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"la bamba" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"And your bonus question weird Al in the eighties for two points. What Year to els movie? Uhf Get released. What Year did you H F? Come out for two points. Those are all your questions for Weird L. Related Trivia. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. All RIGHT GUYS. Get your accordions ready. It's time to Polka. And I got all the answers for Weird Al Trivia. Let's see how you did number. One I think I'm a clone now was a parody of. I think we're alone now number one. I think we're alone now. Number two LASAGNA was a parody of La Bamba number two La Bamba number three the brady bunch. This was kind of a tough. One was a parody of the safety dance so it was the tune in music of the safety dance for the song was called the Brady Bunch number. Three number four ricky was a parody of Mickey by Toni Basil. You can't read all about the time that I ran into Toni. Basil at a Weird Hollywood Trivia Party in my upcoming book. That's right maybe you don't. I'm working on a little memoir Trivia Book so it will have fun stories about things that have happened to me and some trivia about the themes and topics of the story. So I think I'm going to have about fifty stories in the book and it'll be about fifty eleven question quizzes so they'll be all different content than you've heard on the podcast before and it'll be kind of a fun little thing that I could sell after shows and sell on Amazon and things like that so If you like reading stuff that's coming out at the beginning of twenty twenty one number four ricky and Micky number five my Baloney is actually my Bologna in this song and that rhymes with my Sharona number five my Sharona. By the neck number six I love rocky road was a parody of Joan Jett and the Black Arts. I love rock and roll number seven. I want to duck was a parody of I want a new drug. A new drug number eight surgeon was like a Virgin Madonna number. Eight number nine. Yoda was a parody of Lola by the kinks and number ten I will thing was a parody of tone Luke's wild thing number ten wild thing and the bonus for two points. What Year did AL's movie? Uhf come out. It's a great movie if you love spoofs If you love just goofy eighties action. This is a great movie that closed out the decade in Nineteen eighty-nine. Go Watch HF. I highly recommend it. All right guys. That is your quiz for today. Weird eighty songs. We'll be had fun playing along with the show. We have one more question for you. It's the question today along with an eagle. What animal is on the Mexican flag? Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds Email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for prize. Yesterday to answer was buzz. Light Year of Star Command and your Trivia team name of today is alien versus Predator versus Brown versus the board of Education. It's a long one but I've never seen it before today. So there you go alien Predator Brown Board of Education. Thank you guys for listening. Thanks for leaving. I tunes reviews. Thanks for all the great messages you. Send me about how you enjoy the show. And we'll see tomorrow for more trivia with buds cheers..
"la bamba" Discussed on Latino USA
"Are you to play me in a way that is going to become unforgettable in American movie history. You know what you know. It's interesting. I don't think I've ever told this story so bob picks me up at the airport and come back from Texas right and takes me immediately to the House that Richie bought Connie senior. and we have dinner and I stay the night right at that house. I stayed the night at that house. I slept in one of the bedrooms. I remember praying that night. I prayed. I said Richie here. I am in show me the way you show me. What you want me to do is my constant prayers and actor to have an open heart in an open mind so I needed to be open to that and to be open open to all of the the input and to subjugate my own ego to that role. I felt like he was there with me. I really do so. You're next big hit. I mean these are like iconic films in a time when we were being told that people of Color Latinos that we kind of matter but you know in the film standing delivery kind of encompasses it all all that's a story about High Michigan. He's a high school teacher in east. La some people in this world we will assume that you know less than you do because of your name and your complexion but that is the great equalizer the big story goes that he's teaching Calculus Calculus. AP Calculus in East Los Angeles and his entire class passes the test but of course then there question because how is it possible that bunch of Brown kids could pass the calculus AP test those cars would have been questioned and Mike you not have Spanish surnames surnames and come from schools. You know that you play the rule of Anghel Cushman Angel whose man and again just going back and looking at it boy the outfits were kind of fabulous that you were wearing the head well actually why don't you describe your character of Angel's mind and and how you would kind of get into character what was interesting. I was almost out of money from La Bomba. I got paid scale for that. You know so a total of four or five thousand dollars Wayne in what y'all yeah wait. Oh yeah wait. Wait wait a second. What yeah yeah everybody pay scale it. Was it was a negative pickup. The entire your budget. The movie was six million dollars. It was a kind of a a small independent films exactly you were never able to get any of the residuals well yeah but I mean residuals on a on a on a thousand dollar check. Is You know it's not much even now. It's you know it's like sixteen cents yes or no. I did not get rich off that film but he gave me my career so I am not resentful in the least on us in deliver standing liberals made for a million bucks. That's it so I actually stumbled into that. I mean I was almost out of money. I addition they gave me the role of Angel because see the counselor monkeying and we'll go find yourself another class which is mixed soft. Shusha Marc chagall needed