My Weekly Top 10 :: Week of 9/15/14

1. Journey There’s a radio station here in Los Angeles (The Sound) that does a Triple Play Thursday, and this week one of those three-song blocks was Journey, and I found myself turning it way up past “eleven” and singing-a-long with complete musical abandon. The thing is, I’ve always had a significant sized soft spot for Journey, but then along came Glee, and though yes, I liked the show in the beginning, they did hammer the over-played nails into the Journey-coffin with their endless version of Don’t Stop Believin’, that seemed to play all the time. But, you see, Glee … Continue reading My Weekly Top 10 :: Week of 9/15/14

They’d always just been there :: VOTD

Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm :: Crash Test Dummies from the album, God Shuffled His Feet Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm is a song by the Crash Test Dummies. It was released in 1993 as the first single from their second album God Shuffled His Feet. the song was very successful all around the world, peaking at # 1 in Germany, Australia and on the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks chart. It also became a top five hit in both the UK Singles Chart and the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Each verse of the song describes the isolation and suffering of a child, two of whom have … Continue reading They’d always just been there :: VOTD

What it all could be :: SOTD

Keep Art Alive :: “Ascent” :: Art by Margarita Georgiadis “You could be my poison, my cross, my razor blade, I could love you more than life, if I wasn’t so afraid.” You stood on the curb’s edge, balancing from one foot to the other, squinting in the early morning sun. Eyes the color of the ocean in those vacation to paradise commercials, cool and clear with a spark of green. Those eyes toyed with me, danced for me, made promises that I wanted to believe. You teetered toward me, wavering but not falling, smiling widely, teeth bared, and I thought you … Continue reading What it all could be :: SOTD