Questions About Joe Peaches

Out of pure curiosity, has anyone heard of these jazz musicians?

Dennis Irwin Jeff "Tain" Watts Marcus Strickland Joe Lavano (The sorely missed) Art Blakey All family friends of mine, (Well, Dennis is my half-brothers dad) I'm curious to see how popular they are. Ha. When Art met my mother for the first time he said "Hey peaches where you been all my life?" There are some great Blakeyisms that I enjoy haha, like "You can't be too hip, cause two hips make an ass!" Oh haha, and I designed the album cover for Jeff's most recent album, Folk's Songs Dennis is a lesser known bassist. He played with Art and bascially everyone on that list ahah.

What are some songs you have heard that you think copy other songs?

I think there are a lot of new songs coming out at the moment that sound very similar to older songs and some of them sound like they may have copied them by mistake but others like Need You Now’s chorus sound so similar Eye In the Sky’s chorus it is like they do it deliberately. What are some songs you think sound the same as older songs and do you think they copied them by mistake? For me it would be The Lost Trailers – American Beauty – Jason Mraz – I’m Yours Lady Antebellum – Need You Now – Alan Parsons Project – Eye in the Sky Love and Theft – Runnin' Out of Air – Adam Lambert – What Do You Want From Me? Sugarland – All I Want to Do – The Rolling Stones – Tumblin’ Dice Toby Keith – Bullets In The Gun – Robert Earl Keen – The Road Goes On Forever Pearl Jam – Given to Fly – Led Zeppelin – Going to California Wham – Last Christmas – Peaches and Herb – Reunited Dierks Bentley – Home – Jason Isbell – In A Razor Town Britney Spears – Hold It Against Me – The Bellamy Brothers – If I

Reccomend Some Good Black Teas

Help me find some interesting teas that are a bit less hard on my stomach. Recently, I've been drinking more and more black tea; I now have access to a hot water tap during the day and brewing tea is so much more convenient than coffee. Plus, it's delicious. I usually drink between 2 and 5 cups of tea a day -- when I say "cups", I mean a 14 oz Starbucks mug brewed with just one teabag. I've been drinking plain Lipton, which is fantastic but give me some mild heartburn by the end of the day. Plus, I'm looking for a bit more variety. Are there any alternatives out there? I'm looking for something that ideally still has a bit of caffeine and tastes good without milk or sugar. Are there other black teas that might be a bit less acidic, or green teas that could fit the bill? [Tea bags are preferred for convenience's sake, but if there's a great loose tea, I could look into a teastick or something]. Black teas that I like: Lipton, most Irish B

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What's you opinon on this list of greatest guitar solos?

My favorite is Comfortably Numb 1. "Stairway to Heaven" Jimmy Page, Led Zepplin (Zepplin IV) 2. "Eruption" Eddie Van Halen, Van Halen (Van Halen) 3. "Free Bird" Allen Collins, Gary Rossington, Lynrd Skynrd (Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd) 4. "Comfortably Numb" David Gilmour, Pink Floyd {The Wall) 5. "All Along The Watchtower" Jimi Hendrix, The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Electric Ladyland) 6. "November Rain" Slash, Guns n' Roses (Use Your Illusion I) 7. "One" Kirk Hammet, Metallica (...And Justice For All) 8. "Hotel California" Don Felder, Joe Walsh, The Eagles (Hotel California) 9. "Crazy Train" Randy Rhodes, Ozzy Osbourne (Blizzard of Ozz) 10. "Crossroads" Eric Clapton, Cream (Wheels of Fire) 11. "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" Jimi Hendrix, The J.H. Experience (Electric Ladyland) 12. "Johnny B. Goode" Chuck Berry, Chuck Berry (His Best, Volume One) 13. "Texas Flood" Stevie Ray Vaughan, Stevie Ray Vaughan (Texas Flood) 14. "Layla" Eric Clapton, Duane Allma

What tactics do big tobacco companies use to attract kids and teens?

im writing a paper and the internet doesnt give as many as i think there would be. the ones i know of are.. -making flavored cigarettes and cigars like menthol, cherry, peach, and strawberry -they use "cool" characters and people to represent them like joe camel and the marlboro man -advertising with beatiful women to give false hopes that women like smokers and you could have a girl like that any others i should know about?