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It’s interesting to think back to when you first connected with a certain cultural artifact. It could be a musician, a band, a comic, a writer…………any person who creates. My love of Beethoven, for example, came from the unlikely source of watching A Clockwork Orange, which isn’t exactly considered a fundamental introduction to classical music. I got into Prokofiev by watching Woody Allen’s Love and Death. And so forth. We all have our different tales.
In the late 1980s, I regularly attended the Sick & Twisted Animation Festival, and the item below was one of the entries. That’s all it took to get me into Was Not Was. Enjoy!
It occurs to me that a full 60% of the Traveling Wilburys are no longer with us. The two chaps on the left side of this picture are the survivors, and with Bob at 80 years old, Jeff may soon be the only one left. I guess Norm has me thinking about death more than usual. It’s sort of like the stock market. Before long, people will only be left with 40% of what they started with.