R.I.P. bea arthur. bye, maude. bye, dorothy. you were always sharp, especially with ol’ archie.
musical food for thought / state of the industry… watch “before the music dies” FREE on hulu…
just saw “black math horseman” drop an atomic bomb of rock at the silverlake lounge… like a melodic, metal radiohead… amazing!!! http://ping.fm/RRX9w
“in the back and the racks and the stacks are your load”… get out of my head, ridiculously good bon iver song!!!
just reminded my ears that katie herzig’s “hologram” is one of the best addictive, pure pop songs in a long time… http://ping.fm/A3akk
thinking of covers for a compilation CD of the 60’s greenwich village folk scene. i got some ideas. what’s your favorite tune of that era?
feels sorry for the teabaggers in the rain. i wish i thought they were more than sad pawns of fox news and right wing think tanks
So don’t become some background noise A backdrop for the girls and boys...– Queen
SOMETHING GOT ME THINKING - CAN I GET YOUR...
i’m reblogging this from a while back, pre-twitter days. this was a message i got from a dude named bryan on a message board from another website that put some of my music up over the christmas holidays: “Like a lot of people today, I downloaded (illegally) basically all of the music I had. That is, until recently. A couple of things changed all that for me. The first, was seeing you...
happy easter… this is what i remember the most from childhood aprils - the smell and stains of paas… http://ping.fm/1Lv9M
is (belated) R.I.P. blossom dearie. she jazzed her way through the 20th century, but i love her for this schoolhouse rock tune - http://ping.fm/ow9Y2
ok, now that i know how to put up a video, how...
A kid named Les Cornelius did this little animated short to my cover of The Replacements’ “Skyway.”