He gives tax breaks to rich people instead.
This is bad. Trump has made many poor choices for the cabinet.
“No Matter What Shape (You’re Stomach’s In)” was a 1965 instrumental single by the T-Bones that was based on the music for an Alka-Seltzer commercial.
It was recorded by The Wrecking Crew; a different group of musicians went on the road when the record became a hit. The commercial was created by Stewart Greene who passed away earlier this month.
Every Trump supporter is:
- a racist or
- willing to tolerate racism
Trump has no regard for the law. He bypasses Congress to re-allocate money for his wall. He uses acting officials so they are not subject to congressional approval. He refuses to obey congressional subpoenas and tells even former subordinates to ignore them.
Now, he is thinking of an executive order to get the citizenship question on the 2020 census. The Supreme Court declared the administration’s reason was not valid. The administration lied and said it was for administering the Voting Rights Act. Even though there is not sufficient justification to add the question which obviously helps Republicans, Trump and his cult won’t give up. They are now using different lawyers.
Uncle Meat by the Mothers of Invention was released in 1969. Compared to their earlier albums, it was much more focused on music with little focus on social issues. This post includes information on the artist who did the cover and how you can get a giclée print based on it. I have also included links to several songs. “The Air” shows the influence of doo-wop which was prominent in early Mothers records. “King Kong” is more representative of the album. I saw one of their concerts in 1969 and it was largely instrumental.
Meat Light is an expanded version.
Cal Schenkel has a web site where you can purchase a giclée print based on his Uncle Meat cover. The picture is of my copy of the print.