Ah, yes, “Love Me Two Times” a classic song of The Doors if there ever was one. I guess I’m subconsciously getting ready for karaoke at Nico’s Saturday night in Little Italy by watching and listening to all The Doors videos on YouTube that I’ve been listening to lately. And Riders on the Storm by John Densmore that I checked out from the public library is turning out to be pretty good.
Early in the band’s career, before they were famous, a promoter told The Doors that they needed a bass player because not having a bass player left a hole in their music even though Ray played a keyboard bass with his left hand. Not having a bass player, using the keyboard bass, gave the band a sound that was different from any other band out there. That sound was exactly what The Doors wanted. The band was just starting to make it and did not take the promoter’s advice. They knew what they were doing.
There are videos on YouTube of The Doors doing “Love Me Two Times” live and believe me that keyboard bass rumbles.
“Love me two times, I’m going away…”
Hello hello hello, all my brother and sister readers and writers of flash fiction erotica! It’s an overcast day in Pittsburgh with the possibility of rain and the high in the 60s, a good day for blogging. I’m happy to announce that I accepted an erotic flash fiction story from Donya Petrock this morning. Her story will appear in the May issue of the magazine. She’s new to the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction. So next month we can look forward to erotica from Anna Bayes and Donya Petrock.
You can’t beat that with a stick!
This is the Old Soldier reporting for the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction, an online magazine for adults about The Doors and sex as art and entertainment.