Recollection is a project to review my record collection. I will listen to an album I own and review it. The album will be chosen randomly by computron 2.0. Today computron chooses… Album: Original Music From The Motion Picture “The Such” Artist: Elevator Through Released: 1998 Format(s) I own it on: CD After the break up of Eric’s Trip, Rick White began some home recordings under the name Elevator To Hell, eventually adding Eric’s Trip drummer Mark Gaudet, and Orange Glass alumnus and White’s then-wife, Tara White. Elevator To Hell eventually became Elevator Through who later became Elevator. Elevator was one of the best psychedelic bands in Canada during the 1990s and 2000s. This… Read More »Recollection Volume 41 – Original Music From The Motion Picture “The Such”
Recollection is a project to review my record collection. I will listen to an album I own and review it. The album will be chosen randomly by computron. Today computron chooses… Album: The Eric’s Trip Show Artist: Eric’s Trip Released: 2001 Format(s) I own it on: CD “Used to wonder if you understood the way I felt about the stove.” What the hell does that even mean? Why is “Stove” one of the best Eric’s Trip songs, and yet, it’s about… a stove? In 2001, Eric’s Trip reunited and toured Canada. They played in Toronto at the Opera House, and it was my first visit to that venue, and to Riverdale. It was an… Read More »Recollection Volume 8 – The Eric’s Trip Show
A few weeks back, I went to the Blue Fog Review show at Lee’s Palace. Lost recently ended, and Garfunkel and Oates has the perfect ode. Martha & The Vandellas… Oh Ronnettes! Be still my heart… Okay, so there wasn’t much of a theme here… shoot me.
Went to the Blue Fog Review at Lee’s Palace last night. It was my opportunity to road test my new 50mm 1.8 lens. I took over 600 photos. I’ve only had a chance to go through the pre-$100 photos. Until I get a chance to post the $100 photos, you can enjoy a recording, courtesy of Mechanical Forest Sound. Here’s $100 performing “Hell’s A Place,” a song about Lesbian love; and here’s Rick White with $100 performing “Sorry We Missed You.” Photos?