Posts Tagged ‘David Garza’

If miracles last forever, forever died yesterday, still you tell my soul i know i know July 12, 2010 No Comments

memory lane of david garza’s ‘this euphoria’ album, one of my all time favorite ‘pop’ albums, jammin’ that in college changed my life. i’d say there’s a ton of things you can see from a different perspective, an american living somewhere other than america — but many opt out of the world view — doesn’t […]

Since you’ve been asleep, We washed your purple veil, Called father daniel, Asked the undertaker for an extra day October 25, 2009 1 Comment

Today was an old school David Garza day, which reminded me of my days as a COBOL programmer, trying to make relational magic with index files.  In those days, I tried to help build the better mouse trap so my company could sell doors and door knobs. An underlying hardcore consistency in matters at hand […]

if you want to play the prophet man you got to learn the lines…compassion June 6, 2009 No Comments

its funny watching the ‘foreigners’ here pick up American military tradition, especially at the chow hall when the individual slinging rice on your plate says ‘here you go SIR’ with potency. prevailing currents of weather are interesting here, today was hot, but a relatively cool circular breeze was blowing. times get long, i just have […]

Through Your State of Grace, Lift me Up, Walk into the Fire With Me December 10, 2008 No Comments

The astronomical clock in Prague has always has created an epiphany when gazing at the sun and moon, and walk of the apostles at the same glance. Not to mention the clock seems to sit in the middle of ‘old’ and ‘new’ city. Similar, here I sit right smack dab in the middle of a […]

No le hace si no sabes moverte güerita, baila conmigo y pareces latina April 28, 2007 No Comments

One of my rare ‘paint the town’ nights, 1. Grupo Fantasma at La Zona Rosa for AMF with Maudi’s Food. 2. Lomita at Beauty Bar 3. Bavu Blakes and Tee Double at Flamingo Cantina 4. A few bud lights as a nightcap at Logans

I Dream, I Am a Circle Lost in the Clouds April 21, 2007 No Comments

Doom and gloom, easily the most depressing thing I’ve ever read, The Sorrows of Young Werther. Astounding how a piece of literature can make the suicide rate increase on its release. Simply AMAZING piece of literature, written in ‘blog format’ as his regular account of his life which lead to his demise. I’m of the […]

I’m sick of the Millennium, Bored by the Pain I Waited for the Gospel, gospel never Came Prophets and Pimps, Working for the Man November 30, 2006 No Comments

Let’s see, gotta put my thinking hat on a bit for this one. Mr Garza’s gig at the Continental Club, inspiring to say the least. He only played a few of what he called ‘Christmas Songs’ (i.e. old favorite ‘hits’), instead he focused in improvisation and experimentation to the sparse crowd. The guy has to […]