Sunday, June 4, 2006

sunday notes

got up way, way, way too early this morning.
which is what'll happen when you go to bed before eleven, I guess (courtesy of some not so great General Tso's Chicken (though likely as not it was the not so great eggroll which preceded it)).

watched Heathers in its entirety for the first time last night.
O-VER-RA-TED (clap clap clapclapclap)!!!

it's rained (torrentially) in NYC each of the past three afternoons.
and the air is still wet, the clouds still dark.

songs of the past three days:
David Ford's "I Don't Care What You Call Me" from I Sincerely Apologise For All The Trouble I've Caused (I interviewed David on Friday morning)
The Bouncing Souls' "Lean On Sheena" from their upcoming (this Tuesday) The Gold Record (I interviewed drummer Mike McDermott on Friday afternoon)
Head Like A Kite's "A Dime and a Cigarette" from Random Portraits of the Home Movie (I saw Head Like A Kite play Friday night)

(Friday was a busy day)

my review of the upcoming (also out on Tuesday) Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint album, The River In Reverse (a great Sunday morning listen), ran this week in Phoenix New Times

but what I'm listening to right this very second: I Feel Like Singing Today
(Ralph Stanley's always great (my God, that voice), but I particularly love his collaborations with Jim Lauderdale)

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