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The Ghost of Rock & Roll Past (Part Deux)

Dear friends,

Here are your cumulative answers to the Matthew E. White Tribute Challenge along with my 3 top (strongest influence) choices with corresponding links: 191 more words


Mistakes Were Made

I figured this was as good of as any, though I choked knocking dust off my WordPress.

Here goes: I wrote a piece for Quail Bell, where I’ve happily contributed pieces for the last two years (large in part due to my editor in chief, Christine Stoddard), about my three favorite songs in the year 2014, large in part due to their connections to then-big obsessions of mine: irrelevance, failure, death, and stasis. 938 more words

How Lame, and I Call Myself a Blogger?

For a very long time I was afraid to look but I just did  – I haven’t blogged since last August (2014) and that was a post to bitch about stuff that was irking me that day and I hadn’t posted way before then…. 265 more words

As The Potomac Falls

Biking The Oregon Coast (Part 1)

I had planned on starting from Eugene but there wasn’t a place to sleep. Even the Wal-Mart was not an option. No overnight parking, a sign said. 1,911 more words


...And All The Ships Of Fools At Sea

I want you to look at the picture, Enthusiasts, and listen to the song Warren wrote.

Someone in your life needs to be told that they are loved: go find that fucker now, hunt him down in his sadness and isolation, tell him it’s all gonna be okay. 12 more words

Top 40 - A Retrospective - 1990

Maybe I wasn’t paying attention much in 1990 — high school was a miserable time for me, and I spent a lot of time listening to the second Led Zeppelin album and Pink Floyd’s The Wall and Wish You Were Here. 443 more words