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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by all4blues, Aug 22, 2014.
At the moment there's a new Lawrence Welk song playing in my phonograph and it's the bee's knees
LOL, my mom used to work at the Lawrence Welk retirement home right off the 15. I brought a hot date to California for a wedding once and she insisted we go to the Lawrence Welk museum there. How could you say no to moms? The girls first time to California and we spend our first morning at the museum, followed by a terrible Chinese restaurant in Escondido ( 5 bucks, all you can eat) for lunch.
I made it up to her, she loved La Jolla and the gas lamp district in SD.
My MomMom (how the fuck do you even write that??) used to watch Lawrence Welk religiously, along side one of her sons, my Uncle Donnie. Uncle Donnie was also a big fan of Ponderosa back in the day. Good memories.
The real story of Santa, Merry Xmas fellow wave sliders!
total fire. What are you, 16?
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Best Rock and Roll band ever
I'm pretty fond of them myself.
I forgot how good this album was, actually not my favorite song on it but still a good one
I saw them in 1991. Gabby Haynes was a trip. Shooting LOUD blank rounds from what looked like some kind of antique rifle or musket on stage in time with the music.
Favorite band ever. My wife I connected over them. She thought I was an old fuddy duddy until I started talking about LIVE and when I started listening to them (early 90s).
She's not wrong!!
LOL. Got that right!
That's awesome, I never saw them. I have a cuz Im close with in California, he sent pics of himself hanging out with Paul Leary at a video shoot for a band called sprayAllen, (it's a side project for Eric Wilson, the bassist from Sublime, my cuz has been hanging out with him). He had great pics, said keep a lookout for this band.
The Buttholes for me are up there with Mudhoney, Dinosaur Jr, Sonic Youth, Melvins… bands that kind of defined a time and sound. Expanded my palate, which was mostly thrash metal and hardcore punk up till then.
I also saw Dinosaur Jr. around the same time '90 or '91. Tiny club. They were SO FUCKING LOUD. Like thumping groundshaking loud bass and drums the whole time but I still remember the vibrating feeling way deep inside my ears every time J Mascis stepped on a pedal and put that that guitar into overdrive. Great show. I never saw them again, and kind of lost interest after their first few records but "Yr living all over me" "Bug" and "Green Mind" from that period are all amazing heavy records.
I saw Tim Armstrong on an episode of the new Twilight Zone about an alien octopus, pretty cool. I didn't recognize him, he grew a duck dynasty beard. I always liked Rancid and Operation Ivy. This solo album was great, all old school dub.
Another Tim Armstrong side project, I love this tune