okay chemo. The man you know and the next thing you know here we are making this really gritty really wonderful little low budget film. There's a moment where your character angel walks up to the teacher. I Miss Landon says look. I got a problem and your character angel is like Super Smarting Calculus but he says I got a problem with the books. I've got a a little problem will no seriously books. St meanwhile him around wouldn't want anyone to think you're intelligent. Maybe I can upto books coupon stashed again. He's kind of a Chicano kind of gang banger from east. La How did you get into plane his role role once again. It's just it was an education. It was researched because this is obviously something that I am not now. Danny Vigliotti L. is a technical advisor on this. He's a PA okay and he's not even an actor in it and so they put me together with him because he is a former gang who got out of the gangs angel was his his life. That's right I thought you and so I wrote around with him for a couple of weeks and he would take me places uses and show me things and show me where friends of his shot talk about you know the some of the crimes that he did when he was a teenager so once again getting this very rivera quick education and honestly both films both films Love Santa Deliver. We had no idea that they're going to have the impact that they did zero so let me ask you why you know given that you again your own. Ethnic experience or background wasn't one of being Latino Dino or Mexican talked me a little bit more about that and why you were like no absolutely says Chavez icy myself in you and absolutely Louise Louise by this. I see myself in you. What was that thing that made you say. This is what I need to be doing. It's interesting because I never tried to co-opt just wanted to be a soldier and it was that you know hey lou you re representing the Latino community. Here's how you give back and and I was like absolutely. Tell me where to go. Tell me where to show up and that's what led me to meeting Cesar during that fast that he was doing and then you know I do stand in the liver and once again then here I am introduced to a subculture of Mexican American life that I knew nothing about and that's you know that this was an education for me I never took the privilege of representing community for granted because I am such a mixed bag you know an American mutt that physically and facially I'm able to represent different communities. It's it's always been important to me to do that with respect and to do that with intelligence now you take these roles stereotypical roles and you do something that is respectful and that brings pride and it has a nobility ended integrity to it and the way to do that is to be specific and to not just play this surface to understand the roots of what you're getting at. It's certainly theater training but is the conversations with Lewisville. Does that sort of galvanized nice that approach in my mind Lou Diamond Phillips. I'm just going to say what it was out of you whether what. La Lou Diamond Phillips thank you so much for joining me on the USA. It's been great speaking with you. The Big Maria Lou Diamond Phillips is an actor the two iconic macchiato films that he started Lamma and stand in deliver recently celebrated their thirtieth anniversaries in this episode was produced by Genesee MOCHA and edited by Soviet police a cop the Latino. You're eighteen includes financier. Camarena Neil messiahs and Dona said a Hilo Maggie and Lisa Scott with help this week from Geneva Owen and my Aquilla our engineers are Stephanie Lebow and Julia Caruso Our our production manager is not even our digital team includes who you're regardless relax and Amanda Contract Our New York Women's foundation ignite fellow is phonetically the EGAS. Our intern is other..
"la bamba" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Thing about Paul Stanley wanna make jokes about it because I'm sure other genital defect. I had some people have this, obviously. But I had no idea that Paul Stanley. I read an article going to book out or something article where he was saying he became a rockstar because he was bullied as a kid. Yeah. He had. I can't it's a long name. I don't know what it is. But basically one of his ears is deformed is like it's just like cartilage. I guess it ain't got no Kotla JR. Though. It's all cartilage conflict. So so he became a rockstar. Just so he could go back to the old neighborhood and say, hey, you should've treated me better made fun of my my ear now, what do you think of that? Now, you Lord it over the let's put the X infect about that. But as long as as loud as we've known that you've had that hair, and we didn't see her. I don't look like an old woman now. Now all aging Rockstars begin to resemble old women. Estrogen just to kind of thing that happens. It really doesn't matter. But what we're going to do today is not Paul. He presents tomorrow. Stories. Thanks. I this is the first I'm hearing of it. But it sounds like a what I say. Yes. Daily percents in which you Paul Stanley from kiss legendary rock band. You will present the store maga-. Stories, but they all lead back to something personal about his life. Gene was into Trump. I didn't know if you were into just copying me. I love Trump. Trump's doing so many good things for the economy. Investments look at the stock market. I mean, sky's the limit. Right. I do impulse daily percents tomorrow. You back off a little bit here. But all right. I'll be on Hannity tonight at eight. I will have a sounder for this deal that horrible one. I wanna make a new one this based on LA Bamba because the segment is listed. So I wanted to be. List? Something along those lines. But until. Autumn doing it there. Feed the reason that we do it is because Clive Cliver in my radio consultant guru has told me that the millennials. They don't like they don't like to. I wouldn't say that. Full articles essays daughter girlfriend. L D R. They want. They want listed Jarrett's wants me to reach out to the millennials speak in their language. So here's the horrible sound that gets going?.
