June 20, 2014 § 5 Comments
It’s hell when they’re fully grown, lemme tell ya.
For E. And anyone else who likes the old stuff.
Hell Ben, I bet you heft not just one, but two fully grown heifers on a good day after your morning cup o’ joe. (You’re holding out on us!)
All I can say is “WHere’s your hat?!”
But then I wonder what kind of hat you wear – cowboy? Nah, Ball cap? No, don’t think so. Some homemade thingy Penny created?
Let us know.
I love the old stuff, too, so thanks for another mention of S & L.
Messing around… I should be cutting wood in the 90 degree heat.
Henry Thomas – Fishing Blues
Blind Willie McTell – Traveling Blues
Glenn Miller -The Rhumba Jumps
Thurston Harris – Little Bitty Pretty One
Dylan & Donavan high/drunk – dylan kicks donovan’s ass
I love that Donovan song. I think it was his best. I saw Bob Dylan on his first tour with The Band in 1966; they were then called The Hawks. I was 18. It was his ‘going electric’ concert. The first half was him singing his folk music and in the second half out came the electric guitars and the songs were much louder. I loved all of it but a lot of the audience walked out during the second half. I didn’t see the point of that and think they came just to make that stupid protest. I found it arrogant and rude to have audience members trying to dictate the play list. Luckily that only lasted that year and then everyone realised he still sang his message whether it be to acoustic or electric guitar, and it was always worth listening to.
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