Langston: Weird, I never knew he was gay.
dj_spanmaster: [i1.ytimg.com image 480x360]?
fish500: farkin killer tone from the guitar and amp.
Ivandrago: I'm so mad I missed the anniversary tour for Copper Blue. That album is amazing from top to bottom. I heard about it 3 months after he had been through my area.
ZMugg: dj_spanmaster: [i1.ytimg.com image 480x360]?Cloning a tribble?
ThirstyCraig: Respect and like Bob, but he did not age well, and was always ready to blow a gasket when someone would mention any song Grant wrote(with a look of hate/anger toward the person mentioning him), that said, good to go out now than keep hanging on.
jake_lex: ThirstyCraig: Respect and like Bob, but he did not age well, and was always ready to blow a gasket when someone would mention any song Grant wrote(with a look of hate/anger toward the person mentioning him), that said, good to go out now than keep hanging on.He's really mellowed with age, but, yeah, he did fark Grant over pretty hard. (For example, no Husker Du album could ever be 50/50 Hart and Mould compositions, Bob had had have at least 1 more song than Grant did)I listened to the new album on Spotify (god damn I love Spotify) and it's really strong and holds it on with his work with Husker Du and Sugar. Highly recommended.
dj_spanmaster: ZMugg: dj_spanmaster: [i1.ytimg.com image 480x360]?Cloning a tribble?Don't sweat it. Weeds is apparently too obscure for Fark.
I Browse: CSB: I saw Bob circa 91 at a small club in Columbus with my college roommate. It was for his Black Sheets of Rain album. We were bootlegging his show and thought we were being pretty discreet about it. After the show we walk over to tell him "good show" and he asks us how the bootleg turned out. We felt like assholes but he was actually really cool about it. "It's Too Late" remains one of my favorite tunes from that era.
jake_lex: he did fark Grant over pretty hard.
studebaker hoch: I wonder if being in the closet in the 1980's saved his live.San Francisco essentially got nuked. Almost everyone "outside" was killed.
Repo Man: studebaker hoch: I wonder if being in the closet in the 1980's saved his live.San Francisco essentially got nuked. Almost everyone "outside" was killed.I just watched A Normal Heart, and damn, you ain't kiddin. It made me glad that I'm not gay, because if I were, I would likely have started getting busy right when it was hitting. It also brought home the criminal lack of response of federal health agencies at the time.I remember reading some memoirs of a SF doctor in the SF Chronicle quite a few years ago. He mentioned how, when a group of interns were given a tour of the hospital in 1981, the doctor in charge made sure to take them to see a patient who had Kaposi's sarcoma. He told them that it was likely the only case of it they would ever see.
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