I'm having a love-hate relationship with the guitar at the moment. I haven't played yet today, but my hands still hurt a little from the amount of playing I've done over the last few days. Sunday alone I got around three hours of playing in.
I'm working on the single note riff from "Rock Me Baby." It's kicking my ass. Here's a much embellished version which I really love from one of Eric Clapton's Crossroad Guitar Festivals.
"Even mirrors are what they are, no matter what they reflect."
--Timothy Morton, Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World (University of Minnesota, 2013)
Recommended: TAKEAWAY, a beautiful chapbook of poetic collaborations by Kit Robinson and Ted Greenwald. For more info contact James Yeary here: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are times when I think my best friends are either imaginary or really existing characters in books, movies, TV shows, songs.
Tonight the Robert Cray Band's going to play at the Kent Stage. I'm gonna be there. Check this out.
Catch you later...