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  Reply # 2052531 10-Jul-2018 11:38
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Grant … any relation to Arthur Thoms?

 

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  Reply # 2052591 10-Jul-2018 12:44
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Rickles:

Grant … any relation to Arthur Thoms?


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I think you are thinking of Arthur Allan Thomas. No relation

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  Reply # 2052599 10-Jul-2018 12:57
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     >I think you are thinking of Arthur Allan Thomas. No relation <

 

No, Arthur Thoms was a musician in Wellington's folk club scene, and then went into something to do with radio broadcasting.


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  Reply # 2052604 10-Jul-2018 13:05
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Rickles:

     >I think you are thinking of Arthur Allan Thomas. No relation <


No, Arthur Thoms was a musician in Wellington's folk club scene, and then went into something to do with radio broadcasting.


Ok, nah no relation. Different last name than me.




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  Reply # 2052615 10-Jul-2018 13:16
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davidknz:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/bzc4xet5yq9t7sn/decomposing%20composers.mp3?dl=0

 

 

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  Reply # 2054510 11-Jul-2018 19:13
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I had a box full of CDs to get rid of - I just donated them to an op shop. Couldn't be bothered with TM.


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  Reply # 2054514 11-Jul-2018 19:20
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I thought CDs were making a it of a comeback due to offering superior sound to online streaming. Cassettes and records too. I think there is a lot of nostalgia for the older formats. Even these old games consoles and 80's computers seem to be making a bit of a comeback and fetch good amounts on ebay.


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