Stop, or Beat It... Your choice.
Stop, or Beat It... Your choice.
You know...? Nah. Nevermind. No comment.
I'm Goldtop, and I should probably be dealt with for following Motorhead with this thing.
Ahhh. There we go. That's more like it.
Goldtop, who feels much better now.
I am a big Cher fan. Always have been. How many hairy-legged Texan dudes who have had wives do you think can say that? (Since this is a PG forum, I'll leave it at that.) She's on my list of People I Want to Meet Someday.
This is dedicated to those poor souls headed into Mobile Alabama. A cruise for me? Thanks, I'll pass.
Exciting and new;
Just step over the poo!
Life's sweetest reward;
It's an open smile,
And a staphylococcus sore!"
The King. The '68 Comeback Special. The original band. And sadly, the original sycophant Charlie Hodge.
The King of The Goldtop Lovers
A Day devoted to love. Cool, since I love some of these songs today!
Who remembers England Dan and John Ford Coley? There may be some reading this who never heard of them until now. They had some hits in the '70's Soft Rock era. Pastel-colored three piece suits, open collars, necklaces of tiny spoons on tiny chains ('what was that all about?' he wondered.) And England Dan later dropped the 'England', got more into the Montana Cowboy thing, and had some hits, one of which was with Marie after she and Donnie split; 'Meet Me in Montana'.
I Love Guitars! (Duh... I'm here, aren't I?!?) And this song has some great guitars in it IMO. Check out some of the little extra bits towards the end, from about the 2:00 mark on...
Goldtop Lloyd, whose head is said to be 'like a rock'.
Proof that odd videos can come from any time and any place. What is this, Gilligan's Island? How are they powering these instruments? (Especially that bass, which makes the song IMO.) And Skeletons dancing around a guy in a big pot of dry ice fog? Dry ice on an island? And if you're already skeletons, isn't it too late to 'cook' somebody anyway?
With all of the electricity obviously needed for this, it seems like they could fire up some saws and whatever to build a boat to get The Castaways home. Maybe not all of them, but at least MaryAnn, who I thought was Hot Stuff! MaryAnn, don't go back home to Corn Cob, Iowa or wherever it was you were from; come to Texas, Baby!
Check out the scene with the two chicks in bikinis standing by the guys with surfboards. On an island, in bikinis, somebody throws water on 'em, and they act shocked! NO Emmy for You!
I compliment you on having a great eye. Now, which one; Shirley or Laurie Partridge?
I use these choices to find out if women understand what men really want. I ask them:
Ginger or MaryAnn?
Jennifer or Bailey Quarters?
Wilma or Betty? (the same choice as Alice or Trixie?)
You can tell a lot about a woman and her views on the importance of the superficial by their answers....
Here's a mercifully short version of this song. I thought Donna Summer had a pretty voice, and I thought she was beautiful and all, but if I listened to the 88 minute (or however long it was) version of this I'd want to stick a fork in my ear. There are only about ten words in the whole thing.
Cool about this video to me is that the German (?) camera operator seems to have a foor fetish similar to my own. I dig cool boots and shoes (don't send the cops; it's just a mild interest), and I noticed Donna's gold numbers here right off. I'd be willing to bet that they were made by the same wardrobe staff that did KISS. They look a LOT like the boots Ace wore on the Dynasty Tour, only his were silver with mirrors. Makes sense, right? Same record label (Casablanca), same studios (Record Plant, Electric Lady), same staff behind the scenes in other areas (Neil Bogart). Music much too similar towards the end of The Glory Days (Dynasty and "I Was Made for Lovin' You", The Elder).
Love to Love a Goldtop
Might as well stay with what's working here. Man, did I have the hots for this woman! I MEAN T-H-E H-O-T-S!!! Man, when I tell you she was cool, she was red hot. I mean she was steamin'!
Then I found out she was married to the dude in the sailor hat. Finito. Adios, old friend from South of the Border (if you know what I mean). I was just getting my senses back, and they got a tv series on ABC (?). And back in lust I went. It was almost more than I could take. To top it all off, about this time I got my first little tv for my own bedroom. The story from there is better left to the imagination...
I'm all better now. Maybe. (I still have the album with Toni, Cappy, and their bulldogs on the cover, but I'm not going to go dig it out of the files. Really I'm not.)
Goldtop Loves Toni
Time for a little American Rock & Roll. From Rockford Illinois, Cheap Trick! It's common knowledge how into The Beatles they are, but here they sound very Stones-like to me.