brian-mcgee - August 23, 2017
One of Neil Diamond's most depressing songs is his 1980 power ballad "Love on the Rocks," but I think it could've been a much more uplifting tune if he had written about Judit Guerra nude on the rocks. Seriously, there's nothing depressing about seeing a beautiful woman like Judit Guerra naked as a jaybird and straddling rocks. If you could bottle that feeling, you'd wipe out clinical depression in less than a year.
I'm usually not a fan of the rocky beaches, especially when compared to sandy beaches, but seeing Judit sprawled about on the rocks might change my mind. I may have been a bit too hasty in my assessment of the rocky beach, though I daresay that the rocky beach's stock drops the instant Judit puts her clothes back on and leaves.
Back to Neil Diamond, I think he should revisit "Love on the Rocks" and do a word one rewrite of it to honor this amazing photo set. He could make it the centerpiece of an album where he rewrites his old hits to honor naked women like Judit Guerra. Alright, maybe that's taking things a bit too far, but he needs to at least consider this idea. Judit will make you consider a lot of things. Enjoy!
Photo Credit: Victor Supertramp