Friday, February 18, 2011

Happy Hour Friday

 Concrete Blond

10 comments:

  1. You have found the theme song for my happy hour. Thanks.

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  2. :-) Have a good weekend, Sandy. Do you have this coming week off from school?

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  3. Love it .. just love it - the words, the beat, the rhythm and the tune ... plus the amazing voice.
    Thanks! It was good to hear even though it is now Saturday!

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  4. Back agaian! Did you get my message (I can't recall whether it was on my post or yours) to say that it was 2005 when i was st the Frieda Karhlo exhibition?
    Perhaps we were there on the same day and passed.
    Amazing coincidence that we have met again - in blogland.

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  5. Hi, Aguja!

    We should catch each other's email addies. :-)

    I'm glad you like the Concrete Blond song - that singer (can't recall her name) has a very powerful, raspy, unique voice. I love it, too!

    And yes! You did mention being at The Tate in 2005!!! Wasn't that remarkable?!! We arrived in London not knowing about the exhibition (how could that be?) and saw the ad on the side of the buses when our taxi pulled up to the hotel. We knew where we'd be going the next day!

    Thanks for coming by. Always enjoy your comments and the posts on your own blog.

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  6. Thanks for posting this. I haven't heard this song in a long time.

    BTW: I will be taking a trip to New England this summer. There is a surrealism show at PEN? in Salem which I can't wait for. It should be fun to spend the night in the town famous for the witch nuttiness too.

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  7. Johnette Napolitano - one.amazing.voice!

    Thanks for this, I loved hearing it again!

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  8. Lib - Pen in Salem? I want to know more about that. I'll check in at your blog.

    Any chance you'd like to do a meet-up at MoCA.

    CR - thank you! You listened to a lot of CB on tape with me through the 90's. :-)

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  9. I will be going to Mass MOCA and PTown on the trip too.

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  10. Meetup sounds fun. We should talk closer to June, in case I get laid off and can't go.

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