Lola is perhaps the most famous lyrical rewrite in rock history, but it’s fascinating to note exactly what drove Ray Davies to rush to a recording studio to re do the lyric on his band’s biggest hit of the 1970s. The song tells the story of a late night liaison in a nightclub between the narrator and a transgender woman. Ray Davies explained to Kinks biographer Jon Savage that it was based on a night out with his manager Robert Wace: “Robert had been dancing with this black woman, and he said, ‘I’m really onto a thing here.’ And it was okay until we left at six in the morning and then I said, ‘Have you seen the stubble?’ He said ‘Yeah,’ but he was too p to care, I think.”.
Had written most of the song with Reuben Morgan of Hillsong, but it needed a bridge and some shaping, and an excited Tomlin said they finished that and the other tunes in one memorable day.The song is somewhat of a departure from a Chris Tomlin song.The album is co produced by Ed Cash, whom Tomlin had worked with five times previously, and Dan Muckala, who brought a pop feel to Will Follow, and several other songs.Muckala described it as finding the center channel the drums and the vocalist leading the song.went in some ways for songs that were a little more beat driven, Tomlin said. 10 years of doing this you don want to just put out the status quo. I never been one to just put it on cruise control.
What’s more, green is a nice person color, a “do gooder, be gooder” kind of color. This person has a warm heart. Passion is probably in there somewhere, buried under their integrity and honor.. A few years later, Affleck released ,his adaptation of a Dennis Lehane novel that shocked critics and filmgoers alike with its astute sense of atmosphere, pacing and characterization. Affleck followed up that promising debut with a crime thriller set, like “Gone Baby Gone,” in Boston near where he grew up that found Affleck upping his game as a filmmaker with a larger scale story and explosive action. This week, he’ll come out with his third film, “Argo,” a political thriller that was an instant hit when it played the Telluride and Toronto film festivals..
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