Monday, February 10, 2014

10 February 2014 “ The sky is gray and white and cloudy.

Echoes and it swells, from Tolstoy to Tinkerbelle”
Cassi Creek:  Simon and Garfunkel , from a time now distant.  Folk-Rock, as defined and delivered by singers and song writers who had to make the transition from the purity of old timey songs and instrumentation, to the material that would be commercially viable to an audience that expected songs to be 2.5 – 3.0 minutes in length and imminently forgettable.
          “Down from Berkeley to Carmel.
          “ Got some pictures in my pocket and a lot of time to kill.”
Somewhat of an applicable song for the day. 

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