Friday, June 30, 2006
Wednesday, June 28, 2006
Sunday, June 25, 2006
Friday, June 23, 2006
Thursday, June 22, 2006
Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Sunday, June 18, 2006
Has anyone seen these 2?
Has anyone seen my mind? I cant find that either.
Has anyone seen the wind?
Has anyone seen the MIGHTY Wind?
Has anyone seen their babymomma standing in the shadows? Or was it "dancing" in the shadows. I never could make it out, as Don Ciccone's mother would say. "I cant make it out."
No shows or tour or anything. Too hungry. Feeling faint. Must get food.
Saturday, June 17, 2006
Thursday, June 15, 2006
Strawberries raspberries peaches nectarines cherries plums melon grapes yogurt honey granola.
Avocado red onion arugula brown rice red beans tomatoes gomasio gin and tonic.
No tour or shows or anything. 2busy entertaining. Let me entertain you let me make you smile. xx0
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Hey yall. This is my Uncle Lyle, who i visited in Michigan, playing a ukelele that he made. That's right, he MADE it. He lived with us when yours truly was a kid, and he was the one who showed me what cool was all about. He was a teenager with maximum style...the hair, the shoes, the pimpdaddy outfits, the 45s, the cars, and of course, the girls girls girls. When he would babysit us, he wasnt supposed to have girls in the house, so his work-around was to hang out with them (if ya know what i mean) in his salmon&white crown victoria convertible, which he kept parked in our front yard. And i would watch from the living-room window. ha ha!
He bought all the latest 45s, and i can still see some of the lables spinning around and around on the little turntable. One of my favorite labels2watch was KING. It was a pretty color, purple-blue with a silver crown, and the font of the word KING was beautiful. And of course, SUN. All the early Elvis. (P.S. to Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips... Please, WHEN r u going2record LOVING YOU?)
Then of course, he taught me how to dance, which got me into trouble when i did The Chicken at school. I guess "they" thought i was 2 young 2 b shakin' booty. I remember them acting shocked, and i didnt know why, and still didnt get it after my talking-to in the principal's office. They said it was a dirty dance and i shouldnt do it anymore. ha ha!!! Too late! I was already corrupted!
So anyhoodle, just about every musician can point to somebody who got them going on music, who was an early influence, right? So all u guitar-totin' accordion-wieldin' freaks, say thanx to your OWN Uncle Lyle, and to MY Uncle Lyle, i say "thanx a million, and keep on rockin' in the free world!" x0x0