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That era, there were nothing but men, real men who played. A lot of times guys didn’t like each other from other teams, but as you get older, you’ve got to get beyond all of that and show some love and some respect for the people you played with and against. I hope Michael was able to do that in his documentary.
“What he tends to do is trim the fat from the songs.” Now the Nude Party musicians spend most of their days in the mountains with Munson going to drive in theaters, visiting pumpkin patches, and, most important, making music in the basement.They understand that most venues that take themselves seriously wouldn’t really appreciate six naked dudes onstage. “The more that people buy your records and buy tickets to come see you, the more the pressure gets put on you,” Magee says. “You actually have to put on a good show and you can’t fuck around.” Although Magee thinks using the word “mature” is boring, it’s clear the band has gone beyond its dorm days.
That sandy, powder type of dirt is, generally, what you want. It allows firm packing of the plant. The open texture yields to growing roots for a happy plant. Respect and Prayer Native Americans treat the herbs with great respect and pray to the spirit of the plant to release their powers of healing. They then give a prayer of gratitude before gathering parts of the plant. They never take more than what is needed and do not take all they need from one plant, but choose several plants to take a little from each..