I'll answer it. My perfect man would be have an intelligent sense of humor, be caring, takes care of himself (what I mean by this is is basically cares about his health),not a big ego, not afraid to apologize, share my love of music, and be accepting.
Wow, Leona, what you consider a perfect man sounds like someone I might like to meet also! (lol) Hey, that's just a joke! My "perfect man" definately has to be a woman! In answer to your question, I'd have to say a campaign manager for a liberal politician! (And you are supposed to answer your own question, so what say you?) Q: What is your favorite color? A: Blue
A: Gandhi, Martin Luther King, and Mother Theresa ( I have to qualify here that I believe all three had flaws that I would be the first to admit to disagreeing with, but I chose them because their cause was bigger than themselves, and they were willing to give and give up so much for it. I also believe that the world is a better place in a lot of ways because of all three, and that they stand as an example that is not easily duplicated. In other words, and as an example, Jesse Jackson is no MLK) Q: Which member at this forum has the very best sig? A: Although they are all great right now, mine is unquestionably the very best!
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A: English, and very little of even that (limited mind...lol!) Hey, I put down the wrong song on the question of what song has made the biggest impact on your life. I meant to put, "Walk Like A Man" (from the Tunnel Of Love album) by Bruce Springsteen. I miss my Father, and a day doesn't go by that I do not think of him. Q: What album jumped out at you when you first listened to it and made you feel as if the singer understood everything about you? A: Darkness On The Edge Of Town by Bruce Springsteen (of course)
Q: Has there ever been an album that you bought and then felt very disappointed when you listened to it?
A: Yes, I remember when I heard about Christina Aguilera's album Stripped and how personal it was I thought since she had been through alot it would be a great album and I was so disappointed because I really felt after listening to it I didn't know anything more about her. I was so used to Lara's honesty that Christina's personal album seemed not at all personal.
Definately Bob Dylan's "Time Out Of Mind" album of 1997. I remember standing outside the arena before a Springsteen concert with a bunch of fans, and a discussion came up about great albums that just blew you away. A group of Dylan fans started raving about "Time Out Of Mind" and I was convinced that I needed to get it soon, in hopes of actually liking Dylan for once ( lol. ) Was I ever disappointed! His voice is terrible throughout, and the songs are unbearable to even listen to. Worse still, I couldn't relate to anything he was singing about! I think I actually laid the cd somewhere in public, just so someone would take it from me! Q: What musical instrument do you think is underutilized in pop/rock these days? A: The sax! ( of course, you would have to play with as much passion as Clarence Clemons.....do I even have to mention to which band he belongs? )
I think almost all acoustic instruments in their pure form are underused in pop/rock today. So much of it is synthesized from the original sound, electric instruments are used, or the sound is manufactured.
Q: What dead artist/poet/writer/composer do you think has never been truly appreciated for what they did (as in their art not what came from it)?