Bean dancing...awww! I think this was my favorite Todd era--he looked so good, his music was so poetic and beautiful. Not into the violent bitter songs that came later.
I wish Rockpalast would release their Ra footage-I missed that tour, and I'm thinking that the Ra set may be a bit much for RR B-Day bash 2011....
Addressing anyone who feels likeAnonymous ABOVE. Seems an odd perspective. Everyone is welcome totheir opinion ~ The reasoning is faulty at best.Hiroshima might be misconstrued as a violent bitter song. Strikes me as very purposfuland beautiful, as it's an artistic expression of horror & warning. It comes from this era when 'he lookedso good'. We're all maturedsince 78physically. Todd has never lost his mental edge or poetic approach.His output may scan better if seen as novels. Well drawn charicters & aspects of life's experience. The over-riding sense of all TR music is HOPE. Last Ride - Sons of 1984Tables Will Turn - Womans' World AND more humor throughout to balance the abrasive. After all he's only human & it don't help to panic !Circle-H to the H-Bomb
Anonymous ONE, if you are still listening after your favorite ERASimply make your own GreatestHITSCD & leave it at that. Be nice to me & Blue Orphious,Etc. Take alongCourage & forget Bleeding. There has always been a wacky/wonderfulWIDE~wavelength~ w.TR. If you cannot identify with certan TOONSYou've likely led a very charmedlife, or are only looking forthe less complicated mix. Where does the time go ?R.Badger
The albums as novels idea makes sence. Each song a chapter. Not always ment to be linear,but tied up in the end with Just One VictoryMighty Love,Love My Life,The Surf Talks,Fever Broke,etc. Can't ANON-ONE see Everybody else is wrong &Love is the answer ?Fair Warning from Greendale
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