If discussing my work-life wasn't against this blog's policy, I would tell you that I am exhausted and have many things to be excited about. I wish I could sing you my dirges of woe and hope, but alas, all you will know is that you don't hear from me because I am busy.
This American Routes explores new directions for traditional music. Jazz singer Cassandra Wilson talks about coming home to Mississippi from New York to embrace her blues and gospel roots. Guitarist Bill Frisell positions his style in a long line of groundbreaking jazz composers and performers from John Philip Sousa to Jimi Hendrix. Plus a great music mix including Robert Johnson, Uncle Tupelo, Billie Holiday and more.
I found this while performing a little spring cleaning of my desktop. I meant to share this with you a month ago. It's a great review of Movies With Heroes' latest pulished in the May 2006 edition of the pop-punk compendium known as Alternative Press.
Why was it that I chose to stay at home and mope on my couch and eventually do all of the dishes instead of going to Philly to see Marah? Just watching this old video clip of them was balm for my weary soul. I've got to remember my priorities. Next time there will be no regrets.