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Totally feel ya on that one, Uzi! 
 

im in the process of making my garage my music room by insulating the garage door, putting in heat and air and getting my lithos you to surround my vintage audio set up.

you gotta take whatever real estate you can get when ya get to a certain point in life!

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Got all the lithos from the shows I've been to so far up in my basement music room    

Thank you to everybody who helped make this possible. You know who you are

Maybe some of you would like to see a poster design that went unapproved.  I figure it would be fun to see.  This was supposed to be for the Vegas shows for tomorrow and Saturday.  Since there hasn't

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I understand where you gentlemen are coming from, I have one room which I use as an office.  The girlfriend who became the 2nd wife this year does not like the lithos.  Life is about compromise.

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New Lithorati Podcast Episode! Includes an interview with Arian Buhler

Lithorati Podcast - Episode 2 - Japan 2017 Lithograph Review - We continue the lithograph reviews with this episode focusing on the tour's  brief stop in Japan in 2017. My friend E.T. joins us to share his thoughts and experiences going to a show from this leg, as well as the  trials and tribulations of trying to score merch amongst rabid Japanese GNR fans.   

Arian Buhler also joins us! The fabled lithograph artist himself graces the interview booth for us and is gracious enough to let me ask him question after question about his beautiful tour artwork.   

Timestamps
00:00:00 Introduction
00:05:50 Interview with Guest for Japan 2017 Leg (E.T. from Tokyo)
00:43:58 Osaka
00:58:20 Kobe
01:28:38 Yokohama
01:37:21 Saitama Dragon (Green & Blue)
01:50:42 Tokyo Zilla
01:58:25 Arian Buhler Interview
02:29:25 Outro

 

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Man I love hearing these. Excellent scoop you got out of Arian about the Tokyo litho and who requested it! Makes me love it that much more. Stop putting yourself down and calling it torturous to listen to. I find the time just breezes by. And having your friend on to relive his experience was great. Having somone who attended a show from each leg is an excellent addition.

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That podcast is awesome :lol:.

It's be cool if they'd release a big hardback book now that the NITL tour is over with a page to each lithograph and a bit from the artist about the inspiration.  

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2 hours ago, GNR_RNR said:

That podcast is awesome :lol:.

It's be cool if they'd release a big hardback book now that the NITL tour is over with a page to each lithograph and a bit from the artist about the inspiration.  

Ideas, ideas pertaining to the music, tour, bsnd, The Big 3s work of 35 years.  Good idea.

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4 hours ago, uzi your illusion said:

Man I love hearing these. Excellent scoop you got out of Arian about the Tokyo litho and who requested it! Makes me love it that much more. Stop putting yourself down and calling it torturous to listen to. I find the time just breezes by. And having your friend on to relive his experience was great. Having somone who attended a show from each leg is an excellent addition.

thanks for the kind words

it's a little self-deprecating humor just to remind everybody that i don't have any grand pie-in-the-sky dreams or plans for the podcast. the podcast was born simply out of my love for talking about the lithos with fellow collectors, the conversations we usually have in private that several people have recommended we do in public so as some of this fun can be shared with more people. i think the first goal for the podcast is for the participants to have fun - i don't want anybody to participate and feel like it's a chore or anything. and then if anybody else out there listens and enjoys it too, i consider that very much a plus.

i enjoy having the discussions, i enjoy putting in the time and effort in the editing room to piece together a smooth episode, whoever feels like coming along for the ride is more than welcome :)

and yes, I very much enjoyed Arian Buhler dropping a bombshell. He's done that several times now! In the Brando podcast we got the scoop that Imola Cannibal Holocaust was his design, which was great!

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6 hours ago, amaninjapan said:

thanks for the kind words

it's a little self-deprecating humor just to remind everybody that i don't have any grand pie-in-the-sky dreams or plans for the podcast. the podcast was born simply out of my love for talking about the lithos with fellow collectors, the conversations we usually have in private that several people have recommended we do in public so as some of this fun can be shared with more people. i think the first goal for the podcast is for the participants to have fun - i don't want anybody to participate and feel like it's a chore or anything. and then if anybody else out there listens and enjoys it too, i consider that very much a plus.

i enjoy having the discussions, i enjoy putting in the time and effort in the editing room to piece together a smooth episode, whoever feels like coming along for the ride is more than welcome :)

and yes, I very much enjoyed Arian Buhler dropping a bombshell. He's done that several times now! In the Brando podcast we got the scoop that Imola Cannibal Holocaust was his design, which was great!

Great podcasts. The picture of you looking like you are punching yourself on Facebook always throws me off.

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11 hours ago, Amaya said:

Ideas, ideas pertaining to the music, tour, bsnd, The Big 3s work of 35 years.  Good idea.

There's so may cool 'high quality' merch they could make as a separate range to go alongside the cheap stuff like trucks and toy yo-yo's.

My idea would be for a 'Not in This Lifetime encyclopedia' 

It'd have 

- A huge section on all the lithographs

- A section on the design and setup of the stage they used

- A breakdown of the gear used by all the guys

etc

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2 hours ago, AxlIsGod. said:

I'ts not too bad.  3,200 AUS, that' what, 20 USD?

I joke,  Good for the seller.  I'd sell all of my music concert posters I've carefully cultivated and had framed if someone's willing to spend 3K for them.

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1 hour ago, BigVanVader said:

I'ts not too bad.  3,200 AUS, that' what, 20 USD?

I joke,  Good for the seller.  I'd sell all of my music concert posters I've carefully cultivated and had framed if someone's willing to spend 3K for them.

:lol: The thing is, no-one is. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone that'll spend $3k on that, surely.

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Clearly something is not right. I would stay far far away. Also I’ll add. I messaged the guy and told him and could have got $1k for London at the least. He basically brushed it off. Also said he was desperate for money that’s why he’s selling. If he was desperate why not relist. 

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On 5/13/2020 at 6:15 AM, GNR_RNR said:

There's so may cool 'high quality' merch they could make as a separate range to go alongside the cheap stuff like trucks and toy yo-yo's.

My idea would be for a 'Not in This Lifetime encyclopedia' 

It'd have 

- A huge section on all the lithographs

- A section on the design and setup of the stage they used

- A breakdown of the gear used by all the guys

etc

That would be cool as a thick glossy picture type book for a coffee table etc. Lots of high def pictures of the guys on stage and the info said about their gear etc.

I'd buy that :wub:

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