Adam Fortune

Adam Fortune

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Everything's so nice, I don't want to touch anything
He’s just another spoiled and privileged celebrity offspring. His Dad was a big thing in the 80’s https://media4.giphy.com/media/yevNNFQNtdagM/giphy.gif?cid=6c09b9520d463afad346110dda588c7ea3eb8eb0ef774067&rid=giphy.gif
One of my fav Neil deep cuts. I think I like the 1983 version better, especially because it's from one of Neil's spite albums
D-Wade reading this list: https://media0.giphy.com/media/LoHx6ykTaUB9Df6Ygb/giphy.gif?cid=82a1493bikltxxysct6queyqawxdzmntmzep9hpd8u4d0rta&rid=giphy.gif
Can’t wait for the Buckwheat sketch
There are a few fun relics of the mashup era. The Grey Album was def the best, and I remember another mashing Jay's American Gangster soundtrack with Zeppelin that was pretty cool. My fav was definitely Fela Soul, which obvisously mashed up Fela Kuti and De La into some tasty results: https://amerigo.bandcamp.com/album/fela-soul-deluxe-edition
Carla is technically better, but Daru is way more fun
Lazaretto always had a quarantine reference. As noted in the article above, Jack incorporated lyrics from a 1920s blues song about the 1918 flu into Ball & Biscuit (which might be the most Jack White thing ever)
Imagine getting like 48 hours notice and then going on live TV and doing this. Pretty fucking awesome. JW is a legend in my books
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I was close on the lineup. Looks like it will be the mighty Daru Jones instead of Carla on drums https://www.instagram.com/p/CGIlzVdjyGX/?igshid=7zxs9fte2tpc
I've seen Jack perform live multiple times over the last 20 years, both with Meg and without. Never once have I heard anyone describe a show as "dreary", lol. Love him or hate him, Jack is motherfuckin' showman. Respect the craft.
No, her drumming did not make the band. Her magical chemistry with Jack did.
I didn't think of this, but I'd say some type of Van Halen tribute is very much in play
I would be genuinely shocked if I saw Meg on that stage. I think the most likely scenario would be Jack with Carla Azar on drums and Dominic Davis on bass. Maybe a Stripes medley of some kind, then maybe a cover. Definitely curious to see what they come up with on super short notice.
Jack with Bill Burr on drums doing Ball & Biscuit
'On the Beach' and 'Zuma' are stone cold classics Really hoping this archives thing gets around to 'Ragged Glory' as that album is in desperate need of a reissue
Start right here. Still one of the hardest hip hop tracks ever made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUf1XPysLFw
I take every Andy Samberg post on Gum as an opportunity to declare that Hot Rod and Pop Star are both drastically underrated comedies
Not the 2020 WoD album announcement I was hoping for, but I'll take it