Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Rude Awakening but Feeling Good!


· Run Time --- 10 minutes 10 seconds (+0:36)

· Total Time On Trail: 67 minutes
· Temperature: 29ºF (-2ºC)

· Trail Time in October -- 13 hours 29 minutes

____(starting Oct. 1)
· Weight Loss Goal -- 24 pounds (11 kg)
__________· So Far -- 4 lb.

A much easier run this afternoon compared to my last one. First four minutes was a piece of cake. Then I started wanting the first song to hurry up and get over already and onto the next one. Got through that and the next few minutes were okay. But again, with a minute, minute and a half left in the second song, all I wanted was for it to get finished, wind it up, will you? Sheesh! Finally my sounding cue and I hit my time. Whewww.

I felt pretty beat but was able to keep walking instead of needing to stop with hands on knees, pleading for normalcy. Last time my lungs were in a minor state of feeling like ehty were on fire. Holy cow. This time my lungs felt fine. About 90 seconds after I stopped running, I was even able to stop walking to do a little Conga with Gloria Estefan. Yeah,
all was definitely so much better!


Trail Music...

starring: Cheech Marin, Eric Roberts, Julie Hagerty, Robert Carradine ... also with Buck Henry, Louise Lasser,  Cindy Williams from Laverne and Shirley and she was in American Grafitti, Andrea Martin, Cliff DeYoung... or is that Cliff De Young?  Directed by two people?  Huh.  By: Aaron Russon and David Greenwalt.  Now... was Uncle John's Band written by Robert Hunter?  Certainly these fellows played on it: Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Keith Godchaux... or was it Pigpen Ron McKernan?  If Keith's on it, is Donna Godchaux?  No Brent Mydland or Bruce Hornsby or Vince Welnick or Tom Constanten.  What about Mickey Hart?  Nope, John Barlow didn't help write this one.  I think it was on Workingman's Dead?  In any case, Jim Morrison is also on this CD.  So is Gloria Estefan.  and Grace Slick.  and Jack Cassady and Marty Balin.  Run Through The Jungle is a song by Credence Clearwater Revival.  Revolution is a song from The Beatles and may have been written by John Lennon and/or Paul McCartney and/or Ringo Starr but I doubt that but possibly George Harrison.  And one of these songs might be from Country Joe McDonald.  That is all.
Rude Awakening

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

1989







Revolution - Mike + The Mechanics
Success - Sigue Sigue Sputnik
Rude Awakening - Bill Medley
Darling Be Home Soon - Phoebe Snow
We The People - Franke & The Knockouts
Comin' Home - Kim Carnes
Run Through The Jungle - The Georgia Satellites
Conga - Miami Sound Machine
Roadhouse Blues - The Doors
Somebody To Love - Jefferson Airplane
Uncle John's Band - Grateful Dead
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - Bob Dylan

Kind of a weird selection of tunes here. They don't all go together but eh, it's not bad music. This is one of those 75 cent purchases that I got only because the Dead's on there. Not that I needed this CD to have that song... but I thought what the heck. This is also one of those albums that I'll listen to like once every two or three years and that's all that's needed. Worth the 75 cents? Eh.



Also on the trail...
and this concludes Bob Dylan's 1962 debut self-titled album...
In My Time Of Dyin'
Man Of Constant Sorrow
Highway 51
Baby, Let Me Follow You Down
Song To Woody

1 comment:

bernard from france said...

have a nice day man and stay cool.....
be back on day
THX

one says one number and the other another
but they were set at the same time. Hmmm...

 
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