Sex & God & Rock & Roll
Where's the babelicious one who looks like she just wandered in from 1964 Swingin' London?[No, David, you can't fantasy undo her hair---I already have! ;-)]
This is a very nice post, Madpriest. They bring to mind other bands I like, American and British. But why name those bands and start boxing Val Verde in? I’ll just say I love a big sound that really rocks. They also have an interesting name. Val Verde is a small twon in northern L.A. county. Anyone headed north on the 5 freeway out of Los Angeles could roll down a window on the driver’s side and shout out a hello. OK, that’s a bit of an exaggeration; calling Val Verde a small town might be another exaggeration. But the hills there are beautiful. I hope you’ll keep the music coming. I never appreciated Townes Van Zandt until I heard a mix of his songs at your blog some months ago. Now I’m hoping you’ll give us your take on the new British Sea Power cd.(By the way, the "word verification" I've been presented with that I must input in order to post this message, is "rattioni." Now, THAT should be a real word!)Joe from L.A.
Perhaps she is Valerie Green, JCF.
Thanks, Joe. And, yes, British Sea Power are at the top of my must purchase list.
Awwww, they're such cute boys!
Ellie, this is supposed to be about the music.I don't know - you nuns!
"Ellie, this is supposed to be about the music."Rules, who keeps making up these darn rules???
It's in the Bible.
I don't know who Valerie is, but who's the guy, the second from the right?
Mad guy: It is not in the bible...you just made that up.
Well, everybody else uses that excuse.
And here I was, thinking you were special. cheesh.
In Ellie's defense, I would like to point out that nuns don't take a vow not to look and appreciate what they see of God's creation.
Thank you, BooCat.Thank you very much!:-)
Yes KJ, he caught my eye as well. At least as far as my taste in pasty, white guys goes.
The one on the left ...... offt!