22 maj 2011, 17:54 av rtms1988
29 maj 2007, 22:20 av great_magicianPart Four, several months later. This and the next two installments are for the three-hour-long Atlanta, GA to Charlotte, NC portion of the drive. Honestly, I think it's the most boring leg of the drive. I expected to be fatigued and possibly bored with listening to music, so I dumped a whole bunch of Brian Eno to help fill up some space and relax me. Also, I left room for listening to some NPR.
2. Father to a Sister of Thought
3. All I Need
4. Tacobel Canon
"Jacksonville" is my favorite track of Stevens'. It seems to me that, considering the subject matter of the song, the sounds that accompany it are perfectly appropriate.
9 mar 2007, 15:50 av davidjenningsThu 8 Mar – Hannah Eidinow, Brian Eno, Damon Albarn, Robert Del Naja
After keeping us waiting on the quayside for 40 minutes on an increasingly cold evening, entertained only by the farce of a lighting director on the quay relaying instructions to the Greenpeace boat by mobile phone to zero discernible effect, this event needed to be something special in order for us not to feel that we had been duped. It was terrible. Eno's contribution seemed to be just to re-hash 2/1. Did Damon Albarn do the text? What a disaster! The very worst kind of didactic wibbling about various nuclear mishaps and near-mishaps, all interspersed with a mantra about "the clock is ticking", which quickly lost any sense of gravitas or doom that might have been intended and became more like "don't mention the war" in Fawlty Towers. Of course it was all very audio-visual: for which read that there was one of those really annoying electronic scrolling teletype thingies showing dates and times and…