I was supposed to work through the night, finally sewing again it only seemed right. Then one break turned into two, then another, and then Miles. I’m not an afficienado, not of his work, discography or biography, but his voice is as distinct as it needs to be. And he can talk to me whenever, especially when my mind can’t figure out the right words to say.
Some people have lives; some people have music.
Happy Birthday to ya Stevie Wonder!!! My favorite musical genius was born 63 years ago today as Steveland Hardaway Judkins (his last name was later changed to Morris) in Saginaw, Michigan. In this 1974 photo, he is performing his classic “Living For The City” on “Top Of The Pops” in London. Photo: David Warner Ellis/Redferns. In the comment section, let me know what your favorite Stevie song is (Is it possible to have just one?)
Being one of my favorite JM songs, Stop This Train, ALWAYS sounds good. But it rings a bit more true around a quarter-life crisis. Hello 25, I’m not pleased to meet your aquaintance.
Ray, your mind is beautiful. [And your beard ain’t bad either.]
One play (or five) a day keeps the alcoholism (and subsequient bad life choices…) away.
All I ask from Iron & Wine is another “Boy With A Coin.” Anybody have a nickel to spare? … A penny?
The last few days made me feel about a small as I did as a college freshman for many reasons that surrounded one simple reason. Luckily 2006 sounded much better than it felt thanks in part to “The Evolution” of Mr. Robin Thicke.
@johnlegend Your brain is beautiful.