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Thread: Terry's new solo album
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 12
Views: 10,379
10-26-2021 19:47 Forum: Upcoming Releases

That's great to hear! I can't believe I have the advance download and no time to listen to it. At least it will be good when I do!
Thread: Terry's new solo album
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 12
Views: 10,379
09-22-2021 15:06 Forum: Upcoming Releases

Should be pretty soon. I got a notice yesterday about charging my card for the extra disc of demos I added to my pledge.
Thread: Roll Call Nashville DA show
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 13
Views: 22,274
09-22-2021 15:01 Forum: General Discussion

Originally posted by larryl
good change i'll be there, since it's only 10 minutes from the house....

Did you get lost on the way back?
Thread: It's All About YOU....
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 194
Views: 410,110
08-31-2021 05:17 Forum: General Discussion

Oh, don't apologize, Wayne. I like learning things like that. After all, you are a teacher!

My problem with my name in school was convincing some teachers, who refused to use nicknames, that my name is really Jimmy, not James. Roll Eyes
Thread: It's All About YOU....
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 194
Views: 410,110
08-30-2021 14:18 Forum: General Discussion

My friend and I listened to Outdoor Elvis a number of times sitting out at the Christmas tree farm. Cool

Is "relief teaching" teaching a class while the regular teacher is absent? It has a nice ring to it compared to "substitute teaching."
Thread: It's All About YOU....
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 194
Views: 410,110
08-28-2021 09:30 Forum: General Discussion

Sorry, guys. Didn't mean to kill the thread. After all, it's not all about ME.

wayneb, is a flat white espresso with steamed milk? What size is that usually?
Thread: It's All About YOU....
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 194
Views: 410,110
08-24-2021 15:39 Forum: General Discussion

Originally posted by WoaaahJelly!
Love to hear your December 1989 memory, Jimmy. I have one too, but you first!

The college I went to in the '80s was still on the quarter system. It also started Fall quarter early enough that we were finished by Thanksgiving and came back in January. I was supposed to finish up Spring '89, but due to a mix-up by my advisor, I had to go an extra quarter, Fall '89. So I got my first off-campus apartment, hoping I could find a job after the quarter ended.

I had a good friend that I frequently did things with. She didn't even seem to mind when I would hang around her dorm room/on-campus apartment. It seems strange now, thinking how popular she was with all the guys--especially the Christian guys, who all knew they had met God's intended for them. But she and I just did stuff as friends.

As the quarter came to an end, I managed to find a stop-gap job at a Christmas tree farm owned by a member of my church. My friend, who is from Maryland, told me that she needed to stay in Georgia over the break for something having to do with financial aid. I talked to my employer, and my friend was hired. She was able to stay in her apartment on campus.

When the break came, everybody we knew cleared out from college. It was basically just the two of us in town. We sat in the cold in a field of 5-8 ft. trees during the weekdays and found stuff to do together most of the rest of the time. It was like a moment out of time, intensely spent with one of my favorite people in the world.

Christmas came. I didn't find a job and had to move. Life happened and we lost touch. But in my memory there is still this moment suspended in time.
Thread: Terry's new solo album
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 12
Views: 10,379
08-23-2021 11:38 Forum: Upcoming Releases

I saw the album cover for this today. I'm liking it a lot.
Thread: It's All About YOU....
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 194
Views: 410,110
RE: It's All About YOU.... 08-23-2021 11:27 Forum: General Discussion

I don't think I've done this before. Anyway, not the same man, not the same river, so...

