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April 1, 2008

I’ve been run down
I’ve been lied to
I don’t know why,
I let that mean woman make me a fool
She took all my money,
wrecks my new car
Now she’s with one of my good time buddies,
they’re drinkin’ in some cross town bar

I came of age in the late 60s/early 70s and thus bent, ever has the twig grown.

Like many of my generation that means that I was trained to respond emotionally, viscerally, psychologically, and sexually to certain pitches, tones and vibrations of a crying, singing, talking AMPLIFIED ELECTRIC GUITAR.

Especially when AMPLIFIED ELECTRIC GUITAR is combined in rolling riffs that build to a feverish pitch and then explode in a shower of cascading golden nails of liquid sound.

I’m sure you know exactly what I mean.

Now I’ve learned of a site called that does, within limits, allow you to do exactly as the headline above says. Far freaking out, man.


Sometimes I feel
Sometimes I feel
like I’ve been tied
to the Whipping Post
tied to the Whipping Post
tied to the Whipping Post
Good Lord, I feel like I’m dyin’

Sometimes I think the world is divided into two kinds of people: those who have listened to the Allman Brothers Band’s half-bour live performance of “Whipping Post” recorded at the Fillmore East in 1970 behind a head full of prime acid . . .and all the rest of you guys.

Metaphorically speaking.

And I said “Obie, I don’t think I can pick up the garbage with these handcuffs on.” He said, “Shut up, kid. Get in the back of the patrol car.”

ALSO, you must check out AudioDiles’ More Werewolves of Alabama, also available on, a mash-up of Boston, Lynard Skynard and Warren Zevon and their songs “More than a Feeling,” “Sweet Home Alabama” & “Werewolves of London.”

Turn it up.


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