confessions of a lonely blues player, or principles? f..k 'em
Thu Sep 30 12:34:32 EDT 2004
As a mere mortal member of the audience I can tell you why I like it so
much it brings back great memories of the days when I first starting
going out to hear live music. I was thirteen or fourteen living in
Anchorage, the local bands always played it and it was/is a great song to
On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 21:32:49 -0700, Ryan Hartt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>It's actually a great song, though "Funky Broadway"
>and "I Found A Love" are way better Pickett tunes. Why
>it has become a bar room anthem I'll never know.
>--- Blue Stew <email@example.com> wrote:
>> It was Thursday night when this alluring, Goddess of
>> seduction walked
>> to the stage and asked, "can you playâ¦?" I don't
>> wanna say it but it
>> sounds like "Tin Pan Alley" or "Silicon Valley".
>> I just stood there for a second 'till she put her
>> hand on my chest and
>> begged softlyâ¦softly and tenderly like that
>> sleazy, Siren bitch that
>> led the Viking ships to doomâ¦"please?"
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