Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by x76, Sep 10, 2019.
After all the things we've done and seen, you find another man
I believe there’s no such thing. If you had just one song you’d burn out on it and stop liking it. You need a variety of music and songs to appreciate music.
I'm looking for Naughty Sweeties "Tower of Babble" online and finding nothing...
Asking your favorite song is like asking which is your favorite heartbeat. But for whatever reason whenever I contemplate my all time favorite songs, this always comes to mind first.
A true masterpiece.
I saw those guys a long time ago.
Not the one you was lookin for, srry.
Can I tell you my favorite Naughty Sweeties story real quick?
The time I saw them it was supposed to be my first "punk" show, my older sisters friend Tom took us.
He was cool as hell and used to take my friend Keith and I everywhere, we used to drive to the fish hatchery place near Millerton lake and feed the fish. We would get stoned out of our minds before so it was awesome. Tom could roll a joint with one hand while driving, saw it many times. He had the best weed too, like good buds in 1979.
So he knew Keith and I were into punk and he took us to the Naughty Sweeties show at the Star Palace in Fresno.
Keith and I were disappointed, what he didn't know that punk to us was Black Flag, Germs, DK's etc.
<<<< They sound a lot like that guy.
Tough to say, but this is my favorite live recording ever.
My favorite changes weekly but one that remains strong is
The intro to Sweet jane on Lou Reeds "rock and roll animal" album.