Posted On: Saturday - May 20th 2023 4:03PM MST
In Topics:   Genderbenders  Music  Humor  Southern rock
Nobody seemed to think this one was funny yesterday. "Never, never, never give up!" is what I say.
How do Scottish men refer to a quicky?
First we'll embed some David Bowie music. Suffragette City is from his 1972 album entitled, to be thorough The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. It's usually called Ziggy Stardust. This was a "B side", that was the song on the verse of the old 45 rpm "single" records (actually doubles) that was not supposed to be the intended hit song. Starman was the "A side". I've never heard it yet.
I really need to listen to that whole album, called one of the best Rock Operas ever, a type of concept album. Though not a rock opera as I understand the term, ELO's Time and The Eagles Desparado are my 2 favorite concept albums.
Oh, the punchline: "Wham, bam, thank you, lamb."
We have a commenter named "Ark Builder". That name reminded me of this Atlanta Rhythm Section song of the very same year but completely different style. It's from the first and self-titled album from the band. If you've never heard of this one, well, join the 99.999%. A slow ballad that'll grow on you Forty Days and Forty Nights is one of the more obscure songs from this nearly obscure (at this point) Southern Rock band.
That's Rodney Justo singing. After this album, he left the band and was replaced by Ronnie Hammond.
Great ending of that song for this end of our blog-week. We will get in those 2 movie reviews at some point, there'll be 2 posts at least on the ruin of South Africa and its inherent warning to Americans, and other stuff will surely pop up. Have a great Sunday, and thanks for reading and writing!