We’ve all been ready since the finale last year, but the time has finally come to immerse ourselves in Westeros once more. We’ve been reading the books, consulting psychics, rewatching seasons 1-4 on repeat, and most importantly, listening to the tracks from last season. It was good, it was bad, it was ugly. **No spoilers […]
It may not be random, but it’s relevant.
“Variations on a Theme by Haydn,” theme originally composed by… not Haydn.
‘Tis the season for… jazz combos?
This translates to, AN ICE CREAM FOR EVERYONE! Sounds like a tune that’s right up my alley, even though I have to wear three pairs of socks and two hoodies to not freeze to death in my apartment.
This is the last episode before the winter hiatus, and good grief is it a doozy. I feel light headed. Someone bring me a cup of tea and some fuzzy slippers.
Francis Poulenc was a French dude who wrote loads of music, including the popular opera, Dialogues des Carmelites, and this marginally interesting piano sonata. Read on to learn more about my 100% factual opinions about Poulenc and piano music.
The campaign trail is heating up, and so are Peter’s pants, because they are on fire. Liar, liar.
Dinah Washington led a prolific and successful career, but died before her time due to weight loss drugs.
To take a plea bargain, or not to plea bargain? That is Cary’s question this week.
Articles and think pieces about how Anna Magdalena Bach may have written the Bach Cello Suites and other pieces are making the rounds again, but it seems that everyone is missing the point. Who cares if she DID write the pieces — the point is, she COULD have.
This singer sounds like a drunk John Lennon. Like, really drunk.
All of Cary’s old demons are coming back from the grave, and most of them are named “Lemond Bishop.”
Memo to musicians: Please, for the love of everything, stop using dorky backup vocals.
Look down at your desk — now back to me: I’m on a horse. This is the blog your blog could smell like if it used Old Spice.