit rumors get started . After Keith’s book Jerry Hall came out and denounced Keith’s claims and said Mick was quite large . She should know as well as hundreds of others that have experienced the Mickster.

    By Geoff on Jan 24, 2020

  13. Sorry , that was meant for the last post

    By Geoff on Jan 24, 2020

  14. I Rememeber E Plurubus. By that time GFR was a distant memory. I remeberthat cover also. Never heard the album

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 24, 2020

  15. Great to hear Alvin again ! Thanks a lot Big O !!

    By Lodger on Jan 24, 2020

  16. I attended this concert! I was a junior in high school. Thanks for sharing! Funny thing happened during BOA’s set. The lead singer got his hair stuck in the head stock of one of the guitars - during a song! I remember a roadie having to come out on stage while the band was playing to disentangle the mess.

    By James C. Morgan on Jan 24, 2020

  17. THANK YOU, BIG O! Audio issues aside (I EQ’d this a little, but mostly enjoyed it for what it is)this is a terrific show! I’ve always loved Ten Years After, and Alvin Lee’s guitar playing. “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl” was great on their record “Sssh,” and there are several great live versions, and this one is outstanding. I’m grateful to everyone who caught it on tape. Why Whitney *&^%$#@ Houston is going to be in the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame and Ten Years After aren’t is outrageous.

    By Eric on Jan 25, 2020

  18. Fuk Whitney What about Emerson Lake and Palmer man. Karn Evil 9 Pictures at an Exhibition. Rondo performed with the NICE and ELP. No idea why ELP is not in. another fukin jew racket

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  19. Derrick, HHH I cant stand it when in golf and tennis they make it all about the monkeys especially with the majors. What happens to the rest of the field. I’ll check to see if the monkeys have been beaten or missing the cut. It seems like everyone else doesnt matter, just these monkeys. Whats up with that???????

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  20. Anti , Tiger won’t catch Jack in the majors . As for tennis . The Williams baboons coons is both over the hill now

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  21. ELP not being in the Hall ain’t surprising. Fuck man they got coon rappers in and it took the moody blues decades to get in . Think Madonna is in . Who’s next Britney fuckin Spears ? The hall of fame is a fuckin joke

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  22. Anti , do you know if the Jew bastards control the rock hall of fame?

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  23. I went to the website. Lotta jew sounding names and members on the board are hebrew

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  24. I cant believe whitney and the notorious b.i.g. are getting in and 10 years after, mountain, steppenwolf and ELP are still strokin. Unbelievable

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  25. Makes me think of the payola scandal they had back in the day. if u want your records played, pay the dj. same idea, different concept

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  26. guarantee u all the hot lil twats with their twerking will get. miley, taylor swift, kelly clarkson, j lo arianna grande. this is how low its gotten man

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  27. the r&r hof is like the baseball hof. guys like larry walker getting in. are you kidding me

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  28. Anti , if Madonna is in , them other twats , Miley ‘ Grande ‘ Swift ‘ ‘ Clarkson ‘ J Low Billie Elish is gettin in . Take it to the bank

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  29. Ain’t J Low married to A Rod ? That steroid usin cheater ? Ain’t he up for Cooperstown soon ?

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  30. Steppenwolf not bein In is fucked man .

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  31. I guarantee you Madonna fucked some Jew bastard to get in

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  32. Britney ‘ Grande ‘ Miley ‘ Swift and the rest Underwood etc will definitely spread them legs to get in

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  33. It’s like old Hollywood when the motherfuckin Jew bastard movie producers and studio heads would tell them actresses to fuck if they want the part . The casting couch

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  34. From what I’ve read Bette Davis and Natalie Wood fucked movie exets to get roles

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  35. all true what u said bout a-whole, bette d and natalie

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  36. rumor was that natalie would. spelled wrong on purpose. she was jewish derrick

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  37. that whole bunch man, a roid, mcgwire, clemens, sosa. palmiero i wonder if they will ever get in

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  38. fuckin weinstein loves to go down and eat that shit. no way man. blood and piss and god knows what else comes out and weinstein laps it up

