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My Grandfather used to say that … When I had a cassette of “Full House” I was forever rewinding to replay that bad boy during road trips. Writer Nick Hornby was ahead of the curve in some respects when he first starting putting books out two decades back or more although I still have some trouble reading his stuff owing partly to his specific tastes in both football and music and my own personal prejudices in those respects. Hyyuuu-mor. “Take out your false teeth, mama, I want to suck on your gums.” With lines like that you can almost excuse the stagewear and hairdos. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. 1 decade ago. Saw these guys live a time-or-two in LA, back-in-their heyday.
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Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. I still listen to a lot of J Geils. Rebellion. Pelkey and I listened to that in the VN Subaru once en route to Interbike and roared our asses off. There were a bunch of keepers on that one, my favorites being “First I Look At the Purse,” “Pack Fair and Square,” and “Whammer Jammer.” Magic Dick could do magic for real — dude could make a harp sound like a sax. To enable Verizon Media and our partners to process your personal data select 'I agree', or select 'Manage settings' for more information and to manage your choices. Change ). I actually didn’t catch that many shows, feeling more or less about crowds the way George Carlin did. more. You may recall the band’s Eighties hits — “Centerfold,” “Love Stinks,” and “Freeze-Frame” — but I stumbled across them in the Seventies, my initiation likely being the live album “Full House,” which I still have on vinyl.
As usual Peter Wolf and Magic Dick play starring roles, but Geils contributes a few worthy licks on slide.
Back when I was working in cubicle land I streamed Pandora a lot and I had a J Geils channel set up.
(He was fine with the ones that paid to see him, though, I noticed.). http://traffic.libsyn.com/radiofreedogpatch/RFD-Bleach_Blanket_Bingo.mp3. Blog at WordPress.com. RIP. 0 0. Jeff Beck- Going Down. Even the kind of sucky ones. Answer Save. I know a bazillion people who sailed through hip/knee replacements without a hitch.
The Rolling Stones. Page 2 of 3 < Prev 1 2 3 Next > Apr 12, 2017 ; 335clone Living the dream. Every day I wake up and don’t see myself in the obits is a good one. Song(s) of the Day # 516 J. Geils Band Magic Dick - Lord of the Licking Stick! Post was not sent - check your email addresses! ( Log Out / If you need a tub of margarine, a spatula, and the dubious assistance of a giggling friend to squeeze into your old team jersey, it's time to step up to some kit that fits. He got worsewith a keyboard.Now he has a microphone.God help us all. As usual Peter Wolf and Magic Dick play starring roles, but Geils contributes a few worthy licks on slide.
I guess I would say I first heard of the J. Geils band during their 80's run of songs that I heard, never bought.
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And keyboard player-songwriter Seth Justman tinkles them ivories right nice too. I keep hearing that. I don’t want the blog to turn into an obit column, but I felt compelled to note the passing of John Warren Geils Jr., the guitarist behind the J. Geils Band.
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