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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by all4blues, Aug 22, 2014.
It was just a big concert in Philly... at the old Veterans Stadium, I think.
So I was paddling out at dawn yesterday. Before I was deep enough, the rogue wave of the day decided to blow my doors off. Head high and closing out; no good options available.
Still befuddled by sleep I tried the old spin and catch but found myself hurtling through space and time on a one-way ticket towards ignominy.
As I momentarily hung suspended in mid-air, time slowed down. Suddenly a burbling synth was running through my brain. As I was spinning in the rinse cycle, it came to me; “Crash and Burn”! Despite my situation, I had to smile.
I have a fond memory of seeing The Pat Travers Band open for Aerosmith in the late 70’s. Let me re-phrase that: I watched and listened as PT unceremoniously blew Aerosmith off the stage one night. Compared to Pat’s honed outfit, the headliners looked under rehearsed and over medicated.
To open the show Pat announced, “I’m Pat Travers and we’re here to Kick Your Ass!” He proceeded to do just that.
At least you didn't go lights out...
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True danger was averted. I simply followed the prescribed Swell Axioms learned at this very locale…
Learn to swim before paddling out.
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Leave nothing at the water’s edge.
4. Never drive South on The GSP on a Friday afternoon!
always kick off this weekend with this album
What's up, brother PJ! Good to see you...
Pat Travers band was straight up bad-ass. Yeah I can imagine Aerosmith looking pretty tired after PT. His record "Puttin' it Straight" is still on pretty regular rotation for me.
Best band to come of Australia in a while...I think:
Jersey Girl - Tom Waits