Gil Scott-Heron, a poet and musician best known for the song "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised," died Friday, his publicist at XL Recordings said.
Thank you, Cesar. I didn't remember it from that show.
I've missed a lot of fun in life, such as lots of Lucy TV, because I was always sitting in front of a d#"n pianoforte, splitting the skin on my fingers (during winter weather) in spite of tincture of benzoin, New-Skin, and Band-Aids.
Tonight I have to go to bed early to get up at 5:00 AM on Sunday to start the whole mess again.
I wouldn't swap with anybody, though.
I just wish I didn't have to splain that serious pianists can't live of drugs and booze very long.
I've worked with many artists who pass airplane trips knitting.
Right now, this blog is my knitting, and I love it.
Some troll told me (again) today to get a job. He has no idea.
Down time on here makes my up time bubble.
Suns still up, but gotta go to sleep.
That's right Joey, good sound sleep is a gotta. I'll take sleep over caffeine anytime.
The guy was a first class crack head. If he was the father of hip hop garbage music...then GOOD RIDDANCE.
@9:43 Troll: Shut up stupid.
This would be a good wedding gift to my inafcee because she really wants one but since were having a baby money is kinda tight right now
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