THERE ARE 3 KINDS OF PEOPLE: People That Make Things Happen, People That Watch Things Happen, And People Who Wonder What The Hell Just Happened
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Posted:Apr 21, 2017 5:02 pm
Last Updated:Sep 2, 2018 3:18 pm
Welcome to THOUGHTS-VENTURES-TUNES-SEX I'm not doing the mailbox thing if your a standard and want to contact me either use some points or hmu on kik Playtime24x7. That's as good as it's going to get.

This is my blog.

THOUGHTS: Can be topics in everyday life. Stories of my city and community. My Editorial.

VENTURES: My personal adventures and predicaments that I get myself into. Good Or Bad. Wild and Crazy, and Sometimes Funny.. My Society.

TUNES: Profile of Music Lyrics and Artist. Sharing my personal favorites with everyone. My Playlist.

SEX: Profiles of Evil Angel New Releases and their Classics from the Past. I’ve been a big fan of Evil Angel forever. Adult Cartoons, Sexual Fantasy Stories that come into my mind. My Hornyness.


Years ago I worked at a porn shop. I dealt with every kind of kinky sexual perv imaginable in real life face to face. Dealing with those kind of people here is Child’s Play to handling them in real world. The only people that can relate are ones that have work in some type of adult entertainment that deals with the general public. In every sexual preferences male or female young or old, you have one smart ass in the bunch.

Here you can just block and be done with it. It’s like swatting a gnat. Dealing with them in the real world is a whole different experience. When they walk in that door and you don’t know them you never know what to expect. They can end up being one of your best customers or one that finally hits a nerve, and you finally tell them to GET THE FUCK OUT! I didn’t care I was always ready if it got confrontational when someone didn’t know how to behave or pestering other customers.

If you’re worthy of respect you’ll get my undivided attention with that respect. If I don’t see you that way I’m not going to waste my time with you. If I like you I’ll tell you and why either in the reply back or by personal email.

Even though this isn’t a porn shop my blog is my Personal Porn World. I take care of my world the way I please. As long as I’m not breaking any rules set by Find adult friendz I’ll Keep On Truckin’ just like I have been. If I do break a rule they’ll deal with me. I don’t mean any disrespect, I’m just being upfront about everything.

THOUGHTS-VENTURES-TUNES-SEX was a way of life at that porn shop. It’s my way of life for my online enjoyment.

If I debate politics I do in real life with someone. If I make a political posting it will be a read only. Why? We don’t know each other well enough to get into those type of specific issues. We share more common interest in better things than a political debate online. My political postings are more intended for the open general public. Anything else I don’t mind you sharing your opinion. Positive or Negative as long as they’re constructive and friendly. If you’re Cool with that I know I am. My time here is for sharing common interests with other members. Peace and Love, Michael

For quick access to the music playlist that goes
with the TUNES section just copy and paste


to your Youtube search bar
and it will take you right to it.
"MmmmSmacks" is my trademark kiss that I use. .

Posted:Apr 21, 2017 4:44 pm
Last Updated:Aug 31, 2018 9:51 pm
I have also created a music playlist on YouTube that coincides in sequence with the music lyrics postings on THOUGHTS-VENTURES-TUNES-SEX. Just use my username here in the youtube search and you should find my profile pic that I use here. you should know how to do the rest.

"Mr. Music"

I got my iPod, shake my body
You got my going, so naughty naughty
Hey Mr. Music, keep my focused
Keep me moving, like you promised
Take me back to another time
Play that track, come on press rewind

Hey Mr. Music come on rock me
Your so explosive, you really shock me
In my soul, under my skin
When its done, play it over again

I love music (I love it, I love it)
I love music (I love it, I love it)
I love music (I love it, I love it)
I love music (I love it, I love it)

Hey Mr. Music, you get me through it
You play it for me, know how to choose it
You make me happy, make me cry
You're always there in every part of my life

Hey Mr. Music come on and take me
You got me dreamin', shake me wake me
Never stop always in my mind
All day or night, mr overtime


