Noble Savage: WeeOoo... Hold your horse, cowboy, and pull over! As it goes during the unwarranted body search & seizure procedure, the classic case, how about you empty your pockets first.
Joel Isaac Black: 1) The world is in motion. Nothing stays the same. I always carry an adapter – just in case I also change; 2) You never judge a man by his shoes. Rather by his belt buckle; 3) Dream Boogie, an epic portrait of one person, singer Sam Cooke, the father of soul music, striving to achieve his vision despite all obstacles during the turbulent and hopeful 1950s and 1960s in America. I dig the sound of that. In fact, you will soon have some of it, too; 4) I was searching and have found the missing link between the American southern folk blues traditions and the DDR socialist workers' repertoire of songs. And it's this particular book. Righteous blues behind that wall; 5) Keep your lights on in the dark!