jim rao@OrangeCakeMix

Where are you? Home

What are you? Musician, songwriter, artist, ex-produce manager, international pop loser.

What do you make?

What do you love? spring/summer, love, sex, records, mu guitars, art, rivers, trees, space, certain types of pain relieving drugs, more love and more sex.

What do you hate? the types of people who never consider other peoples feelings, politicians' lies, the current order of our governments' monetary system, the way it feels getting a cavity filled at the dentist.

What do you listen to? good music, birds, my girlfriends' whispers, umm... cars going by, the ocean, the sound of a river.

What do you watch? Melrose Place.

What do you drink? Smirnoff vodka w/ Schweppes Dry Ginger Ale.

What do you smoke? Kool or Newport. Sometimes good grass.

What do you take? certian kinds of pain relieving drugs.

What do you believe in? God, love and taoism.

  • When We were 16.

  • Where were you? High school in '76, just like 'Dazed & Confused'.

    What were you? trying to be a person.

    What did you wear? Corduroy pants, jeans and those weird shoes w/ the big square heels (are they 'in' again now?).

    What did you listen to? David Bowie, Rolling Stones, Yes, Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young, Genesis, Blue Oyster Cult etc...

    What did you watch? Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.

    What did you love? The feeling of growing up, records, smoking grass, driving, girls, pills, concerts.

    What did you hate? Black Sabbath records, shitty grass, stupid people.

    What did you drink?

    What did you smoke?

    What did you take? A variety of mind altering mood enhancers.

    What did you want to be? a writer.

    Who did you fight? myself, my father.

    Who/What did you believe in? God.

    Where did you go? Driving around, a lot of rock concerts, the pinball game arcade, mostly driving around, shopping malls, outside record stores.

    What did you learn?The educational system in the US could have been 100% better, umm... that the world is an awful place sometimes, life can be a drag, but sometimes great. Overall, not much.

    october 1996.