Heroes :: Peter Gabriel "And you, you can be mean, and I, I'll drink all the time. 'Cause we're lovers, and that is a fact. Yes we're lovers, and that is that."
Whisper all your secrets to me and we will sing then into an endless song :: A Saturday Playlist
She Sells Sanctuary :: The Cult "The sparkle in your eyes, keeps me alive."
Friday Five :: Songs with My Name
The cleanest I've been :: SOTD "I don't advise, and I don't criticize, I just know what I like, with my own eyes."
My Top 5 New Releases :: The Weeks of March 17 & March 24
Quintessential Albums :: Got No Shadow (1998) :: Mary Lou Lord
"You've been blotting out my mind, fooling on my time, no, I won't miss you, baby."
Ryan Adams :: My Favorite Artists/Bands I was in Michigan in the middle of a deadline at work when I first heard Ryan Adams. A friend of mine who I can credit with introducing me to some of my all-time favorite artists and bands, time and again, shared the song Harder Now That It's Over, and soon after, Sylvia Plath. I remember playing both songs over and over and over that day, the melancholic melodies of both songs soothing my overtired and overwhelmed nerves. I recall doing a frantic search via one of those popular music sharing sites of the early 00's (was it Kazaa then? I think this was post-Napster), and then going out and buying Gold that weekend. After that, it is a bit of a blur as to what came next for me and Ryan's music because a part of me feels like his music has always been in my life. I am not sure there is another artist that makes me feel things the way he does, nor any other artist that has so many memories that I associate with his songs.
"With this key, scratched into the wall, I spell out your name. It's fucking with my head, fucking with my heart."