Monthly Archives: November 2010

Right up there with Gonzo at times

Man. Eric Clapton. I had no idea that this man, as skilled at guitar and vocals as he is, has lived such a wild life. I’m 30 pages from the end of his autobiography, which I’ve blazed through in 3 … Continue reading

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The Constellations “Love Is A Murder”

“You’ve got to commit to survive…” More like, I’ve got to commit to run today. Thanksgiving is here tomorrow and already I’ve indulged this week. Not in the Tofurkey with buttery, garlicy potatoes kind of thing, but in the glass(es) … Continue reading

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Balkan Beat Box

A phone call with their lovely label (Nat Geo) this morning reminded me that I love Balkan Beat Box. I haven’t seen this trio live yet, but I anticipate it to be a sweaty dance fest when I do. The … Continue reading

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ANTI’s Sean Rowe

Until yesterday, I hadn’t a clue who this man was. Thanks to my dear friend & music journalist, Sarah, who now lives on an island surrounded by farm animals, fog, old boats and total serenity, I now know his music. … Continue reading

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Loveliness

Outside the tops of the trees are swaying side to side with a calming fury. The hail is falling to the dirty, wet leaves with a force of intention. I like that the storm outside my safe, warm nest can … Continue reading

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Phenomenal Handclap Band

Me-yow! Soul music: Horns, smooth vocals, “bop ba ba” thrown in…this kind of music makes me want to chase the waves on a long beach run. You can’t have too much of the Handclap Band and I don’t have enough of … Continue reading

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And, then it hit me.

I’ve generally burst at my heart’s seams daily for the past 10 years or so. Often, I’d see a sunset and immediately feel gratitude that’d shake my insides. I realize I’ve lived a blessed life; my family is extraordinarily intricate … Continue reading

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