I, need your help, get me through another day
Fridays been draggin' on, now I'm out

Time to play

Belly up belly up to the bar boy, let the money be seen
Belly up belly up to the bar boy, like a party machine
Belly up belly up to the bar boy, let the money be seen
Belly up belly up to the bar boy, like a party machine

I love music (I love it, I love it)
Wash rinse repeat
I love music

CREDITS: Donna Summer

MILFS Love Young Cock 3
Posted:Sep 24, 2018 12:10 pm
Last Updated:Sep 24, 2018 12:12 pm
Studio: Mile High Xtreme
Released: Sep 18, 2018
Categories: Blowjobs, MILF
Performers: Sarah Vandella Barra Brass Mandy Sweet
Length: 1 hrs. 27 mins.

MILFs on the prowl! Mommy always gets what she wants and in this case she wants a hung younger man. Watch as these sexy MILFs seduce their young pray and fuck them so good theyll never want a girl their age ever again. Their mature muffs know exactly how to please, and they love being sprayed with young guys jizz.

Posted:Sep 24, 2018 12:07 pm
Last Updated:Sep 24, 2018 12:21 pm

When I was a kid a local DJ at a radio station used this song when he would come on the air. He called it Jay’s Theme then later I learned it was a cover of Overture From Tommy by The Who when my dad handed me the 45rpm of it.

The Assembled Multitude was an instrumental ensemble, consisting entirely of studio musicians, which music producer Tom Sellers organized in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1970. The "Multitude" released a self-titled album on the Atlantic Records label in 1970, which included interpreted versions of songs such as "Woodstock", "Ohio", "MacArthur Park", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", and "Overture", from The Who's Tommy. The last of these was released as a single and reached No. 16 on the US Billboard Pop Singles chart.

Sellers, who otherwise enjoyed only minor success as a music producer, died in a house fire in March 1988.

Many of the musicians in the ensemble were regulars at Sigma Sound Studios, where the album was recorded. Those musicians became, as MFSB, the backbone of Philadelphia soul, working with producers Gamble and Huff, and Thom Bell, and artists such as The O'Jays, Billy Paul, The Stylistics, and Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes.

My favorite Latin instrumental. You don’t have to worry about not understanding it No Lyrics! Cumbia Del Sol cover by Little Joe and The Latinaires. This track was on his early 70's release of the Que Bruto album.

José María De León Hernández, known professionally as Little Joe is an American tejano performer who grew up in Temple, Texas and lives in San Antonio. He is of Mexican descent.

Hernández told the Stockton Record in 2015 that he was born "in a three-wall, dirt-floor garage ... on a cold stormy night," the seventh of 13 children. His father, Salvador, was known as "La Cotorra" (the parakeet) and was a troubadour. His mother, Amelia DeLeon, was a trained pianist. "My dad and aunts all played instruments and sang," he told the Riverside Press Enterprise (Nov. 18, 2015).

We'd go to parties that would last until three in the morning.
Hernández got his start at 13 when his cousin, David Coronado, recruited him to play guitar for his Latinaires. The Latinaires eventually became known as Little Joe and the Latinaires. Today he is usually joined by his band La Familia.

In 1992, their album 16 de Septiembre earned the Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American Performance. In 2008, Little Joe once again won a Grammy for Best Tejano Album of the year for Before the Next Teardrop Falls. Other Grammy nominated albums include Timeless 1988 1993's Que Paso (1993), Little Joe y La Familia 2000 (1999), and Celebration of Life Vol.1 & Vol.2 (2003).

Hernández has said he was greatly influenced by Beto Villa, the originator of orquesta Tejana that generally features trumpets and saxophones, as opposed to conjunto, which relies on accordions. As a member of Texas’ Tejano Hall of Fame, he’s been entertaining audiences around the world for more than 50 years, on 70 albums and in countless shows.

His style has been called Tejano, Tex-Mex, Norteno, Chicano, La Onda. Hernández told the Stockton Record in 2015 that originally, "it was just multicultural music in two languages."

