Rockin' Boats & Waterfalls.

Last night I saw those crazy waterfalls everyone is talking about. And guess what? They look like waterfalls! I took a fab boat ride around the East River last night with The Fleshtones and the Anabolics and the people who love them. My camera, once again, konked out. This is a snippet shot with my cel phone of some Greenpoint Pride from NYC native sons The Fleshtones, it will give you an idea of the vibe on the boat. I felt priviliged to be there, bravo to former Magnetic Field owner Lee for putting this gig together! The Fleshtones opened up appropriately with "Sea Cruise" by Frankie Ford but in this very brief video are performing that smash Brooklyn hit "Greenpoint U.S.A"!
You GO Peter Zaremba!!!

Here are those crazy waterfalls. Soundtrack by the Hollies. I found the night sort of surreal. Between the motion of the boat, the scenery and the music, it was like an acid trip (or maybe my beer was dosed!).

Apologies for the erratic film style but that boat was rockin' in more ways then one, so much that my escort K could not board the boat!!! She deserted me at the dock! But I was OK, falling on people makes starting up a conversation just SO much easier!

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bloodnsunshine said...

laughs - I love the Hollies!

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elay said...

interesting blog! and wonderful photos too. keep going.

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Anonymous said...

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Justin Tsui said...

awesome! i live right by the river and i havent even had the time to go see it in person!

chuck said...

Back in California after visiting family in Brooklyn...

Your Blog really evokes Brooklyn...I hope the Brooklyn Bridge Waterfall will remain after the summer.

You mix media well!

Anonymous said...

Was your special Toll friend there?

I once went on quest for a copy of Frankie Ford's album. I had a boyfriend who was in a band (actually 25 years later and pushing 50 he is still in that same band) and Sea Cruise probably is still part of their repertoire. Oh, and just for the record he was an OLDER boyfriend...


The Fitness Diva said...

Great views!

Anonymous said...

I like your blog but the waterfalls are dumb (and I usually like public art). Take it from someone who previously enjoyed a quiet daily lunch behind the South Street Seaport Mall. Lower Manhattanites hate you tourists with a vengenance!

Cat Weaver said...

New York City's Public Arts Programs are the best. Woo Hoo Creative Time! For controversy and for the sheer joy of falling water, I'm proud and grateful.

Oh yeah: and the Fleshtones rule.