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Cass' impact on your life

PostPosted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 10:23 am
by Brownjb81
I don't know if I have ever asked this question, but to my fellow Cass Elliot fans: How much of an impact has Cass had on your life? For me, it really melts my hearts everytime I hear Cass' music on the radio or whenever I see her performances on TV or on the Internet. I know that a lot of you know this, but whenever she sang, whether with the Mamas and Papas or as a solo artist, you can tell that she was the one in the center of the action, the one who's making things happen, rather than reacting to them. My favorite song by her is "Make Your Own Kind Of Music". I feel that she could've written that song for me. Of course, Cass was known for her humor and optimism and was considered as the most charismatic member of the group and her distinctive voice was a large factor in their success. Perhaps my favorite aspect of being a Cass Elliot fan is, despite being a plus size woman, she was a sex symbol for the hippy culture and was considered the first plus size sex symbol. It's amazing that she even had the courage to appear nude and semi-covered in daisies for a Cheetah magazine spread. She was so popular that during some of the Mamas and Papas concerts, fans from the audience would pledge their love for her and throw their keys to her. She also was one of the sexiest women to wear a pair of boots. I have a huge boots fetish and I feel that all women look sexy in boots, especially plus size women. I have to admit that the reason that I relate to her so well is that I have also had my own battles with weight, so I really understand what she went through. She also got me interested in having an attraction with other plus size women and I even have sexual fantasies of them. I have to agree with Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers about something. He once said that "There have been times when I have been down and out in my life, and the sound of her voice has sort of given me a reason to want to carry on". I couldn't have said it better.

Re: Cass' impact on your life

PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 1:06 am
by alisondaewon
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Re: Cass' impact on your life

PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2018 9:21 pm
by robtmyer
Yes she gave us so much in life. She is the Grand Lady of music and we miss her deeply. Look at her video's and pictures what do you see you see the most talented and Beautiful women she was. She was a good mother . She was kind loving and sweet at heart. Funny and a joy to be around. Its a shame many made ill remarks about such a Lovely lady and it hurt her deeply. SHE LOVED HER MUSIC AND BROUGHT GREAT JOY TO OUR LIVES !!!!!!!! Thank You Cass you are A#1 in my book. Love you always Love you much!!!!