Autumn is in full swing and the leaves are falling and that means it’s Simon & Garfunkel season (ok, to be honest, it’s always S&G season for me, but *especially* the fall). I could literally listen to this music every day…it just makes me feel so warm and cozy and inclined to make tea even thoughContinue reading “Time for folk music”
Considering I didn’t even know this concert existed before reading Neil Young’s book (crazy, since it’s been going on for 26 years), I didn’t have super high expectations going into it. Which is why I had a great time. A whole afternoon/evening of music, picnicking, and joining together for a cause – what’s not toContinue reading “A not-quite-review: The Bridge School Benefit Concert”
My rock & roll autobiography collection is slowly growing… The latest book I’ve been reading is Neil Young’s Waging Heavy Peace, which has been thoroughly entertaining. I love the lack of linear story; instead Neil just tells whatever stories come to mind to him as he writes. It’s pretty great. Nothing too deep or cerebralContinue reading “The Many Faces of Neil Young”
Current favorites: I Cried Like A Silly Boy / DeVotchKa. Heard this song in I Love You, Phillip Morris (good movie, as long as you don’t mind Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor getting it on) and immediately had to download it. DeVotchKa also did music for Little Miss Sunshine, which is an all-time fave. NeverContinue reading “Music for the week”
I’m sorry, but can we just take a second to recognize how awesome of a band the Traveling Wilburys were? The band is comprised of the following people: [Note my nifty YouTube-playlist-embedding skills] [Also, why are there like 0 videos of Bob Dylan on YouTube? His people must have some crazy copyrights set up.] That’sContinue reading “The end of the line”
It’s been a while, but I love pictures out of context (most of which seem to involve Paul McCartney), so here you go: . PS: Awesome Tumblr Alert . All I actually know about this is that it’s Yo Yo Ma and a wombat .