Fliss - Mezzanine
- nice title! Yes, I like that album. Massive Attack are a bit hypnotic and intermittently brilliant IMO. I like your idea of whistling the Clarinet Concerto and will post this, possibly my favorite ever Mozart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjA6bA1qtfQ
Meanwhile, I apologize for my herpes joke, told by people without herpes to people without herpes long ago. There are others. Nowadays, I find the joke's bit of a hubris-nemesis feel is what bubbles up most strongly, as in the doctor with bad news and worse news on the phone joke. In any case, I think I'm letting that poem slide - I've got little niggly things with it, but basically it's ready for relegation now and I've just posted a fresh one!
David - it is kind of a fun collection, and very different from the religion stuff I've been posting for a while. Mile 2 West is where my grandparents retired in 1949 and where my aunt is now buried. It's a country road that speaks to me.
Willin' - now there's a song. I love how he speak/sings it, in that perfect voice. He's been from Tucson to Tucumcari, which is less far than it might be, but it's desert all the way. Here's another song off that fine album, "Cold Cold Cold": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tpp11sMXgcA