`Tomorrow is a Drag, Man!`

Submitted by: Jake_Justus 3 years ago in Entertainment

Vintage beatnik poetry ... with Uncle Fester on piano.
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Male 15,832
[quote]Good to see another Gentle Giant fan here. Must have seen them live about half a dozen times in the 70`s. The first time was in `72 when they opened for --ready? -- Mahavishnu Orchestra at Madison Square Garden`s Felt Forum.[/quote]
Good on you, Jake. I would have given my left nut to have seen that show. I only got to see GG once when they were touring behind The Missing Piece. I actually found a boot of that exact show.

I`ve seen Yes 3 times :-), but I never got to see ELP or Mahavishnu :-(.
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Male 7,031
@OldOllie

Good to see another Gentle Giant fan here. Must have seen them live about half a dozen times in the 70`s. The first time was in `72 when they opened for --ready? -- Mahavishnu Orchestra at Madison Square Garden`s Felt Forum.
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Male 15,832
[quote]What did you think of 99 Luft Balons when it was new?[/quote]
To tell you the truth, if I heard it, I didn`t pay it any mind. I was probably listening to some old Yes, ELP, or Gentle Giant.
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Male 714
she was right, from then on the future was awful. Not because of anything she was whining about but because of people like herself, the middle-class hipsers, that grew-up and became the politicians and academics of today.
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Male 5,617
"...total incongruity between her dreary, depressing doomsday poetry punctuated by the up-beat jumpin`-and-jivin`..."
I`m curious now. What did you think of 99 Luft Balons when it was new?
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Male 17,512
This` still better than rap music.
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Male 13,624
Gotta love the ole styley
Kids today aint got a patch on it
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Male 37,764
I swear I saw this movie... long ago... it was awful then too!

MAN!

She has REALLY nice boobs! Just sayin...
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Male 15,832
I loved the total incongruity between her dreary, depressing doomsday poetry punctuated by the up-beat jumpin`-and-jivin` music. I LOLed every time the band kicked in.
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Male 2,549
Turn your eyes inside out and dig the vacuum?

LOL, if I heard that wrong I don`t want to know what she was actually saying.
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Male 1,558
What IS truth ? Maaaaan
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Male 7,031
@maddux32

"Hold up....at 2:01, did she say "swing with a gassy chick?" Just checking..."

Sure sounds like that. Another good line ...

"Sleep, man, and you might wake up diggin` the whole human race givin` itself three days to get out."
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Female 2,691
And from such fertile ground (Bandini mountain), came the filthy hippies you love to hate.
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Male 926
Hold up....at 2:01, did she say "swing with a gassy chick?" Just checking...
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Male 38,468

That was a gas, man. A real gas.
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Male 6,227
Loved it, man. Anyone wants to attend a poetry slam in Philly, drop me a line. Man.
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Male 837
mmmmm, still not as good as Charlie Mackenzie`s. (see below)

But it is still a better love story than Twilight.

Woman
Woe-man
Whoooooooah-man
She was a thief
You got to belief
She stole my heart and my cat.
Betty.
Judy.
Josie and those hot Pussy cats
They make me horny
On Saturday mornie
Girls of cartooins
will leave me in ruins
I want to be Betty`s Barney.
Hey Jane...
Get me off the is crazy thing
called love.
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Male 7,031
Link: `Tomorrow is a Drag, Man!` [Rate Link] - Vintage beatnik poetry ... with Uncle Fester on piano.
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