Hey Scott, in the 70's group can Parliament/funkadelic or the Ohio Players be discussed. The best part of the seventies was George Clinton and Bootys Collins. And Earth, Wind, And Fire even. (I may be a rocker chick, but I could get down and funky first. I saw Price once in the round. Sheila E. backed him up on percussion. That was back when the before the Seattle Center colluseum became key Arena. Don't recall the year. Will have to check my ticket stub. I own the wild cherry album with "play thar funky music white boy. The entire album has the same bass line.
Just a quick little drive by. kathy Lee and Hoda will be at the pike place market in Seattle tomorrow. kathy lee wrote a musical and it is playing here before it goes to broadway. They will probably be drunk by then too.
I tried forwarding you an email I sent to Robin Miller regarding the steaming pile of dog poo that was the Indy car race at Loudon. Since the new mailbag for Dan is up, and I didn't make the cut. I'm posting what I orginally said. here: Hi, Robin, I have been an open wheel fan since I was child. I was totally discusted by the end of the race when TGBB blatenly lied on national tv. Now, I am just sad. What was once the greatest form of racing is now considered a joke. Does someone have to die before he his fired? I used to have a lot of respect for Al Unser Jr. Did he fall off of the wagon again just in time for Loudon? Could the drivers and owners refuse to race in Sonoma until that fool is gone? The economy sucks right now, and I doubt if any new owners and teams could be found in time. If we as fans threated to boycott all of INDY car sponsors such as IZOD, firestone, and every sponsor of every car would that send a clear message to Randy Bernard. By the way Dario needs to stop whining. Maybe he should share a little cheese and crackers with Jimmy Johnson. Thanks for letting me rant.
I haven't figured out the youtube to here part just yet. So for a silly little song about Scott Bakula(check out the little kid dancing). You must go to the Cult of Scott Bakula web page. They are a low budget cult), and the song is there. My mom was a big fan of Quantum leap. I will be officially joinig next april at Norwescon.org (for more info). Bio Harard has a hell of a party too, but I'm not crazy about techno music. Don't forget about http://www.rustycon.com (the Klingons usually run the casino. You haven't lived until you have witnessed Klingon Karaoke.
I'm slacking off at work so I'll make this a quicky. Tea party (#1 if I was stranded on a desert Island album.) Either "Correspondences - its slow but builds in insenty in the chorus, or Sister awake."
The songs that got the most air play up here were "Fire in the head." and "the Bazaar. They make a lot of noise for 3 guys in a good way.
Hi, I live near Seattle, and was curious if you guys play any Tea Party tunes. Oooh its Gary Hoey (have the x-mas cds), They are a candadian power trio (is there any other kind). Just curious if you have the cd "Edges of Twilight." If you do please could you play "Correspondences" or "Sister Awake." The first 2 songs "Fire In the Head, and "The Bazaar" got lots of local air play. And a song from another album called "Save me."
If not. No biggie. For the next 3pm show I'd settle for Iron Maiden's "Hallowed Be Thy Name." (seen Iron Maiden 4 or 5 times (lost count).