Hernandez, who grew up with 12 brothers and sisters as the only non-African-American family in a “totally black” neighborhood, told The Record: “All I heard every day were black artists. At home, it was country music's three ‘great Hanks': "Williams, Thompson and Snow". It was always part of the atmosphere. Part of my DNA.” He’s known as “King of the Brown Sound.”

Hernández has said he is inspired by jazz. "I love jazz," he told the Riverside Press Enterprise. "If I could have been a jazz musician, I would have preferred that." Hernández has been known to infuse his music not only with jazz, but also country, pop and classical music.

One of his most popular recorded songs, "Las Nubes," incorporates violins and other strings.

Hernandez recently founded the Little Joe Diabetes and Prevention organization and has organized walkathons in San Antonio.

Enjoy My Two Favorite Instrumentals! Both songs were released about 3 years apart from each other.

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Future Darkly Vol. 1
Posted:Sep 24, 2018 11:49 am
Last Updated:Sep 24, 2018 11:52 am
Studio: Pure Taboo
Released: Sep 17, 2018
Director: Craven Moorehead
Bree Mills
Categories: 18+ Schoolgirls, 18+ Teens, Feature, Science Fiction
Performers: Whitney Wright Carolina Sweets Jill Kassidy Nina North Alison Rey Gracie Green Tommy Pistol Michael Vegas
Length: 1 hrs. 46 mins.

The White Room + Artifamily
Vincent, (Michael Vegas) a mild-mannered bus driver for George Ivan Junior College is driving a group of 18-year-old school girl home from class, as he does every week day.

Around the corner, after dropping off all the girls for the day, he stops the bus abruptly. Later It's revealed that he will use future technology to recreate the girls in The White Room, where he acts out his taboo fantasies, but one little mistake could bring it all crashing down.

ARTIFAMILY specializes in creating android clones of deceased loved ones so that no one must suffer the loss of losing someone too soon ever again. Their team of scientists were able to upload and digitize brain cells to construct an exact clone, using machine learning and patented algorithms to generate a personality match from the digital data.

Apart from a small microchip behind the left earlobe, you would never know that ARTIFAMILY members weren't human.

Misha In Exile
Posted:Sep 24, 2018 1:36 am
Last Updated:Sep 24, 2018 1:41 am
Cross, Evil Angel Films Preview Showcase/Directing Debut
September 12, 2018 5:09 PM - Entertainment - By Peter Warren

VAN NUYS, Calif.—Two-time AVN Female Foreign Performer of the Year Misha Cross tells the autobiographical tale of coming up against U.S. immigration in directorial debut and self-showcase Misha in Exile, being released under the Evil Angel Films imprint and teased with a trailer available now on

"Misha in Exile is in some way a manifesto of my strength," Cross said. "Even though I've been very successful and busy in Europe, the hiatus in the U.S. market made a hole in my soul I couldn't fill with anything. The idea for the movie was born when I came to the conclusion I'm pretty much sick and tired of feeling helpless rather than creative. So one day I decided to change how I feel. I kinda used my anger to my advantage."

"This is Misha Cross producing and directing scenes on a very high level," Evil Angel founder John Stagliano added. "Her cinematography is beautiful. Her sex is hard hardcore. And she is emotionally invested in this project. This is her proving herself to the world market while she endures the handicap of not being able to produce and star in movies made in America."

"All I wanted to do was create a movie that would be beautiful and technically the highest quality possible," Cross asserted. "Cinematic and filled with pretty visuals. A movie that minimizes the distance between mainstream and porn. It's shot with the utmost care to each detail."

Shot in Spain, Misha in Exile co-stars Dolly Diore, Erik Everhard, Lutro, Ramon Nomar and Samantha Bentley, who also contributed her own music to the project.

"The three-minute teases before each sex scene are made to look like high-end music videos," Cross explained. "Samantha did such a great job with composing these pieces that made the whole thing more dramatic and deep."

