I've recently found MrRevillz on YouTube and been listening to his remixes all day, everyday.
Thursday, December 19
Sunday, July 28
Saturday, July 27
Monday, June 24
As I look back over my life I am struck by post cards Ruined Snap shots faded posters Of a time, I can't recall I am a Scot, or so I'm told. Really the heir of Mystery Christians Snake in the Glen The child of a Military family... I rebelled against church after phases of fervor I curried favor in school & attack'd the teachers I was given a desk in the corner I was a fool & The smartest kid in class Walks in D.C. in Negro streets. The library & book stores. Orange brick in warm sun. The books & poets magic Then sex gives greater stimulation Than you've ever known & all peace & books lose their charm & you are thrown back on the eye of vision History of Rock coinciding w/ my adolescence Came to LA to Film School Venice Summer Drug Visions Roof top songs early struggles & humiliations Thanks to the girls who fed me. Making Records Elvis had sex-wise mature voice at 19. Mine still retains the nasal whine of a repressed adolescent minor squeaks & furies An interesting singer at best - a scream or a sick croon. Nothing in-between.
Thursday, February 7
Friday, February 1
Most...no, all of my dearest friends live in other parts of the country. Some even countries away! While telephones chats are nice, and texting is good to keep in contact on a day-to-day basis, my favorite way of communicating with them is through letters. There's nothing that brightens my day more than the mailman delivering an envelope enclosing a personalized message just for me. The actual physical nature of letter writing is special in itself. The content of what goes into a letter is different than an email also. Letters are written knowing there's time and space differences, emails are immediate, you could get a response in minutes! The dialogue is prolonged, you have to make whatever you want to say more relevant over longer times...if that makes sense. There are other differences too... Writing a good letter takes time and care!
I randomly found this letter to Walt Whitman from Bram Stoker--the Irish writer of Dracula:
(The rest of the letters are here )
Dublin, Feb. 14, 1876.
My dear Mr. Whitman.