Back in 2000, before the internet was a household mainstay, I was flipping through Time Magazine. I ran across a little blurb about a Scottish band named Belle and Sebastian.
Painted From Memory–An Exercise in Saudade
I knew Burt Bacharach’s music–he had written for the Carpenters and his songs for Dione Warwick are legendary. His music was on the regular rotation on the easy listening radio station I would listen to to unwind. However, in full transparency, I did not know who Elvis Costello was, I had heard the name, but was not familiar with his music. I have always liked the mixing of genres and the blending of musical styles to create new music.
Duane and the Sky
He was older, he was cool, I enjoyed hanging out with him. At that point, he had already started his piloting lessons and he would show me his log books, his route maps, and talk about different types of planes. This was what he loved--this was his passion.
When You Get Lost Between the Moon and New York City
album that has stood the test of time and is remembered as an icon of its era. However, that isn’t the case.
Chacrinha is credited with saying “I came here to make you confused, not to explain!”