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Quote: Originally Posted by Christofuh Help us out, Christofuh. Who is this?
Before she became a crackhead , Whitney Houston had everything you wanted in a vocalist: range, phrasing, depth of material (she could sing pop ballads, R&B burners, dirty blues, and jazz standards). She her perform live and you recognized she was the real deal. As my favorites, I'll include Sarah Vaughn Joni Mitchell Arthea Franklin Kate Bush Meshell N'Degeocello Ann Wilson
Quote: Originally Posted by Starguitar Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah is better than Leonard Cohen's kind of robotic original. +1 on this.
[quote=StockwellDay]Rare Essence - Pieces of Me [Ashley Simpson] (go-go - ask someone from DC about it) QUOTE] I don't know who you are, but you are my new best friend! Me and my boy have always thought the cover was the better version.
Quote: Originally Posted by Tck13 Concrete Blond: Little Wing (ok, this one's debateable) While I respect any reference to Concrete Blond, the Stevie Ray Vaughn cover of 'Little Wing" is the best cover of the song and possibly the better version in general. However, Hendrix's take on "Along the Watchtower" is much better than the Dylan original IMHO.
If you check out Cigar Aficionado Online, it has a Cigar Toy page with all types of cigar accessories. It might inspire you and your colleagues in your search for a gift, http://www.cigaraficionado.com/Cigar...,3918,,00.html
My first car was a 1975 VW Scirocco 4-speed, silver with alloy wheels in 1984. It made it for all of 14 glorious months.
It's after 6pm, so a dark suit, tie (with some pizzaz), great shirt. It shouldn't be a business suit. If you have a black suit, this is a perfect time, but all of this has been said. However, definitely wear a suit.
Midnight blue's appropriate for an after-6 suit or formal wear, but I've never known it to be appropriate for an interview. Navy blue, charcoal gray will be fine for an interview suit.
I'm looking for vests to wear beneath sport coats or mismatched with suits. I can find all colors of wasitcoats for formal wear, but a simple wool vest seems to be harder than I expected. Liz Clairborne has a couple, but they're velvet and crappy. I don't want to be too dandified (if that's possible wearing a vest) but want something sharp for an unexpected touch. Any suggestions?
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