I know Charlie Haden made lots more important and arguably better music before and after the Liberation Music Orchestra recorded “Song for Che” but it’s the one I always come back to. It’s pop and it’s out; it’s ugly and it’s pretty; it’s strident and it’s lyrical. It’s one of the first and best uses of a sample. It’s a piece of music I couldn’t live without and, for all his other accomplishments, it’s for this I’ll always be grateful.
Just woke up from a fever dream in which the gondola on the log flume took a wicked turn and flew off the track and until it got caught suspended in space whoa must be nice!
But hey, man, what if blogging is the future of novels?