Dearest Sinus Cavity,


You’re giving me a wah wah!

Kudos to the first person to define “wah wah.”

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6 thoughts on “Dearest Sinus Cavity,

  1. THAT is not George Harrison! : (All Things Must Pass was one of the first albums I bought as a teenager.Wah wah is the sound made on the guitar with a pedal.I suspect, in context, it also means something else.(I listened to a lot of good ol’ rock n roll when I was a kid and it’s probably a very good thing I didn’t pay one bit of attention to the words. . .lol!)

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  2. So, is that George’s son? I was typing my comments with it running in the background and when it got to the end I heard Paul.Now I have to WATCH it.

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  3. Ding, ding, ding! It’s the sound the peddle makes and it also means headache. This is a clip from A Concert for George that Eric Clapton organized for the first anniversary of George’s passing. Yes, that’s George’s son Dhani.

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  4. What threw me is I saw that young George face and thought it was going to be him, then it wasn’t his voice. I didn’t watch it the first time through. I didn’t recognize Eric Clapton’s voice, but I thought it sounded like Jeff Linn. Then when I heard Paul at the end, I took a peek.That was fun. I’ll show it to my husband when he comes home for lunch.Sorry about the headache.

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  5. Well, I am quite happy that y’all figured it out ahead of me because I was lost…LOL!But I DO understand the wretched sinus/cold junk. We are living that pretty big round here.Hope you get to feeling better soon….

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