Jimmy Greenspoon Message Board
John posts on 2/22/2009 12:07:28 AM
Jim, I went to school with Tricia Kroos. I wonder if you have heard from her or know how to get in contact with her. Thanks.
Jimmy Greenspoon posts on 1/5/2008 8:14:39 AM
Hey Rod, I've been trying to get in touch for quite awhile now. Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll catch up on things.
Roderick Falconer posts on 12/15/2007 3:42:10 AM
Hey Jimmy --
I was thinking of you - and then it occured to me that online I could probably contact you. A good bit of my music is online -- and some you played on. We're doing movies now mostly, though some music. It'll always be my first love. My son and I wrote The Brave One starring Jodie Foster - which was out a month or two ago. She was just nominated for a Golden Globe for our film. Anyway -- hi. Drop a line sometime. We're still in Sherman Oaks.
<<was going to post the iTunes link but your site won't permit, it appears. Just look me up there. Take care.>>
Susan H posts on 12/5/2007 12:18:12 PM
You should play nice or nobody will play with you anymore. Sometimes taking the high road is much better than taking the attack mode. The world knows you are the best keyboard player in rock history nothing else matters, or does it?
Wayne Jones posts on 11/8/2006 3:59:36 PM
I'm a huge fan of the band. My all-time favorite. How do I get a copy of Greenspoon's book on the band.
linda posts on 9/2/2005 1:53:55 AM
i know the book is real because i knew and loved you.
it was wonderful seeing you, just wish it could have been for longer. so much to say, so little time.
take care greenspoon and i hope we meet up again.
next time you're in england, perhaps.
take care of yourself and be happy.
jimmy greenspoon posts on 8/19/2005 8:34:28 AM
Wallflower, how cute you picked a fake name like that to post, as NOBODY in the TDN family likes or ever liked you. You are a big joke to the fans as well.
My book served its purpose as it saved the life of a teen boy in Tucson, AZ. many years ago. The late night call from his family was all i needed.
You know nothing about the real me or my family. Everyone was only trying to put on a show around you to spare what little feelings you have or had. Those died with your fat head and total lack of compassion for anybody except yourself. You can't buy friends like cheap paintings and gaudy fake jewelry.
WallFlower posts on 7/31/2005 2:24:12 PM
This man is the most egotistical, opinionated, self absorbed human being I have met in my lifetime. I was interested in reading his book to see his take on the events I saw take place in his life. Most of what he has told in this book is a fantasy or his view of what I saw and witnessed. In knowing him I came to know him to NEVER be able to tell the truth or tell the truth as he sees it in his warped mind.
He enlists those around him to adapt his view and temperment. I have seen this through the years I spent in the reach of his personal life. Nothing has changed which I no longer find amusing.
Buy and read this book if you like fantasy.
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the posters.