Though love will tear us apart still we fall :: A Playlist for Lovers

Though love will tear us apart still we fall :: A Playlist for Lovers Listen here at Spotify (Day 2 of September Month of Playlists) Hello, I Love You :: The Doors Love Hurts :: Gram Parsons Your Love :: Pacha Massive The Lovecats :: Tanya Donelly & Dylan At The Movies Love Will Tear Us Apart :: Joy Division Is This Love? :: Bob Marley & The Wailers This Is Love :: PJ Harvey Never My Love :: The Association Love Is Dead :: Kerli This Years Love :: David Gray You Can’t Hurry Love :: The Supremes Love … Continue reading Though love will tear us apart still we fall :: A Playlist for Lovers

My Top 300 :: 61-65

61.┬áThe Wrestler One of the most heartbreaking films I have ever seen, and one I am not sure I could ever sit through again, even though I loved it. Phenomenal performance by Mickey Rourke, a favorite of mine for as long as I can remember, as well as from another favorite of mine, Marisa Tomei. This film was so raw, so vulnerable; it made my heart hurt. The Boardwalk scene The Wrestler :: Bruce Springsteen 62. Lost In Translation Trying to articulate the reasons and whys of my love for this movie always trips me up and has me uncharacteristically … Continue reading My Top 300 :: 61-65

He’s in a bunch of movies :: VOTD

Spin the Bottle :: Juliana Hatfield Three from the album, Become What You Are Directed by Ben Stiller Spin the Bottle was the third single released from the Juliana Hatfield Three album, Become What You Are. The song was also featured on the soundtrack to the movie Reality Bites, written and directed by Ben Stiller, who also directed the video to Spin the Bottle. The video features both actors from the movie (Ethan Hawke), as well as other musicians/friends of Juliana Hatfield (Tanya Donelly) and comedian Scott Thompson, of Kids in the Hall fame. Become What You Are was Juliana’s … Continue reading He’s in a bunch of movies :: VOTD

When at first I learned to speak :: SOTD

“Three words that became hard to say: I and love and you.” There are days set aside for love, and for saying I love you. But, those people that I love, I would never need a day set aside to tell them so. Beyond a love of music, and a sharp sense of humor, my Mother gifted me with an openness to express love. She may have not always left me feeling loved, but I know she never hesitated saying it. I could argue, and have, that those three words are thrown around far too carelessly. Sometimes we say this … Continue reading When at first I learned to speak :: SOTD