The moment at 6:52 (repeated at about 7:10) is perfect. It’s one of the most exquisite moments in music history. One of these fabulous guitarists is not me. I’ll leave it up to you to guess which one.
Look him up. You’ll love him too. Ignore the race crap. Peete was just a good guy. When I go, … Continue reading I STILL Love Calvin Peete (RIP)
It was almost a thrill to see that the Sox were down by ten runs, because — Red Sox fans, back me up on this — it still seemed as if there was a 50-50 chance they’d win. And watching that happen was more fun than a Red Sox fan can describe in words. Continue reading Red Sox Win! (Part II)
The name of the song is kind of silly, even cringe-worthy, but that doesn’t change the fact that what this guy does with a guitar is really good. Continue reading Love This Song!
A million variations on a million ways to tell her that I love her, and they all shocked their way up and down my body in the same instant, as my face nestled in Rose’s hair, and I whispered whatever it was I whispered. Continue reading Straight Guys CAN Know It
There are a million million chord sequences in life. Some of them need to be changed out for new ones. Some need to go away entirely. Some need to be improved, some reduced, some simply modified. Some need components replaced entirely. That’s always true. In everyone’s life there are chords that just don’t work. They don’t change the fact that your life can have beauty, excitement, fun, thrills… growth. Continue reading Play A Different Chord
It’s because of this alone that they should be in the Hall of Fame. I’ve watched this a hundred times, and it’s NEVER not been funny! Continue reading Abbott and Costello Should be in The Baseball Hall of Fame