- Performer:Tommy Keene
- Title:Sleeping on a Roller Coaster
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,College Rock,Jangle Pop
- Date of release:1992
- Recording location:Hit & Run Studios, Rockville, MD
- Size FLAC version1312 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1451 megabytes
- Size WMA version1825 megabytes
- Formats:MPC XM DMF MIDI VQF AUD
With muscular grooves provided by Brad Quinn on bass, vocals and piano, and drummer John Richardson, along with a guest guitar appearance from Justin Hibbard on two tracks, Keene - who also doubles on keyboards - delivers an irresistibly melodic guitar assault and inspired singing throughout the set.
Sleeping on a Roller Coaster. Sleeping on a Roller Coaster.
In 2011, Keene released his ninth original studio album, Behind The Parade, with Second Motion Records. This was the fourth release working with Second Motion's founder Stephen Judge. Judge had released Keene's 2010 two disc retrospective Tommy Keene: You Hear Me and his previous release, Crashing The Ether. Keene's 2006 release Eleven Thirty Records was released while Judge was A&R Director and General Manager at Redeye Distribution. Sleeping on a Roller Coaster (1992, Matador). Salam, Maya (November 24, 2017).
Tommy Keene (June 30, 1958 – November 22, 2017) was an American singer-songwriter, best known for releasing critically acclaimed new wave/power pop songs in the 1980s. He has a longtime cult following among fans of the musical genre of power pop. Keene graduated from Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland (class of 1976), which was also the alma mater of fellow musician Nils Lofgren, who went on to play and record with Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.
I go on a (roller coaster) ride. I go see sea animals. I went to see sea animals. Is the article "the" specifically referring to THE sea animals in the park? And with the preposition "on", does the sentence specify that "we" are not the ones who control or operate the ride? This is my conclusion afterwards. I don't ride roller coasters much, but in my view one can say either ride a roller coaster, or ride on a roller coaster. The ngrams seem to agree with me. We say both.
Vestibular Migraine: With the Roller coaster ride, you most likely "off set" your vestibular reflexes. Often this can cause nausea and even vomiting form a type of vertigo like response. Migraines are also common. An antihistamine may help and some Over the counter medications for the head ache. Time should also improve this. Se Dr. if not better in next day or s. .Missing a dose of my Effexor (venlafaxine) er, even by a few hours, makes my face feel like it's dropping on a roller coaster, and me dizzy. Help! Dr. Irving Harper Dr. Harper. 2 doctors agreed: Rare known reaction: Discontinuation of Effexor (venlafaxine) can result in severe withdrawal symptoms.
When you hit the peak of a roller coaster and start dropping so quickly, things inside start to shift around. The liver and spleen are relatively secured by suspensory ligaments, Sagura said. But the intestines themselves are relatively mobile. While your body is secured by your seat belt, the organs are free to move about by some extent. That contributes to the free-fall floating sensation that either calls us back for more, or has us running to get sick from nausea. The movement isn’t only the movement of the organs, it is also the movement of what’s inside the organs.
Keene was 59. Through a career that spanned nearly 40 years, Keene developed a dedicated cult following and released 11 full-length albums and a number of EPs and other compilations, working with influential producers like T-Bone Burnett and Don Dixon. He also collaborated with other similar artists in the indie community, including Matthew Sweet, the Goo Goo Dolls, . s Peter Buck, The Replacements’ Paul Westerberg, and Robert Pollard-with the two of them releasing an EP together as The Keene Brothers
CreditsSteve Carr - Engineer, Producer
John Hampton - Mixing
Justin Hibbard - Guitar
Tommy Keene - Guitar, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Brad Quinn - Bass, Piano, Vocals
John Richardson - Drums
Larry Zempel - Art Direction, Design
|1||Love Is a Dangerous Thing||Tommy Keene|
|2||Driving into the Sun||Tommy Keene|
|3||Down, Down, Down||Tommy Keene|
|5||Waiting to Fly||Tommy Keene|