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  39. thats a typical fuking disgusting jew

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  40. trust me derrick, alot more crap will be coming out soon bout stealing signs. brady accused manning of pumping in noise to make indy louder

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  41. Can’t you hear me knockin’ - Lost 1970 guitar solo from Mick Taylor discovered! Super rare alternate take from the Rolling Stones Sticky fingers sessions in 1970. A segment of the jam was found on an acetate single as a B side to another unreleased Stones song called ‘Keef’s teeth’. DERRICK CHECK THIS OUT
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpTpIRgyA98

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  42. Originally called ‘Can’t you hear me nickin’?’ as a tongue in cheek tribute to Nicky Hopkins, this session features an absolutely brilliant extended 1 hour plus solo from Mick Taylor, incorporating a new scale he had developed called ‘minoxidilian’, which had previously been used to prevent hair loss. Mick had insisted on the extended jam session, as he had been feeling creatively stifled, and forced the band to play at gun point. “I have at least one really, really, extended solo in me. It needs to come out.” said Taylor in a Rolling Stone interview while they recorded at Pepe Le Pew studio in France. When Mick and Keith refused to put the 1 hour solo on the album, Mick quit the band three years later.

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  43. “My resentment kept building after that snub.” recalls Mick. “I wanted to quit earlier than I did and join the Jack Bruce band, as Jack had promised me I could solo for days, but I needed the Stones tour money to buy strings and pay off Bill Wyman for his expensive stage presence lessons, which helped me immensely. I can’t believe they butchered my solo down to 2 minutes on the Sticky fingers album. After they refused to put out a double album with my solo on it, I tried to play the entire solo during our Brussels gig, but they still said it was too long and people would get bored. Bollocks!”

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  44. YES I WAS AT THAT GFR CONCERT IN 71 at shea stadium. humble pie blew them. it was rockin the fillmore on steroids. i said to my gf, no way grand funk is gonna top that and they didnt. frampton and marriott were on fire that nite. the floor was concrete and all the people were stamping their feet so hard i felt the vibrations sitting down. probably my second best concert. the first was zep doing 5 encores

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  45. Anti , more Mick Taylor was always a good thing and less Taylor was bad . He was on fuckin fire during that 73 European tour . His last with the band . Check out Brussels affair from that tour . I have about 10 shows from that tour some better than others . Taylor soloed his ass off on gimme shelter , and he was unbelievable on street fighting man which the stones played in super fast motion

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  46. His last tour was him makin a statement. He played pissed off . Think Keith was jealous of his ability and tried to keep him in the background some . They had chemistry together though. When they would do them dueling guitars solos together it was fuckin magic . Keith’s strength was rythym and riffs , Taylor’s was clean licks . They balanced each other . Ron Wood is too much like Keith . Sloppy

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  47. Saw Mick Taylor solo in a small club in the 80s . He did a 30 minute cant you hear me knocking solo

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  48. Sure hope Mick and Keith paid him his royalties. Think he was suing them awhile back

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  49. Anti , know your a NY guy . Check out the HBO series the deuce . It’s bout street life in the early 70s Pimps , hookers , corrupt cops mobsters and corrupt politicians. Created by David Simon who created The Wire

    By Derrick on Jan 25, 2020

  50. I started watching it but I didnt like the lead character. The best show was the THE SOPRANOS man. Cant believe Gandolfini is dead. Annabella Sciora was Tonys’ mistress. Now she is testyfying against that jew scumbag

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 25, 2020

  51. Are all of the posts above authentic Anti?

    By Brian Griffin on Jan 26, 2020

  52. James Franco plays two roles on the deuce . The nightclub owner and his trouble makin brother . The coon pimps is pretty colorful . The show shows what young homeless Girls had to do to survive. The pimps would beat and sometimes kill em especially if they was holding back cash . Interesting storyline has one of the girls wanting to do porn flicks and the pimp wants a cut . Pretty funny

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  53. Loved Sopranos, sad bout gandolfini . Had the big one in Italy

