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All Time Lows

Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by Martha Washington, Nov 23, 2005.

  1. Martha Washington

    Martha Washington eat it! it's GOOD for you

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    even the people you like can screw it up sometimes.
    know what I mean?

    I've been a Bob Dylan Fan since before I had a Color T.V. but the guy has REALLY done some crap along the way.

    My All Time Low for Dylan?
    This EMBARRASSING version of "Like a Rolling Stone" he did on a live album in the 80's. It was this BIG Vegas Style version with Ikettes style back up singers.

    oh, how does it feel?
    OH, HOW DOES IT FEEEEEL????
    to be on. your. own?
    TO BE ON YOUR OWWWWWWN???

    you get the idea.
     
  2. Martha Washington

    Martha Washington eat it! it's GOOD for you

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    although, his version of Paul Simon's "The Boxer" is close behind!
     
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    Spike Rock & Soul Archaelogist

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    The whole of Self Portrait was an embarassment.

    Spike
     
  4. Martha Washington

    Martha Washington eat it! it's GOOD for you

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    now, two birds with one stone.
    Jagger and Bowie's video for "Dancing in The Street"
    (shudder)
     
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    Spike Rock & Soul Archaelogist

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    A lot of people might not know and/or remember it, but Rod Stewart used to be good. Every Picture Tells a Story is one my favorite albums of all time. But how do you explain something as truly awful as Do You Think I'm Sexy?

    Spike
     
  6. Martha Washington

    Martha Washington eat it! it's GOOD for you

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    Gasoline Alley is good too!
    and ALL that Faces stuff.
    but, you're right.

    those leopard skin pants must cut of the blood circulation to your brain.
     
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    Martha Washington eat it! it's GOOD for you

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    as much as I dread "Do you Think I'm Sexy" MY All time Low for Rod is those standards albums he's been doing.

    Blech.
     
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    A Spanner in the works is my favorite Rod Stewart CD. I can't watch him live now though. He was on Letterman a while back and he looked pathetic. Looked like he was going to fall half the time. I feel like sitting him down and telling "Wake up Rod. I think I got something to say to you. It's late September and you look like a fool."
     
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    But wait there's more:

    It's true you keep me amused. But your music being abused. I wish they didn't do a close up of your face.

    Sorry. Got carried away. Have A Great Thanksgiving All.
     
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    Music Wench Rock and Roll Grandma

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    True. At least with Do You Think I'm Sexy it was somewhat comical. The standards doesn't even have that going for it.
     

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