I will likely get pummeled for saying this publicly but I always make a joke about Stillwater when they play this song (my second favorite from the new record)
nprfreshair: Audio for Terry’s interview with...
To Kill a Mockingbird book cover t-shirt →
I’ve been waiting for them to add Mockingbird. A little disappointed that it’s a modern design and not a classic cover. Still getting it though.
They come to rock shows either because one of them discovered Band of Horses in...– John Roderick on “Seattle’s 4 Most Conspicuous Rock Crowds” but most of this cuts across every city
The problem is that the transition might have been smoother if the people...– David Simon, The Wall Street Journal. (Other than that, I got nothing.)
I had to be mad at somebody - it’s a shock and it’s not fair Ari Up...– Amy Rigby: Thank you, Ari
Kind of obnoxious, I realize, to start an apology by making fun of song lyrics...– Dear Jon Bon Jovi
WE’RE WRITING ABOUT YOU. don’t flatter yourself. we’re writing...– 6 Lies Everyone Knows About Writers
Jim Carroll reading ‘The Basketball Diaries’ →
not strictly true
Me: So I have this playlist called 'Dullimania'....
SO: Yes, it's called YOUR ENTIRE IPOD
We do a section people might enjoy that we informally call “Big Band...– Good Max interview from STL, but I cannot imagine anything I would less enjoying hearing than the above.
We’re playing at Shea Stadium,” Mr. Mannix said, referring to the space in...– A Newcomer to CMJ, All the Way From Australia
i recognize that counter →
boy would this have fucked with my day if i still lived in my old place in seattle. ONE BLOCK AWAY. (okay so living one block away fucked with my day in other ways)
I could spend the whole morning cutting and... →
Dulli, of course. MUST READ, even though it’s ancient.
"the saddest of all keys"
DULLI: It was my discovery of C# minor that truly liberated me, though. I've run that one into the ground.
GW: Where do you play it?
DULLI: Where do I play it?
MCCOLLUM: I don't know.
DULLI: Be easier to show you than tell you [Greg gets his rosewood Telecaster out of the case .]
MCCOLLUM: Maybe it's not even C# minor. You mean the "Purple Rain" chord?
DULLI: Yeah, that one. What if it isn't C# minor. I'm completely embarrassing myself in Guitar World. [Greg starts to play. ]
MCCOLLUM: Okay. At least that's a minor.
GW: Let it be noted for the record that the witness is barring at the fourth fret, root note on fifth string, and he's hammering the second string between the fourth and fifth fret for some C# minor weirdness.
I dont give a damn about the Yankees & I’d like to dedicate the rest...– Greg Dulli, NYC, 10/19/10
What’s one of the big rules of journalism? You don’t write “dog bites man”...– http://hardballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/10/19/hey-whaddaya-know-women-like-baseball/
"At one point he yelled at someone to 'Stop... →
Greg Dulli + Craig Wedren at the Double Door: Live... →
But as a showman and a conductor of a great night of live music, Dulli was unequaled in the ’90s with the Whigs, bringing the audience up and down, to New Orleans, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Kentucky and places in between, while inserting tributes to Prince, Professor Longhair, Marvin Gaye and Squirrel Bait in the set as he saw fit. And the Whigs had Rick McCollum.