A: It's a toss up for me between the late 1800s to the mid 1900s, because of the amount of creativity and inventions- and the period during, between and after the two world wars, because of the greatness that was borne in people in such adversity. Cool question. Q: How are the Colts going to handle losing for the first time tonight? A: I don't know, but I will enjoy being exalted all week!
A: I love fruit, and can honestly say that I have no favorite....except for maybe whichever one I happen to be biting into at the time! (LOL) Q: What fruit have you most recently enjoyed? A: A banana (right now)
Q: What's the last song that made you look into a situation that you probably wouldn't have looked into (for instance a song about emotional abuse made you do some research on emotional abuse, or a song about a certain political situation made you look into that situation), if any?
A: "Better Man" - Pearl Jam Q: What song by an artist you generally like really disappointed you because of an absolute disagreement with its message? A: "Everybody Wake Up (Our Finest Hour Arrives) - Dave Matthews Band
Q: What album has most disappointed you after listening to it because of your expectations?
A: Christina Aguilera "Stripped" - She went on and on about how personal the album was and how she was really revealing herself and I bought it and felt like saying it's not very personal, I was very disappointed.
A: Hmmm, it's a toss-up for me between Bruce Springsteen "Greatest Hits" , Bruce Springsteen "Essential- Disc Three" and Bruce Springsteen " 18 Tracks." I love Bruce (as if you didn't already know) but these releases didn't do anything at all for me. It just seemed like poor marketing on his part, and I have come to expect better from him in that regard. Q: If Lara Fabian does tour in Canada and the USA, are we all going to buy tickets and meet for the first time? A: It would be cool!
( I am very familiar with Corey Hart, and as far as I know, he was very cool in the USA also. I had two cassettes of his, and I'm cool, if that is any indication.....lol ) A: Three Dog Night , 1977 Q: What was the worst concert you ever went to? A: Easily it was the Creed concert I went to in Camden, NJ. Three albums under their belt, with an average of three or four hits from each one - - you would expect a fantastic show, right? They played all of forty- eight minutes! What a disappointment!
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A: "Devils And Dust" - Bruce Springsteen. Here's a song that takes a different view than I hold on the war in Iraq, and yet I feel challenged by it. No name-calling, or putting anyone down, just offering a thought about the condition of man's heart. It is thought provoking, and forces me to know what and why I believe the way I do. Of course, I may be a bit biased in my opinion, being a huge Springsteen fan to begin with! Q: What song would you absolutely freak out to hear in concert? A: Okay, I do that anyway when "Badlands", "Born To Run" and "Thunder Road" are played (lol) but I would love to hear him do "The Promise" at the piano! Awesome!
A: Hmmm, this is very tough to answer for me. Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" is among my top five classical works, so he is definately up there. But I think I have to go with Beethoven, for all the rage! He is so full of emotion and energy that I cannot deny him first place. Mozart's playful and skillful stuff gets me, too, as does a lot of Bach's violin concertos. But I'm rambling, and so I will stick with Beethoven.....final answer! Q: What is your favorite classical work? A: "Symphony No. 6 'Pastoral' " by Beethoven. I know it isn't one of his 'rock and roll' songs, so to speak, but the music is so absorbing and the vision so real that I feel as if I can actually see the scenes he is composing in his trek through nature. I love it!