"la bamba" Discussed on KCRW
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"la bamba" Discussed on KTRH
"You know, because most of those trophy call like this wouldn't across the hall here all of that skews, Hispanic. No. Well, yeah. Actually, that's true. What are the five songs that every white person falls out to the mariachis when they're when they arrive in San Antonio need it material? Of. I wish that one ton Margarita do that one. Okay. The burrito. Yeah. Okay. One ton something. Okay. La Bamba there. Cucaracha? Thank you. Can you imagine when your kid drops out of school? It, dan. I want to pursue my dream. Are you gonna pay? You you want to be the next Ritchie Valance? Okay. All right, how stealth appoint how you how you gonna pay your bills. I'm not you not living under my roof. Well, I'm gonna be mariachi. You're gonna walk around being asked by white people. There's only five songs they know to ask for do. You realize what you've been doing all night? Yeah. And then they'll wanna sing along to they'll have that very smug. Look like, you know because they have to ask for a song. Sure. Would you like us on for the family for your lovely leading? Yeah. I think that would she's a good woman. I won't you play a lot Cucaracha all the family. Okay. Yeah. Okay. All right, guys. Let's fire up lot Cucaracha in two two tables over. So somebody else is doing LA Bamba. What else you got those three? Lethally? They don't know the name of it. So what would they call him? You know, what is funny? We ought to get us, you know, who's in a mariachi band. Our guy that owns southern front doors. His son is in a mariachi ban on the weekends. Just for..
"la bamba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Something like that? Yeah. Wow. This is a good choice to how did you come up with this being so young? I always loved those rock and roll. And I remember the movie LA Bamba his way to open in the end one. Yeah. Yeah. I was going to say that when you first said sleep the way LA baba open and what I was talking about. That is great. Rachel good job. Thanks for the call to New Jersey. One award point five LA Bamba. The Ritchie Valance story from nineteen eighty seven Lou diamond Phillips plays Richie balance. And it opens up where these kids are playing. And there's a plane flying overhead and this music is playing and the, you know, they look up in the sky at the plane, and then all of a sudden the plane just blows crashes and Lou diamond Phillips playing Ritchie Valentine's weeks up and like he's having a nightmare. That he was afraid to fly in the real story as always a real story when it comes to a movie was dead, which you've Valentine's never been in a plane before. And there was a record guy whose name I can't remember who had the third seat on the plane and Rishi valley's and this record guy ended up tossing a coin to see who would get the third seat on the plane the first one which evaluates at the second Valentine's wins the coin to us and gets the seat on the plane and announces is the first thing I've ever won in my life. Seventeen years old one eight hundred two eight three one.
"la bamba" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You seen LA Bamba? Yeah. Oh, yes. Have you ever seen the movie LA Bamba with Lou diamond Phillips as Ritchie Valens? I don't think. So. But my movie expertise is not that you and stuff and should put that movie on your viewing list there. It's a really really good movie. Oh, extreme would Steve checks in sixteen years ago yesterday space shuttle disaster? On the second. Yesterday would have been the first. Yeah. Yesterday was the first which space shuttle disaster, wait there, the one that was coming in for landing not the one that was taking off this is the other. So that was the one that was coming back to earth that broke up on re entry. So I was still a producer WGN. I had given. I I'd been producing John on Saturday mornings and John gave up ceremony show and see Bertrand was doing it for a while. And then I give it up that because I had started producing Steve DALE'S national radio show through another company called animal planet radio at the time before I started my own company and on Saturday mornings, I still came downtown. But I went over there to produce his show. Okay. And I was I would stop by the station, and usually do a little editing work before I hit it over to the other place to do Steve show. And I and Beth swerve heads recently taken over the Saturday morning show. And was I. She wasn't a full-time produce yet. I think she was still part time before she produced Kathy and Judy. And so she was there and this happened while I was there. And so I stayed with her for the show, and we we got guests on in Texas who had pieces of wreckage in their yard. That's right. It did fall in. Yeah. I'm looking you know, I post a on this date, and I'm going to say that that pretty much was the end of the space shuttle program, I believe they flew again. But you knew that I imagined from then on there. They said, okay, we're moving onto the next phase here the shuttle's did fly again after that one. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I think it was a couple of years later, though. Yeah. This is for. For Jess how we just and we just passed the anniversary of the challenger in the last week. Because that's the twenty sixth. I wanna say in January. Yeah. Yeah. Like two days after the bears won the Super Bowl or a day after the bears won the Super Bowl when that happened. Yeah. The second. Oh, I'm sorry. Thank you listener from.