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  54. Who is Annabella testifying against ? Hadn’t heard

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  55. Remember the episode where Christopher tries to get Ben Kingsley to accept his movie script ? Funny as shit

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  56. And the one where Tony kills Ralph sorifito and he and Christopher try to cut up the body in a bathtub. They cut his head off and are shocked that he always wore a wig

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  57. Annabella is testyfying against that jewscum bastard harvey weinstein and the me too movement rememeber that

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  58. i like richie aprile the one who dated tonys sister. he was a tough bastard. he hated christopher

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  59. Sylvio was played by Steven Van Zant from Springsteen’s e street band

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  60. u dont see any of these actors anymore. remember tonys mother wanted to kill him . her and uncle jr planned to kill him. played johnny olla in godfather 2. i still hated the way show ended. most people say that he died in the diner

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  61. Remember Silvio carrying out the hit on Adrianna, driving her in the woods and shooting her in the head . She knew too much and was fixin to talk

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  62. lol. that was funny. it was a great show. The Many Saints of Newark is coming out 9/20. Its a prequel with Tony as a kid and Uncle Jr in his prime with Tonys father

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  63. Ritchie Aprile was a badass motherfucker . Forgot who the actor was . Remember Tony’s sister wacked him

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  64. Ralph was another bad ass Tony finally snapped and if I remember strangled his ass . Then him and Christopher cut up the body in a bathtub. That scene where the pull the wig off the severed head is classic

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  65. Felt sorry for Adriana , hated to see her get wacked by Silvio . Christopher treated her like shit the whole series. The fbi was forcing her to spill the beans on Tony so she had to go

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  66. Remember Big Pussy getting wacked on the boat and Tony smothering Christopher after he had that car accident. The show was so great right up to that fuckin last episode. What a fuckin bad way to end a great show

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  67. Liked the character of Phil played by the late great Frank Vincent’ . He was Tony’s rival during the last two seasons and tried to have him wacked Think Tony got him first though. Frank Vincent was in all them great mob films , Good Fellas , Casino ‘ maybe The Godfather films too . He was also In raging bull . He played that mob guy that Joe Pesci kept slamming the car door on

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  68. Or was that scene in good fellas . Shit I can’t remember

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  69. I think it was raging bull . Frank Vincent’s character was making a pass at Vicky Lamotta jakes wife and Pesci beats the shit out of him and then keeps slamming the door on him

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  70. FRank Vincent grew up in my neighborhood in Brooklyn then they moved to Jersey

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  71. no he wasnt in godfather films. he played billy batts in goodfellas. told pesci to get his shinebox

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  72. Wasn’t Frank Vincent also in Casino ? Think he might have been the one who beat Nicky played again by Pesci with a baseball bat and then dumped him in a grave in the desert and buried him alive. Now that was a fuckin violent scene . It was real disturbing. Man the mob didn’t play

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  73. Joe Pesci is fuckin awesome. He’s played some real disturbing psycho charecters. Nicky in Casino , Tommy in good fellas and Jake Lamottas brother in Raging Bull

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  74. Still think taxi driver is one of the best films ever . Deniro was fuckin awesome . You talking to me . He and Scorsese made some great films

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  75. Dog Day Afternoon was another one back in the day Al Pacino brilliant performance Atica Atica .

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  76. Remember seeing dog day afternoon around Christmas in 75 , taxi driver came about a month later early 76 .

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  77. Poor Travis in taxi driver , clueless as shit , takin Betsy played by a hot as shit young Cybill Sheppard to a porn flick on their first date . She storms out of the theater and Travis says to her lots of people go to these movies . John Hincklys attempt on Reagan was inspired by the Travis character in taxi driver who try’s to kill a presidential candidate. Hinkley said he was tryin to impress Jody Foster . Man there is some fucked up people out there

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  78. When Travis goes inside the whore house with Iris ( Jody foster ) the guy says I’m timing you . The pimp sport played by Harvey Keitel tells him 15 dollars for 15 minutes 25 for a half hour . Wouldn’t get them deals today , same as concert tickets 500 plus today . Back then a great concert was between 6 and 10 bucks

