right33

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I don't wanna live inside…Visto por última vez: Junio 2013

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  • Aya144

    I finally managed to read your question after almost a year, though I might be literally too late, either way a promise is a promise, my answer is I'm usually distant from people, i have a history of people only using me for their benefit, so yeah, not so warm and affectionate lol, though i am trying to change that. I am sorry to hear your gone, I was happy chatting with you, I hope you have the chance to travel now, and find a better place, RIP! Hope you find your happy place!

    20 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Jeny30

    Sad to hear about the tragedy and you passing away. It was really nice knowing of you for a short while, at least. Thanks for adding me back as friends and a reply message. Happy Birthday, My Friend. Thoughts and Prayers, Rest In Peace <3

    19 Dic 2013 Responder
  • BloodyParasite

    I can't believe it's been 4 months already since you've been gone. I've become an empty shell without you in my life. I fucking miss you.

    2 Nov 2013 Responder
  • easterntrees

    nothing like coming to answer your question about Joni Mitchell and finding out that you're dead. I'll hike up to the top of the hill tomorrow dawn and see about beaming the video you were asking about up into space.

    6 Oct 2013 Responder
  • jdrevpile

    Check PM. Got that track you wanted. Cheers.

    26 Ago 2013 Responder
  • BloodyParasite

    Tom, I miss you so damn much. You were my best friend, the love of my life, my soulmate, my life partner. I still can't take that you're gone forever. Thank you for all the precious moments that we lived together; the times we cried together, laughed together. I don't know how I'm supposed to live on without you. You were my reason to live, you were the strength in my life. I wouldn't be the person I would be today if it weren't for you. You have and will always be the most important person in my life. I'll miss laughing with you about random shit, your religious person impersonations, your beautiful smile.. When we met, you said "I've been waiting all my life to meet you and now I'm never letting you go." And you never left me, until now. You left a huge void within me; a certain kind of loneliness that only you can fill in. We were going to marry, spend the rest of our lives together, and always bring happiness to each other's lives. I will always miss you, my prince. I love you.

    3 Jul 2013 Responder
  • jreare

    Although I don't know Grace's stuff very well (surely not as well as I Sandy's) I can say 2 things. 1: Dreams - it's a very solid rock album, and it's hard to find a really bad song there. My favourite is Seasons (completely not like Starship... she sounds like a person taken from a mental asylum - but it sounds great). Dreams, Face to The Wind or Angel Of The Night are a bit more Starshippy. Let it Go is good too, but these lyrics, sung by the Queen Of Acid sound like a pinnacle of hypocrisy. 2: And there's one more thing - actually - my favourite of her solo stuff: Theme From The Movie Manhole. I can't stand the rest of Manhole album, but this 15 minutes long attempt of mixing Airplane's style with progressive rock song structure is a masterpiece - especially the ending, when she sings "Don't tie him down...". I think if you like Airplane's Aerie (Gang of Eagles) or Lather, you might enjoy that one. It's a good showcase of her vocal capabilities... also, there was no such movie.

    20 Jun 2013 Responder
  • jreare

    Hey, just saw you listening to White Rabbit and thought that you might like one recommendation (sorry for spamming, if not)... Anyway, back in 1966, before she joined Airplane, Grace recorded Somebody To Love and White Rabbit with her first band - The Great Society. While Somebody To Love (called Someone To Love back then) is just a slightly less rocking and underdeveloped version of what was later heard on AIrplane's Surrealistic Pillow, White Rabbit is a completely different thing - more trippy, and with more screaming. Actually - they recorded some other interesting things - among them Sally go 'Round Roses, and psychedelic Darkly Smiling.

    19 Jun 2013 Responder
  • mirrorball95

    Correct! It was my favourite album at the time of joining :)

    18 Jun 2013 Responder
  • BloodyParasite

    Check your texts, you noob :U

    13 Jun 2013 Responder
  • Jeny30

    Courtney Love next Thrusday night @ TLA - WOOT!

    13 Jun 2013 Responder
  • TheGreatChupon

    I haven't let myself listen to any full-length tracks yet, since I'd rather hear them as part of the full album; but MAN is that trailer promising!! It helps, too, that I saw CSN live in Colorado this past summer and gained a huge new appreciation for Stephen's excellence on electric guitar these days, an excellence that I think (and Stephen would agree, based on that recent interview about Carry On) way surpasses his early work on the instrument. (Acoustic, on the other hand, he's always been incredible with.)

    12 Jun 2013 Responder
  • TheGreatChupon

    Precisely! I wonder whether Stephen's reading Waging Heavy Peace had something to do with this. Neil write so lovingly about Stills and his misunderstood or neglected genius, standing by him all the way. Forming an impromptu band, quickly writing several songs, and recording an album in a week sounds more like something Neil would do!

    12 Jun 2013 Responder
  • TheGreatChupon

    I see you're listening to The Rides already. Sounds like Stephen made a scorcher!!!

    12 Jun 2013 Responder
  • marshalldante

    I'll do my best, sir. :) Hey I saw in your events thingy that you're going to see Courtney Love next month. I am too, only you're seeing her in Philly, and I'm seeing her in D.C. But I can't wait!

    18 May 2013 Responder
  • marshalldante

    Haha but it's true though, right? Regardless of how you feel about Kurt, that statement, unfortunately, holds true twenty years later. Now who's the highest selling "rock" acts? Maroon 5? That's why I'm going to California before the end of this year. Hopefully I'll be the one to make a difference. :)

    16 May 2013 Responder
  • marshalldante

    How about, your charts are amazing and I envy the fact that you got to see all of those awesome bands. :)

    15 May 2013 Responder
  • BloodyParasite

    All your music is mine.

    14 May 2013 Responder
  • CWAS91

    His show was fantastic! I wasn't sure what to expect as I had never really heard him sing previously, but it was fantastic. He also did 5 Smiths songs, which I was extremely pleased about! :)

    8 May 2013 Responder
  • micahnewman

    For CW b-sides, look up torrents with their whole discography.

    1 May 2013 Responder
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The Smashing Pumpkins (x6)
Richie Havens (2 or 3 times)
Richard Thompson (x2)
Leonard Cohen
Simon & Garfunkel
Bob Dylan
Crosby and Nash
Neil Young
Neil Young and Crazy Horse (x3)
Fleetwood Mac
Foo Fighters
Crosby, Stills, and Nash
Stephen Stills
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
The Who
The Rolling Stones
Johnny Marr
Mark Kozelek
The Starting Line
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James Iha
10,000 Maniacs
Paula Cole
David Bromberg
Queen + Paul Rodgers
Patti Smith
Joan Osborne
Lindsey Buckingham
Arlo Guthrie (x2)
Jefferson Starship (x2)
Iggy and the Stooges
Desert Rose Band
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Live 8 (Philadelphia)
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Kill Hannah
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Poco
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Joan Baez
Chris Smither
The Pretenders
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Country Joe McDonald
Tom Paxton (x3)
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