So soon you’ll take me :: Under the Covers :: Cover of the Week

The Killing Moon :: Pavement “Fate, up against your will, through the thick and thin; he will wait until, you give yourself to him.” The Killing Moon is a single by the band Echo And The Bunnymen. It was released on their 1984 album, Ocean Rain. It is one of the band’s highest-charting hits, reaching number nine in the UK Singles Chart, and often cited as the band’s greatest song. It has been said that everything came together for Echo in The Killing Moon. Will Sergeant’s opening guitar sets the scene in some exotic location; Ian McCulloch’s evocative vocals convey some of the … Continue reading So soon you’ll take me :: Under the Covers :: Cover of the Week

You’re my summer babe :: Song of the day

“My eyes stick to all the shiny roses.” We took that road trip to San Francisco, it was late Summer , or maybe it was early Winter, you and I, and the baby in the backseat. You picked up this album in that record store in Berkeley, and afterwards we shared a slice of pizza. She slept most afternoons in her stroller while we walked up and down the streets. At night we would take her in when we played pool, or into that bar your friend owned. One night we wrapped her up and took her into the park where … Continue reading You’re my summer babe :: Song of the day