Category Archives: those we admire
RIP, dude, and thanks for all the music.
Oh, John, you will so so be missed. You are timeless, so original, so unforgettable, so melancholy sweet.
Sachal Studios’ version of the classic jazz tune “Take Five.” So cool!
Love this piece in Wired about Steve Lacy, a pro who makes music on an iPhone, using an iRig and Garage Band. Super cool.
I love the linguistic descriptivism of this Morphine lyric; the riff is killer; and this video? “The middle won’t work, ring the one under.” Uh um. “She doesn’t get up as early as a baker.”
These guys rock the Tiny Desk studio space!
A cool band, Japancakes. This is their tune “Behind the Mountains,” from one of their many great albums, don’t ask me, I’m not the expert, but this song! It’s about Coeur d’Alene! Kinda. And, as is usual and great about … Continue reading
“Mile High Country” performed by Michael Gulezian in Tucson in 2007. No shit, mile high! Damn, son, that’s some mighty handsome playing.
I like what Bertrand Russell said to a fascist, a person he’d been corresponding with for quite a while. I have given some thought to our recent correspondence. It is always difficult to decide on how to respond to people … Continue reading
Here’s Harry dang Manx covering Van Morrison, “Crazy Love.” “Dang” because I really want him to come to Spokane.