One of my co-worker's at Jury's has been sick, so I've been covering his shifts the last week and a half-- it's gone a long way toward helping me catch up financially from my stint of working only part-time.
Got my mid-term grade in my Biology class-- I've got a B+ right now.
I got a call from my best friend Jim yesterday with good news: his mother had come through triple bypass surgery successfully. Kim and I are waiting to hear some good news on her niece's husband, who is in a coma since falling off a roof on Sunday. Keep him in your thoughts and prayers.
1. Grace- Jeff Buckley
2. Rose Darling- Steely Dan
3. Power In The Darkness- Tom Robinson Band
4. Complete Control- The Clash
5. L'America- The Doors
6. Viva Las Vegas- Elvis Presley
7. Whenever You're On My Mind- Marshall Crenshaw
8. Slip Kid- The Who
9. Yalla, Yalla- Joe Strummer and the Mesaleroes
10. Electric Guitar- Talking Heads
1. From the wonderful post-humous album of the same name.
2. From the Countdown To Ecstasy album.
3. Tom Robinson mixed music and politics as well as anybody.
4. The Clash's account of dealing with record companies.
5. From L.A. Woman, the last Doors album that Jim Morrison sang on.
6. Elvis obviously celebrating his return to "Top-Earning Dead Celebrity" status.
7. Marshall Crenshaw should have been way bigger than he was. You might remember him as the guy playing Buddy Holly in the movie "La Bamba."
8. From one of the Who's lesser-known, but great albums, The Who By Numbers. Also one of my favorite album covers.
9. Joe Strummer twice in my Friday Random Ten? All right!
10. From Fear Of Music, one of my favorite albums of the seventies.