Discussion in 'Random Nonsense' started by Daniel~, Mar 30, 2018.
There are things in each of our lives we just can't turn away from.
Some of them wear dresses.":O}
Django was an amazing player. Maybe I should cut off a couple of fingers?
My mom absolutely swooned for Andy Williams. The hell with the Brothers. If Andy was on, he was her main focus
The other one she swooned for was Richard Chamberlain
I assumed that someone came up with a "Grunge" pedal. Seemed logical. Don't know if there really was one--or more than one.
I don't think this song charted very well in America--if at all. As an American, I thought this tune was ridiculous. Passed it by forty three years ago. It debuted at Number 1 in Britain--the first #1 hit penned by a woman. It was number one in quite a few European countries as well.
I like it a LOT now. It grabs me firmly in a hard to describe way. Glad you got a smile from it!
Teo Gertler, eh? This kid is freakin' amazing! At least one of his parents has to be a musician---and a very fine one too.
Very nice short cruise through Taylor Hawkins's career. Hate to admit it but he's another artist I'm ignorant of. Must there be so many? Very nice find, thank you TR!
What a monster of talent! I liked Django muchly the first time I heard him. Thank you for finding this video Daniel!
Cool story, thanks a bunch for posting it!
Thanks for re-posting this one. Mongo like!
Wouldn't you know it, my mum was also a big Andy Williams fan.
Good Vibrations the Lost Studio Footage
Complete with B-3.
Neil Young & Graham Nash Birds
Gary Moore absolutely WAILS on 'Red House':
If your trying to aset me nbup withy your mom she must be a rather difficuly person
Or a lest shorten one or two...hey it's for fame!
What I've been noticing of late is these wonder kin Don't just pick up the instrument, but also acquire the classical "Posture". The face expressions and the way they hold their little bodies.
it's like they were poured into the mold of music.
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