© Marie Marshall
I love this! I’m very much loving your nocturnal series.
I don’t like the way they keep slipping off the page, though.
Another beauty. I like them this way.
Who knows where all this will end.
the way a life goes through all the humanimal and historical and evolutional growth cycles in 9 months; from cell to multi-cell to looking like a snail to homo-erectus and then the hatching and the decay on the way home from the maternity ward…downhill from there despite the cuteness…you evoke the same cycle…a love cycle in one quick traffic light view. But The brave wait it out and enjoy the fruits. Maybe that was a Motels song?
Was it on this album?
So much music is stuck in my mind as videos from MTV. Throw in the radiation from TV dinners, it’s a wonder i have a brain at all, but anyway, I’ll give this album a listen and wait for the song to pop up. As always with your references,I’ll also discover countless new. Stand by again.
Jesus Chrysler, I had no idea the Motels had that kind of an edge with some Pat Benetar and even a little Enya quirky at least in parts of the songs. I was under the wrong idea that they were more like the Cowboy Junkies. The song I remember is not on this album, but I like this album; a little anyway. Those repetitive beats drag on and the keyboards and cheesy sax I prefer stuck in the 1980’s. Now I sound like a snobby music critic.
The song I was thinking of was more somber and almost melancholy, but darker than the song “Hungry” on this album. Maybe I’m mixing it up with another band, but I don’t think so. Anyway, whoever the singer is…she has more than a whine. It’s tough like Patti Smith.
I wouldn’t worry about sounding like a snobby music critic. It can happen to any of us.
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