The Firm had a lot of hype when it was released. It just seemed like they were neutered on both albums. A good deep cut is Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I’ll have to look, the track doesn’t ring a bell by that reference.Did you know that the Firm was tried as a rap supergroup 20 years later? It flopped as well. Nas, Foxy Brown and like 5 others. Nas is a music historian so I'm sure the name was his idea.
What was the name of the swan song the firm did? Tried looking through albums earlier but couldn't remember name of track.
It’s been trending this was for a while, but will physical tickets be a thing of the past with the pandemic?Non California courses i played as a traveling ticket scalper in the 1990s. Falcons fire-orlando. Tampa stpete airport course, torn down. West seattle, couer d lene, tijuana cc, uga course in athens,
I am fortunate in that my job covers greens fees sometimes. But I’d put together ash tray and couch change to play a round if need be. Damn sport is the one that has never come natural to me and I’m on a mission to improve.Have a good friend that told me hes spent 40k in the last decade golfing and hes far from wealthy! I'm frugal on hiking gear and spend maybe 300 a yr replacing gear I'd guess.
Had tickets to see Zeppelin live in Pittsburgh in 1979.Anything live with Page is good imo.
That's tragic on so many levels you couldnt even compain about it properly to friends. Guys kid dies is kind of off limits I'd guess in the old complaint box.Had tickets to see Zeppelin live in Pittsburgh in 1979.
Robert Plant's kid died a month before the show and they cancelled the rest of the tour.
John Bohman died the the following year, and they disbanded.
Did get to see the page- plant tour years later.
J. Geils and George thorogood together in pitt late 70's. Tremendous energy.That's tragic on so many levels you couldnt even compain about it properly to friends. Guys kid dies is kind of off limits I'd guess in the old complaint box.
Does bring up two new questions though.
Best concert you've attended?
Worst concert experience you've had?
J. Geils and George thorogood together in pitt late 70's. Tremendous energy.
Worst was Neil young when he did a concert that was basically a play on stage. He didn't tell anyone that he was going to do that.
Didn't sing any of his songs people came to see
I always wanted to see J Geils. They were a Boston area band, but they were HUGE in Detroit. What a great party band.somewhere in Mass. yes.
Detroit adopted them before they were mainstream, the were a funk and R&B, blues act.
Some of their early tracks are pure Motown
That's very kind but you and anyone visiting my city alongside me will be hard pressed to pay for anything.All the leans you ever gave me Drnk, you would never pay a dime - FACT.
Grateful Dead (of some form)