Monday, May 14, 2018

Yesterday's Papers Revisited



5/14: mid-to-upper 50s; misty, overcast: Arbouretum's Coming Out of the Fog (bike ride; a.m.); The Anomoanon's The Derby Ram (commutes)

5/15: mid-to-upper 60s; humid, sunny: The Breeders' Last Splash (bike ride; a.m.); Syd Barrett's The Madcap Laughs (commutes)

5/16: (elliptical) mid-60s; raining, overcast: John Cale's The Academy in Peril (a.m. commute); Don Cherry's Complete Communion (p.m. commute)

5/17: (elliptical) mid-to-upper 60s; raining, overcast: Miles Davis' Water Babies (a.m. commute); Dungen's Tio Bitar (p.m. commute)

5/18: (bike ride; a.m.) mid-to-upper 60s; raining, overcast: Brian Eno and David Byrne's My Life in the Bush of Ghosts (a.m. commute); Duke Ellington's Money Jungle (p.m. commute)

5/19: (bike ride; a.m.) mid-50s; raining, overcast: Donald Fagen's The Nightfly and The Flaming Lips' Christmas on Mars (leisure travels)

5/21: mid-to-upper 60s; sunny: Goat's Commune (bike ride; a.m.); Genius/Gza's Liquid Swords (a.m. commute); Guided by Voices' Vampire on Titus (p.m. commute)

5/22: (bike ride; a.m.) mid-60s; partly sunny: The Howling Hex's 1-2-3 (a.m. commute); Hypnotic Brass Ensemble's Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (p.m. commute)

5/23: mid-60s; sunny: The Instruments' Cast Half a Shadow (bike ride; a.m.); The Incredible String Band's Changing Horses (a.m. commute)

5/28: (bike ride; a.m.) upper-60s; misty, overcast: Joan of Arc's Eventually, All at Once (a.m. commute); Calvin Johnson's What Was Me (p.m. commute)

5/29: (bike ride; a.m.) upper-60s; foggy, overcast: Kris Kristofferson's Jesus Was a Capricorn (a.m. commute); Keene Brothers' Blues and Boogie Shoes (p.m. commute)

5/31: (bike ride; p.m.) upper-70s; drizzle-to-rain-to-thunderstorm: The Ladybug Transistor's Clutching Stems (a.m. commute); Led Zeppelin's Presence (p.m. commute) 

6/1: (bike ride; a.m.) upper-60s; misty, overcast: Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks' Sparkle Hard (a.m. commute); Money Mark's Mark's Keyboard Repair (p.m. commute)

6/4: (elliptical): mid-50s; clear: Randy Newman's Little Criminals (a.m. commute); Harry Nilsson's Pussy Cats (p.m. commute)

6/5: (bike ride; a.m.) mid-50s; clear: Olas' Cada Nueva Ola (a.m. commute); The Ozark Mountain Daredevils' It'll Shine When It Shines (p.m. commute)

6/6: (bike ride; a.m.) mid-60s; sunny: Patato & Totico's Patato & Totico (a.m. commute); Van Dyke Parks' Song Cycle (p.m. commute)

6/7: (bike ride; a.m.): Quasi's R&B Transmogrification (a.m. commute); Quasi's Featuring "Birds" (p.m. commute)

6/8: (bike ride; a.m.) Lee Ranaldo's Electric Trim (a.m. commute); Roxy Music's Siren (p.m. commute)

6/11: (bike ride; a.m.) Steely Dan's Two Against Nature (a.m. commute); Sleater-Kinney's The Woods (p.m. commute)

6/18: Ebo Taylor's Love and Death (a.m. commute); Television's Adventure (p.m. commute)

6/19: Urge Overkill's Saturation (a.m. & p.m. commutes)





Monday, January 22, 2018

Rope River Blues Band Podcast Interview on Music Manumit Podcast




 "Storytelling or yarn-spinning is what men do among men.  It is a ritual of avoidance, a


 deflection of the psychological turbulence of men's lives with women." - Camille Paglia


http://www.musicmanumit.com/2018/03/rope-river-blues-band-180318-music.html#more