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Random information on the term “WAS”:
David Jay Weiss, known as David Was, is an American musician. With his stage-brother Don Was, he was the founder of the 1980s pop group Was (Not Was).
Was was born in Detroit, Michigan to a Jewish family. A graduate of Oak Park High School in the Detroit suburb of Oak Park, Michigan, and later the University of Michigan, Was left his native Detroit for California, and found employment as the jazz critic for the now-defunct Hearst daily the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, where he forged friendships with Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis and Mel Tormé.
With his childhood friend Don Was he went on to form Was (Not Was), composing the lyrics and music and playing various instruments, primarily flute, keyboards and harmonica. Reviewed by The New York Times in 1980 as “the funkier art-funk band,” Was (Not Was) used members of Funkadelic, alongside jazz musicians like trumpeter Marcus Belgrave; and singers Mel Tormé and Ozzy Osbourne. They released five albums and enjoyed four Top 10 singles worldwide. Their most recent album, Boo!, was issued in 2008 and ranked among that year’s top ten releases on many critics’ lists. Their 1989 release, What Up, Dog? featured two top 10 singles, the latter of which, “Walk the Dinosaur,” has been re-recorded by Queen Latifah for the animated feature, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and has been licensed for use in a half-dozen other feature films.