Monthly Archives: April 2010
I’ve listened to this song about twenty times this week. Richard and Linda Thompson, “Night Comes In” (1975)
A couple weeks ago I drove around the South, visiting friends and watching baseball. Here’s a piece I did on the Asheville Tourists game for the Bus Leagues minor-league baseball blog. Now that some time has passed, I think Asheville’s … Continue reading
Just now I was googling images of Bunny Wailer and, having typed “Bunny W—,” found that the autofiller wondered if the phrase “Bunny With A Pancake On His Head” was the direction I was going. It wasn’t, but, actually, now … Continue reading
Does anyone know the extent of white guys’ involvement in the Blackheart Man LP? Was it as heavy as something like Concrete Jungle? I see it was recorded in Kingston. Carl Peterson was the engineer, tape operator, editor, and, along … Continue reading
1992. A great posse cut featuring a 19-year-old Nas at 1:42; I forgot how much Chubb Rock kills it on his verse.