Opps, wrong thing to say? On the topic of going to a show and not hearing what you expected, I have been thinking about Levon Helm's shows and how many people must feel kind of let down when they go all psyched up to hear a little Cripple Creek or Milk Cow Boogie, only to find he is not going to sing all night. Isn't it great that in the year we are still looking forward to NEW Band material. That was a pretty long back order. When you and Katri come to Toronto in a few years I will look forward to your positive vibe in the city I always liked "Sounds of breaking glass" I think that's the name of the song?? The woman says thank you, and hangs up.
My fiance and I were having at lunch at the local Chili's yesterday. Don't Look Back van D. Are Dead was the best of the lot and that is an off shoot of Hamlet. I would like to ask those who knew Rick where his understanding of the importance of environmental health came from. But that's part of what makes Dylan Dylan.
Guest Book - Community organizations "Philosophy of Heart"
Try women in Aghanistan. I've always wondered about that. Colvin collaborates with John Leventhal, who produced, played many of the instruments and co-wrote all of the songs with Ms. Hammond's collaboration with Mr. Whatever reasons people seem disgruntled about his appearance and such--just remember the amazing literary ability of a HUMAN BEING gifted with immense talent and intensity to cut through so much grey matter and go into the black and white. I have always found bass players so interesting to watch - they don't normally thrash and crash like guitarists - they generally seem to have soft hands. Levon does a fine job, and is just being Levon.
He left it there all night long This show was one of the first on the AT tour after the album's release. I'm certainly hoping for that. That was the second to last song. One even asked to borrow my coveted Brown album. Bill, funny you should mention songs about dogs.