Words Are My Business
Oh, it seems "abandoned" alright.At least you are self-aware enough to acknowledge the universal "fictional world of my own creation";-)
I have so much for this blog written in advance, the discog reviews and things...but I hate forcing things. Especially when I feel like there are even more compelling word-journeys to embark upon. I will put a Wild Flag/Lee Ranaldo review up though. Quality over quantity always!
With the weekend's news of the Thurston-Kim split, figured we will have your take one the seismic rumblings settle.... gonna be weird...
The Wild Flag/Lee review will be up this week. My take will be contained therein, or at least as much of it as I can elucidate right now. Just stunning, still.
I'm very interested in what sort of audience Wild Flag will develop. It determines whether I go all in for them.Tours have a grammar.What I'd have to say -- I saw them for the tour opening in Minneapolis on a Tuesday night. I was disappointed that the whole place wasn't shaking. -- doesn't parse very well. It's not grammatical.Look forward to hearing the Brooklyn review.