She continued, "I had this idea in my head to shoot an intro to the movie where I submerge myself in the sea. This was one of the most extreme non-explicit things I've shot in my life, 'cause the water was freezing and we filmed on a very windy day, which made it almost impossible to film.

We nailed it, though. It has this amazing piece of music tailored by Samantha in which the voice in the background goes, 'Just when you think it's all fine, the feeling always comes back,' which speaks volumes to me on so many levels and pretty much describes how I've been feeling."

Directed By: Misha Cross
Cast: Dolly Diore, Misha Cross, Samantha Bentley, Erik Everhard, Lutro, Ramon Nomar
Runtime: 2 hours 29 minutes
Number of Discs: 1
Street Date: September 19, 2018

Immigration issues barred budding superstar/director Misha Cross from attending the AVN Awards, inspiring her to create "Misha In Exile." The ivory-skinned doll performs in all of the luxuriously lensed scenes, including a symbolic opening sequence in which she submerges herself in the sea wearing the dress she would have worn to the awards show she missed. Black leather-clad Misha strips seductively, and muscular Erik Everhard lifts her bodily in a manhandling slam-fuck. Vigorous anal reaming makes her butthole gape.

Misha deep-throats fat cock ass-to-mouth, blows cum bubbles and swallows semen. Dirty blonde Misha and black-haired Dolly Diore kiss and make out before a threesome with Ramon Nomar. It's a cluster fuck of choking, blowjobs, face sitting and spitting. Anal reaming makes Misha wail and blush in orgasm.

Erik returns with Lutro for a double penetration! Tattooed Misha masturbates to howling delirium as big boners stuff her holes. Like Misha, Samantha Bentley is fair-skinned, natural-breasted and hot-assed. Their lesbian date includes soft kissing, slobbery Frenching, wet pussy eating, rimming, sweet scissoring, 69 and choking. Throughout the movie, gorgeous footage captures a haunting beauty in exquisite action.

Misha Cross' "Misha In Exile" is a single-disc DVD with behind-the-scenes footage, cumshot recap, cast list and filmographies.

Desiring Other Women
Posted:Sep 24, 2018 1:25 am
Last Updated:Sep 24, 2018 12:16 pm
Studio: Viv Thomas - Girlfriends Films
Released: Sep 21, 2018
Director: Sandra Shine
Categories: 4K Ultra HD, All Girl / Lesbian, All Sex
Performers: Shrima Malati Rebecca Volpetti Ally Style Aislin Jenny Ferri Zazie
Length: 1 hrs. 56 mins.

There's nothing more beautiful than the desire of another woman. What a sight it is to watch two beautiful ladies share their most intimate fantasies with each other. They're about to go on an orgasmic journey full of pleasure and ecstasy.

Posted:Sep 24, 2018 1:20 am
Last Updated:Sep 24, 2018 1:21 am
Making Movies is the third studio album by the British rock band Dire Straits released on 17 October 1980 by Vertigo Records internationally and by Warner Bros. Records in the United States. The album produced the single "Romeo and Juliet", which reached #8 on the UK Singles Chart.

The album reached #1 on album charts in Italy and Norway, #19 in the United States and #4 in the United Kingdom. Making Movies was later certified platinum in the United States and double-platinum in the United Kingdom.

After the Communiqué Tour ended on 21 December 1979 in London, Mark Knopfler spent the first half of 1980 writing the songs for Dire Straits' next album.

He contacted Jimmy Iovine after hearing Iovine's production on the song "Because the Night" by Patti Smith—a song she had co-written with Bruce Springsteen. Iovine, who had also worked on Springsteen's Born to Run and Darkness on the Edge of Town albums, was instrumental in recruiting E Street Band keyboardist Roy Bittan for the Making Movies sessions.

Without Bittan, the album's "cinematic power and evocative landscapes might have been impossible to achieve."

