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Bob Dylan - Stay With Me (video)
Sometimes a song comes 'cross your desk that blows you away. Bob Dylan's "Stay With Me" is such a song. Sure, it's Bob Dylan and many people will say he is an icon. I didn't grow up on his work. Sure, I liked some of his songs, but he never really did it for me. I didn't connect fully with the entirety of his body of work. "Stay With Me" instantly captured me. Maybe it's because of my age, the place where I am in life. So much loss and having to say goodbye. But it's a song that went strait to my heart. It's a lovely simple composition that tugs at your heart strings and proves again, to a new generation of users that Bob Dylan is a master wordsmith.
Bob Dylan's new album, "Shadows in the Night," out February 3.
Full disclosure. As you can see, Tom Baker is my doctor. He was my first. I've been on this ride over forty years. I've cycled through 73 different writers. Yup 73!!! I counted!!! Thank you Google. I understand the vitriol and trepidation of the new. You should've heard my comments when Colin Baker became the Doctor. I was less than thrilled. I was not polite about it. My family told me, suck it up or stop watching. I sucked it up.
Now, 44 years later, I've a 13th Doctor. I reserve judgement. (ish) The writing is lackadaisical. There are plot holes. It does get dreadfully boring at times. There are more misses than hits. What I see is a Doctor struggling to find themselves. How exactly do you do that when you've so much history but don't want to repeat yourself? Well, you repeat yourself. The Daleks have always been a go-to foe. They made their first appearance in season 1. There have been Dalek foes in all but 11 seasons of the entirety of Doctor Who. Like th…
Doro Pesch will be filling in for singer Tim 'Ripper' Owens on the following DIO Disciples tour dates:
June 29 - Milan, Italy @ Magazzini Generali
July 01 - Bilbao, Spain @ Rockstar Live
July 02 - Madrid, Spain @ Heineken
July 03 - Barcelona, Spain @ Bikini
Owens will be unable to make the Italian and Spanish shows as he will be attending his daughter's wedding.
In addition to Owens, DIO Disciples features former DIO members Rudy Sarzo (bass), Simon Wright (drums), Craig Goldy (guitar) and Scott Warren (keyboards), along with singer Toby Jepson (Little Angels, Gun).
On January 30, 2014, Lars Ulrich, Metallica's founder, driving force, mouth piece, and drummer took to the Reddit AMA for a sit down with his harshest critics. . . his fans. Lars Ulrich tends to polarize people, fans of Metallica or not. Either you love him or you hate him. There seems to be no in between. Indeed, Lars is has a strong personality. He says what's on his mind (at that moment). He's wickedly intelligent, privileged, bold, a bit daring, and he's a damn fine businessman. Those are the exact traits that cause people to NOT like him. I'm in the camp of "loving Lars". Every time I've met him he's been polite, funny, caring, and on a few occasions, a bit of a brat; which made me love him even more. Reddit users got to ask Lars any question they chose from the inane to the profane and everything in between. This is just a fraction of what Lars answered - the important bits.
Asked about songs from the Load/Reload, St. Anger material that has…