Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Lou can be an acquired taste and that's not really his best so we forgive you.
There's some good instrumental playing and I dig the title track, but his voice is like sucking on a lemon.
Bedtime is near. Let's get weird!
I've never listened to it nor would I ever want to. The red vinyl disc is badly warped anyways. I was so appalled when I saw it that I just had to have it if only for the opportunity to show it to others. At first I was curious to hear just exactly what is on this album but then some things are better left unknown.
"No time for the ol' in-n-out love, I'm just here to read the meter."
Please , No apology needed
No way, man! That's a great song! "Oooooo, Sally."
Bedtime for Bonzo guys (and me too). More tomorrow.
My new favorite.
Rain has stopped...Coltrane has stopped...Steak is stopped in it's tracks...
Night gentlemen...enjoy your evening!
Yes, the word "concerto" has a italian origin . The plural of "concerto" is "concerti" in italian .In Italian the final word "s" is not used to indicate the plural.Some people use the final "s" to indicate the plural because in its language the plural of a word is defined by the final letter "s" .The use of the final "s" also belongs to languages of Latin origin such as Spanish so the plural becomes "concertos" . So, pay attention to the composer. if it is Italian, like Vivaldi or Rossini, the plural is "concerti" because they were designed and written in this way. If the Spanish is the plural is "concertos" for the same reason. In French the singular is "concert" and the plural "concertes" ..( in english you know better than me ), in german "Konzert" and "Konzerte" https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/concerti
I saw that movie not long after it first came out, while on acid. Later that night I ended up at a university football player stag party with porn movies projected on a wall. That was a strange night.
I'd like to say I can top that story, but that's gonna require some flashbacks!
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