Keep it like Clarence Clemons

I just read an LA Times editorial by Randy Lewis expressing his appreciation for the late Clarence Clemons. Similar to Randy, I’ve also been a Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band fan for more than 35 years now. And I agree with Randy that, “Clemons was there to express that which transcended mere language.” Because with the Boss and the Big Man, it was about reaching into your mind, body and soul to echo feelings and images, not just sounds. I still remember a bootleg version of Prove it All Night from 1979 with the Boss’s heart-felt guitar riff and the Big Man’s incredible sax.  “The wondrous thing about Clemons was that everything he played, in solos or accompanying his bandmates, was astonishingly simple from a technical viewpoint.” Thanks for pointing that out Randy, especially to us non-sax people, because technical simplicity should also apply to your daily fitness program. So keep it i need help writing a research paper free admissions essay recycling thesis topics hypothyroid synthroid green brighter vision homework helper buy soviclor tabletas 400 mg go to site gcse biology coursework catalase cheap expository essay editing website for phd ciprofloxacin cipro for anthrax essay in marathi on elephant get link source url does synthroid cause hig blood glucose levels go to site best expository essay ghostwriting sites us source link academic writing centre go good topics for an analytical essay here cialis 4 stck preis how do you get a viagra prescription cheap speech writers websites for school algebra help online researching and writing dissertation in hospitality and tourism go to site cuanto tiempo se demora el viagra en hacer efecto simple and technically correct with today’s 5 Minute Fat Burning Workout #98 – Elevator Squats.  And thank you Clarence Clemons!  RIP – R

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