Making Movies was recorded at the Power Station in New York from 20 June to 25 August 1980. Jimmy Iovine and Mark Knopfler produced the album.
David Knopfler left Dire Straits in August 1980 during the recording of the album. His guitar tracks were almost complete for the album, but were re-recorded by his brother. David appears on video playing "Solid Rock" and "Les Boys" live in concert, but these performances preceded the recording.

Four outtakes were recorded but not released on the album: "Making Movies", "Suicide Towers", "Twisting by the Pool", and "Sucker for Punishment". "Making Movies" and "Suicide Towers" appear on bootlegs. "Twisting by the Pool" was released on the Extended and EPlay EP on 10 January 1983. The title of the album is taken from a line in the song "Skateaway" and from the outtake "Making Movies".

Making Movies was released on 17 October 1980 on LP and cassette formats. In 1981, an identically named short film was released on VHS and Beta, as well as screened in some theatrical venues, consisting of three music videos directed by fashion/commercial photographer Lester Bookbinder, for "Romeo and Juliet," "Tunnel of Love," and "Skateaway."

The original CD version was released in 1984. The album was remastered and released on CD with the rest of the Dire Straits catalogue in 1996 internationally, and on 19 September 2000 in the United States.

I seen a girl on a one way corridor
Stealing down a wrong way street
For all the world like an urban toreador
She had wheels on on her feet
Well the cars do the usual dances
Same old cruise and the kerbside crawl
But the rollergirl she's taking chances
They just love to see her take them all

No fears alone at night she's sailing through the crowd
In her ears the phones are tight and the music's playing loud

Hallelujah here she comes queen rollerball
Enchante what can I say don't care at all
You know she used to have to wait around
She used to be the lonely one
But now that she can skate around town
She's the only one

No fears alone at night she's sailing through the crowd
In her ears the phones are tight and the music's playing loud

She gets rock n roll a rock n roll station
And a rock n roll dream
She's making movies on location
She don't know what it means
But the music make her wanna be the story
And the story was whatever was the song what it was
Rollergirl don't worry
D.J. play the movies all night long

She tortures taxi drivers just for fun
She like to read their lips
Says toro toro taxi see ya tomorrow my son
I swear she let a big truck grease her hip
She got her own world in the city
You can't intrude on her
She got her own world in the city
Cos the city's benn so rude to her

No fears alone at night she's sailing through the crowd
In her ears the phones are tight and the music's playing loud

She gets rock n roll a rock n roll station
And a rock n roll dream
She's making movies on location
She don't know what it means
But the music make her wanna be the story
And the story was whatever was the song what it was
Rollergirl don't worry
D.J. play the movies all night long

Come slippin and slidin
Life's roller ball
Slippin and a slidin
Skateaway that's all
Shala shalay hey hey skateaway
She's going sining shala shalay hey hey

Well take a look at that
I made a castle in the sand
Saying this is where it's you know
Couldn't understand now
If I realised that the chances were slim
How come I'm so surprised when the tide rolled in

I wanna live on solid rock
I'm gonna live on solid rock
I wanna give I don't wanna be blocked
I'm gonna live on solid rock

Well I'm sick of potential
I'm sick of vanity now
I'm sticking to essential reality now
I don't know what's worse
Try to make a silk purse
Living an illusion living in confusion

Well a house of cards
Was never built for shock
You could blow it down in any kind of weather
Now two solid rocks two solid blocks
You know they're gonna stick
Yeah they're gonna stick together

Because the heart that you break
That's the one that you rely on
The bed that you make
That's the one you gotta lie on
When you point your finger cos your plan fell through
You got three more fingers pointing back at you

I wanna live on solid rock
I'm gonna live on solid rock
I wanna give I don't wanna be blocked
I'm gonna live on solid rock
I'm solid rock now

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Talk Derby To Me
Posted:Sep 23, 2018 1:31 pm
Last Updated:Sep 23, 2018 1:34 pm
Studio: Sweetheart Video
Released: Sep 18, 2018
Director: Ricky Greenwood
Categories: All Girl / Lesbian, Athletes, Big Budget, Feature
Performers: Elsa Jean Stoya Gia Paige Carmen Caliente Joanna Angel Sovereign Syre Arabelle Raphael
Length: 2 hrs. 10 mins.

