Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Timing is everything Del
My toe earlier this week,...
My back hurts just looking at it.
Another planned music evening crashes and burns... I foolishly took a nap a few days ago without my c-pap machine. I immediately, upon waking suffered the consequences-- seriously raw throat and a head and throat full of goo. Well, it seems my condition is attempting to move from artificially-induced veritable faux cold to actual summer cold/flu; I've got some body aches and the goo has moved lower into my chest...
I'm checking-out tonight in hopes of getting some sleep and nipping this nipper in the bud. I've got a lot more household moving work to do tomorrow. Probably my last for the evening...
Now Playing: Various Artists, "Atlantic Blues: Vocalists" (from Sippie Wallace to Jimmy Witherspoon, to Little Johnny Taylor, ZZ Hill, and more)
I love the Shure SH-55 on the cover of this (affectionately known as the "Elvis Mike").
Before I go, though:
PS-- >>>>My back hurts just looking at it.<<<<
Still, though... I mean...
You've just reminded me to play something by THE SEEDS.
Ya, Cipro is a beautiful thing,...
Brother GJ I hope you're feeling better by morning.
Thanks P. Just don't put on that scary face again and I'll be fine.
Listening to Greta Van Fleet's, Debut Digital EP, "Black Smoke Rising". Don't think I've seen them mentioned here yet. Four teenagers (three brothers) from Frankenmuth, Michigan that sound like they just recorded Led Zeppelin IV.
They site as influences Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Smith, The Who, Black Sabbath amongst many others. I first heard them last week coming home from work. Heard them again tonight and was able to hear the DJ say what had just played. These kids are really hot. Sounds like somebody found some un-released Zeppelin. Kid sounds just like Robert Plant. Lot of soul in these guys.
You look good in heels Slick
Damn, if I was smart I shoulda played Little Feet with that pic...
Sounds good enough for me to hunt up...
Feet don't fail me now.
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