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Lonesome Musing: Moving

By: Christopher Aloysius Mariotti

Time moves, man: sometimes slowly, sometimes sideways, sometimes with unbearable celerity. But its constant is always motion.

Moving, just keep moving…

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Lonesome Musings

Still Not Like Everybody Else

I’m in a pissy mood today for various reason. Maybe you’ll get my Letterman wrap-up tomorrow…or maybe you won’t. I’ve got work to get on with today, my foot is paining me and my right hip echoes its concerns, I have a long community meeting tonight, and I didn’t get to sleep until after 2:00 am because my dog is a little asshole. 96 more words

Maybe a title will emerge; nope.

It’s happened again.  I’ve just finished reading a book about W.H.Auden and here he comes, walking through a New York hotel room door in the late 1930s, a character in the next Reading Group novel that’s up for discussion.  2,324 more words


Ray Davies

Ray’s memorial meeting is tomorrow.  This is a reminder of our loss – his half-hour introduction to the film PRIDE.

Sunny Afternoon

I’m never quite sure about jukebox musicals: really, I’d rather see an original show with brand new music. And when the jukebox musical in question is based around music from a band I know next to nothing about, that’s another reason not to bother. 622 more words


The Kinks - I'm Not Like Everybody Else

Attack of the Killer Track! is a series that explores tracks from artists from a variety of genres. Some of the tracks were singles, some of them were obscure b-sides or long forgotten album tracks. 305 more words

Attack Of The Killer Track!

Brian Wilson - Today


We’ve all felt that sensation, where hearing an old song can transport you back in time. And for those of us of a certain age, there is the larger, deeper, version where listening to new music from an artist we’ve followed since we were young, can touch a special place in our souls, and resonate more greatly than almost anything else. 804 more words