’tain’t nobody’s business, my friend

Ladies and gentlemen, to rock us into the weekend, may I present, out of Knocks-vuhl Te’ehsee, the Black Lillies!

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Cupofjoe
Cupofjoe

I will be heading down to this large concrete structure downtown.Really odd as there will 75k people sitting in stands watching 2 teams in different colors run up and down on a white lined field with green fake grass.There are these two yellow painted structures on either end of the yard like thing.I understand my government will inform me next week what all those folks are doing and why I am going and paying a month’s salary to do so.Until then I will not speculate.

I can down with two friends.One is this old conservative dude who always is saying that because there are so many blacks playing they must have been given the spot from the government.On my left, of course, my liberal friend stays very concerned how hard the young men work and yells every time they are under paid and taken advantage of.

honested
honested

@Cupofjoe 

The impoverished arthur blank thanks you.

Now if we could just get busy and help him with the other 30% of costs.

TBS
TBS

Hope you didn't have to work too hard to make up that tale

Visual_Cortex
Visual_Cortex

If I were in San Fran over the weekend I'd be able to see this lady kick off her annual Christmas show mini-tour. But I'll have to imagine it instead.

(she'd dropped hints about maybe rushing out a no-frills solo album this year before getting back with Ted Leo to do another album as The Both, but that's not lookin' so good now.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPcpjtBMJIs

Visual_Cortex
Visual_Cortex

For Rivercard, if you're back for a look--Aimee did an entire concept album (The Forgotten Arm) about how substance abuse wreaks havoc on a relationship. Some of the lyrics cut deep, and twist...


They'll have a big parade
For every day that you stay clean
But when the trumpets fade
You'll go under like a submarine
And you won't see it coming
No, you won't see it coming


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqHW1PZ5RNo

rivercard
rivercard

@Visual_Cortex Lead singer Scott Weiland wrote this song about his relationship troubles and his growing heroin addiction. When he wrote it, he thought about what kind of a liar he had become towards his fiancé, Janina Castaneda, and how he had promised to stay off drugs when they went to Atlanta to record Stone Temple Pilots' second album,Purple. He didn't keep that promise, but in phone calls, would tell Janina that everything was OK. 


The song is written from Janina's perspective, with Weiland imagining her seeing right through his lies.