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#102539 - 05/12/03 06:06 AM Re: all you horny poets out there
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#102540 - 05/12/03 06:08 AM Re: speaking of pterodactyls...
re pterodactyls pair-o-dactyls
re Jaco Pastorious
He was Joni Mitchell's bass player during the 70's. I'm fond of Don Juan's Reckless Daughter. I also like his self-titled album. He also was in the band Weather Report. Try the album Heavy Weather. I'm sure musick will come up with some more good reccomendations. After all, he reccomended him to me
#102541 - 05/12/03 07:09 AM Re: speaking of pterodactyls...
I called Dag to ask about albums by Jaco for you, dxb. Dag's the real fan of Jaco (being the REAL bass player in our household; I also play but my skill is nothing compared to his). One of the songs that Dag really likes is actually Jaco's version of America the Beautiful, which apparently is on his live album called "Invitation". The guy manages to play two or three part harmony with a single pair of hands on his bass!!! It IS quite nice. And sounds pretty much impossible to learn.
Now, asking Dag advice about one of his favourite musicians is kind of hopeless because every album is accompanied by a statement like "Oh! That's a WICKED album, too!!" So he suggests, in no particular order, Word of Mouth, Portrait of Tracy, and his self-titled album. Hope that helps!
#102542 - 05/12/03 07:13 AM Re: speaking of pterodactyls...
OKaay! I shall sally forth next weekend, plastic at the ready. Thanks for the advice.
#102543 - 05/12/03 08:39 AM Re: bad reeferer
ok. sorry. try this:
and then scroll down to find the horn concertos.
they are a bit testy there, no?
Jaco rocks! too bad he couldn't stay off the drugs... no telling what he'd be playing today. his work with Weather Report is terrific. love Heavy Weather._________________________
formerly known as etaoin...
#102544 - 05/12/03 01:25 PM Speaking of suggestions
Since you's already covered most of the Jaco story, I'll add "Night Passage" by Weather Report as a prime contender for the best of Jaco in WR... and "Bright Size Life" by Pat Metheny and a mentor of mine named Bob Moses, which opened most peoples' ears to Jaco.
#102545 - 05/12/03 10:36 PM Re: all you horny poets out there
yep, faldage, that was the message I got as well. The heading at the top of the screen was Bad Referer.
But apart from that, it's a great site, etaoin. I might even fork out good money for it. Thanks for drawing it to our attention.
#102546 - 05/30/03 04:07 PM Re: all you horny poets out there
Loc: Atlanta, GA
I love Double dactyls.... I wrote one about a horny songwriter (which is as close to a horny poet as you can get...)
Rumored to have had a
Fling with a Stone.
Mick says it was a lie
Isn't his thing unless
Keith's home alone.
#102547 - 05/31/03 11:05 AM Double Dactyls
Loc: Atlanta, GA
Are you guys all played out on this thread? I hope not. Hi, my name is Lisa and I'm a dactylholic...
Tim Leary, PhD
Observed the mind.
On acid his world seemed
Still he sought answers 'til
Death he did find.
#102548 - 05/31/03 03:01 PM Third person plural
...not at all played out...never...just outtta site-outta mind...
I have to ask... do you have a sister named Alba? How many times have you heard that one...???
yanking yer chain as it
dangles in air
few of his comments are
no one should care
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