lincoln yaco, 58, Homme, États-Unis
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  • ConsumerComrade

    Hey, this is pretty cool. Somebody with "very high" compatibility who's actually my age. Outstanding charts!

    5 jan. 2012 Répondre
  • Sculpy

    Unusual to see someone of your generation moving with the times in music. Music usually functions very nostalgically and in an insular way for people. What people grow up listening to or first discover what they love is often what they roughly stick with for the rest of their lives.

    13 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Screamsdontfall

    Absolutely delightful taste.

    13 août 2011 Répondre
  • xbry89x

    sick charts man \o/

    28 juin 2011 Répondre
  • Deliverancer

    Brilliant charts, added

    5 juin 2011 Répondre
  • weedestmonkey

    have you copied my hd?nice work btw

    7 jan. 2011 Répondre
  • jerrysoandso

    right on yaco your shouts make me laugh thanks..

    15 déc. 2010 Répondre
  • Evilninja1337

    hey man...great taste in music!

    12 déc. 2010 Répondre
  • ElNuevoPure

    lol indeed. I wasn't aware that his life could be even close to difficult; you know, him belonging to a band that inspired most (if not the whole of) indie rock music of the last 25 years gave me the feeling that he'd be doing more than well by now. while it still surprises me, I do understand that sometimes, when you dedicate your life to your passion, getting by can be hard....even moreso with art.. anyway, I'm glad he decided to stick with his music; I really don't exagerate if I say MoB have marked me and expanded my musical horizons and inspired me to play my instrument in unconventional ways.....good thing he's doing better now (and you too, lol)

    9 sept. 2010 Répondre
  • linkyaco

    I'm delighted to read that you've not only heard of MoB, but fiercely enjoy them/it. Roger has a sometimes difficult life, with a low income level and a child and family to support...he barely squeaks by, but he's doing better as the years go by... He's devoted his life to his music and I think he feels lucky that he is able to make an income thru it. I used to envy him, but as the years went by and I grew up and got "real" jobs...altho I must say I always enjoyed my work--I'm lucky, like Roger, I suppose, and I always worked in computers or writing or both, so I guess I combined my income with my creative interests, like Rog, with mixed success, like Rog...Dang, if I had a point when I started out, I've lost track of it by now. So, never mind. lol

    9 sept. 2010 Répondre
  • ElNuevoPure

    excellent taste here, sir; also seconding what the last guy said. I fucking love MoB

    8 sept. 2010 Répondre
  • hollabackitsobi

    That's pretty amazing. Tell him his music is excellent for me!

    6 sept. 2010 Répondre
  • MarkGoldfain

    I asked to be friends, not only because we share musical tastes according to this site, but also because I can tell you know a heckuva lot more about music than I do. So, I'm just kinda trying to do some social climbing of a sort. Oh, also you're older than me. But apparently we're pretty dang close there, too. I'll turn 55 in October. Personally I think the thing that keeps me young and vibrant is waking up each morning and breathing. ;-) I can't claim to be an author like you, just a wannabe. (Where's that novel I started about four times?)

    6 sept. 2010 Répondre
  • Clayton09

    I read what you said on the page for Diaspora by Irepress. I agree, it's nice to find people with similar taste in music online when you can't in person. Nice charts, by the way.

    3 sept. 2010 Répondre
  • linkyaco

    someone keeps sending me msgs in spanish...I don't really understand how to return his/her msgs--and i don't speak spanish...

    11 août 2010 Répondre
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    9 août 2010 Répondre
  • linkyaco

    I can't figure out how to reply directly, but, yes hollabackitsobi, I do indeed know M.O.B. members. I grew up with Roger Miller, the guitarist. I grew up in a culturally rich city (Ann Arbor, MI) and there became friends with members of the Stooges and MC5. Roger Miller was from Ann Arbor and he was a founding member and mainstay of M.O.B. and several other bands, such as Birdsongs of the Mesozoic. He was also in Destroy All Monsters, if you've ever heard of them.

    29 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • hollabackitsobi

    Are ye really friends with Mission of Burma band members?

    22 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • viap1007

    Hi neighbor, you are exactly right by keeping the brain active through music :)

    7 juin 2010 Répondre
  • linkyaco

    I listen to nothing but while I work/play on the PC, for a minimum of 4 hours every day, usually closer to 8 hours. Auditory bliss, and intellectual stroking at the same time...and that's just the music. Then, working on the PC engages a whole other set of brain functions! Both my parents--in their 80s--spend a lot of time on the PC as well. My mother has learned to love Math-rock and Post-metal. Keeps her awake, sez she. From observation, I think the young cliche (as opposed to old cliche) is true--that intellectual stimulation, keeping the brain active, keeps one young. I'm in my mid-50s, but people usually think I'm in my 30s. It's exercising the brain that does it, I tell you! And the fact that I exercise it with rock (or rather, post-rock) and comic books (downloaded from countries all over the world) doesn't seem to matter. One can take an intellectual approach to anything.

    18 mars 2010 Répondre
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À propos de moi

I am an author--go to Amazon.con and search for books written by me under the name "Link Yaco" or "Lincoln Yaco". There should be several listings...but these things go out of date so fast, it seems. Where do the time go? You could also Google me, but that will bring up every magazine article and feature I've ever written and tho they make for fascinating reading IMHO, it will take forever to get thru to my books. But...whatever works for you, sisters and brothers. I was surprised to find how many "Yacos" there are on the Web. I'd always thought that My siblings and I represented the last generation of Yacos in the world. I mean, I knew there was a river in Peru and a tool factory in Poland both named, "Yaco", but I've never been able to find any other Yacos at all until this year. Is this boring you? It's boring me and it's my own name. I think I'll take a little nap now. I've just plumb worn myself out. Yeesh, what a way to make a living.

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