Suzie Quatro Bravisimo

mucho

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Bassix
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Ich liebe diese schone Frau!
Gute Musike gute Basse spiele unde schone Läderazuge, ganze swarze läder ich viel liebe schone Bassistine

Nur schone Bassistine ich habe gerne oder minimume musse Fraue Type sein wie ""DOVE"" nid nur Chnochegestelle mit grosse Turneschuhe!

guckst du da :http://www.suziquatro.com/
 

mucho

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Bassix
ß22
Zitat:Original erstellt von: bauschi

mucho verwöhnt uns mit bildern hübscher "bassistinen".

er hat geschmack....mir gefällt das.

bauschi
Natürlige iche habe gute Nase, Auge und Ohre¨

Ich habe noch 10e stucke schone Bassistine zb. von michaela jäckson auch ganze schone Bassistine unde auche schone Gitarristine! gwappa!
 

mucho

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Bassix
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Zitat:Original erstellt von: Bowmen

Ich habe Suzi mitte der 70.mehrmals live gesehen.Damals sah sie so aus.Die Dame ist jetzt gut in den 50.Trotzdem ist sie genial.[8D][8D][):]

Bravisimo gnauso isches. Ufe sini hompatsche kasche viiill go luege, luege mole!!

Unde die letschte cede ischo volle geile! ich sichere 4 odere funfe mole geseh leif! can the can ische grossi hite gesih!

 

Bronco

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Bassix
ß1.585
Oh mein Gott....man sollte echt was unternehmen, sonst geht das Forum hier den Bach runter, nachdem es schon vom Herrn G. in seinem Fundament erschüttert wurde.
 

edel

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Bassix
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hach wie süss, der mucho-urs ist ein ganz grosser fan von mir. vergeht ja kein tag, an dem er nicht dauernd an mich denken kann... ich fühle mich geehrt, hab aber leider kein interesse, sorry [:D]
greez
edel
 

mucho

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Bassix
ß22
Zitat:Original erstellt von: Ann

[:D]

Bravisimo,
bassic viel schone Bassistine, als da wären Miss bassic, anima,ninanorvera, mamba, miss brown, punkfish, valeen......
Nicht immer swarze läder- oder unde schone läderazuge, aber wer wird denn schon so kleinlich sein?
Wär jetzt auf Bild von schone bassistio Mucho gespannt! :-))))
Gruß
Ann [8D]

Hallo Ann du haste eine schone 6 seite Basse, gefalle mir gut!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

rabarvek

Ich basse, also bin ich
Bassix
ß12.339

Er ist sogar der erste Spanier, der mit italienischem Akzent schreibt.

Kann ich bei dir den Trolllöser bestellen, Rubix? Schick mir bitte ein Multipack.

 

mucho

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Bassix
ß22
Zitat:Original erstellt von: Bowmen

Ich habe Suzi mitte der 70.mehrmals live gesehen.Damals sah sie so aus.Die Dame ist jetzt gut in den 50.Trotzdem ist sie genial.[8D][8D][):]

susi au habe gespielt in hallenstadion letzte Johr.
Du bische au gesih? Iche scho

Jetz susi au spiele in Dütschelande, ich studiere in Frankefurte?
 

mucho

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Bassix
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Biography by Richie Unterberger
It's pretty far-fetched, as some revisionists are now claiming, to view Suzi Quatro as a precursor to the "riot grrrls" of the '90s. Her brand of mid-'70s glam pop was far more innocuous and, in any case, often supplied by professional songwriters. What she did prove was that it was possible for a petite woman to play bass, sing, and wear leather with a reasonable degree of raunch and pride. That, with enough musical hooks to draw in the teen pop crowd, was enough to reel off a series of big British hit singles just before the advent of punk, although she remained virtually unknown in her native U.S.

To the British audience, it seemed as if Quatro emerged out of nowhere in 1973, but in fact she'd been playing professionally for nearly a decade. While still in her early teens, she joined the Pleasure Seekers, a Detroit band also featuring her sisters Arlene and Patti. One of the few all-girl garage bands who played their own instruments, they recorded a fine, gritty single for the local Hideout label, "Never Thought You'd Leave Me"/"What a Way to Die" (both sides were reissued in the 1980s on the What a Way to Die '60s garage compilation). Another single followed for Mercury, and the group even toured Vietnam to entertain troops. In 1968, though, Arlene quit the band to raise her kids (one of whom is actress Sherilyn Fenn), to be replaced by yet another sister, Nancy.

The Pleasure Seekers became Cradle, which placed more emphasis on hard rock and original material. In the early '70s, British producer Mickie Most (the Animals, Lulu, Donovan, Herman's Hermits) happened to see Cradle while he was in Detroit to work on an album with Jeff Beck at Motown's studios. Most let Quatro know he was interested in working with her as a solo act; six months later, Cradle split, and Suzy was on her way to London (Patti joined the all-woman rock band Fanny in Los Angeles).

After her first single flopped, Most hooked her up with songwriters Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn, who were also supplying material to the Sweet. The Chapman-Chinn-penned "Can the Can" went to number one in the U.K. in 1973, and over the next few years the same team would write about ten other British chart hits for her, including four Top Ten entries. These fused glitter and bubblegum in much the same way as the Sweet did, though Quatro was perhaps a tad raunchier (without ever getting downright scary). Quatro and her guitarist (and husband) Len Tuckey did write some of her material, though these efforts were usually confined to albums. In the U.S., though, she could barely get into the Top 100, though she did get on the cover of Rolling Stone.

Her American fortunes changed in the late '70s, when she had a short-lived, semi-regular stint on the sitcom Happy Days as the guitar-playing, sassy Leather Tuscadero. In 1979, she made the American Top Five with "Stumblin' In," although this was a duet with Chris Norman. Undoubtedly an influence upon the Runaways and Joan Jett, and thus by extension a mild influence on a subsequent generation of female rockers, she's kept a low profile in the '80s and '90s, although she's done some television and theatrical work in Britain

Ich liebe suzie...!!!!!
 

Fred Less

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Bassix
ß288
Kopieren kann ich auch!

Lieber mucho: Als Hausaufgabe übersetzt Du den Scheiß jetzt ins absolut perfekte Hochdeutsch. Bis Morgen 17:00Uhr.
Ansonsten wäre ich für Redeverbot!!!
 
 

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