|I <3 EarthLink (OH!)|
Because EarthLink’s policy of billing me for dial-up internet usage, for no real reason, I have been given a “secret” telephone number that puts me at the head of the support line. This came in handy because despite the previous attempts to fix the billing issue Earthlink has continued to charge me for dial up internet access, I once again had to call and get the 50! bucks they wanted me to pay removed from my account. What I’m trying to say is that this new number is hott.
I’m thinking about either making a Honey, where You Been So Long Greatest Hits Mix, but I want to gauge interest in it before I plan any further. They will be free, just pay shipping to where ever you are. Let me know either in the comments section or by email (pkpatnaik at gmail.com) if you’d be interested.
Victorica Spivey was one of the best selling artist during the height of female blues popularity. Between 1927-1930 she recorded almost once a month and worked with the very best from Lonnie Johnson and Clarence Williams to Louis Armstrong and other jazz greats. I like Spivey a lot for her unique and sultry voice, that convoys sexiness and heartbreak often in the same breath. I have some what of obsession with TB blues songs, and this track “Dirty TB Blues” features an amazing blues arrangement and Spivey’s hushed sadness and anger.
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