    By Derrick on Jan 26, 2020

  79. your right man. great memory. that was frank vincent in casino whacking joe pesci and his brother and then throwing them in a grave and they were still breathing. the first time i saw it your right i couldnt watch it. they broke all their bones and covered them with dirt still breathing

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  80. the new new movie the irishman, i saw it already, not as good as the others. 3 hours long. joe pesci played russell buffalino, very low key don in pennsylavania. not like tommy in goodfellas. remeber him talkin boyt protectin the golden jew. that was deniro and he ended up bangin sharon stone in casino

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  81. in that movie, how many times did joe pesci talk about jews.lol. ill give you a good trivia cause u have a great memory

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  82. what characters in goodfellas also played in the sopranos. clue- there were 5.

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  83. the irishman had deniro, pesci, havey keitel ray romano and the woman that played in the sopranos. she was the wife of the guy who owned the restaurant kathy narducci. she still looks good. she also played the wife of deniro in bronx tale with chazz palmientiri as sonny

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  84. taxi driver was weird movie at the time. the mohawk haircut. i saw raging bull when it first came out. i remmeber the scene when vicky made a comment that the other boxer was cute and jake lamotta busts open his nose in slow motion. hard to watch. never watched it again

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 26, 2020

  85. Derrick says, “Man there is some fucked up people out there.” Yeah, and he’s one of them. By the way, it should read “there ARE.” Subject-verb agreement is but one of the many ways you show your ignorance

    By Mark on Jan 27, 2020

  86. Ignore the Jew bastard Mark . We got better things to talk bout Anti , to me that death of tommy bein beat and buried alive in casino was the most shocking scene ever .

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  87. In raging bull Jake beats up his brother cause she thinks he’s fuckin his wife Vicky.

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  88. Would you recommend the Irishman Anti ? Got Netflix , just haven’t had three hours free yet

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  89. its very slow moving. the way to watch is do an hour a day. that’s how i did it. goodfellas, casino, bronx tale and godfather are way better

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  90. wow just read kobe bryant died in a helicopter crash. I never really was a big kobe fan. I always liked michael. Do not like lebron. lebron is a creature of todays’ social media. I wouldnt even have him on the top five best players on my fantasy team. My team is Michael, Magic, Bird, Kareem and bill russell

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  91. I’ll give you my take on why we wont see any of the actors in the sopranos again. They all played their roles so well, they have been stereotyped

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  92. Just like Eb from Green Acres and Max Baer from Beverly Hillbillies. Stereotyped.

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  93. Derriere stereotyped comment was not me. I don’t comment on sports but RIP Kobe Bryant. I’m not an NBA fan but I recognize his great talent and 41 is way too young to die.

    By Mark on Jan 27, 2020

  94. Yeah , Anti , sad bout the mamba . Kobe Bryant . He was no coon . Spoke several languages. Don’t know what the fuck happened. Just shows you can go anytime. Even sadder is his 13 year old daughter died in the crash

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  95. Anti , my guys was Kareem , Bill Russell , John Havlicek , Jerry West , Walt Frazier

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  96. Bill Walton could have been the best ever if not for the fuckin injuries

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  97. Anti , the actor who played Uncle Junior is still alive

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  98. Michael Imperioli played Christopher , Anti did you know he was in good fellas ? He was the guy who’s feet Tommy kept shooting at for laughs. He ended up shooting him in the leg . Remember that scene ?

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  99. R . I . P . Kobe Bryant . 41 is way too young to die . Plus his poor daughter. Devastating. Too sad to imagine.

