I was introduced to his music at a very early age, and went on to play acoustic guitar and a little harmonica!😁 For around 10 years i was playing, mostly dylan, (and neil young, simon and garfunkel etc.)very dedicated i was too!😊 His voice is so expressive i think that's lost on a lot of folks. I found his bootlegs when i went to london and worked in my early 20s, in Camden market, they were playing one of the bootlegs at the time and i felt like i'd found music heaven. Take care friend!💚 My best friend when i was growing up also named his first born Dylan.👊
All my working life i've worked night shift or the afternoon /evening shift pretty much. Now i work early morning start time, i've to get up around 6. I used to still be up at 6 on weekends watching UFC. Those days are done for now, i'm working with some really cool folks now tho and i get fed at my job and i'm left alone to get it done. Get my first wage this week but it'll not be till another couple weeks till i'm back on track. Don't let folks tell you there's loads of jobs out there cause it just ain't the case. Tho after i actually found work i did get other offers /opportunities else ware too but i'm happy where i am even if my start time is not for a late night stoner. One more tip, references are important nowadays, if you're gonna leave your job try not to fall out with the company you currently work for.😁❤️
Only legendary artist I've walked away from when they were performing. Super pretentious at Glastonbury refusing any screens for his performance in the late '90s. Dreadful acoustics (only worse at Glastonbury was Orbital, and that was sad as I was looking forward to them so much). We went to get food instead and left Bob singing badly out of tune. Vastly overrated performer, outstanding songwriter.
Well we can only speak as we find. One of the very best gigs I ever saw was Arthur Lee and Love playing not long before he succumbed to leukaemia. Outstanding acoustics and a performance so good you'd think it was recorded: Shazam showed otherwise.
Let me drink from the waters where the mountain streams flood Let the smell of wildflowers flow free through my blood Let me sleep in your meadows with the green grassy leaves Let me walk down the highway with my brother in peace
I've been off around 9-10 days now and looking at another 2 weeks. Easy peasy, it gets easier and easier each time you get off it believe me. I suffer no real sweats now and can sleep no problem and feel pretty good too. This time has been the easiest yet just keep yourself busy and try focusing on others, use the time to get things done. Getting up early helps too, catch the morning sun.👍 Music is a great healer and this ones for you my friends and when we get back we ain't gonna need $40 a gram hash to get high, all we're gonna need is a puff or two of some regular and if you do choose the extortionate stuff on your return be careful!😁 I'll probably go with some $23 a gram iso hash and end up on the floor after a single skinner. Could buy myself a g or two now but no point really especially Christmas coming up. Be well out there and enjoy the real dopamine God gave us to get by with in this nasty cruel world we live in now. ❤️👊
Song starts about the guy and his new love, but turns quick to his sick best friend, with terminal cancer running through it's blood. The lyrics in song are of those between the man and his doggo, their interactions together. The doggo begins the dialogue between them with
'let it go', 'i'll be there when you call', 'And whenever I fall at your feet 'You let your tears rain down on me'
that's when songs switches from thoughts of the girlfriend to his doggo and the dialogue between them.
End of verse 1 you hear about a slow turning pain, start of verse two we hear from man about his doggo hiding and it's voice not sounding right.
'You're hidin' from me now There's somethin' in the way that you're talkin' The words don't sound right But I hear them all moving inside you'
once man has noticed his doggo's voice has changed and heard the cancer moving through itthe doggo responds with
'Know' ,'i'll be waiting when you call' 'Hey', 'whenever I fall at your feet' 'Won't you let your tears rain down on me?'
Sitting here enjoying this track as i think about how LB has made life a bit easier the last few weeks, letting a bong of his Holinesses' Kosher Kush topped with RealD's Gary Iso melt the back of my eyes... yep, much easier! Lessons have been learned, eyes opened, perceptions realised, focus narrowed, faces have been revealed to be multilayered, one of many, one for me, one for you, be careful out there people, not everyone is your friend but look after and be grateful for the ones who are, life is too short to waste it on bad anything and the most precious thing we have is time, spend it doing the things that make you happy.
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Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.
Had a couple liberty cap shrooms today that i picked yesterday, fantastic so they are, just took the two, one this afternoon and one this evening. Someone was out in the fields gathering them all up, i had seen the shrooms before and regretted not picking some so when i seen them again yesterday i didn't hesitate gathering a few.
Fantastic, i enjoy sitting back on the web, when in nature i go with no expectations, i let it surprise me, maybe with, ultra long shadows, light rays, hawks, seagulls chasing hawks, deer, watching the river rise, seeing the doggo exuberant in his natural habitat.
I love the bit where it goes - 'it smells like shit on the carpet - smell it ', haha. Instant olfactory nostalgia Also when it goes 'I just got an ounce in the mail', and I think - wow, that can really actually happen now! haha
First record I ever bought as 9 year old was T. rex ride a white swan, second was Rolf Harris ! If you want really embarrassing, first ever gig I was 15 and got asked by bunch of friends to go to a cliff richard concert, not a cliff fan but went as fancied a girl. Two songs in realised it was a religious tour, no devil woman tonite. Still cringe at memory of everyone holding hands and singing allehluya.
I have electric 6s gay bar on vinyl, doesn't represent who I am or even my favourite genre of music, I just think it's a tune. It does raise questions when someone notices it for the 1st time, especially if they've not heard it, because I then feel the need to make them hear it and agree it's a tune
Saw her live about 20ish years ago. Was great. Have a limited edition Frank Kozik poster (photo added) advertising one of her New York shows. Love Kozik's work from around that time. Had an awesome one advertising a show by The Oblivians (if you don't know them, look them up) too, but that's not near mint like the PSS one as it spent a lot of time on walls in various houses.
When I was 6 the first ever song I bought was Jimmy Somerville, mighty real. In my defence I just liked the cassette art. No excuses however when I purchased the Hamster Song. I was old enough to know better.
Folks the music will be here soon, just a quick message from your sponsor. White Runtz 60 /40 diamonds distillate no terp added to try, just back from work hour ago, my free lunch is now cold, been off medicine for few days and a single skin hash doob just floored me. After the white runtz the music will begin! Who shall we find next on the slow beats tempo this time i wonder. OK the song lets go!👊
Wu Tang Clan - Enter the Wu Tang (managed to see them in NYC for Rock The Bells 2010 performing the whole album was a dream comes true) and the second best album for me would be Gang Starr - Moment of Truth
finally someone said Blue Lines. It's odd because in a lot of ways musically I don't rate it highly, it's kind of clumsy in parts, some of the ideas are underdeveloped, some of it almost makes me cringe. But there was just something so special about that time and the sound felt so new and yet familiar. Even though their later stuff is "better" Blue Lines has such a permananet special place in my heart.