Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dante, May 31, 2010.
sit back, relax, and enjoy.
hit the Watch On YouTube link. It's worth it for this one tune because of the HQ Audio
Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge (or simply The Brooklyn Bridge) is an American musical group, best known for their million selling rendition of Jimmy Webb’s "The Worst That Could Happen" (1968). -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Maestro_%26_The_Brooklyn_Bridge
a more recent rendition than the hit radio days, but in my not so humble opinion (IMNSHO); well worth it.
Great Interview with Bruce Channel and Delbert McClinton
Hilton1949 — May 04, 2007 — 7/14 - A few years ago a portable jukebox was discovered which belonged to John Lennon in the 1960s. The jukebox conntained a tracklist of 40 records - soul, R&B and Rock 'n' Roll - written in Lennon's own handwriting. These are the songs which shaped his musical education and they reveal many of the original sources of inspiration for his later songwriting.
In post # 5, Jimmy Webb is mentioned.
Glen Campbell, like Leon Russell, is one of the best studio session musicians to ever come out of the Arkansas/Oklahoma area. Both are underrated and under appreciated by the general public for their true talents.
Leon Russell ...
So you're relatively new here and you are wondering what Dante Fevah is all about?
Dante Fevah explained through song:
So you've seen members like Dr.House, jump right into a thread and out of nowhere post something like "Dainty is gay" or "Dante is gay" or even "Dante Fevah is gay"
I know it can be confusing, so a little bit of context is needed.
'Twas a dark and stormy late night session @ USMB, an anonymous twit message board on the interweb(s). A group of girlyman/boys along with a few trash talking shemales, got skewered by the wit of one Dante (Dante refers to himself in the third person and many in the Dante Fan Club are clueless as to why Dante does IT), and it is a part of the grand IT experiment (IT will become clear later on...).
enough about me. let us bring you the Dante Fan Club!
Here 'we' (the royal 'we' as opposed to the dreaded 'we' tactic) have a tune that must be watched well into the second half (where Whoopie enters the screen). Think of the Dante Fan club as made up of a group we'll call: The Sisters of The Fevah
Here we have Dr.House, Our Lady of the Cheap Shot, making an appearance made up in Black Face as Whoopie Goldberg:
Dr.House and the Sisters of The Fevah, explain why they follow Dante around in almost every thread..,
Daaaaahnte: bringing more to the music forum/message board than mere music.
Because after all, the Girlman/boys Just Want To Have Fun.
So 'we' know what you're thinking: "I find this hard to believe." right? Well believe you must. The evidence all over this site is overwhelming.
Yeah Ditz-oid, if people weren't paying attention to you two B-4, they are now.
and that's without resorting to rep or thanks.
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