Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham :: An Audio Book Review

  Someday, Someday, Maybe (2013) by Lauren Graham An Audio Book Review Listen to an excerpt here “You may be sensitive inside, but what I see on the outside is a soldier.” Lauren Graham is on my list of favorite people, in the “people I don’t know” category, mainly due to the roles she has played, most notably as the character of Lorelei Gilmore (Gilmore Girls) and Sarah Braverman (Parenthood), but also for the “personality” I have garnered through interviews (not that I take to heart public facing personas, but still). When I heard she had written a book I … Continue reading Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham :: An Audio Book Review

July never seemed so strange :: A Playlist

Keep Art Alive :: Art by Tara McPherson July never seemed so strange :: A Playlist Listen here at Spotify July! July! :: The Decemberists Allison Road :: The Gin Blossoms Turn You Inside Out :: R.E.M. Radioactive :: Imagine Dragons Kids in America :: Kim Wilde 4th of July :: Aimee Mann Love Revolution :: Lenny Kravitz After Hours :: We Are Scientists Super-Connected :: Belly There Is :: Box Car Racer 4th of July :: X Mona Lisas & Mad Hatters :: Elton John Someone Like the Edge of Firework :: Alan Cumming Hold Back the Rain :: … Continue reading July never seemed so strange :: A Playlist

I didn’t utter a sound :: VOTD

Never Said :: Liz Phair directed by Liz Phair Never Said was originally recorded and released on Liz Phair’s home-recorded EP, Girly Sound, under the title of Clean. It was later released as Never Said on her first long-playing album, Exile in Guyville, and was released as the first single and video release. Exile in Guyville was written by Liz Phair as a song-by-song reply to the Rolling Stones’ 1972 album, Exile on Main Street and this song corresponds to Tumbling Dice. Liz Phair recalled to Rolling Stone in a 2010 interview: “I remember thinking the most important song happens … Continue reading I didn’t utter a sound :: VOTD