w/ Carl Perkins.
“More Than This”
Roy Budd. Get Carter (1970)
Black Sabbath. Oh Lord, yeah.
Paul Williams. Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974). Directed by Michael Cimino.
This song blew me away at the time. Still a classic.
Pluto TV’s indie music channel is pretty badass, folks.
The sea is pretty inspiring and when I was afloat upon it last May, the idea for some music came readily. The original conception was decidedly more reggae-sounding, and I tried to follow through with that, but it ended up not working out. The music posted here is what came to pass.
Poor, poor me. Pardon me while I pore over this missive.
I know, I know, it’s been awhile. Sorry, I’ve had a bad case of the 2018s, you can probably relate.
To get the stench of Nicolas Winding Refn out of my mouth. And other mixed metaphors.
Sometime in the late ‘90s (I think) I remember reading (I think — maybe Letterman?) an interview with Isaac where he related a story of getting pulled over late at night while driving west on a freeway I’m highly familiar with, Interstate 580. It was embarrassing because although he was driving a car, he was wearing a…
What’s the record for waiting for a Kinja post to show up?
That cat Shaft is a bad mother.
The Dead South’s In Hell I’ll Be In Good Company appeared in my YouTube play list a few months ago and I am completely hooked. They’re an acoustic ensemble based in Regina, Saskatchewan, playing bluegrass and folk with a punk twist and their music just make me so very happy. Would love to see them live.