"la bamba" Discussed on WLAC
"And we're buddy Holly looked like the producer. Yeah. And he'd just hit hit an incredible mind for producing he was doing things in a recording studio back then that people marvel at today who who's the one who actually flip the coin between also and Ritchie Valens. Well, there's dozens of people claim they flipped it all the evidence points at Tommy also Dion from the dome is just a couple of years ago came out and said, well, no, I'm the one that's flip the coin. Bob HALE, the coin should be in a museum somewhere while the coin is. Tommy owned as saloon call. The coin flip saloon. Yeah. Yeah. If he had it for years and the coin was was framed. And at least he said that was the coin on the wall. Let's go. In Tucson, Arizona. Hi, isaiah. Morning. Good morning. You're just also as well. It's. Coasttocoastam about four five months from the first night. I was hooked completely sold. And thank you so much for those intriguing informative in over great programs. I have a common question number one. How music has totally changed and not necessarily in a good way. Those times were so exciting days of the words, the music rhythm themselves were just extrordinary my personal opinion. But in the movie, LA Bamba, also I wanted to know by any chance it changed at Mr. Ritchie valley had like a dreams or premonitions that he was going to die in a plane crash. I believe that that's also indicated in the mobile Alabama. Is there any information with regards to that has anybody elaborated more with regards to that specific situation because according to what should have seen like he was somewhat scared because she had dreams and had a certain scenes. Like that something was going to happen. Twin was not going to live for long time. So I wanted to see what your guest has an information about that worship informed in the book as well. You know, it's it's it's interesting for guy who supposedly head premonitions dying plane crash he begged to be on that plane. And so it wasn't that. He didn't want to be on the plane. He you know, he he was begging to be on the plane. I've got a nobody of information that I have gathered two years in the end, according to the notebook their accounts of everybody involved having premonitions of this plane crash, and and and I doubt validity of most of it. I do believe in premonitions, but Richie if he had that premonition he fought pretty hard to get on that airplane. So I don't know do, you know, by the way, the name Lebombo really has to do with the name of a dance. Yes. In those days. Yeah. The song LA Bamba is a traditional kind of Mexican folks on kids kids sing it when they're little. Yes. And he just be brought it to the US radio and it just took off like a rocket ship. Oh, yeah. And others have done it since in. But nobody nobody does it like Richie had he been in any movies at the time. Where he was too young for that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was just really just starting to get going. Yep. When did the Beatles? Hit it in the mid early sixties. Right. Yeah. I think what was it sixty three that they they came to New York. I think so they came after Valentine's at all ready past. And you know, that's the interesting thing that I interviewed Don McLean for my book. Hey, buddy. And you know, he talked about the fact that people. You know, proclaimed this British invasion, and he said, you know, there really wasn't a British invasion. They said, even the Beatles. He's a John Lennon stated that they were shocked when they arrived United States. Find people were saying this is this new kind of music coming from England. And he said he said people had already forgotten buddy. He said all we were doing recreating, buddy. And we brought it back to the United States. He says it wasn't a British invasion. He said it was the reinvasion of buddy..
