In these dom/sub scenarios there is always a “safe word”, especially with a professional dom. If he wasn’t enjoying or didn’t want anything to happen I’m sure he could have stopped it immediately.
That bass is going to absolutely slay when he does this live.
Pono seems like a great idea but did they have to make it that annoying triangle shape that’s gonna bulge out of my pocket like I have a prism shaped chub going at all times?
I started reading this and was like “Wait a minute! I was there and it wasn’t like that at all!” Then I realized it was a joke. Well played.
I was actually a bit surprised that he didn’t say anything to the audience about being loud and whatnot. Since Hardly Strictly is a free show, almost no one pays attention to the music. You go to sit in the park and socialize while some musicians play off in the distance. If you’re expecting more than that you’re going to be disappointed. I guess Koz must have resigned himself to that before even coming on stage because there were definitely more people talking than there were paying attention and he never said a word about it.
Gah! Of course tickets to that show are sold out now.
1. It’s just as deserving as that Alicia Keys track IMO. 2. I think the only track on there that was actually written by the performer credited is the Alicia Keys one. 3. Mariah and Whitney are absolutely deserving of a nod here but she couldn’t really include EVERY great female vocalist. Why not also toss in Beyonce, Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Janis Joplin, Donna Summer…
Prince actually wrote that track if it makes you feel any better. And I think he made the right choice giving it to her. He couldn’t have sold the vocal as earnestly as she does.
So far Brain in a Bottle sounds like a happy medium between the two.
Yeah, dude. Phil and I used to play ultimate on fridays in the Arb.
UNDERGROUND SOUNDS! That dude is awesome. I used to live in Ann Arbor and bought pretty much all my vinyl there.
Full disclosure though: my g/f works for Urban Outfitters and I think they actually get more flack than they deserve. She actually started at that store on State in Ann Arbor. Sure, I’d rather support the dude at Underground Sounds or buy from a merch table, and that’s usually what I do. The kids buying vinyl at Urban probably wouldn’t have bought any of it in the first place if they hadn’t walked by the display with copies of LDR right next to a stack of record frames so I don’t really see the harm here.