Name: Jimmy Brown (yes, my given name is Jimmy)
Birthday: 1966
Birthplace: Valdosta, Ga.
Current Location: Athens, Ga.
Current Occupation: Music cataloger
Dream Occupation: used to be Musician
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: what's left is mostly gray
Height: 5'9"
Right Handed or Left Handed: Right
Your Heritage: White Southern exile, like Wendell Berry or Flannery O'Connor without the talent
Your Biggest Weakness: Trying to find my missing piece
Your Fears: Letting go of finding my missing piece
The Perfect Pizza: DePalma's pineapple and green pepper with spinach-gouda sauce
Goal You Would Like To Achieve This Year: Make better use of my limited time on this side of the veil
Your Most Overused Phrase or word: I'm sorry
Morning person or Night Owl: Morning person if I go to bed on time and get enough exercise, Night owl if I get distracted looking for my missing piece
Your Best Physical Feature: the muscles under my adipose layer
Your Most Missed Memory: December 1989. I'll explain if you like
Pepsi or Coke: none
Favorite Fast Food: none
Can You Cook: does microwaving barley, beans, greens, and veggies in a cereal bowl count?
Chocolate or Vanilla: Both are good; probably chocolate if it's not too much
Cappuccino or Coffee: coffee, black. Odd since I started drinking my coffee with milk and Sweet'n'Low, but that's how my first-grade teacher made it.
Three Stooges, Abbot and Costello or the Marx Brothers: Marx Brothers
Number of hours that you normally watch TV in a single day: weekdays, less than one. Saturday, a cartoon short and a movie. Yes, we got Disney+ during the pandemic.
Favorite type of movie (Drama/comedy/action/documentary/etc): About any really. I have to be in the mood for realistic drama. Typically dislike horror.
Letterman or Leno: Letterman
Do you Smoke: No
Do you Sing: Yes
Do you Dance: No, I grew up Baptist
Most unusual talent: I have a knack for noticing when something isn't right.
You like to regularly challenge yourself by: Trying to get through a day without screwing up
Do you get Motion Sickness: no
Are you a Health Freak: I wasn't until I noticed my health deteriorating. I think it's age.
Do/did you get along with your Parents: Yes, though my mom worries about me (see Heritage)
Do you like Thunderstorms: I did until I noticed the chimney was sinking
Do you play an Instrument: Yes. Played bass for years, played F and B-flat horn in high school and college
Have you ever Stolen Anything: I stole an apple when I was about 3. That's when Mom explained to me about money
Have You Ever been Beaten up: not really, just punched a few times
What do you want to be when you Grow Up: Like Jesus (I'm not being flippant here)
What country would you most like to Visit: There's still a lot of the US I'd like to see
Number of CDs I own: roughly 600
Number of Piercings: none
Number of Tattoos: none
Number of Message Board Alliases: I had a previous account, which I abandoned. I made this one when I returned.
The Greatest Rock Band in History Is: Daniel Amos
The Album I Wore Out Growing Up Was: Doppelganger
Thread: Bibleland Appreciation Thread
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 157
Views: 167,675
08-10-2021 18:26 Forum: General Discussion

Originally posted by mindgasket
Bibleland was the first DA I ever heard. I don’t remember how I got the cassette, but I was a baby christian at the time and my Keith Green ears just couldn’t handle it. Stone Away was all I could process, so I threw it away! No kidding.

Fast forward almost 30 years and it’s my favorite DA album. Would love it on vinyl.

That's quite a story, mindgasket. Glad you eventually came around. I guess DA changed their musical style so much over the years that it depended to a significant extent when someone encountered them. I encountered Doppelganger just when I was starting to long for something more, plus we had just read T.S. Eliot's "The Hollow Men" in English class, and was immediately hooked. If it had been one of the early albums I heard that same year instead, I probably would have bounced off.
Thread: It's Ed's Birthday!
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 10
Views: 20,192
07-09-2021 23:18 Forum: General Discussion

Happy birthday, Ed! We'll feel a whole lot better when you have fun, fun, fun!
Thread: Catscratch for Breakfast
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 59
Views: 59,829
07-07-2021 05:13 Forum: General Discussion

Originally posted by Frank N. Stein
i hate mcdonalds! Mad
i wonder if i can just buy the toy w/o the happy meal? Big Grin


Thread: Armikrog
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 7
Views: 17,432
07-01-2021 13:25 Forum: General Discussion

On sale again at GOG, this time for $4.49 including Terry's soundtrack.

Thread: DA Tour 2011
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 189
Views: 359,588
06-19-2021 17:16 Forum: General Discussion

No, I've never seen the band live. With Tim gone now, I'm pretty sure I never will.
Thread: DA Tour 2011
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 189
Views: 359,588
06-18-2021 11:40 Forum: General Discussion

It's okay, WJ. I don't mind you having nice things.
Thread: Happy Birthday, Greg Flesch!
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 1
Views: 2,587
Happy Birthday, Greg Flesch! 06-06-2021 10:08 Forum: General Discussion

I hope you have a cosmically good day!
Thread: Strong Points, Weak Points podcast
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 2
Views: 3,614
06-05-2021 18:04 Forum: General Discussion

Wow, that's cool! Thanks for pointing it out, Ron.
Thread: Happy Birthday Terry Taylor
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 4
Views: 7,154
05-25-2021 14:03 Forum: General Discussion

Birthday greetings to you both!
Thread: Daniel Amos - Horrendous Disc Deluxe
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 313
Views: 428,039
04-15-2021 09:29 Forum: Upcoming Releases

Originally posted by sondance
Sorry you guys & the band had to go through all that. i cringe every time I hear these stories. Don't know how sensitive & creative folks deal with all the flakiness that pervades the music business.

I wanted a career in music, but sometimes I think it was a good thing I didn't get that. I know more than a few people who don't really seem to like music anymore because of the career drama that comes with making a living in an art.
Thread: Where can I find Shotgun Angel on CD?
Jimmy Brown

Replies: 14
Views: 29,156
04-06-2021 14:16 Forum: General Discussion

That's an album I don't have. Was it only on M8, or was there another release?
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