Hey Paul. Get back in touch. James 11/17/2013.
Music is my passion and I am a big fan of led zeppelin. ; When I heard Kashmir, I felt the spirit of the 70s and heard the greatest rock band of all time. Hope I can attend the Kashmir show in any of the Kashmir led zeppelin tour dates . Their Stairway to Heaven is a one of the greatest poetic masterpieces in music.
Figurative gun to your head, what is your favorite album of all time?
Boom. I'm dead. Couldn't decide before they pulled the trigger.
Damn, Dan, you are merciless...
Purple Rain <3
Chicago Store was the only instrument store in Tucson that actually supported local musicians back in '96. They sponsored the local television show with in-kind donation of rental gear, "Let's Get Into Trouble, Baby". Wasn't Rainbow, wasn't Beavers, wasn't Guitars, Etc. nor any of the others that were approached. Chicago Store really came through.
I'm reading this seven years later from across the world at 11.30pm, and this kid is still talented. I miss Tucson.
Why did it take so long for Curtis to be in Nine Questions? He's one of the few people it actually makes sense to write about in this fashion.
Get an editor on this!
Will do! Thanks for listening.
I did stay tuned Julio, and the show kicked ass! I would've contacted you direct but at the time I was in an area with no cellular service. It was cool though how you went a little out of your normal show, not that your normal show doesn't have a lot of variety, but even more variety is great! I'm looking forward to next Friday morning, until then, I wish you nothing but the best.
P.S. If you're in the mood, play The Tilts "Hot For Pizza" on your next show for me; your show is the only place I've ever even heard of it. Please make sure to do it after 1:45 though, sometimes I don't have a chance to tune in until that late. Thanks, DC
Along with Mission of Burma and Sonic Youth. Just couldn't make it out that year, sadly.
Julio: Too bad you missed ATP 2003. You missed the reformed Stooges debut. And the Minutemen. They just left out the guitar completely. It was intense.
Maiden? Stay tuned, AZ/DC...
Maiden? Stay tuned, AZ/DC.
I enjoy listening to "Hex Enducton Hours" but after reading this piece I would like to think that Mr. Pena might want to add a little more variety to his show, considering that he listens to all sorts of styles. I like the idea of hearing feedtime, Black Flag, and nomeansno followed up by the title track from Iron Maiden's "Powerslave" release. Please leave out anything with Justin Timberlake though. Bring it Julio!
Thank you for the interview! I feel loved!
Quincy Jones. Ace producer.
Wow, so cool to see ya in The Weekly! Congratulations! -D
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