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Re: "In the Evening" on True Blood?!?

lol, man I lost that thing years ago - where ever it is I bet it would
run if it still had a battery...

On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 1:52 PM, Chris Leone <ceeleone2001@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> So does the watch still run????
> Christopher Leone
> Mobile Signing Solutions, Corp.
> http://www.mobilesigningsolutions.com
> chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> ________________________________
> From: Lee McCauslin <lee.mccauslin@xxxxxxxxx>
> To:
> Cc: FBO List <zeppelin@xxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 1:26 PM
> Subject: Re: "In the Evening" on True Blood?!?
> lol, same exact thing for me regarding the Golden Age song.  Such a
> sweet, catchy tune.  I don't much care for Heinekin (Worlds and worlds
> of better beers out there even at the grocery store) but I like the
> song.
> My outlook has changed regarding using music in commercials too.
> Nowadays, I'm just happy to hear Zep anywhere so I find it hard to get
> mad at anyone for using Zep tunes.  Hell, 30+ years ago I bought a
> Timex Iron Man watch just because I figured if they had the balls to
> use Black Sabbath I wanted to support that...
> On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 6:07 AM, Eddie Lombardi <elombardi70@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> I here where you're coming from.  I remember that bit from Hicks and we
>> all agreed with it to a certain degree.
>> But these are definitely different times.  The lure of the pay day to
>> replace the one that's lost is too good.  I also think the stigma of letting
>> people use your songs in commercials isn't nearly as bad as it was back
>> then.
>> Agree on the Asteroids Galaxy Tour group, quite like them.  I heard them
>> through that commercial as well.  I wasn't sure if they were a real band or
>> not.  They also used a few other songs that were pretty good.  They did put
>> a lot of time and effort to find the music that best suited their commercial
>> and it really worked.  Companies are putting a lot of effort into finding
>> the right song but they still get it wrong sometimes.
>>> From: nhevensone@xxxxxxxxx
>>> Is it weird that I actually miss the 90's aesthetic of hating when
>>> popular
>>> songs are used for commercials, or famous people hawk products? I've
>>> always
>>> agreed with Bill Hicks that anyone who hawks a product in a commercial
>>> has
>>> immediately become suspect and completely worthless...
>>> Or I did, until a Heineken commercial turned me on to the groups called
>>> the
>>> Asteroids Galaxy Tour ("I wish I lived in the golden age, livin' it up on
>>> the Broadway stage"... It's called, aptly, "Golden Age", and it's
>>> actually
>>> a really good song).