Love Made a Liar Out of Me, Album). More Conversations in Swing Guitar. You Mean Everything to Me. Sayin' Don't Make It So. You Dropped the Thing on Me. Conversations in Swing Guitar. Something to Remember You By. Don't Treat Me Like That. This Dream Still Coming True.
I'll Never Be the Same. What's Your Story, Morning Glory? Shufflin' With Some Barbeque. You'd Better Change Your Ways. Don't Fool Album) My Love. Jumpin' Rockin' Rhythm.
Can't Remember To Forget. Promise not to tell anyone cool? I recently purchased this CD, the one advertised about 23 hours a day on TV. This is a disclosure that, as you can see, has at least two embarrassing elements: 1 I went to Taco Bell.
But the truth of the matter is, I saw the commercial with old Billy from Melrose Place and all those hip band names bouncing around and a way-cool alternative song playing in the background and, well, what can I say -- it was an impulse buy.
Besides, Billy is super hunky. Now, I could always use the excuse that the CD is being hawked in support of a nonprofit group called Do Something, which, according to the brochure, is run by -- and I quote here -- "young people under the age of 30" who are devoted to doing something about the awful state of the world, one taco at a time.
Ha ha ha! Just a little Dave Barry humor there. In reality, Billy and his Do Something gang want to do all sorts of positive things for our ailing communities, none of which, curiously, have they specified. While I do not generally associate healing the inner city with shoveling Born To Love You - Duke Robillard - Temptation (CD money into the fast-food industry or the multinational corporations that run that industryI'm willing to give these Do Something characters the benefit of the doubt call it the Billy factor.
And anyway, I can probably write it off as a tax deduction. The important thing, of course, is the music. Unfortunately, though, the music kinda sucks. Actually, let me qualify that. It kinda sucks a lot. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Miami's stories with no paywalls. They are: "Low," by Born To Love You - Duke Robillard - Temptation (CD always cool-rockin' Cracker; "Slowly, Slowly," by the incomparable Magnapop; "Possession," by the terminally sensitive Sarah McLachlan; and "I'll Take You There," by General Public, who are apparently making their effort at eco-friendly Do Somethingish behavior by recycling this geezer of a tune.
The other six cuts include "Mary Jane," by the once annoying and now just pathetic Spin Doctors; "Tear," by pasty wusses Lotion; and a song called "Return to Innocence," by a band named Enigma hey man, what a cooooool name. Enigma sounds a lot like the Hare Krishnas who perform outside the Government Center downtown, though the Krishnas have more energy. There is also a song called "Hold Me Up," by the Velvet Crush, who wanted to call themselves the Pasty Wusses, but were worried people would get them confused with Lotion.
Anyways, the folks at corporate central say we consumers should expect plenty more of these nifty product tie-ins, wherein we Album) the opportunity to buy stuff we don't really need and to pollute a whole bunch of orifices at the same time. He spent over ten years with Roomful of Blues before departing inbecoming the guitarist for singer Robert Gordon and then a member of the Legendary Blues Band.
He became a member of the Fabulous Thunderbirds in to replace Jimmie Vaughan. Although he was a member of bands, Robillard simultaneously pursued a solo career in which he toured and recorded solo albums in other genres, such as jazz and blues. Briefly inhe was the guitarist for Bob Dylan 's tour. With The Fabulous Thunderbirds. With Scott Hamilton. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful.
I Dont Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You - Eddy Howard - Eddy Howard Sings the Great Ones (Vinyl, L, Allegro Ma Non Troppo, Un Poco Maestoso - Beethoven*, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Riccardo Muti - Le, Nocturnes, Bagdad Cafe The Trench Town - Everything (CD), Soldier ( Original Mix ) - Takeydo - Soldier (File, MP3), Star Trax, If You Leave Me Now - Maranata - Maranata (Vinyl, LP), Touch Me - The Doors - The Best Of The Doors (Vinyl, LP), Weeds (2) - ...And You Heard (CD)