Well, here I am.
My name is Dan and I am one of the new bloggerers sitting in for my friend Layla. Bloggerers? Is that a word?
Oh well, I would like to thank her for giving me this opportunity. I don't know if anything I have to say is worthy of your valuable time, but I am going to give it a shot.
For my first classic rock blog-shot, I would like to offer up some of my favorite classic rock blog-shot sites. I continually find things I have not seen of nor oftentimes heard of in a long time. Also, little bits of rock and roll info that bring back memories of days gone by. Remember back in the day? Riding in the car with the 8 track stereo turned to volume level 10?
My first choice when I log on (besides Laylas blog) is always Seano at Circle of Fits. He has the most enjoyable way with words and rocks on big time whenever he gets the chance. Sometimes I know not of what he speaks, but he always speaks it well. He also has an adorable little child, with which he thinks the world of, I am sure.
Second on my list is Pod. Sean's creative writing and cool analytical interpretations of many of the old classic rock albums have me hooked. He has a way of looking at the old albums, that is right on, that is for sure!
I could not go any further without including my statehood pal from Milwaukee, The Rock and Roll Guru. Give him a listen and learn from his rock and roll dictionary and learn his rock and roll philosophy. I met him last year at Milwaukees Summerfest and was blown over when he walked up with his young daughters in tow, they enjoying every bit of the music we all love.
The last site I recommend tonight is the Rock and Roll Today site. He has a new timely video each day as he surfs the internet for significant events in rock and roll history of each day. He is like clockwork in his new postings and they always bring back memories or even evoke new ones.
These bloggers never fail to give me some enjoyment no matter how the day went. As you can see from the picture above, I am a huge Doors fan. I wish I could show you a video of Waiting For The Sun today, which you would think was from the album of the same name, but I am having some technical difficulties. It actually is from Morrison Hotel, which I highly recommend. I think The Doors purposely delayed this song so as to screw with us all. Hope you enjoy my entry into this other world and I look forward to giving you a bit of enjoyment also.