NOISE . . .
. . . abounds.
Hence, perhaps, my love of Joshua Tree National Park, where escape from it is almost possible. As a native of, and dweller amid, the hustle and bustle (Greek, "θόρυβος" - "thorobus" - a word I love) of Southern California, I embrace noise as an inescapable part of my life-scape.
And, as it happens, I know a lot of musicians. Rock 'n' roll makes sense of what is otherwise grating noise; it gives sense to the senselessness of humans with hand-grenades. I won't plug all of my favorite podcasts, but I will include here some friends' and acquaintances' websites or links and other tidbits from time to time; some material written and recorded by me; and in general will use this area as a teaser-location to which I hope you'll occasionally return.
- 3rd Ear Experience - "Peacock Black" 2015 Full Album
- Tim Easton - "Highway 62"
- Tim Easton - "Same Old Song and Dance"
- John Wesley Harding (Wesley Stace) - "Me Against Me"
- JP Houston and Julie Van Dusen - AMERICAN PARLOR SONGBOOK
- Larry May - LARRY MAY MUSIC
- Pioneertown - PAPPY & HARRIET'S
- Victoria Williams - "You Are Loved" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno