Sunday, August 28, 2005

Here We Are Now, Entertain Us


1." "I'm a freak in heat/A dog without warning/My appetite is sex/cos,oh, me so horny/ Oh, Me so horny/Oh, me so horny/Me love you long time..."

2. Average age: Still younger than the Rolling Stones.

3. Fortunately, it wasn't warm, because when it was warm, Herbert (on violin) would wear a raspberry beret and not much more.

4. "Back in the 80's, we were the Thompson Twins."

5. "In ancient times, hundreds of years before the dawn of history, an ancient race of people... the Druids. No one knows who they were or what they were doing..."

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Spinal Tap reference.

Hey, I think the drummer is about to self-combust!

-walstib

Chip said...

LOL They remind me of Homer Simpson's dad.

I thought you might want a crack at this one: Al 'N' Cindy

http://editorial.gettyimages.com/source/search/details_pop.aspx?iid=53475710&cdi=0

-- "Beagle"

Divine Miss M said...

We can laugh looking back on it, but in Little Rock they're still talking about the scheduling mix-up of November 13, 1998: Brother Love's Travellin' Salvation Show gamely played to the blase fans at the nightclub who'd paid to see Ministry, while Ministry scared the @#$% out of the worshippers who'd come to the tent revival across town.

Chevy Rose said...

"The originator of wearing caps backwards, Jimmy Paul Whezzer, 80 last June, spends his retirement days now in a retirement home in Branson, Missouri. His band "The Whezzer Gezzers" opens Saturday night performance for Willie Nelson. Whezzer never learned to read music so he only plays one note on the fiddle, but his son or grandson unplugs his amp before he plays it. Willie Nelson took lessons in his early youth from Whezzer on how to bake brownies, and a friendship was born."

Van Helsing said...

The Rolling Stones thought they had finally found a warm-up band that wouldn't outperform them.

Jonathan said...

VH1's "Where Are They Now?" visits "A Flock of Seagulls."