Neal and I went to Carver Middle School together here in Tulsa Oklahoma. He was a talented musician then…And a hipster… I was a dork. But with his help and the influence of other hipsters I sorta became hip myself.
We drifted apart and I did not see him again unitl the early 90′s when he was the MC of a open stage night at the Eclipse club in Tulsa. I used to get up on that stage every Tuesday with my guitar and cheap beer and sing my little heart out.. Ya know? Memories Check out more »
ARZ is a progressive rock band from Portland Oregon. These guys are crazy talented. Reminds me of back in the day when I was a big Rush fan. The music sounds similar and just as tight… But with only 2 people.
From what I have heard so far these guys have got to be the hardest working musicians in Portland… They are currently working on a new record and already have several projects going at the same time… They also play live in several bands throughout town, are music teachers and both are working on independent recording projects.
If you check out the video posted you can see the winding arrangements and complex instrumentation…All done LIVE by 2 people… And it’s incredibly tight. The song is way catchy too. Check out more »
“They are overrated.” He said
“You heard me.”
I guess so. I was practicing some selective hearing there. It always freaks me out when I hear that kind of thing. Only 3 good songs. Very strange. Check out more »
So many dubious words have been written about this Disney lark, sequel to the TV specials, that I decided to respond with my own review.
Now a big-screen item, the movie benefits from having mainly the same cast as the debut “HSM” and “HSM2,” the former of which I have seen (and enjoyed), the latter of which I haven’t. I’m not a good judge of choreography but that which Kenny Ortega, the film’s director, and two others have provided seems impressive to me. Check out more »