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Re: (TV) Arthur Lee
How does one lighten up being a former junkie and being told that I'm
scum and the dregs of the earth. I'm suppose to take that lightly? Not to
all the talented people that I knew that are now dead because they were not
fortunate as me to find a way to get better. They were descent people who
to themselves, fended for themselves and never bothered anyone. Nor did they
care about other people's dirty laundry. They were either writers or
or office workers or students. Some are still alive living on the streets
trying to find a way out of their living hell. All special in their own way
where not a day goes by that I do not think of them. And then I have to read
trash from a guy who sniffs around for more dirt on people's personal lives.
twisted is that? So please don't try and patronize me or tell me how I'm
this trash that's being written too literal about how junkies are worthless,
people. You wrote it and meant it, so deal with the consequences. Some of
have done more in their short lives than you'll probably achieve in your
I do not want to use this space as a place to purge so I'll quit here.
who understand, thank you. M T C
>From: "Jeffrey Germaine" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: (TV) Arthur Lee
>Date: Wed, Feb 23, 2000, 8:55 PM
>I think you tend to take everything too literally. By the way isn't most of
>what goes on this thread gossip, hearsay, etc.? I understand records are a
>big part of your life. But please lighten up!
>----- Original Message -----
>From: MICHAEL CARLUCCI <email@example.com>
>Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2000 2:55 PM
>Subject: Re: (TV) Arthur Lee
>> I agree. Those first 3 Love LP's are brilliant and are as important
>> to Rock & Roll history as Marquee Moon, Blonde On Blonde, and whatever
>> else makes it. Arthur may have lost for now, the battle against his
>> drug addiction disease. There's no reason why he can't get his life back
>> while being locked up. Then erhaps he'll begin to make beautiful music
>> again without the pitfalls. Regardless, he made those 3 LP's and owes me
>> or anyone lese anything or any explanation for his acts. On the othe hand,
>> people who want tohear more dirt I have to wonder about? As I said before
>> different fix, same high. It's a disease you matter how you slice it. M T
>> >From: firstname.lastname@example.org
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>> >Subject: (TV) Arthur Lee
>> >Date: Wed, Feb 23, 2000, 11:00 AM
>> >JPG wrote: Sounds like another pathetic loser.
>> >The man responsible for the first three Love records was no pathetic
>> > "Forever Changes" is on an equal plain with "Marquee Moon."
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