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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by ishtar, Jan 11, 2021.
...both loved and dreaded Gretsches...
Kierkegard was actually righthanded, but like most existentialists: he believed one had to suffer to play the blues.
Yeah, I saw them play in Milwaukee.
They were rubbish in part because they didnt see the point of practicing and Kierkergaard in particular felt that to play in the same key was an abstract socially imposed construct which presupposed the existence of a shared common good. I beleive most of their later numbers were just simultaneous solos
I think I was there.
Therefore you were.
I believe he later joined The Cure
Looks like Ray Romano's cousin on " Everybody Loves Raymond " if ya ask me .....
Just cause Gretsch is worshipped like a religion does not make it exempt from criticism.
Maybe HE can get us more lefty models made
“Sickness Unto Death” is one of his greatest. Highly danceable.
Of course i've been there but dont know why...
Wouldn't a Bigsby be his preference? Seems like a leap of faith.
Doctors seem to like that one...
Christian rock band Switchfoot did a song evoking Kierkegaard: Sooner or Later (Soren's Song) In the video the lead singer plays a cool Annie.
About "Sooner or Later", lead singer Jon Foreman has said: "Sooner or later we all have to deal with the frightening reality that there is much that is wrong in the world... This is Soren's song... These are his thoughts as best as I understand them," alluding to the philosophy of Danish Christian philosopher Søren Kierkegaard. The song also references Jean-Paul Sartre's idea that men are "condemned to be free".
Holy Existentialism, Batman!
Did you forget to hand out a syllabus; I need the reading list and when midterms are scheduled...
I'm more of a Fyodor Dostoevsky kinda guy!
Yeah, I can tap my foot to Kierkegaard, but Schopenhauer f'n rocks!
Existentialist guitar player shakes off deep malaise, engages delay pedal in absurd expression of despair.
I was hoping to see some clever responses when I clicked on this thread, and I was not disappointed!