Thursday, August 27, 2009


19 August 2
Listen to WISHFUL THINKING by The Knickerbockers.

Ran across this little gem the other day and thought, why don't I share it with you? Yes, you, sitting right there. This is from the same LP (the only LP, I believe) that spawned that perennial lost "Beatles" classic, Lies. This one is more of a lost Walker Brothers classic, if such a thing were possible.


Monday, August 24, 2009

You'll Never Walk Alone (But You'll Lose to Aston Villa)

Listen to YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE by Jerry Reed and Koko.

This year is shaping up quite a bit differently thus far isn't it? It does remind me of seasons past when Liverpool would finish very strongly and my Liverpool friends would spend most of their time bemoaning their awful August/September period which took them out of the running. Liverpool has had 4 or 5 seasons like that the last ten years.


Sunday, August 23, 2009


#31 Sunset
Listen to SPLASH 1 (NOW I'M HOME) by The 13th Floor Elevators.

Since I had to go back into my backroom to fix the previous post, I thought I might as well share another tune here. I hope everybody's doing fine! I had a vacation beard about two hours ago, and now I don't. Now I'm home, indeed.


Sunday, August 16, 2009

You'll Never Walk Alone (But You'll Lose to Tottenham)

Listen to YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE by J-League Supporters.

I wouldn't have posted today, except I knew I had one more of these songs already queued up.

Liverpool's loss was a bit of a surprise, and I feel bad for (soccer) John, but them's the breaks. I'm looking forward to seeing the highlights, but as I read somewhere, if you're sending on Voronin to rescue the points, you've got bigger problems than just one match. Anyway, time will tell when the next post here will be, but it certainly won't be for another week at least.


Thursday, August 13, 2009


Listen to GOLDEN PHONE by Micachu.

John here. I'm poking my head up to share a nice tune I heard recently in an advertisement for Brooklyn Bowl, which looks fantastic. Golden Phone is short and catchy, and that’s enough.

Photo: tree face.