Saturday, February 29, 2020

"This one of a kind classic rock song Magic by America is a song that I first heard around 2008 via a K-mart in Norfolk Virginia as I was shopping for some items. Eerily around this time was when I got into listening to A Horse With No Name by America after hearing it on a local radio station in Norfolk Virginia. I'm guessing that maybe America is one of the bands that is probably well loved/well liked by some of the classic rock radio stations in Norfolk Virginia. Anyhow, this cheery and one of a kind song that is Magic by America makes me think of maybe the singer musically telling a story about someone who is more spiritually powerful and/or enchanting to them the longer they know them (just a polite guess I understand and am open minded to the idea that the song Magic by America could be something different)."

Tuesday, February 18, 2020
"Warren said to me the other day: 'It’s so interesting now. I would like to stick around for another 30 years if I couldn’t participate. If I could just watch.' And I said, 'I would like to sign up for that too. It is very interesting.'"

ACT (Aesthetically Claimed Thing): Ozias Leduc, Fin De Jour, 1913
Monday, February 17, 2020

Thesis: Destroyer's first great album isn't Streethawk (2001), but actually Crime of the Century (1974).

Supporting evidence: Roger Hodgson's ascending yowl, registered & weaponized by DB.

Additional supporting evidence: 1979's live "Hide in Your Shell."
Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Suburbia's a Slipstream

All I could ever say or hope to say about my work is right here in this chronology.

My Robot Friend, We're the Pet Shop Boys (2002)

Pet Shop Boys, We're the Pet Shop Boys (2003)

Robbie Williams, We're the Pet Shop Boys (prod. Tennant/Lowe) (2006)
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Shadows and light

Group portrait w/ fancy new analog camera

Goodbye California

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