Profile: Polish fusion jazz band, formed in 1985 by Krzysztof Zawadzki.
Somebody said they saw you walkin' up out the salon Switching up your hair, got your freaky dress on Said that you were fresh, like you were 'bout to perform And I’ma fucking mess I had you on my own Wake up - you was gone, I can’t even blame you Now you in the arms of a stranger. And I hope you’re happy Hope you got what you wanted And since I no longer want it I guess, I walk away (Guess I got you to walk away, yeah) I really hope he makes you happy I hope he gives you everything that you wanting All the things that you wanting But the presence I’m. holding I guess I walk away (Guess I got you to walk away).
The Wreckage album If I Walk Away. Listen to the songs from album If I Walk Away.
Unlike this Porsche 911 GT2 RS owner who recently proved that Lady Luck exists on the Nürburgring racetrack, the person behind the wheel of the yellow 911 GT2 that you’re about to watch in the following video, wasn’t so fortunate, but on the other hand, he was able to walk away with minor injuries, which has to count for. something. Captured on the dashboard camera of a Citroen DS3 Racing, the Porsche driver comes into the picture when he flies by the French hatch, which at that point, was going around 160km/h (about 100mph)
All this is evident on How to Walk Away, a candidly confessional work that perhaps not so coincidentally arrives just before the publication of Hatfield's autobiography, When I Grow Up. How to Walk Away abounds with self-examination but it's not a journey through her back pages - it's a break-up album. Hatfield doesn't focus on the aftermath of a doomed relationship but rather the process of a messy split, turning in a loose song cycle about love, lust, and loss, filled with false finishes, halted new beginnings, retreads and reversals.
Some people walk the walk, whilst others talk the talk. Brian Henderson definitely falls into the aforementioned category – when it comes to cars, there’s not a great deal of talking and more a whole load of doing. Paddy’s photographs of the killer 964 in front of the Austrian mountains more than give the game away. Furthermore the car featured in Paddy’s epic road trip adventure story covering our journey to Wörthersee which was posted a handful of weeks ago. So of course, yes, Brian’s 964 made it to the Wörthersee. From every angle the Porsche 964 looks great.
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- Executive Producer – Jonathan Destler
- Producer – G. Gillespie, S. Dawson
- Vocals – Dave Svitzer