Nice I can get in to some Talking Heads
When I was 4-6 years old I used to sit on the floor in the livingroom playing my Dads records
Someplace in a heavy rainstorm and Tornado warnings...
....now let's hear it for the 90's!
He used to use me as an excuse to my Mom to go see a concert lol
Last concert he went with me to was Clutch 1 or 2 yrs ago.
Now He stays current with music through what I listen to and most of the time likes what I like.
His Ipod play list is my play list any time he knows I have updated my playlists he brings his Ipod over for an update for new stuff.
My 90's contribution
I love how music can transport you back in time to a particular place. Good and bad. So many songs just take me and put me into the 60's or 70's, with sights and feelings so vivid.
Light My Fire plays and I can feel the chill in the night air riding in the back of my moms 66 VW with the top down as an eight year old......Wedding Bell Blues plays and I am 11 riding the Greyhound alone to Milwaukee to stay with my grandmother, I can still see the little 9 volt transistor radio(ear plug!), with my Laugh-In style 60's stickers on it.
Ace Frehley, Back In The New York Groove and I can see the exact street I was rolling my Talisman down with it cranked up.
Be careful with this Forum - all of it. It appears to have become contaminated with a virus embedded in one or more videos or YouTube snippets. Multiple antivirus warnings and the Microsoft "blue screen of death" (complete Windows restart) twice today. Sending a report to Trend Micro in a minute. Beware.
Also, just got an Adobe Flash crash warning.
Yeah, I just had my main computer locked up by a malware virus that is referred to as the FBI virus. A screen appears with FBI logos that says you have illegally violated copyright law and that your computer is now locked until you pay a $300. fine (payable by money order obtainable at many stores). Of course, despite the very authentic web page, this is a scam .... and extortion by Internet!
The FBI already has warnings on this. Unfortunately your computer is locked and you have to have a professional de-bug your system to return it to operating condition. In my case I contacted Norton Symantec where I have my security account, they were aware of the virus but said it somehow slipped through their net and that it would cost me $100. to have the malware removed (I did this took the tech 2 1/2 hours working over the Internet). I had contacted Staples who could also remove the malware but wanted $150.00 to do the job, and I would have to bring the machine into their store. Apparently many other (Staples tech said he had fixed over 36 computers in Midlothian that had become infected). So as they used to say on "Hill Street Blues," "Stay safe out there!"
Twenty-or-so minutes ago, while getting clothes together for some stupid banquet to give me some kind of award tomorrow.
In the living room, it would seem one of my friends has found the vinyl player and has chosen to help herself to some music.
Jeebus, my friends have as bad of taste as I do.