I've got some '73 cranked right now with DS>Eyes going and I look out the front window and there's two does (deer) laying down underneath a cedar tree not 15 ft from the window with their ears pointed at the window. Honest to goodness truth. Gonna turn it up a little more for us. :)))))))))
so I'm watching Independent Lens tonight on PBS and it's about Rick Hall's Fame Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Eventually they start talking about Percy Sledge and the ever so beautiful DJG comes on in an interview and states that she got her big break when she was hired as one of the backup vocals in Percy Sledge's "When a Man Loves a Woman". Never knew that and I'll probably never hear that song the same again. Didn't know she was born and raised in Florence, AL. either and apparently she's still active in the Muscle Shoals music scene. Great show.....
**How fitting, she ends up being the very last image as the show ends. Catch it when you can.
"Now Muscle Shoals has got the swampers
and they've been known to pick a song or two"...
"I've got a bike. You can ride it if you like. It's got a basket, a bell that rings and things to make it look good. I'd give it to you if I could, but I borrowed it." -Syd Barrett
Great back to back holidays to celebrate if you have the mind (and the resources).
"we don't make mistakes here, we just have happy accidents." Had I actually been thinking about it, wtj, I would've clocked in at 4:19 (%);-)
...you had to post that at exactly 4:20 pm? Happy bike day to you, too. Sheesh. By the way, happy 4:20 eve everyone.
71 years ago today, the genie was officially let out of the bottle in Basel, Switzerland.
And, as if in celestial celebration, the Lyrid meteor shower is underway, peaking the night of 4/21 - 22.
headed to the final four in Dallas against fried chicken
Best wishes to Mike Edwards. Spinning free has happened a bunch on this site: Has AnnaRxia left us too, or is she snowed in down east?
Slo, that first paragraph still stands.
The second only registers if one chooses to acknowledge it.
Boredom is one thing.
Scapegoats are another.
Wow! That was many years ago.