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R.L. Burnside- Let My Baby Ride

R.L. Burnside

Blues man, Son House, 1965.

Laurie Anderson's obit for LOU REED: "Lou was a tai chi master and spent his last days being happy and dazzled by the beauty and power and softness of nature. He died looking at the trees and doing tai chi with just his musician hands moving through the air. Lou was a prince and a fighter and I know his songs of the pain and beauty in the world will fill many people with the incredible joy he felt for life. Long live the beauty that comes down and through and onto all of us."

Laurie Anderson on LOU REED, early 2013: "I said, 'I don't think Lou will ever fully recover.' We were not talking about his physical condition… We were talking about how a traumatic event - a surgery or a calamity - can change your life… make you reevaluate everything... And while they mark you forever, these traumas can be extremely positive. I think for Lou this is especially true. He gets a chance to see things with enormous perspective. We couldn't be happier at the way this turned out.”

#PinkFloyd I've got a bike, You can ride it if you like, It's got a basket, A bell that rings, And things to make it look good, I'd give it to you if I could But I borrowed it.

Imperial Drag - Boy Or A Girl Since this is Pinterest, chances are damn good you're a girl. Awesomely 90's gender confusion. I still dig the 'armed and listening' line.

Hotpipes - Great Nashville Band

DUST, by Hotpipes

Sly and The Family Stone I always wanted these boots. But as a red haired white kid in the suburbs, my mom never got em for me. :-(