I came, I saw, I gnawed it to death.
Letterman's band played it when Ms Bullock walked on for an interview, screened HERE long after the big dust-up.Just read this in a comment at Crikey(related to DJones future advert spend in newspapers which sided with PR fool Kirky Fraser-Kristy)"I heard an interview with a magazine guru a while back (google “coventry conversations” and search for gavin green – it’s staggering interesting if you’re interested in cars or the magazine industry and he’s got good stories), talking about the early days of “CAR” magazine (it really is a good listen). He relates the joys of working for a small, privately-owned independent, and tells a story about the day the owner came in and declared “good news – we’ve lost the volvo account!”, and a cheer went up from the writers. I suspect that doesn’t happen a lot in the australian newspaper industry."and thought to myself - Phill will like that.
Gee Rick Springfield was a guitar hero with Zoot - I loved their version of Eleanor Rigby - a great companion poiece to Focus' contemporaneous Dear Prudence.
When offspring no 1 was learning Eleanor Rigby on the usual cheap acoustic guitar and I bought him after he'd been fiddling about on my Aria Pro II semi, he got discouraged so I bought the Zoot ER to help him to see how things could be. Bad strategy but he agreed a good song.
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