I'm an aging rocker, husband, father. I pastor a church in Broad Ripple, live downtown, and try not to be one of those guys who thinks all the best music came out my senior year of college. Although it did.
What bands are you or have you been in?
Neena Foundry, Everest, Spicket (!), Young Spartans
What city are you from?
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Wow, I don't even remember "Theme from Handsome." I do remember, however, that I wanted to sample a Jerry Lewis movie, in which a woman whispers to him: "Hello, Handsome." My Neena Foundry request would be "Your Design," or your Eno cover. Didn't you do Eno's "Needles in the Camel's Eye?"
You never played it?!?? Wow, I would have sworn. But yeah, we used to do "Box Elder." I heard the Wedding Present's cover before I heard the Pavement original, but they're both swell. And you're correct about the (slight) lyric change.
"When I was in the 6th grade, my cool 22-year-old uncle Dave asked me if I liked Big Country. And I said, "Yeah"—because it was 1983, and who didn't want to live in a big country where dreams stay with you like a lover's voice?"
Yo Todd. I just finished a basket just for your heart. I live in Van Nuys, in the valley. You know the 818. Did I just read Pastor at a church? I didn't realize there were satanic churches in Indy. Oh the progress. The Eagles would be proud. They were from Indy too. Hotel California was actually about a Days Inn on California Street, downtown Indy.
I replied to your message to me. I had the same problem with finding the message you sent, but there's a little envelope icon at the top of your personal page. Click on it, and hopefully there will be something from me.
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