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    One of my favorite small bands is The Clarks. They are from PA and I have seen they live a few times. They put on a good show.

    The Clarks will be the musical guest on The Late Show w/ David Letterman on Tuesday August 31st. Check them out if get a chance.
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    I used to see Los Lonely Boys here in Austin all the time. Now, they have the 7th ranked video on VH1.

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      Los Lonely Boys

      I picked up the Los Lonely Boys cd yesterday because of your recommendation tx. I'll give it a listen. I always find the small bands more enjoyable.
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        Re: Los Lonely Boys

        Since I live in Morgantown, I've seen the Clarks a number of times when they've made the trip down to WV. They're a pretty good band, but I haven't gotten into their new stuff as much as their old. I'll be sure to check them out on Letterman, Utter!

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          The Clarks

          Originally posted by NickSeiler
          Since I live in Morgantown, I've seen the Clarks a number of times when they've made the trip down to WV. They're a pretty good band, but I haven't gotten into their new stuff as much as their old. I'll be sure to check them out on Letterman, Utter!
          That's cool that you have seen them too Nick. I think their new stuff is aimed at the chicks so it's not a real surprise that you like the old stuff. The singer is darn sexy and they have a good stage show.
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            It amazes me just how little I know. The Clarks? I know you aren't talking about Stanley Clarke ... or Wesley Clark ... but just what kind of music do they bring to the ear that would encourage one to see them?

            Now if you were to try some eclectic stuff to compare The Clarks to you might rewind the reel-to-reel back to Velvet Underground with Lou Reed or if a fancier musicial contraption is needed like a CD you could try Illegal Substance. And speaking of Clark you could bounce The Clark's vibe off the Romantic Warrior with Stanley Clarke, Al DiMeola, Steven Gadd, and Chick Corea.

            I suppose I could flip the TV on on Aug. 31 if the boys have figured out how to splice into that cable line year ... which reminds me that even if that is fixed they have wanted me to check out what is wrong with the Rabbit Ears they installed ... said something about the fur still causing interference ...

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              I suppose this is as good of place as any to go off on a tangent. Especially since I did not want to do so under the nomination thread. It is good to see you juxtapose various musical bands, adarian. Speaking of juxtapose, adarian, I remember you uttering that word in the past. I don't remember the exact details, but I am sure it was also a case of improper usage. As colloquially adept as you might think that your writing is, it is gramatically incorrect to juxtapose an opposing view. One may juxtapose views and hence one side of said juxtaposition is in fact the opposing view.

              Given that bit of info, the word juxtapose should be taken out behind the livery stable and properly whipped. Afterwards, it should be dragged, by a beast from the stable, into the hollow and strung up to a metaphoric tree and hung by its' multiple syllables, whereby, it could be pulled apart and bannished from all dialects, never to be uttered again.

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                Re: The Clarks

                Originally posted by adarian_too
                Velvet Underground
                In my regular rotation. I love the Murder Mystery.

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                  Originally posted by Ferter
                  Given that bit of info, the word juxtapose should be taken out behind the livery stable and properly whipped. Afterwards, it should be dragged, by a beast from the stable, into the hollow and strung up to a metaphoric tree and hung by its' multiple syllables, whereby, it could be pulled apart and bannished from all dialects, never to be uttered again.

                  Now that dem dar is som' goood fixins'. Couldn't have spanked dat 'lil bad boy any harder if I had wanna to.

                  Oh yeah. What was my point? Not trying to be argumentative are you?
                  Last edited by adarian_too; -06-21-2004, 01:56 PM. Reason: Don't need one.

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                    Re: The Clarks

                    Originally posted by adarian_too
                    Oh yeah. What was my point? Not trying to be argumentative are you?
                    What, me argue? I have never been one to make an argument to sway public perception or influence how one might be inclined to vote for said perception, simply for the sake of trying. Well....trying or not trying, at least the perception is that I am somewhat congenial about it. If you have any contentions with that, then you know where to find an obliging me.

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                    • #11
                      the literary tangent

                      is off and running. This has nothing to do with the Clarks and you know it.
                      You boys stop playing around and stick to the topic at hand.
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                        Re: The Clarks

                        Thanks utter, sorry I didn't catch it. She's right, every thread dosen't have to have an argument associated with it.

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                          Re: the literary tangent

                          Originally posted by UtterBlitz
                          is off and running. This has nothing to do with the Clarks and you know it. You boys stop playing around and stick to the topic at hand.
                          Uh, just to refresh myself on what the topic at hand was ... let's see ... was it:


                          Originally posted by Utterblitz
                          One of my favorite small bands is The Clarks.
                          Okay. Now that I am clear with that, let me see what my response was ...


                          Originally posted by adarian
                          It amazes me just how little I know. The Clarks? I know you aren't talking about Stanley Clarke ... or Wesley Clark ... but just what kind of music do they bring to the ear that would encourage one to see them?

                          Sounds like I stayed on topic to me ... just seemed to ask what kind of music did the Clarks' play ... don't think I got a response to that. Maybe that was because I veered off topic in the next paragraph ...


                          Originally posted by adarian
                          Now if you were to try some eclectic stuff to compare The Clarks to you might rewind the reel-to-reel back to Velvet Underground with Lou Reed or if a fancier musicial contraption is needed like a CD you could try Illegal Substance. And speaking of Clark you could bounce The Clark's vibe off the Romantic Warrior with Stanley Clarke, Al DiMeola, Steven Gadd, and Chick Corea.

                          Ah ... nope. Didn't veer off topic there either. Just threw out the names of other bands and musicians to compare the Clarks' music to.


                          Originally posted by Txramsfan
                          Thanks utter, sorry I didn't catch it. She's right, every thread dosen't have to have an argument associated with it.

                          So who is arguing Tx? Looks as if all I said was:


                          Originally posted by adarian
                          Not trying to be argumentative, are you?

                          But if you want to find fault with me for not knowing the Clarks' music, fine. Have at it. But maybe you might try to be somewhat more careful when you suggest that I was arguing about anything. Wasn't arguing about anything. But that is what one comes to expect after having been to The Hollow.

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                            no adarian, I'm not talking about that.

                            Geez, nevermind.

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                              Well ..., UtterBlitz chastised us boys for not sticking to the topic at hand. I thought someone was agreeing with her ... so I was just really responding to her remark and just brought someone in when they might not have been saying anything about me arguing at all. Whatever ...

                              The Fog of War quickly spreads over the lands leaving no man or beast untouched.

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