Merry Xmas to you Kevin and the rest of the 11W cabal!
One thing I notice about this team is they are clearly place a lot on "toughness" (which Day talks about frequently). How do you think that gets instilled into the players?
Another 30 minute Wire wormhole. Thanks D.J.
And thanks for the yin/yang memories of drinking at the Bier Stube and living in a DeSantis-owned apartment.
This is a great interview/guitar talk with the birthday boy...
No thank you. Always great to have another place to discuss music with real music lovers (as opposed to the hipsters at the office).
If you want to get into some more rare rock, this is a great blog to follow: http://www.aftersabbath.com/
Also has a page on FB, which he and others upload great stuff.
Haha! Of course I have! Love them.
Will definitely start hitting here more often. Thanks for starting this, my man!
Do you like Toad?
Thanks JCLP! Yeah, I just noticed it doing my morning Skull Session read. Great stuff, my man. Use to do a radio show that focused on rare cuts and unknown/underappreciated bands from 60/70s era rock. So definitely make a visit to TIMH part of my 11W stop(s).
Fantastic write up! And he is certainly worthy.
Have two bootlegs of Free and Rodgers and Kossoff were a freakin force. Underrated but not under appreciated by true rock fans.
Here's a cut from one of my favorite songs.
Usually late to doing this so basically make my pick then use the search function to see how close I can get.
249. Silver Bullet Beatdown!
Sorry. Read your handle and had to remember my college years and one of my favorite bar nights.
Yes, HTC. Those were for Manhattan salary numbers.
Was recently interviewed for a job in San Francisco and even though cost of living is about the same (excluding home buying), salaries are still $20-25K less.
No doubt a hotel or Times Square restaurant menu.
Hit Desmond's. Go there all the time for lunch. Beer/Burger $5.
Salary in NYC: $100K
Equivalent Salary in Columbus: $40K
Cheaper wings in Columbus
Went to Rankin Elementary. Easy decision, Ginter. But thanks for the behind the numbers on America's first dicknose.