Unless you’re the type of person with a full, rich life to attend to (and FUCK YOU if you are), you’ve surely been following the Kanye-Kimmel saga over the past few days. For those that aren’t up to speed, here’s a quick primer:
- Kanye sat down for a rare, hour long interview with BBC One’s…
What in the fuck was that Kanye?
I told you to do some shit for the kids
You can give me your muhfucking graduation ticket right now
You will not walk across that stage, you won’t slide across that stage
Muhfucka can’t pull you across that stage Kanye
Who told you, see, I told you to…
"Joni Mitchell - Blue
As a young Canadian, I was very aware of the Canada’s folk legacy. From Gordon Lightfoot to Neil Young. Of course, Joni Mitchell loosely falls into that broad category although her music is impossible to pigeonhole, really. Even as far back as Blue you could hear traces of jazz… oh, all sorts of things. Everybody seemed to have this album. It is one of those records that always seemed to hang in the air. The songwriting is sublime and has never dated. It is not a record that actually had any effect on the formation of Rush, but it was something that captured those times and can instantly transport me back there. I don’t know if it is her best album but it is certainly the one that cut through all the other music around. It is also very, very beautiful."
- The Favourite Albums Of Rush’s Geddy Lee (via markrichardson)
This has been car music of the highest calibre. Mark writes with much insight.
Photographer’s girlfriend leads him around the world
Man I’ve reblogged this like 3 times already.. I never do that. But I LOVE THIS SO MUCH, SON!
It’d been a while, starting slow
Just downloaded Solitaire Vol. 1 from Oneman