Typo fixed. 07 not 09.
Typo fixed. 07 not 09.
Best: 1995 Cleveland Indians clinch AL Central
Worst: 1987 Cleveland Browns AFC Championship loss at Denver (The Fumble)
Happy Mardi Gras and birthday, Peter!
Johnny Marr co-wrote The Right Stuff, IIRC. Good tune.
Photo links repaired and updated.
Happy Belated Birthday, Dr. G!
Only if they're doing it wrong.
Major, all these years later, I still remember much of it. Keith was technically wonderful, as expected, and a maniac on stage. When he had to play flawlessly, he did, but when there was room for mayhem -- well, he did. That side of ELO doesn't always come across on their albums. Lucky Man was recording perfect. Greg Lake sang like an angel and played acoustic guitar on that song. The Moog "outro" was note perfect. And, Carl Palmer's drum rig was the most massive I've seen to this day.
Thanks for asking, and allowing me to go back there in my mind.
First: Emerson, Lake & Palmer (first US tour), Wooster College, 4/9/72
Best: Bruce Springsteen (Born to Run tour), Allen Theatre, 4/7/76
Last: Nickel Creek (reunion tour) Cain Park, 7/18/14
Yeah, we need more players and coaches that no one else wants. /smh
This just in. The melee at the bowling alley apparently began when neither team could locate their balls.
First time I visited the Rock HOF I was intrigued, and a little freaked out at the display of Morrison's childhood stuff -- cub scout uniform, etc. Particularly eerie was a hand made Christmas card for his parents, obviously dating back to grade school. In red crayon "Dear Mom and Dad --- Have a Cool Yule!" Then, in barely visible green crayon, literally written between those lines (almost subliminal) "You better get me something good."
Kind of both sides of Morrison's personality on full display, and early on.
20 years? Now, I'm embarrassed. Not usually this clueless about musicians. I heard the studio version of Let It Ride with The Cardinals on local college radio one day a couple of months back. One of those songs I had to note the date and time it was on, so I could look it up later in the online playlist.
Thanks for the history lesson!
New to me in 2017, Ryan Adams. Not sure if it's folk, rock or country. Just call it roots.
Taking your ball and going home is for losers.
Beat Iowa. Beat everybody.
I expect JT to prowl the sidelines and make a hell of a coach some day.
"Don't it always seem to go
That you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone"
When you don't do everything you can to win a game, you've thrown it. Have you ever seen Saban so blase about a loss? He clearly didn't care, and wanted this week off to heal up for the playoffs.
I miss Zappa.
Short story, contracted with customers, promising a certain discount (rebate). Intentionally cut the discount due.
Full (25th anniversary) is a must have box set for Jethro Tull fans.
Classic live album: ABB at Fillmore East
Yes, clearly he'll do what he wants. But, there's no harm in encouraging him to stay and compete for the starting job. If he's as good as some believe, nothing will deter him.
If Bama gets in with its 127th ranked strength of schedule and without winning its conference, it'll be a victory for the most cynical approach to college football ever. And, don't compare this year's Bama to last year's Buckeyes. Their records and lack of confernece championship are the same, but the Buckeyes beat 3 top teams. It was still difficult for the committee to take them over PSU. This year, the committee doesn't have to worry about ignoring the SEC conference champ. It should shun Bama without regret.
Strength of schedule matters. Bang that drum!
And, yes, I am assuming the Bucks will beat Wisconsin.