I have acid reflux due to adverse affects of certain medicines...it makes you feel nauseous, have an uncomfortable unsettled undigested stomach (upper abdominal area to be specific), and also a bitter taste in your mouth (but the stuff doesn't usually rise to your throat...only the taste does so) from the refluxed acid, but does it really mess up your vocal chords? It causes erosion in the lower part of your esophogus because the little flap between the said body part and the stomach doesn't close completely, causing acid to move back up into the esophogus...but what in the hell does that have to do with the chords...which are usually all the way up in the throat area? Doesn't make too much sense to me.
"The son of Bobby Bowden once again proved he's as predictable as a Julia Roberts' movie.
And upon further review, just as sappy, too."
-Naples Daily News
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Manja wrote:That's why I listen to good ol' rock bands. You know they're playing live when they sound like shit. ;-D
I beg to differ...
ACDC and Led Zep were killer live...
hate to disagree with fellow cowboys fan, but Led Zep is very well known to be a 50-50 shot live. sometimes bad, sometimes very good. drunk most of the time, but never fake. only saw ac\dc once, and they were great live.
Have never really enjoyed pop type music(a stretch calling it music. I always refer to it as "corporate noise".) Excluding Iron Butterfly(drummer was 16 while on tour for 'in a gada di vida'(sp?)) most everyone under the age of 22 and it shows on the albulm/tape/CD that someone else wrote the music, they WILL suck! Its all corporate garbage. Can't stand it! I will take bad performance live than that trash!
Generally, I find that if the average fan base of a group/singer is 17 or younger, I probably won't like it.
stupid experience just crossed my mind. I was about 20 years old dating an 18 year old girl. She dragged me to a concert for a band called(if i remember correctly) 'firehouse'? the whole concert was a bunch of regurgitated crap with all these 'kids' cheering and dancing and singing along. Near the end, the band stated they wanted to do a few songs they liked by other bands. Well, they started with a Steve Miller song(Fly like an eagle) and then Led Zep and Pink Floyd. Well, I went nuts! I started singing and stuff, with all these kids standing there staring at me. I was literally the only one in the place(12,000 people or so) that knew anything about this music. It was sad.