Posts Tagged ‘dan wilson’

Innocence and Consequence February 6, 2010 No Comments

Chalking today up to the memoirs.  A cold, damp, miserable day in Iraq — Geography is a curious thing.  In Josh Ritter’s Live from Vicar Street DVD, he explains the first time he went to Ireland.  He was living in New York, and It was cheaper for him to fly to Ireland rather than back home to […]

Sweet, Sweet Sugar to me February 4, 2010 No Comments

In the morning, my subconscious usually suggests a tune, this morning’s tune, Sugar.  I can suggest that the beauty and simplicity of the song falls in line with the philosophy of Thoreau from an earlier era. I’ve always enjoyed listening to the raw emotion of songs like this, often over and over.  It’s 100 words […]

chasin shadows in the dark January 31, 2010 No Comments

Happy Sunday Morning!.  this morning finds me practicing some NLP techniques by LISTENING to an economics lecture and READING lyrics / poetry from Dan Wilson, the old frontman for Semisonic now turned solo artist / producer.  I’m also reading what ‘Shaggy’s Mom’ says about black swans and dark pools. Taking notes from my informal class, […]

free life January 30, 2010 No Comments

Question: ‘Do you have regrets?’ Leonard Cohen: “You can read the life you’re living but you cannot change a word.” I found some found gem’s one our media share today, they brought me down memory lane with a huge smile on my face. Live’s Throwing Copper- Recall I was in the batters box, Schulenburg Texas, […]

giving into the blue sky and to the gold eye of what is possible, giving one in a million, you be the engine of what is possible December 15, 2008 No Comments

Time for the top ten of 2008, most are repeats and oldies, some sentimental to the heart, but the top 10 surly does change when you move out of a music city. Your musical knowledge and ‘in the know’ seems to shrivel on the vine. With that being said, its been a great year for […]