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Archives for February 2010

From the YouTube Music Video Archives: Chou à la Crème by Hiromi Uehara

“Chou à la Crème” means “cream puff” in French; I’m not sure how to spell that in Japanese. If you like this, you might also enjoy Bern Baby Bern. I liked her right away because it’s obvious she’s having such a great time performing – an amazing virtuoso who plays most everything at Warp 10. Spiral and Open Door are nice exceptions that remind me a little of those epic compositions by Keith Jarret. And here she is interviewing bassist Ron Carter.

Lent, Day 12

Welcoming party for newlyweds Mary and Fred.

Truly Awful

Terrible. This might be the worst thing I’ve ever seen. I don’t have words to describe how bad it is.

Failure.

I think that I shall never be
Able to photograph this tree
At least, not properly
But golly gee
It pleases me.

Lent, Day 11

While we’re looking back at Friday, here’s another entry for the Tom Waits Lenten Songbook.

Well the rampaging sons of the widow James
Jack the cutter and the pock marked kid
Had to stand naked at the bottom of the cross
And tell the good lord what they did
Tell the good lord what they did
– “Get Behind the Mule”

Lent, Day 11

A look back at Lent, Day 10, around 1:30 p.m. Clam sandwich. You see how I suffer.

Lent, Day 10

Jesus says, “Mother I couldn’t stay another day longer”
Flies right by me and leaves a kiss upon her face
While the angels are singin’ his praises in a blaze of glory
Mary stays behind and starts cleaning up the place

– Patty Griffin, “Mary”

Andy Klavan Offers an Olive Branch Across Our Political Divide

From PJTV.

A public service announcement from Harrison Ford

POW Bunnies

Every day, they let us out of the cage and give us time on the ground. But there are still bars. Mary always starts trying to dig out from under – you can see where she’s working in back there – but it’s no use. They just keep moving the pen.