Imagine yourself as not yourself. It’s not easy, but try. Imagine all the component parts of you as disassembled and interchangeable. See them suspended in space, mixed up, and now flowing downstream through the countryside. Feel the rhythm and momentum of washing over stones and filtering through reeds. What symphony would accompany you - or even fascilitate your moving parts - on your journey? Would it be something you recognize as musical or would it just be the sound of the wind blowing across the moors? Would you have self-awareness or would you just become part of the flow, moving with the current? What parts of yourself would you leave behind in the reeds?
So, basically I woke up this morning feeling extra springy because it’s April, weather predictions for the week look decent, Game of Thrones is on again, the first quarter of 2013 (and hopefully winter weather) is behind us, and the second quarter is just about my favorite time of the year for loads of reasons, not least of all CONCERTS! I have two separate trips out to California coming up and I’m seeing shows on both occasions. Can you guess which ones?!?! They are some of my favorite musicians, none of which I’ve ever seen before! 2013 is shaping up very nicely!
Several of you liked the post with my Q1 concert ticket stubs. This has inspired me to preserve all my concert tickets here on my tumblr. It makes sense because the photo preserves all the typed font on the ticket (some of my old ones have started to fade beyond recognition). However, I hesitate to toss the physical versions because, well…what if ?? You just never know, right? Anyway, I have some stubs from many years back and I’m not sure how many I will post at a time. I’ll have to decide some way to do it that makes sense, and some I’ll have to dig out of the vaults…
For (the rest of) 2013 let’s (do what we always do and) celebrate live music! Post your favorite ticket stub or concert photo that YOU took below. No cheating! :)
Warp? Warm? Wall? Warp. Warp.
It’s a County & Western record label.
Goddamn that’s funny.