"la bamba" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Smooth. Meantime, people don't even know what we're saying. But they feel the music because the music speaks a different language, and it's not always English. We Spanish it's a different language. It's universal us together for eight years. They just released an album called, it's time tapa music. They play is called son, Harold show, LA Bamba. Right. The one son that people know from how I always tell people, you know, how they go. No, go you ever heard of LA Bamba, Nicole yet? That's. And so we remixed all jam four hundred year old jam called LA Bamba. And we rewrote lyrics to it to talk about you know, talking about the violence in Arizona. Taking a stance against anti war. And there was another version there what we talk about growing up in east LA sort of our experience, you know, as La Bomba lab. I'm Barbara Bel chickens. Chicanos east. You're not getting better. I don't believe in borders, and I'm gonna I'm gonna clash them. I'm gonna crossed it. At this place called the east side cafe in this place is inspired by the movement. Because basically, it's the community organizing and pitching in to have the space open, and they teach free, classes, English, classes, computer, classes and musical buses one day. This teachers is hey, I'm gonna teach. Which is one of the instruments they use virtual and bring some friends from those teachings. Let's go fellas came to be about there. That is like I'm a person that goes to the coffee. Shop the cockpit that I you know, purposely name. Settles because. This is all about balance and equality and women and men bright. So we're all equal just like this movement. Hiccup gentlemen. A lot of our music and a lot of our inspiration is derived from the movement of people that we know today. Let's go. Music has traveled back home to their roots to go away when their signs actually get inspired from. I had a homeboy.
"la bamba" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"KKK members to a song that was multicultural by its very nature and sound and bead, and when you hit a song and something like that happens, you know, on a cellular level. This is something. That's right right now, this is it. As right as LA Bamba is for these times. It's got a long long history. Uh-huh. So he goes seventeen-year-old Mexican-American kid from the San Fernando Valley named Ritchie valley's probably heard this version of LA Bamba growing up sung by unrest. West got. It was popularized during the golden age of Mexican cinema around the nineteen forties. If there's any one song that represents the Americas. It is this one song unbe released. There's wrote and directed the nineteen eighty-seven film, LA Bamba about the life and death of Ritchie Valens still doesn't know the exact meaning of the title of balance most famous song, but he did lots of research for the film and things it's a reference to something he calls on Bamba from Africa. And it was a beat. It was a sound. And that landed on the shores of it. I could lose enslaved Africans were brought a few hundred years ago, Louis Mexico, and because cultural fusion has long been a means of survival African indigenous and Spanish traditions were all mashed up. Up and out of that mash up a musical style was created called sunhat Osho. La Bamba is a son Harold Joel song this strong..
"la bamba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Was from. Did you see the movie LA Bamba? Yeah. The movie. Absolutely. I can't find the reckless. My luck. I I will get it on for you. About that. I'm like did you, but we don't have it. I can't believe we don't have it. One eight hundred three point five. Let's get you in ambler on what's happening about buddy. I always love what you do the music stuff, man. You know, what this I I'm a buddy, Holly fanatic. When I saw Pai died. I'm like, oh, what a great our this will be. I know I saw that on Facebook to that was like what the who who is this person. I was reading on Mike. Oh, Peggy sue person. Bad Peggy sue. Yeah. And I'm just like this is really but also one year from Tom Petty's. Yeah. How about that? I hear so many Tom petty songs today. I mean, you know, I work at a supermarket, and you you have the music playing overhead mall, right? But there's a lot of Tom petty songs, man. Well, you know, what he's what all the rockers had in common. No matter. What no matter. What music you like, you could agree that we both liked Tom petty. The man I mean the band, and I know his band. They weren't big superstars because I don't know the names of those people in his band, but they were great. It's the ban was awesome. Oh, yeah. And you know, what else with with petty? He was he still gets played. There's a Tom petty satellite channel. And every now, and then they'll rerun he with DJ on a satellite channel every now. And then they'll rerun like one of his shows. And it's so weird hearing him do it, you know, that he's dead, but the talk and. Hear him talk about the music and just how much he loved the music and just like what his life was like. Right. The hit record. They hit tour the head, right? The hit record the tour the hit. Exactly. But you know, what the other thing trip musicians like, Tom, Patty? He had a, you know, his life wasn't probably the best with the drugs and the alcohol and everything, but you know, what he's got music is just a great way of people just love music, and he was beloved. I mean, you look at the wheel berries, look at the ROY orbison black and white. He was in that he was everybody loved Tom petty. And what you saw well, I asked the guy that answered the phone can you cue up princes Osceola. That was in prince that was a song that was a band called ready for the world. No. Oh, she'll for she'll lake really ready for the world is the one that made the hit with it. I don't have playing it..
"la bamba" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Los Lobos would number two on the countdown Bumba. a number two on account data the top five in this week at eighty seven. That's Los Lobos with her former number one, LA Bamba. Now was it that move that east LA band out of the top spot? Well, none other than the king of. Number. What? Now, this was the first of five straight number one hits from Michael Jackson's huge album bad that was supposed to be a superstar duet. But.
