TV, Radio, Internet...dishing dirt since 2001
Speaking of smiling,Who might have the best talk sports who might have the BEST talk sports show right now? 95.7's weekend Guru and Darold(?) other guy. I laughed,and I KNEW that was I have been saying for years about a people of color sports show..the guys know sports,and sound like guys I grew up with. Funny guys I grew up with. When one of them defended Klay Thompson by citing his "WAR" stats? The other guy told him "What? who the hell cares? I would still trade him for Kevin Love..what are you going to say now? tell me Klay's optometrist score?!"Its what I said long ago Barret didn't understand. And I'm telling you all...they are better then ANY other 95.7 talkshow. Man,I almost applauded in laughs when Guru said he thought Papa was in man love for Steve Kerr..then did a great impersonation of Papa moaning Kerr's name.Why did it take so long for a real sports talk show like this to get on the air?.and YES,they know sports...this is about the 4th Saturday I caught bits and pieces of this show in the car.I like it. I endorse that show.btw,Lee Hammer will have to die due to some Nazi disease from the homeland paraphernalia he collects before KNBR moves into the 21st century.
One mo:DJ, Play some Boz Scaggs. Lido or Low Down. Bay Area classics...
Rich is workin' some Motown magic with this ultimate classic. Considering the "issues of the day" on 415 Media -- you know where to go for the Undisputed Truth. Watch out for those "Smiling Faces Sometime" .. can you dig it?
They smile in your face, all the time they wanna take your place, The BackStabbers!
Great song, great group! Wonder if that "flip off" at 00:24 was a Freudian Slip?!
What kind of collar is that? I know Nehru collars, and that's not one. Looks almost persian influenced, as were many styles of clothing and music in the 70s.
I think the video is only a couple of years old. The song though-1971. Year I graduated from high school and started a job had me working graveyard. Spent the whole summer listening to AM radio. "Smiling Faces", "Brandy" by Looking Glass, "Hill Where the Lord Hides" by Chuck Mangione. I feel old again.
That's from one of those pledge drive concerts, check out that audience full of people in their 60’s and 70's. Different group, same lead singer guy.
This little ditty speaks "truth" as old as the earth is...