He’s not digging the new Deerhunter album…
M’lady will be happy…
If you were in the chair opposite me, I’d be treating you to fish and chips…
trying to figure out what to get for food for this evening.
may have to go and get sushi.
where i live, i am just a few blocks away from a strip of places that is dominated by greek fare, but also offers several asian options.
a gourmet burger joint.
and fast food.
i wish the fast food was quiznos.
kfc, wendy’s and subway.
or, i could order the pit boss from boneheads bbq and pay $$ extra for delivery.
Not sure why this is stuck in my head.
But it is.
Despite the 80s production, it demonstrates just how eccentric and eclectic Lindsey was, or is.
And how a lot of his songs were a little too close, a little too internal, if you get what I mean.
If you took all his tracks from Tusk and isolated them, you’d have an album that all the hipsters on Pitchfork would pleasure themselves to all day long.
lusheslashes said: Interesting. Ten might be too many to get through. I love when an artist explains what’s in their head when they wrote a song.
/// if it just ten of the artist’s songs, that’s about 2 hours of radio time, depending on the songs.
it wouldn’t necessarily have to be what was in their head.
they could talk about how they feel about the song.
anything at all that comes to mind related to it.
you’d want to keep it loose.
plus, if you picked a cover they did, that opens up some other areas of discussion…
this is not your mama’s or papa’s California Dreamin’…
chatting with Rusty last night about the new Daft Punk on the twitter reminded me that it’s nice to have people you can shoot the breeze with.
and that all the people i like to do that with are very, very far from here.