    By Bill on Jan 27, 2020

  100. No one is paying any attention to you Hebrew Mark .

    By HHH on Jan 27, 2020

  101. Mob movies were never my thing ‘ but I thought the first two godfather films were both great.

    By HHH on Jan 27, 2020

  102. I agree with Derrick. Godfather 3 was a bomb. Sofia Coppola is not an actress

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  103. Derrick did you see the question I asked u about naming the 5 actors in goodfellas and sopranos. u got one already. christopher-michael imperiol1. who were the other 4

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  104. remember in casino when joe pesci referred to deiniro as the golden jew because he was able to always place bets and win. Casino is a true story you know

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  105. Anthony ‘The Ant’ Spilotro
    Born: May 19, 1938
    Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA
    Death: June 14, 1986, Bensenville, Illinois (beaten to death) this was joe pesci character

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  106. Frank ‘Lefty’ Rosenthal
    Born: June 12, 1929
    Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA
    Death: October 13, 2008, Miami Beach (heart attack)

    this was deNiros charcter

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  107. http://www.chasingthefrog.com/reelfaces/casino.php

    check this page out. pretty good stuff

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  108. I lived one block away from the carmine galante hit. remember he had a cigar in his mouth when they found out he got whacked. That was the talk of the restaurant. The restaurant was Joe & Mary’s Italian-American Restaurant in Brooklyn

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  109. HHH proves nobody is paying attention to me by reading my post and responding to it. You simply cannot make up this level of stupidity.

    By Mark on Jan 27, 2020

  110. ho ho ho ho very true Mark

    By Scar Rad on Jan 27, 2020

  111. Mark, you are about as significant as a fly buzzing around , or a mosquito.

    By HHH on Jan 27, 2020

  112. Vincent Pastore was Big Pussy

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  113. Tony Serico was Pauie

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  114. Steven Van Zant was Silvio

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  115. Was Steve Buceimi in good fellas ? I know he was in Sopranos for a season and he starred in boardwalk empire

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  116. Loraine Bracco was in good fellas . Played Henry Hills wife . Hill was played by Ray Liotta . She was Tony’s shrink on Sopranos

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  117. Gandolfini was in the coen brothers film the man who wasn’t there . With Billy Bob Thornton

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  118. Speaking of Billy Bob , Check out Sling Blade

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  119. Kobe Bryant was a good nigger , he was actually married to a black woman . That’s rare today.he could really shoot that basketball.

    By Nelson on Jan 27, 2020

  120. u got 4 out of 5. your missing 1

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  121. steve buscemi was not in goodfellas. the one one your missing is pretty obvious. hint…. leotardo/batts

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  122. gandolfini was also in this movie with nicholas cage called 8 mm. gandolfini played a sleazy film producer and did snuff films

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  123. steve van zandt wasnt in good fellas

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  124. steve buscemi was 2 grades behind me in elementary school. Buscemi was born in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, to John Buscemi, a sanitation worker and Korean War veteran, and Dorothy (née Wilson) Buscemi, a hostess at Howard Johnson’s. Buscemi was raised Catholic.[4]I remeber him as bein very ugly and still is. he had really bad buck teeth in school

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  125. It’s gotta be Frank Vincent . He was in just bout all the mob films . Van Zant I think only played Silvio

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  126. Tony Sirico was also in lots of mob flics

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  127. Buscemi was also in Fargo . He played one of the kidnappers who kidnaps William H Macy’s wife . The one who ended up in the woodchipper

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  128. Love the Coen Brothers films . No country for old men had a shitty ending though like the sopranos. Great up until the last few scenes

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  129. Fargo is my favorite, followed by Blood Simple

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  130. Anti , the best fuckin ending for a great show has gotta be The Shield. Great show with the best finale episode of all time

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  131. Last episode of Breaking bad was great too , but the shield stands alone

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  132. Vic Mackey was on bad ass cop

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  133. The best opening episode for a show has gotta be Ozark . It was fuckin riveting as shit . Scary

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  134. yep. u got the names man

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 27, 2020

  135. I wonder what Michael Chicklus who played Vic Mackey is doin these days ? It’s like Gandolfini , how can you top that .

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  136. Many of the actors from the shield hasn’t done much since either, just like sopranos . I mean fuck man . It can’t get no better right ?

    By Derrick on Jan 27, 2020

  137. What a complement! You say nobody is paying attention, but as a fly or mosquito buzzing around I must really be your nerves.

    By Mark on Jan 28, 2020

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