Light and breezy for the most part — whisper in the ear.
Unfortunately, I haven’t got a play list to work yet, so for the time being you have to play each track separately. And at some point I’ll finish putting in the credits…
Light On Light | Light-On-Light.mp3
Voodoo Doll | Voodoo-Doll.mp3
Dr. Lonnie Smith
Oslo | Oslo.mp3
Big Bright Sky | Big-Bright-Sky.mp3
Creamy Thighs | Creamy-Thighs.mp3
Cosmopole | Cosmopole.mp3
Alviverde | Alviverde.mp3
Araras | ARARAS-ed.mp3
People Watcher | People_Watcher.mp3
Guarapiranga (Gerardo Frisina Dub) | Guarapiranga.mp3
Lonely Avenue | lonely-clipped.mp3
The Beat Goes ON | the-beat-goes-trimmed.mp3
Boogie Electric | Boogie-Electric.mp3
Clayton’s Cocktails | Clayton’s-Cocktails.mp3
Blue in Green | Blue-in-Green.mp3
Well, I’m still learning the whole man thing, having pretty much given up on being a lesbian, which I’m pretty sure was my first choice. But as for sex, that I learned about from some tacky little pamphlet (or two) in my daddy’s bottom drawer.
I wonder about this, was it just early conditioning, or did my father and I share proclivities. His tastes in porn ran to books about older women and incest — two, which I swiped and kept were “My Mother Seduced Me,” an explicit novel about growing up with a young attractive, sexually active, widowed mother, and “Women Who Seduce Boys,” a collection of explicit short stories with a variety of plot lines that all ended in the same general buffet of sweaty fevered delights.