"While everybody else is talkin', we'll be rockin'"
My Kinda Place!
Washing sand out of my shorts while smoking.
That's me...always Multi-Tasking
Mosaic: Brian Jay at a Rock103 Remote in 1998
"Divers do it deeper..."
The Morning Brew-HaHa!
Weekday mornings at 7:15
Join us weekday mornings for a little comedy.
Very little. :-)
We'll feature short comedy clips from America's Stand-out Stand-up comedians to get your day started. Enjoy! And no heckling, please. :-)
*Caution: Sudden unexpected laughter can cause you to spew your morning coffee right out of your nose in unlikely places...like in the middle of rush hour traffic. We assume no responsibility if this happens.
From Cradle To Grave:
It's a Twofer Tuesday, so I thought I would pull out a couple of songs from Pink Floyd's biggest albums that never get played on Radio these days for our Amnesia Theater feature.
"The Thin Ice" from "The Wall" begins with the sound of a crying baby:
Momma loves her baby
And Daddy loves you too
And the sea may look warm to you Babe
And the sky may look blue
If you should go skating
On the thin ice of modern life
Dragging behind you the silent reproach
Of a million tear stained eyes
Don't be surprised, when a crack in the ice
Appears under your feet
"The Great Gig In The Sky" from "Dark Side of the Moon" features the wordless vocals of a 22 year old vocalist by the name of Claire Torry, a friend of studio engineer Alan Parsons.
She was given very little direction in the studio. "It's a song about dying". "There are no lyrics". "Just pretend you're an instrument". So the raw, emotional vocals came about quite naturally.
So there you have it...the full cycle of life in one episode of Amnesia Theater. Enjoy!