hey there nancy, with such a rockin list of top faves like yours im truly honoured by your kind words. nice to see the traveling wilburys mentioned TWICE!
thanks for dropping in and hittin the ol chums button!
btw the skeleton staff 'toon will be freshened weekly! do drop in...
Hi - nice meeting you also. My life here is dramatically different than when I lived in N.J. For one since I'm in the northwest of the country it is quite slower. When I'm back in N.J. it is a bit of a shock when first getting back on the parkway with the bumper to bumper traffic and everyone racing as if there's no tomorrow. I've been living here 8 years come Dec. Living in another country definitely changes ones perspective. I do miss eating out at home - nothing compares here.
Hi Nancy, I did the same with "Constructive Summer". Got goosebumps first time I heard it. Love the Screaming Trees. I don't think there is a better voice out there than Mr Lanegan. His solo stuff is a bit of a departure from the Screaming Trees, a lot more stripped back and bluesy. Really brings his voice to the fore. I'd recommend "I'll take care of you" and "Bubblegum" for a start. Let me know what you think of them if you give them a listen. Great to hear from you. Keep in touch and "Stay Positive" Mark
Thanks Nancy. Yup, digging an artists music follows radio exposure, which generally will be followed by live performances, and Sonia Dada up to now has had great selective regional success, and a big debut CD in Australia, as opposed to broad national popularity. Bit of trivia, the band's first single, #1 in Australia in '93, is currently #1 on the country charts..."Lover, You Don't Treat Me No Good No More', sung by a Jerrod Neiman. But again thanks, "A Day at the Beach" is a favorite of SD friends. cheers, erik http://erikscottbass.com
Thanks nancy -- we want the world to know about this. There are so many cool folks who really need a place to connect...and here it is! We really appreciate you spreading the word. BTW -- Nice town, Mountain lakes. I used to own a business in Glen Rock which isn't too far away.....
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