Вообще-то Фиделя с Че Геварой у нас ценили исключительно за сходство с заросшей шахной интеллигентной лишенки, у которой обычно вдобавок куча знакомых в Питере и Коктебеле, плюс подруга-блядво, прижившая негритенка или араба - была бы борода, а сигара найдется.
Ну и, конечно, рублевые дисочки питурика Вертинского с Хармсом, и подарок "африканских друзей" - кассета Бобби Марлея, под которую размазывает сопли по линолеуму внучок - будущий оппозиционер...
Итак - по нарастающей:
Q : Where were you when you found out he passed away?
A : I got a call from home and I was at work. And, I was working a job then, but that's where, I left the music business and I came back into it. And I was at work and I got a call at work that Elvis had passed away. And, I came right home, yeah. I went out and bought the newspapers, watched the news all night long.
One of my best friends wrote 'Long Black Limousine' in the back seat of my car, we was at an all night jam session out here in Colton, California. He was a great songwriter called Bobby George. And, I went inside and I was playing all night, all night jam sessions playing music and Bobby said, 'I'm going to sit out here and I've got a song I'm writing and I'm going to finish this song'. He stayed out there all night. On the way home, I drove him home, he started singing me the 'Long Black Limousine'. And, everybodys recorded that song.
GLEN GLENN'S INTERVIEW.