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David Lindley — Talk to the Lawyer
Album: Win This Record
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Released: 1982
Length: 4:51
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My son's a lawyer... by the way, three people in our office just reached up and turned this down at almost the same instant....
Every now and then a song like this comes over the wire and I say, "yikes." And it's not a good yikes.
Everyone here is a lawyer.
I'm being pursued by a scam lawyer!
Check out Lindley in concert - he'll amaze with his mastery and dispell any illusions about having a limit range of material!
No kidding there... he's been here to Okla. City at the Blue Door... never ceases to amaze me... and one very nice guy. RP needs to get a hold of some of his more recent albums... astounding!
Someone looking for me?
LOL Bill, what's up with all the "laywer" songs....are you in trouble with the FCC or RIAA?!
Great transition - Zevon's "Send Lawyers, Guns, and Money" :-) Check out Lindley in concert - he'll amaze with his mastery and dispell any illusions about having a limit range of material!
mattt wrote:
It does sound like Weird Al, without the funny. :yawn: -mt-
Jackson Brown without the voice...
MrSpaz wrote:
Sounds like Weird Al + Reggae.
It does sound like Weird Al, without the funny. :yawn: -mt-
On the lame side.
This does sound like it would've been right at home on the Fast Times at Ridgemont High soundtrack.
hideglue wrote:
A very Rick Sprinfield sounding lick
"You know I wish that I had Jessie's girl" is in my head after hearing this!!!
A very Rick Sprinfield sounding lick
Love David Lindley, but his stuff all sounds the same to me. He's a very talented musician, though. 6
Sounds like Weird Al + Reggae.
This is kinda catchy, but definitely not groundbreaking