Sweetheart Video presents Talk Derby To Me, starring Joanna Angel & Stoya. Allison Decker (Joanna Angel) and Suzy Weston (Stoya), known as infernal duo BRUISER & CRUSHER, used to rule the track dominating the roller derby world, until their relationship ended with Suzy's injury and Allison moving to New York.

Years later, Suzy is the coach of the Los Angeles Pussy Posse and Allison has just reappeared, hoping Suzy will forgive her and let her return where everything started, in LA with the Pussy Posse. Follow the private lives, dramas, and quirky personalities of the ladies of the Los Angeles Pussy Posse as they battle jealousy, competition and the need for some serious action on and off the track. Written & directed by Ricky Greenwood.

Anal Taste Test
Posted:Sep 23, 2018 1:26 pm
Last Updated:Sep 24, 2018 1:14 am
Studio: Girlsway
Released: Sep 21, 2018
Director: Stills By Alan
Categories: All Girl / Lesbian, All Sex, Sex Toy Play
Performers: Abella Danger Karlee Grey Carter Cruise Uma Jolie Reena Sky Riley Reyes Eliza Jane Emily Addison
Length: 3 hrs. 0 mins.

When Reena Sky's husband cancels date night, the perfect wife and homemaker takes the news in stride and sets the dinner table for her teenage daughter Serena Blair and her friend from college Eliza Jane. Riley Reyes has a new fantasy she wants to try out but she's not sure if she can ask her girlfriend. Uma Jolie is outside in the backyard catching some rays. She hears noises from inside the house and goes in to investigate. Carter Cruise's boyfriend starts kissing her but she stops him to remind him of her promise to God and wait until they're married. She calls her best friend Karlee Grey to ask her what to do. Abella Danger and Emily Addison are at it again, making out in their bedroom. Spending an afternoon lying in bed, the girls explore more than just each other's bodies.

Posted:Sep 23, 2018 1:19 pm
Last Updated:Sep 23, 2018 2:48 pm
Sugarloaf was an American rock band formed in 1968. The band, which originated in Denver, Colorado, scored two Top 10 hits, with the singles "Green-Eyed Lady" and "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You"

Lead vocalist and keyboardist Jerry Corbetta, along with guitarist Bob Webber, played together in the Denver-based band Moonrakers. The Moonrakers had previously released 4 singles on Tower; three of the songs being collected in 2005 on the Colorado garage rock compilation album Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 18 and another having been released earlier on the Pebbles Volume 10 LP. The Moonrakers had evolved from the early 1960s band The Classics (previously The Surfin' Classics, until dropping their surf music focus)—various members of all three incarnations would later appear on Sugarloaf songs.

In late 1968, Corbetta and Webber formed the band Chocolate Hair, including drummer Myron Pollock, who'd played previously with Corbetta, plus Webber's friend, bassist Bob Raymond.

Corbetta and Webber were signed to Frank Slay at this time and began recording demos during 1969. Slay got Chocolate Hair signed to Liberty Records after Liberty liked the demos the band presented to them. Slay then ended up having them put the demos on the album since they sounded so good.

In September 1969 Myron Pollock decided to leave the group and the former drummer for The Moonrakers and The Surfin' Classics, Bob MacVittie, was recruited. Moonrakers singer Veeder Van Dorn was also brought in to sing on the record, making his most notable appearances on the tracks "Things Gonna Change Some" and "West of Tomorrow", though he didn't end up becoming a permanent member.

"Green-Eyed Lady", recorded at Original Sound Studios in Hollywood, California, which featured MacVittie on drums, was a last minute addition to the album, which was released in the very late spring of 1970.

Just before the album's release, however, the legal department at Liberty suggested the name Chocolate Hair might be taken as having racist overtones. The band members agreed to change their name to Sugarloaf, the name of a mountain outside of Boulder, Colorado, where Bob Webber resided in an A-frame house.

