Penny - I really like that sound. The swinging twangy boppin' stuff. Neat sound. I've never heard of David Wilcox.
Dave - That's fuckin' sick. I never heard of the King Blues either and I'm sorta shocked by that. I'll have to check um out.
Speaking of awesome music...
Has anyone seen Jenn Fiorentino's latest cover?
I can't get it out of my head. The chorus is infectious and the song on whole is both haunting and sweet, even if the fact that she's decked out in my school colors is almost certainly pure coincidence.
She's gearing up to tour soon and has been working on a new album. I recommended the 'concert window' service to her and she's going to be playing a LIVE SHOW on tuesday april 14th @ 8pm EST. Who knows what sort of special guests might show up?
I'm going to be there. How could I not be? 1 $ for a live show in the comfort of your home?!
That's an unbelievable deal, and I complain about the price of EVERYTHING
So that's at least two cool, flash, smart, hip, happening, with it folks for ya right there. Wanna be popular? Come on... It's invitation only!
Seriously, check her out! Tell everyone you know to check her out!
She writes her own music which is way better than her covers. And those speak for themselves. I'm really looking forward to the next album.
Hopefully she makes enough money to make the Journey back out west, she puts on a killer live show! She has spectacular stage presence! And that's coming from me, someone who used to go to two or three shows a night, some people just thrive as the center of attention I guess.
Talent needs to be supported and rewarded, damnit! Or that's my opinion anyway.
Rebecca Norman wrote:Yes yes, of course it started in Holland as a big event, a race in the rare years when the canals would freeze. But just recently I saw an article where a city in Canada had a whole lovely proposal for urban skateways through the city, all charmingly landscaped to look right in summer and winter, with special rubber crosswalks for people on shoes, and everything.
That sounds cool. did they have to pour a bunch of new concrete?
Zach Muller wrote:Mulberry. I have seen these things growing out of the dust lodged in the top of a street sign post. many people refer to them as trash trees because the birds have planted their fence line and they are too lazy to remove them, and the fruit stains everything. They are great.
I've seen some crazy fine Mulberries too. They exist.
I'm telling you, I don't speak Arabic. Given addiquit technology I am sure I could show you I don't speak arabic. Please put down the car battery. The dam holds? No need for that wind turbine just yet.
Wara' Lawrah shatta urunfil. Sch'y'ah?
I'm asking if you have tried planting chilies bay and cloves. I'm presuming you've poked around a spike market or two with some locals.
Here's a thread with links to two of his books. I'm afraid most of it is about climax forests and clean waterways. It's all opposite. I think he experienced something like crossing Konstantinopolus the wrong way after an outbreak of plague.
Rebecca Norman wrote:When the weather is too cold for bicycling, some cities might have frozen canals along major arteries of the city and you can skate everywhere, I saw a cool link recently, but sorry, have forgotten it now.
Old news. You know that happened in holland? I'd bet a permie nickle no-one here has the right date for that though.
With enough cool weather and moisture and full contact with the ground they may be able to produce a good crop of fungi and act as nurse logs. Hemlock is a spectacular species for starting elderberry and others. I am not quite sure about your pine out there just yet.
I've noticed this. I know the red ones are freaking perfect if you are a boating culture. The berries like roe the pithy young centers for floats. Hard wood that is decomposed by velvet foot. It's a super shrub.