Sunday, March 1, 2020

Sunday Music: Hold On Loosely



Good times. Always liked this one. We'll just leave it at that.

12 comments:

SecessionIsTheAnswer said...

Well based on all the latest blog postings, the Vegas line had you going with the Knacks "My Corona", but I will never say no to Southern blues & rock!

Badger said...

OT to today's "genre" (I hate that word, but you get it) - suspecting you have a drum kit sitting around based on what you've posted before. Was doing some file housekeeping.

A pretty fun rendition by The Ventures of Hawaii Five-O, with Bob, Don, Nokie & Mel joined by guest extra drummer (a very young) Max Weinberg.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQSPivbWwuY

Skip the first 12 seconds of the poorly posted video. Lots of fun though.
Grab your sticks.

Aesop said...

Thanks.
I air-drummed "Wipeout" so many times over the years that once I got the drums and learned them, doing it for real was easy. Ditto Hawaii 5-0, etc. But it's always a good workout.

nick flandrey said...

Pretty sure we don't have hundreds of EXTRA "healthcare workers".

Additionally, ABC 7 reports that 2 Bay Area healthcare workers have received a "presumptive positive" from state labs.

Alameda County Public Health Department and Solano Public Health are reporting that two health care workers are presumptive positive for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19); these cases are pending confirmatory testing from the CDC.

Both cases are NorthBay VacaValley Hospital health care workers and are currently in home-isolation. One is a Solano County resident and the other is an Alameda County resident.

They were both infected by the "unknown origin" case announced on Friday. They were discovered early, as part of investigators' efforts to trace the individual's contacts. Already, about 124 health care workers, including at least 36 nurses, are self-quarantining as we speak.

The two patients both had exposure to the community-acquired case currently hospitalized at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. The initial case is slowly recovering and the individual's family members have negative test results so far and remain in quarantine, officials say.

Alameda County has declared a state of emergency over the outbreak, joining San Francisco, which declared an emergency early last week. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee also declared a state of emergency on Saturday.

"We understand that the evolving news about COVID-19 is concerning, and we are taking the situation very seriously," said Dr. Erica Pan, Health Officer, Alameda County Public Health Department. "This news is not unexpected in the Bay Area, and we are ready for cases here. This is not the time to panic; now is the time for all of us to work together." Dr. Pan said.


---it's almost like they're reading from a script... "not unexpected", "we told you this was coming", "nothing to see here".....



RandyGC said...

Ahhh, thanks Aesop.

One of the first songs that I danced to with the future CINCHOUSE on the night I met her at the O Club when she came in with a group of friends.

Anonymous said...

One of my favorites as well. A Northern boy who has always loved Southern Rock. Green grass and high tides forever!

millerized said...

Hopefully they play that song, and many others from my youth, May 16th.
Where else can you see them for $45 these days?!
Robert Cray last Friday night for $20. Worth many times that.
Front row seat at Little River Band this Friday coming.
Going to be a good year music wise.

MMinLamesa said...

My musical tastes have changed quite a bit since the 80s but .38 Special were some kick ass guitar players. That's one to jam at 11.

Badger said...

@millerized
"Robert Cray last Friday night for $20. Worth many times that."

Jealous and agree fully. Score.

Charles in VA said...

A musical rebuttal...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1tj2zJ2Wvg

Unknown said...

These days it more .38 +p than special.

Zero the EBTs said...

No song is accounted a good song unless you catch yourself spontaneously whistling along to it.