We’re on the road to nowhere :: A Playlist

  We’re on the road to nowhere :: We’ll take that ride :: A Playlist Listen here on Spotify Road to Nowhere :: Nouvelle Vague Thin Line :: honeyhoney Mockingbirds :: Grant Lee Buffalo Hard Believer :: First Aid Kit Shelter :: Lone Justice Desperately Wanting :: Better Than Ezra Boots of Spanish Leather :: The Airborne Toxic Event Cherry, Cherry :: Neil Diamond Little Numbers :: BOY Why Do They Leave? :: Ryan Adams Don’t Wait For Me :: Ryan Bingham Falling in Love :: Lisa Loeb As Is :: Ani DiFranco Time On Your Side :: Emily Jane … Continue reading We’re on the road to nowhere :: A Playlist

You Are Home :: Musical fashion passion

List your favorite Fashion Icons in Music over the years courtesy of Music Listography : Your Life In (Play)Lists Editor’s Note: I am going to keep this at my Top 16, with musical accompaniment – in no particular order. 1. Stevie Nicks Dreams (live) :: Fleetwood Mac 2. Siouxsie Sioux Peek-a-Boo :: Siouxsie and the Banshees 3. David Bowie Life on Mars?  4. Joan Jett I Love Rock N’ Roll 5. Maria McKee If Love is a Red Dress 6. Brian Molko Every You, Every Me 7. Natalie Merchant Ophelia 8. Alison Mosshart Black Balloon :: The Kills 9. Courtney Love Doll … Continue reading You Are Home :: Musical fashion passion

You know there’s nothing more than this :: Soundtrack Shout Out Wednesday

Lost In Translation :: Soundtrack Shout Out In my forever top-five favorite movie list is Sofia Coppola’s amazing film, Lost In Translation. Everything about this film gets itself inside of me, delights me, makes me think, feel, open up, and usually cry some, as well. For me, the film is about loneliness, change, companionship, connection, and the unexpected love we find in people. It is about the conflict and confusion we all feel as we struggle to be true to who we are, still feeling that we are “growing-up” even when our age, would suggest that we are “grown-up” (we … Continue reading You know there’s nothing more than this :: Soundtrack Shout Out Wednesday

When there’s something worth running for :: song of the day

Rest Stop Recollection (by me) There is nothing like a road trip to really define people, open them up, raw, and exposed. You never really know someone until you have spent several sticky days in a car, cross-country. The tape player broke in the first hour, not even out of Los Angeles and the tape unspooled, fell to the floor, so it was the radio or nothing at all. She became shotgun D.J., blurring through the options that long highway stations ready up. The other three sat in the back. Their illusion of a romantic paved adventure slowly shredding and … Continue reading When there’s something worth running for :: song of the day