Monday, July 14, 2008

Stone Coyotes

When my mother leaves and I have a life again, I'll have to tie one on. Meanwhile, I'm taking a few minutes of refuse in my room and listening to The Stone Coyotes. Mother never did understand the power of rock and roll...

;-)

1. Church of the Falling Rain
2. My Little Runaway
3. Saw You At The Hop

14 comments:

  1. That would be "refuge". Since the text was typed in the hipcast program, Blogger won't let me edit and I'm too lazy to go back to hipcast and redo the post.

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  2. Freudian slip there, Gurrrl.

    Hey, my favorite local band, too!

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  3. Nothing like a good song to help you escape ...

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  4. Love the beginning of Church of the Falling Rain...The whole song was very good but that beginning was sweet.

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  5. There's a wing wrapped around my feet- I can feel the earth through the concrete"

    Wow...

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  6. Refuse... I thought you were cleaning your room...?

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  7. Hell no!

    I thought you were refusing to "clean" your room! :>) That's better.

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  8. Poetryman!

    Ha! Nothing like a visit from Mother to set my rebellious wheels in motion. "I WON'T clean my room, Mother, no matter what you do!" Sheeesh... :-)

    Oh, and regarding the lyrics: Barbara Keith is the songwriter, lead guitarist and singer for the band. She's an awesome songwriter. She's written songs recorded by notables like Lowell George of Little Feat and a few others I can't recall. I LOVE this band, mainly because of Barbara Keith.

    Thanks for the smiles. :-)

    Peace & Love, my dear Poetryman,
    Pagan

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  9. Oh, and PM

    Did I mention how much I appreciate you actually taking the time to listen?

    Love ya,
    Pagan

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  10. Beth! I gotta stop by your blog soon!

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  11. hi, me again. could you tell cr that i can't comment on his blog.

    i have to access thru google and when i get on and read and then try to comment, the whole darn thing freezes up. doesn't happen on any other blog. gremlins i tels ya, gremlins!

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  12. I liked Church of the Falling Rain! Nice words, too. The pencil drawing of mine that Politits posted on her blog is Church of the Great Outdoors, and it has some in common with this song - so the whole thing made me smile. And I enjoyed that beat - yeah, perfect for a little rebellion. A little noisy refuge sitting among the rebellious refuse. Thanks for sharing it.

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  13. Steve,
    Welcome. That's cool - the similarities between that song and your drawing.

    Glad you enjoyed the music and thanks for taking the time to listen.

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