Another toast to the Wildcats


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A toast to the Wildcats

We may have already hit the high water mark this year. I would like to believe otherwise, but that just might be true. Go Big Blue.



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Last year’s gang

I was going through some recent photos deciding what needed to get trashed and what could stay. This one is ugly, but I thought I’d toss it here. Four friends after golf and beer holding things that we’ll have to dust off every now and then.


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Not that I’m superstitious or anything, but the blue UK hat will not be worn again to watch a ballgame. I was wearing it last night when Nerlens took a fall. Some things should be left alone.

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Sweet Jane

Genesis and growth of a song:


Lou Reed, The Velvet Underground, tune is born and the guitar opening slays everyone who hears it

Mott the Hoople, First version I heard, a decent cover.

Cowboy Junkies, Margo slays the tune. This is the¬†definitive¬†version. Who’ll step up next.

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Tyler Childers

If anyone on Music Row has any sense (never mind – they missed Hank III, Shooter, Fifth on the Floor Hellbound Glory, and North¬†Mississippi All Stars and………) they will sign this kid. I’ve never heard him, but this video is GREAT.

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Deja Vu

“We are stardust, we are golden,
We are caught in the devils bargain,
And we got to get ourselves back to the garden.”…CSNY, from the song Woodstock.

I listen to a lot of my music now in 25-30 minute bursts while racking up miles on the treadmill. Today’s listen was Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s wonderful album, Deja Vu.

I had almost forgotten how good this album is. It truly is a masterpiece and on the shortlist for best of all time. Maybe I’m getting to be sentimental in my old age, but Teach Your Children gets to me. I always thought that song was one of the weak links on this album, but it has really grown on me. It is obviously a look at parent’s/children from both points of view and nothing about that has changed one bit. Somewhere along the way, however, I find that I really like that tune. Helpless, not so much, it seems to have lost some allure through the years. Woodstock is a great tune. “By the time we got to Woodstock, we were half a million strong”. A generation was finding itself. Woodstock happened for my older cousins, but I remember the times. Kind of like now, we were tired of a long drawn out war. Maybe that is why the album sounded so good today, or maybe its just a great album.

As for workouts, it’s probably the last time I’ll listen to it during a workout. A bit too uneven paced and slow. Still, for us old folk, give it a spin, it’s a great album. For the younger folk, if you’ve never heard this. you should, I think you’ll like it. Teach your parents well.

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