Thank you for the interview! I feel loved!
Quincy Jones. Ace producer.
Wow, so cool to see ya in The Weekly! Congratulations! -D
Big fan of Josh Cicci. Great guy. Funny guy.
Josh Cicci is a music and comedy encyclopedia. I saw him do standup once. He's hilarious. Great that he's featured here. Josh is the quintessential Tucson artist. One of those people who you can't help but wonder why he's in Tucson... ask him why he's in Tucson, he'll say, "Because Tucson is awesome. Where would you prefer me?" Good job TW. You found our town's heart with this one.
This is the "Space Police" video, by String Theory--mash up of Radiohead and Bowie. Beautiful music and choreography.
Please drop the pornstache. Worst trend since it was around the first time.
Dig your music choices though.
He's a terrific lawyer too! Viva Goncalves!
I attended a funeral at which the guest of honor had arranged to have Bob Seger's "Like a Rock" played at the service. It was an ironic choice, given that she'd been found in her trailer days after she'd been bludgeoned to death; the North Carolina summer heat had pretty much liquified her remains which, according to one of the pall bearers, made for a slushy sound when they carried the casket. I guess the moral is to be careful what music you choose to have played. It seems narcissistic anyway, but pay attention to the subject matter if choosing a song with lyrics. Oh yeah, and brevity will be appreciated by those attending.
Me thinks she need the MMJ to cure her MDD. (Marley Disdain Disease) Yeah, I know, go ahead & dislike my comment; I realize it's pure corn. But at least it's not pure Korn, which may be another horrible band that she enjoys. Sorry I can't stop myself!!
"I'll never understand the appeal of Bob Marley or reggae in general."
yet she likes RX Bandits?
Now that you've given Lightning Bolt a chance, please don't overlook Bob Marley or reggae. Listen carefully and you'll be rewarded. Just give it a chance. Marley's music isn't just an excuse to smoke pot. He often is addressing issues of injustice and colonialism. Alot of things going on in his songs, musically and lyrically.
Yeah,I guess your right Al.....no one ever showed at his concerts and he was a failure in his professional life.............Hmmm?????
sinatra had very little control of his voice, couldn't sing.
I'll sing at your funeral if you'll play at mine.
Dante's ears are far enough out of the gutter, thank you.
Dante; try listening to Sinatra............please.......it will take your ears out of the gutter.....
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