"la bamba" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Handle so lisa why don't you you make up your mind now you can't handle when you get in your ready to go they shut the door and you start taxing how does that feel baobab essay who jesus take the wheel i'm gonna take the fact that we landed in meridian mississippi and my breaches were still dry was every would say every bumps you go did you look out the window shot it made you feel like you wanna bust it and it was a beautiful day to look at the wind we weren't going to high so you can see everything love that feeling you know because it's a little bumpy on the runway and then when it gets when it gets move but you know it takes me and it was a windy day you had some jumping around oscar the pilot gave me a heads up and he said look is going to be a little bumpy which i really didn't want to hear that oscar but he is going to be a little bob because it's windy so i i okay but then when you start out and you give bill yourself you know i knew we were we were going up and then we start going kind of rock and just a little bit in bad thing was last week i watched la bamba though i'm thinking oh my god you know buddy hall again reach you what what you say i took greg is did you not.
"la bamba" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Fucking boy like this movie topless men like other top soft are they wearing any she was running around screaming women's lives matter and the cops grabbed her pinned her down in a bush that's where it happened appropriately here she is by the way running around with the women's names written on her body yelling and an odd protest i think for for sexual assault but there's the good news bill cosby's blind now you can't say anything so he missed out which is awesome the the ps two the story is the woman she's from new jersey that woman really yeah i read on the before i came over here and she wasn't extra once on the concert show no way not weird i wonder if there's maybe she has her own issue griped nothing happens yes yeah so the second trial what do you think happens it's the same breakdown in terms of the jury the same number of men women white and black so i think we'll give them another chance to see what they can do go more legal news lou diamond phillips number la bamba remember him you done a lot of things but yes la bamba most recently think he was on longmire that show that westbound show that i like he's in trouble he got he pled guilty to charges of drinking and driving in texas which by the way how fucking drunk do you have to be to get charged with drinking and driving all places when you pass your license they crack a beer with you at the.
"la bamba" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Journey began hatton bound train roused by those first bars of la bamba echoing didn't from chile york street platform i watched in mute astonishment as a singing cowboy and his impossibly tiny horse hopped aboard the diminutive pony buckton reared in perfect time with the cowpox enchanting rendition as i stared the truth finally struck my weary break this miniature steve was but a concoction of cardboard and fabric the rider's legs which dangled so lifelike over the flanks of the tiny ours were in fact nothing more than stuffed jeans terminating an empty child's boots my ability to grasp of the ingenious mechanism did nothing to diminish the charm of this rustic trump loy as our trained slow to its next stop the subterranean becquerels accepted our applause and donations before galloping out toward the next car my seek mates and i remain spellbound entwined a moment of fragile shared humanity by an unnamed strangers brilliance sounds amazing so it's generally a pretty safe bet for fans of mobile theater not necessarily chris no.
"la bamba" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The epicenter of the theater world tell us fraternity taking a show no chris no amid all the holiday hype and wintry jingling i found myself craving the visceral the intimate the illicit truth theater unstained by celebrity or professionalism no i sought the purity of the subways where the city's most audacious artists forcibly entertain the masses yes it was fertile ground chris and also second would you like to share my discoveries journey began hatton bound train rows by those first bars of la bamba echoing hidden from the chile york street platform i watched mute astonishment as a singing cowboy and his impossibly tiny horse hopped aboard the diminutive pony buckton reared imperfect time with the cowpox enchanting rendition as i stared the truth finally struck my weary brave this miniature ski was but a concoction of cardboard and fabric the rider's legs which dangled so lifelike over the flanks of the tiny oars were in fact nothing more than stuffed jeans terminating an empty child's boots my belated grasp of the ingenious mechanism did nothing diminish the charm of this rustic trump roy as our train slow to its next stop the subterranean vicaro accepted our applause and donations before galloping out toward the next car my seek mates i remain dispel entwined fating moment of fragile shared humanity by an unnamed strangers he hatrick brilliance sounds amazing so it's december generally a pretty safe bet for fans of mobile theater necessarily chris no.
"la bamba" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And then older guys george yeah so they're like start singing a song and they tell her songwriting i dunno la bamba so she starts singing la bamba and they start cutting her brain pieces of rain brain out until she stopped singing that's how they knew the surgery was over how messed up is that like cigna birthday song it just keeps saying it on a loop and they're just slicing pieces of her brain off until she stopped singing there sick one of his side pieces.