A rambling kinda talk about life and all that comes with it, past, present & future, joined together with an eclectic selection of great music...
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Okay... first Tom Waits, then King Crimson. Have you been digging through my brain?Ian Wallace, one of the early drummers in the band started up a jazz trio a few years ago playing Crimso tunes.Check this link out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mE6Ptqw3DYcMay not be for you. I'm not an "all kinds of jazz" guy, but I dug hearing music I knew in this format.Cheers brother!
Anthony, you occasionally spill the contents of your brain in full public view - like when you brought up King Crimson in your defense of Phish on a recent Dyscultured. My King Crimson days go back to a waterpipe on the West Island of Montreal in the early 70s- along with the Moody Blues and Pink Floyd. More for the head trip than their musicianship which is what I think you appreciate. Thanks for the link. Keep smiling!
P.S. Anthony - I loved the Phish version of I Am the Walrus at the end of Dyscultured #89! And no, in spite of your name, you don't seem at all Italian - not that there's anything wrong with that...
Dude. You hit upon one of my totally most-hated words in the language: "should." I should, you should, We really should... Gahhhhh. If you have to say "I should X", doesn't that really mean "I don't want to X but something outside of me is compelling me to do X anyway??In a previous life, I was a great "should-er." I let other people dictate my agenda. I wouldn't bend over backwards to do something for someone else; I'd stick my head up my ass and turn myself inside out. I still struggle with that.
Loved the podcast. Honest and heartfelt. :) And you're right about friends and meeting new people. I enjoyed meeting you and hope to see you again soon.Thanks for doing what you do and making the podcasting world better.
I really like the theme of this show. Your emphasis on friendship inspired me to crawl a little more out of my shell during my Freshman year of college and after doing so I was able to experience a wealth of relationships with people who I may have otherwise written off as dissimilar to me. I hope you realize that with each podcast the things you say sometimes go further than you may intended or even realize. You have a very overall positive influence in my life and I am still faithfully listening. Keep 'em coming Ken!!! That's an order!!!
Dude, I had to drop you a line to let you know that I really enjoyed this episode. Great theme; good friends are worth more than their weight in gold.Once again, the Scarborough Dude hits it out of the park.
Delighted to get so many supportive comments for an episode I almost aborted! Thank you for the shot of confidence.
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