Wonderful tribute to the soul of our generation. I was mezmorized by Leon - the music and the attitude - from the first time I heard Delaney and Bonnie & Friends. From that day to present, I was fortunate to be at every concert, album release party, backstage at The Fillmore, that Leon attended or played in San Francisco. And I remember so many times our eyes connected. Me heart struck and Leon just trying to get through the crowd. Three artists have impacted my life: Bob Dylan, Leon Russell and Paul McCartney. This little girl in the vintage evening gown and boa feathers cried herself to sleep on hearing of your passing. Sweet Journey Mr. Bridges.
i was driving just the other day when Lazarus shuffled in and i actually did pull over to listen to it at the circle K on congress
Thank you Suicide!
A beautiful tribute to a wonderful person. Thank you.
Thank you Mark for the kind words. Acho is my little brother that had a big and generous heart. Everybody loved him and we miss him so. Our Mom took it extremely hard and is slowly healing.
Nice article Larry!
The hipsters who have dissed Glenn Frey and his fellow Eagles can suck it. It seems that there are a lot of those fucks around since The Dude made his opinion known in The Great Lebowski. Don't get me wrong, I think it's a great movie; although I think people forget that Jeff Bridges was portraying a major dumb ass...with dumb ass opinions. Glenn Frey is someone who deserves respect because unlike the current crop of #1 hit music "artists", this actual musician (not to mention the other Eagles band members, especially Joe Fucking Walsh) could actually record music without needing a producer/fixer/bullshitter to get his/their art to the people.
Thank you for this article highlighting a very talented and versatile musician. But please, do all of your KLPX listeners a yuuge (yes, I'm channeling my inner Orange Emperor) favour and diversify the Glenn Frey/Eagles songs which y'all are currently playing and have been playing since 1979. Shit, throw Glenn's "Partytown" song back into your music mix; I remember hearing it an awful lot on KLPX and KWFM back in 1982.
I am a fan of Eagles, but the moment I hear "Hotel California" (ugh!)...I do not hesitate to turn the the music way down, change the station or turn the radio off. I've heard this song enough to last me 100 lifetimes. Take this opinion into consideration when resetting the KLPX programming. No disrespect intended, just the opinion of me and my family, friends, coworkers and random fans of good music.
Thank you again, I truly mean it!
We saw her in Phoenix in September, She was fantastic.
I made a comment on the article about Leonard Cohen and how his song "The Partisan" makes me cry, the "Hags" "Farmer's Daughter" also breaks me down every time.
There are a handful of songs that always bring a tear to my eye, "The Partisan" is probably numero uno.
I like Lando. He is experimenting and pushing boundaries with his music and I think that is admirable. He is not a misogynist, not violent, he is introspective, emotional and positive. The same cannot be said for the other rapper mentioned in these comments.
Lando could easily move to LA and break out, but here in Tucson he is in control of his music and his art and it seems like that is more important to him than having neutered single go gold... He will get his, but it will be as an artist and not as a performer. Big Diff.
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