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Walk on the Wild Side.

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Lou Reed – Walk on the Wild Side (1972)

Can you kick it?

Stick a Fork in Their Ass and Turn 'em Over, They're Done (Thanks Lou)

Book: Skagboys

Author: Irvine Welsh

Music: Sister Ray

Artist: Joy Division

While the artists here are Joy Division this is a cover of a Velvet Underground tune. 135 more words

Fiction

Putting Down Roots by Tam MacNeil (review)

Tagline: Bookstore clerk gets a teaching job in an isolated manor rooted in a haunted village

Title: Putting Down Roots

Author: Tam MacNeil… 382 more words

Book Review

Album: Transformer - Lou Reed

‘Vicious’ Liked it right away.  Babyhead was expanding his musical likes.  He heard ‘Walk On the Wild Side’ and went and found the album.  His intro to Lou Reed.   327 more words

Sometimes you have to just step outside the dots

Some nice malaphor advice.  I believe this is a mash up of “think outside the box” (think freely without adherence to old rules or ideas) and “connect the dots” (to understand the relationship between different ideas and experiences).   94 more words

Words

Transformer by Lou Reed (Album, 1972)

In 1972, Lou Reed entered the studio with producer David Bowie, an artist who’d been deeply swayed by the avant-garde style of Reed’s former band, the Velvet Underground. 218 more words

Articles & Reviews

Walk on the wild side, LOL

Take a walk on the wild side, LOL

Be sure to check out my other blogs:

A slightly more serious blog at lorieb.com  includes articles on the things I am most passionate about, such as health & wellness, current events, my wheat allergy, relationships, parenting and more.   43 more words

Humor