Editors Note:


EDITOR'S NOTE: Fresh off a three year managerial stint, your friendly neighborhood lenslinger is back on the street and under heavy deadline. As the numbing effects of his self-imposed containment wear off, vexing reflections and pithy epistles are sure to follow...

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Tera's Song

In the short time that Tera Williams has been at my place of employ, she's fostered a cult of personality heretofore unseen in the Greater Piedmont Googleplex. Be it the constant mentions by a certain local columnist to the breathless fawnings of a wacky morning radio zoo, people are talking about this pretty young Floridian. That's not that unusual. Fetching TV news reporters have garnered more than their fair share of attention since the invention of the station promo. But now, Josh - radio sidekick of local blowhard Murphy in the Morning - has composed an infatuated ditty worthy of your attention. Wrapped around a laidback blues shuffle, 'Tera's Song' is an ode to the unobtainable that gets in your head and just won't go away. Listen for yourself...

Catchy, eh? I think so - otherwise I wouldn't be wasting your time. As for the subject of this stalker-esque sonnet, Tera's flattered - if not a bit befuddled by all the attention. But young Ms. Williams is more than just easy on the eyes. On the job, I've found Tera to be seasoned, capable, even shrewd. Even more telling, she's become a photog's favorite. That's high praise, because as I've pointed out before, we greasers behind the glass aren't predisposed to like much of anybody. You'd probably feel the same way, if you traveled in the same circles we do. Further proof of how well-regarded she is by the lens-toting set: The Mighty Weave is currrently slicing and dicing a video for the extended, mix-master jam version of Tera's Song. Stay Tuned...

10 comments:

Chris Morton said...

Someone has too much free time on their hands. I like Tera, and you are the cutest girl I've worked with but if I was to write a song it would be a love song for you not how I horny I am for you. The beats and riffs are a bit bluesy for me. It needs just a piano instrumental with some vocals by Noel Gallagher (Oasis Guitarist/Vox on "Don't Look Back In Anger")

Smitty said...

I can't wait to see some of Weaver's magic.

Weaver said...

Been working on it...gotta get a few specific shots...It'll be ready in the next couple of days...time permitting.

Great Post Stew.

Weav

David Boyd said...

Do you think you can get Tera to do a series on upcoming beachwear fashion during sweeps? If so, need an apprentice?

robot said...

Video! Video! I can't wait!

Weaver said...

It's 90% done. I promise. And it rocks. I promise!

product of communism said...

Oh my God. Further proof that I can spend 60 hours a week at FOX8 and still be out of the loop. I had no idea this Tera song existed. And where's Zoo Filez?

Anonymous said...

I can't stand the wait, Chris, come on man. The anticipation is literally killing me!

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