BTM's 1st Birthday May 4th, 1957. Born to rock in 1956 when Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel was #1 in usa charts. That's my two grandfathers & my mom in a photo snapped by my dad.
BTM's 2nd Birthday on May 4, 1958. Scored my first red TOY PIANO and continued feeding my now growing SUGAR ADDICTION. Images are from video screen grabs from a 8MM FILM shot by my parents.
Here's my TAURUS HOROSCOPE for May 4, 2010... It's one of those days when everything seems to be going along smoothly for you -- your reflexes and instincts are all serving you well! Make sure that you spend some quality time with someone you love.
* May 4, 1923 - Ed Cassidy, American musician (Spirit) * May 4, 1928 - Maynard Ferguson, Canadian musician (d. 2006) * May 4, 1929 - Audrey Hepburn, Anglo-Dutch actress (d. 1993) * May 4, 1937 - Ron Carter, American jazz bassist * May 4, 1937 - Dick Dale, American guitarist * May 4, 1950 - Darryl Hunt, English musician (The Pogues) * May 4, 1951 - Colin Bass, British bassist (Camel) * May 4, 1951 - Mick Mars, American guitarist (Motley Crue) * May 4, 1954 - Pia Zadora, American actress
* May 4, 1956 - Bill T Miller, American musician, producer, engineer, photographer, filmmaker, wacko mutant
* May 4, 1958 - Keith Haring, American graphical artist * May 4, 1959 - Randy Travis, American musician
Who else did I miss? WERE YOU BORN ON MAY 4th???? Are YOU a TAURUS? April 20 - MAY 20 - BULLS RULE.
I remember that I turned 14 that day and it was my last actual full-on sorta birthday party. I was in the 9th grade and had only invited my two best gal pals who were in the 10th grade to the party. Then the word came down that day and later that... evening I remember getting the new-ish John Mayall Empty Rooms album as a present and spinning his song "Plan Your Revolution" as flags and tokes were burning. Bittersweet day... definitely the end of my youth. Although it seemed futile, I remember only a few of us wore the black arm bands as protest & respect that week at high school, but most were and still are clueless.
Having been raised on rock lyrics since I was eight had fragments of truth and by my twelfth birthday in 1968 I was already starting to be clear on the lies and crimes of the government and the old grey haired thugs that run it. I had read Abbie Hoffman's "Revolution For the Hell of It (1968) book and had just scored Jerry Rubin's Do It (1970) book and was fully aware of the Yippies and SDS and Weathermen etc, but that Ohio massacre just hit me a bit heavier, even four decades later it still reminds me that we are still being lied to.