Al and I chatting after the concert. Nice to see the show. It had been awhile. I missing playing live, and I miss my homies. Nice night. Many, those guys are FEROCIOUSLY good, and Al was in RELLY good voice.
Oh forever envious shall I be. Two living embodiment's of awesome in the same place at the same time. A legendary reunion of legends. Oh how I wish to have been in the vicinity of such talent. That, by some miracle of nature and science, I could absorb through osmosis just an infinitesimal increment of the plethoric talent, so copiously saturating the atmosphere.
Looks like you had a great time brother! I'm vicariously happy for you! Keep on rockin', I'll be watchin'!
I wouldn't define myself as a particularly practiced practitioner of parables per say. However, I do derive enjoyment from embellishing an otherwise drab, dry, dismal, or dreary sentence here and there. Keeps things interesting...
(At the very least I like a little alliteration in my literature.)
At the age of about 11 I had this sort of vague contempt for music as a waste of time and a distraction from the far more important books. One day, a friend played "Eat It" on his computer and I was amazed. It was music that wasn't boring! What was this sorcery?
From those handful of Weird Al songs, my music collection grew. Haltingly at first, a scarce few songs recommended to me by friends, and then increasingly in a rush. Now I listen to music perpetually. I can scarcely think without it.
12 years later I still have those same Weird Al mp3s, having survived five computer switches and all the hard drive crashes and rewrites that came between. They're still at the very top of my now significantly larger mp3 library. Whenever I open Media Player and hit play it always starts with "Another One Rides The Bus".
From there, shuffle takes me incredible places - classical, electronic, acoustic, pony... but it always starts with Weird Al.
haha.... same happened to me, though i was a bit older, and all i ever heared was that damable reagueton
it was the only they would put on the radio... and then i heard some rock, punk, and some romance-story`s music that werent terribly bad, though it wasnt untill this fandom that i got into a lot of other genres of music else, chiptune, rap, blues, jazz, orchestral and all that other stuff