"Green-Eyed Lady" was written by Corbetta along with his friend Ray Payne's Sweet Pain collaborators J.C. Phillips and David Riordan. The single went on to peak at No. 3 on the Billboard chart in October 1970, while their eponymous debut album got to No. 24.

Just after the first album's release, the group added member singer/guitarist/composer Bob Yeazel. Yeazel had previously played in Superband with Jimmy Greenspoon, who would go on to join Three Dog Night. Yeazel would feature heavily on Sugarloaf's second album, Spaceship Earth (January 1971), which would only manage to make No. 111, while the two singles taken from it, "Tongue-In-Cheek" and "Mother Nature's Wine", would peak at No. 55 and No. 88 respectively. The former was the final single ever issued by Liberty itself before it was folded into United Artists.

During 1970 and 1971, Sugarloaf had a heavy touring schedule that included appearances with The Who, Deep Purple, Eric Burdon & War and other popular acts of the time. On March 16, 1971 they performed at an after party for the 13th Annual Grammy Awards with Aretha Franklin, Three Dog Night and others.

The band became a sextet when they welcomed bassist Bobby Pickett (not the "Monster Mash" performer) on May 16, 1971 and six days later, they appeared on American Bandstand to play "Green Eyed Lady" and "Mother Nature's Wine".

In 1972 Sugarloaf played on the single "I.O.I.O.", a cover of a Bee Gees song recorded by TV actor Butch Patrick that was produced by Frank Slay.

Bob Yeazel and Bobby Pickett left Sugarloaf sometime in mid-1972. Pickett later went on to perform with Etta James, Gregg Allman, the rock group Detective and Cafe R&B. Yeazel stayed in music for a while playing in various bands, then took an eight-year break from performing before he once again began touring, writing songs and recording demos.

And after a falling out with Corbetta, Bob Webber, Bob Raymond and Bob MacVittie departed the group as well by late 1972, leaving Corbetta with the rights to the Sugarloaf name.

Eventually Liberty decided to drop all their artists and Sugarloaf was in limbo in 1973 as Jerry Corbetta signed to Neil Bogart's Brut Records label, which Bogart had created and distributed, via his Buddah Records imprint, for the Brut Fabergé company.

The next album, I Got a Song, released in late 1973, was started as a Corbetta solo record but ended up becoming Sugarloaf's third album when Webber and Raymond rejoined Corbetta, with drummer Larry Ferris, to play on the album and once again began making live appearances. This iteration of Sugarloaf played a spot on The Midnight Special that aired on April 19, 1974.

But after Brut folded, the group's future was once again in question as Corbetta and Frank Slay bought the album back from Bogart and went to a friend's recording studio in Denver in 1974 to record a new song, "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You", with session players Paul Humphries (drums), Max Bennett (bass), Ray Payne (guitar), and a group called the Flying Saucers (Jason Hickman, Mikkel Saks, and David Queen) on harmony vocals.

This song was notable because it contained a practical joke at the expense of CBS Records, which had just turned them down for a recording contract.

The song includes the sound of a touch-tone telephone number being dialed near the beginning and ending of the song. Those numbers were an unlisted phone number at CBS Records in Manhattan ("area code 212" stated in the song) – coincidentally a public number at the White House as well (different area code).

In addition, the recording includes snippets of the guitar riff of The Beatles' "I Feel Fine", Stevie Wonder's "Superstition", and a line of dialogue from disc jockey Ken Griffin imitating Wolfman Jack (who would later perform the song live with the group on their Midnight Special appearance) stating the call sign of a radio station ("Stereo 92" in the nationwide release); numerous tracks of this line were cut to match local markets.

"Don't Call Us...", written by Corbetta along with John Carter, was released in November 1974 on Slay's Claridge Records label and after it took off and peaked at No. 9 in April 1975, the I Got a Song album was quickly re-released under the new title of Don't Call Us, We'll Call You with the hit single added in place of another track, "Easy Evil". But the album stalled out at US No. 152 on the Billboard Top 200.

