My favorite song right now, and particularly enjoyable since it was captured covertly during tryouts in Chicago back in 2001:
I’m heading to the airport in a few minutes and will be in the air all day long (although I am supposed to have WiFi, so I should be able to post). I’m heading to the Atlanta area, so I’ll be tending the blog remotely. Adios for now!
Music means a great deal to me, but I’ve never had much interest in the Rolling Stones. Thus, when I saw on Netflix there was a new documentary about Keith Richards, I wasn’t going to bother, but I noticed what strong reviews people were giving it. Even though spending 90 minutes watching a documentary about Keith Richards would never have occurred to me, I pressed play, and I was hooked.
I’ve got to scoot a little while before I write a post, so here’s a beautiful song for you. Please listen to it, particularly the lyrics. There is some very simple, truthful advice in it (and, on a side note, I honestly hope Janet is OK; she’s a fellow human, after all).
If you’ve never listened to the Traveling Wilburys, check them out. I mean, good Lord, the talent is Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, and Tom Petty. Here’s a sample.