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I always thought that was a Blondie original! You learn something new every day.
Of course, since we're talking Blondie, you have to...
There was a local band in Champaign, IL when I was in school there in the '90s called Sarge. Smart, snappy punk-pop led by a woman named Liz...
Richard Hell and the Voidoids - Love Comes in Spurts
Lou Reed, Beginning of a Great Adventure (although I can't tell if he actually had a kid in the late '80s or if he was just riffing about it)...
When I was in college the apartment I lived in from '89 to '91 was down the street from a sorority. There were *so* many Saab 900 Turbos in that...
I know why they extended the top deck, but I always thought the original design looked cleaner. And holy heck, I never realized how much bigger...
My first guitar was a plywood GSO (guitar-shaped object) that my girlfriend (now wife) bought from a pawn shop for a hundred bucks. She never...
"Country Honk" on Let It Bleed. Honky Tonk Women is so good. That song...isn't.
Dire Straits' Tunnel of Love has both.
The last song on Warren Zevon's last album.
Tom Petty's Video for "You Got Lucky" is the same idea only with more of a post-apocalyptic feel. Mike Campbell finds a hollow-bodied Gretch...
George got sued over this one. My Sweet Lord
Is pretty much She's So Fine by the Chiffons.
Jethro Tull's "Thick as a Brick" name-drops Superman and Robin.
So, come on you childhood heroes!
Won't you rise up from the pages
I love that song but I find this one more fun to play.
And since you and your wife both sing, you could do these back-to-back:
All the dreams you had, have any or all of them come true?
If they haven't yet, I hope they do.
--Syd Straw, CBGB's
That's a real pretty guitar. Congrats!
I only have one *electric* guitar, and it's a Tele.
Don't ask me how many amps I have.
You know what they say--every warning label is there for a reason....
The throne of God.
Interesting. Tele with a Strat neck in the lower picture, and...some kind of slot-head headstock in the top?
Not too far from where my grandmother lived there's a road called "Teapot Lane" with another road leading off it ending in a cul-de-sac called...