Re: [fearnwhiskey] Paul Pena
>I don't know much else about Paul Pena. I'm pretty new to him. IsI don't have any recent news of him, but did see him play live a
>he still alive? Anyone know anything more about him?
little over a year ago, in Berkeley (Carl, you may remember, this was
Craig and I's first date!) -- very thin and feeble, but sounded
fantastic. I don't think his health allows him to play very often,
but he's still around and hanging in there...
"You said to me, 'You're from California;
you laugh too easily'" --Mark Eitzel
- Paul Pena's songs on the Ellipse Art throat singing comp is great. I know
his own CD which as released a while back is from the 70's. Does he have
more recent stuff available?
I'll forward the fireworks request to Ms. Scratchy.
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- I believe (no pun intended) that it's been mentioned here before, but you
can find a nifty version/cover of that song on the Macha loved Bedhead CD (a
joint effort between the bands Macha and Bedhead) as well. Worthy of
>*Dollar Store/Believe/Dollar Store/Bloodshot
>[A Cher song. I don't really know the Cher song at all, but there's
>graffiti in the men's bathroom at The Cave in Chapel Hill that says "Do
>you believe in life after love?" That's a line from this song. Well, the
>good part is that after that someone wrote "I want to believe." Someone
>else wrote "You'd better believe!" and then some wiseacre added at the
>bottom "Believe it or not, I'm walkin' on air!" I love that. Serial
>graffiti is the BEST.]
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