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Leaderboard JennyG660:51yesknow1:02JeanieWhitaker1:09cappy1:11Geemom1:16tpeddler1:20Juba10101:21stonemoggy1:22Mycicin1:29nanab1:29 Comments Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required. morepiecesplz 9 March 2020 You're very cool, nanab... nanab 9 March 2020 If I hadn't seen the title I wouldn't have known it was the same song. rswestley 9 March 2020 Elvis Costello and Burt Bachsomething... a marriage made in heaven morepiecesplz 9 March 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpVL6cDQSVY rswestley 9 March 2020 I got putzed by a total stranger last week... do you know the name of Lee's putz lawyer? I may need some legal assistanceI didn't know "Little Red Book" was a Burt Bacharach song (and I didn't know how to spell Bacharach). Many surprises like Alice Cooper's rendition of "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Dead Baby" and Meatloaf's (I couldn't stand this guy) "This Guy's In Love With Stew" and Grateful Dead's "What the World Needs Now is Drugs (sweet drugs) morepiecesplz 9 March 2020 "Little Red Book" was a Burt Bacharach song, probably not envisioned like the Love version.He was released when the court ruled his lawyer was a putz and another man confessed. Juba1010 9 March 2020 My internet is so slow today it won’t play YouTube. I saw a vid the other day of Love doing ‘She Comes In Colors’ that I really enjoyed. Thanks for the education:-) nanab 9 March 2020 The Little Red Book was not familiar to me at all, thanks TIM. rswestley 9 March 2020 For all of you newcomers to the world of invisible musicians, perhaps this song will be the shock therapy you need to resurrect forgotten memories of the forgotten Arthur Lee. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hLP8_F2fkwA brief timeline...In late 1996, Lee was sentenced to 12 years for the negligent discharge of a firearm.On December 12, 2001, Lee was released from prisonIn April 2006 it was publicly announced that Lee was being treated for acute myeloid leukemiaIn August 2006 Lee died from complications of the leukemia in Memphis, Tennessee, at the age of 61This video was recorded when Arthur Lee appeared on "Later with Jools Holland" in 2003 or 2004. Lee had not publicly announced his illness, but he may have been undergoing treatment (chemo, etc) which would explain the bandana (hiding his bald head). It's just conjecture on my part, I also thought that he may have been sick during this performance Juba1010 8 March 2020 I’ll come back to this, thanks mpp. nanab 8 March 2020 Dibs on Spam can finger cymbals. morepiecesplz 8 March 2020 TIM - thanks. I like this picture... I feel a kinship to artists who've been knocked around. Lee was already sick here, I think, didn't have much time left. On the anniversary of you achieving complete invisibility, we will hold a memorial concert. Dibs on kazoo... rswestley 8 March 2020 BB - My wife has spent many hours trying house break me, so I rarely leave anything behind... unless I have Spamcakes with syrup for breakfastmpp - it's people like you that keep people like Arthur Lee from becoming invisible. I don't know anyone else who would have mentioned Arthur Lee's birthday. Perhaps you are a descendent of Ponce de León? (Well you are in Florida...) If you are searching for the Fountain of Youth... in a way your have found it. You have found a way to keep Arthur Lee alive in all of our minds. Maybe 10 years from now someone will rip open a bag of TIM and fertilize their petunias. I suppose there are worse ways to remember someone... like being recycled and made into toilet tissue. I'm surprised you mentioned a propensity for morose leanings. I have struggled with the same feelings since I was in grade school and I believe those same feelings have guided me to invisibiltyness. But from what you have shown of yourself here in Jigidiland I can't imagine you ever becoming invisible... but be careful... we don't want to lose youMy apologies for being wit-less tonight... I never should have had that second helping of lima beans nanab 8 March 2020 OK - Loved Arthur Lee, 'Alone Again.' Thanks mpp. Malick 8 March 2020 Just looked up Arthur Lee. Good to know a new artist. I have been watching a documentary on ZZ Top. Highly recommended it was on Netflix.Cheers Yolanda nanab 8 March 2020 That was quick -he didn't leave one! lol nanab 8 March 2020 You've introduced me to another star? I haven't heard/seen before. I'm still figuring out my reaction so I won't make a comment in haste, I will say I enjoyed the lyrics and the violin music.Thanks mpp. Sorry you are feeling glum, anything I can do to help just let me know.I'm off to take a peek at what TIM left behind. morepiecesplz 8 March 2020 John, John, John... how you rescue me from my morose leanings. I almost didn't post, but it's AL's birthday and he should be acknowledged no matter how glum I feel. I have seen such stupidity the last few days and tonight we bow to the golden calf of idiocy, DST. I think you, wisely, do not give in to such nonsense.Anyhow, I enjoy some Love videos, but the link you sent is superb (for which I will be forever thankful to you) and it can often shake my melancholia.Another sad life in music chronicles...Enjoy your catalog, but don't linger... others may not have a tolerance for Spam... thanks for commenting. rswestley 8 March 2020 Bless you my child. As soon as I saw the picture of Arthur, I knew this the work of the Master. I remember stumbling onto this work of art weeks, months, light years ago (I have no use for time) and sharing the video with you and it never gets old. But I am still not convinced you are a fan of Arthur Lee or if you are just enamored with his name. I would tell you my brother's middle name is Lee, but I am not sure if his wife would appreciate you dropping in unannounced. I've been listening to A Flock of Seagulls lately. They put out some good tunes, but of course I never listened back when the young girls were throwing their gum wrappers onto their stage. But that's me. Always about one generation behind everyone else. Well I'm going to go throw some wood into the stove and fix dinner and make sure there is a Sears catalog in the outhouse. Seems as if whenever I fix dinner, the outhouse becomes very popular. Thanks again for sharing Arthur... and I hope your leg has finally recovered. Have a great night... Why this advertisement?