I didn’t become a Parrot Head when my friends fell under his spell in the 70s & 80s. I did not get it at all. But then he released an album all about new relationships and breakups. I was going through my first divorce (the third should be soon) and this songs spoke to me. The album was “Last Mango in Paris”. It’s still my favorite.
And then “Off to See the Lizard” came out. I loved that album too. I was hooked. He’s had a zillion albums since. I have them all. I still think the two LPs aforementioned are his best. But, that’s just me.
Did I tell you our website at WTIT.net is back up? I would have been lost had Mimi Lenox not taken over the project. She learned the new program and replicated our site. Once she teaches me, we’ll revamp it a bit. It shouldn’t be long. Rumor has it that she’s passing through New England in the not-to-distant future, so a plan is a foot. Her work is unbelievable! She had so much else going on. So all I can say to her is “Thank You”.
We are also exploring doing an internet station that would play both the music and comedy of WTIT. We hope to develop a show of our own on the station. We’ll see. But do not be surprised if you do hear about “The Bud & Mimi Show” in the near future.
So I should be back to playing Sat-9 & Stealing soon. Although some of you saw my version of Stealing last week. I just had to know I could still figure out how to play.
For Father’s Day, my son Ben got us Buffett tix in Boston tonight. My sis, when she heard, begged to join us. We found her a seat IN THE SAME ROW! Whether we get everyone to move down one is anybody’s guess as to the result. But we will try. It’ll be my first tailgate Buffett experience. It was the late Johnnie Walker who was the world’s biggest Buffett fan. Within an hour, my sis pics me up. Peace & love! See you soon. Same time. Same blog.