13 Responses to “shes got legs”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    As I usually want to be several places at once I oftentimes wish I had two sets of legs, one of them dangling way over my head walking along the sky and the other maintaining gravity on the ground. That way I could see and do everything. I imagine the body in between is quite multifunctional and adaptable as well.

  2. windupkitty

    windupkitty

    WOW! you continue to leave me speechless…..don’t ever stop making your creations…..this planet needs your creativity!!!!!!!!

  3. monica johnson

    monica johnson

    Yes, and thrilled to be part of their collection If you like the Hyena album watch American Idol this week, they are doing their play book.

  4. monica johnson

    monica johnson

    AMERICAN IDOL FEATURES ONE ARTISTS HITS MOST WEEKS, SHANIA TWAYNE FOR EXAMPLE. VERY MAIN STREAM…THIS GROUP JUST DIDNT SOUND LIKE SOMETHING THEY WOULD FEATURE..ATTEMPT AT JOKE, LIKE SAYING A FAVORITE OF RUSH LIMBAU, OR RYAN SEACREST

  5. monica johnson

    monica johnson

    Allee, about American Idol..Beyond all the things repulsive about it, I think it revived the music business, Am I wrong?

    • Allee Willis

      Allee Willis

      American Idol perhaps turned more attention to real songs as opposed to songs built on samples of real songs and not real songs in and off themselves. So it glorifies traditional songwriting which is good. My problem with American Idol is the quality of the singing. Without question, a couple great singers have come out of there – Kelly Clarkson, Fantasia, Jennifer Hudson, I don’t know country but probably the two country gals, Daughtry and I know I’m probably forgetting a couple people. But for the most part it’s an awful lot of riffing and really boring delivery to me.

      American Idol didn’t revive the music business; it just gave it another outlet. As someone who went around to record companies as early as 1992 attempting to warn them to take the Internet seriously because the record business as they knew it was going to die as a result of it I think the music industry killed itself by choking on its own arrogance and shortsightedness. Lawyers and businesspeople are never going to an art form make.

  6. monica johnson

    monica johnson

    Allee to you who are actually in the music business think the fact that people from all points of life are turning on to music whether its good or bad Does it matter if its good or bad. music still touches someone whether i like it or not. For me, music is the highest of art forms because it can stop wars. Your lucky to make it and im lucky to hear it,

    • Allee Willis

      Allee Willis

      One the great things about the death of the music industry vis-a-vis record companies is that all types of music are readily available to people. So whether something is popular to the masses no longer dictates that that’s going to be the only music that’s easy to find. I agree that music is a universal language and, to me, the highest of art forms because it permeates all the other art forms. And I firmly believe that it doesn’t matter whether I think something is good or bad, if it works for someone then I have nothing to say about it which is as it should be.