Green-eyed lady, lovely lady
Strolling slowly towards the sun
Green-eyed lady, ocean lady
Soothing every raging wave that comes

Green-eyed lady, passion's lady
Dressed in love, she lives for life to be
Green-eyed lady feels life I never see
Setting suns and lonely lovers free

Green-eyed lady, wind-swept lady
Rules the night, the waves, the sand
Green-eyed lady, ocean lady
Child of nature, friend of man

Green-eyed lady, passion's lady
Dressed in love, she lives for life to be
Green-eyed lady feels life I never see
Setting suns and lonely lovers free

Long distance directory assistance area code 212
Say hey, A and R, this is Mister Rhythm And Blues

He said, "Hello" and put me on hold
To say the least the cat was cold

He said, "Don't call us child, we'll call you"
(I said, "You got my number?"
He said, "Yeah, I got it when you walked in the door")

Don't call us, we'll call you
Don't call us, we'll call you

I got your name from a friend of a friend
Who said he used to work with you

Remember the all night creature from Stereo Ninety Two
Yeah, I said, "Could you relate to our quarter track tape

You know the band performs in the nude"
He said, "Uh huh don't call us child, we'll call you"

Listen kid, you paid for the call
You ain't bad but we've heard it all before

Yeah, it sounds like John, Paul and George
Any way we cut a hit and we toured a bit

With a song he said, he couldn't use
And now he calls and begs and crawls, it's telephone Deja Vu

We got percentage points and lousy joints
And all the glitter we can use

Mama so uh huh, don't call us, now we'll call you
Listen kid, you paid for the call

You ain't bad but I've heard it all before
Don't call us, we'll call you


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Last Updated:Sep 23, 2018 12:52 pm
Mistaken Identity is the sixth studio album by Kim Carnes released in the spring of 1981. It was one of 1981's biggest albums and produced Billboard's #1 song for the entire year, "Bette Davis Eyes". It was nominated for the Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

The album spent four weeks at #1 on Billboard magazine's Top Albums chart, and was subsequently certified Platinum. The album spawned three singles, "Bette Davis Eyes", "Draw of the Cards" and the title track, which peaked at #1, #28 and #60 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, respectively.
The Mistaken Identity Tour found Carnes at the peak of success, selling out arenas and large venues.

Her hair is Harlow gold
Her lips sweet surprise
Her hands are never cold
She's got Bette Davis eyes
She'll turn the music on you
You won't have to think twice
She's pure as New York snow
She got Bette Davis eyes

And she'll tease you
She'll unease you
All the better just to please you
She's precocious, and she knows just
What it takes to make a pro blush
She got Greta Garbo's standoff sighs
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll let you take her home
It wets her appetite
She'll lay you on the throne
She got Bette Davis eyes
She'll take a tumble on you
Roll you like you were dice
Until you come out blue
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll expose you, when she snows you
Off your feet with the crumbs she throws you
She's ferocious, and she knows just
What it takes to make a pro blush
All the boys think she's a spy
She's got Bette Davis eyes

And she'll tease you
She'll unease you
All the better just to please you
She's precocious, and she knows just
What it takes to make a pro blush
All the boys think she's a spy
She's got Bette Davis eyes

She'll tease you
She'll unease you
Just to please you
She's got Bette Davis eyes
She'll expose you
When she snows you
She knows you
She's got Bette Davis eyes

Sleight of hand
Hands of Fate
Chance you take
Life's a snake

And it's all in the draw of the cards

Lightnin' strike
Breath of life
Red black or white
Watch 'em fall

And it's all in the draw of the cards
And it's all in the draw of the cards

Drop the cards
Watch the eyes
Down and dirty
Let 'em ride

Small cafe
Pass the day

The joker laughs
From the street
Weaves his web

Ace is high
Deuce is low
Take the first
The rest should go

And it's all in the draw of the cards
And it's all in the draw of the cards


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