Friday, July 13, 2007


I've stayed up tonight and gone back through my archives. ido it because I base my entire worth as a human being on my hit counter, and the more times I access the site the bigger numbers I get. There it's the religious concept of loving one's self.
This is something I am trying to do, although I sometimes wish I would bathe more often. I can live with the sense of humor.
Of course, I got no choice on either point.
Anyway, thanks, Steve, for visiting my site.


Blogger butch said...

Yeah, Steve, thanks for the kind words and insights. Hey, when did this dude visit the site, sometime in 2006? I still wonder where in deuce the half dozen other "regular" readers and contributers went to --just wandered off to some other blog I guess; just fair weather fans. I hope I do not scare off some of the old timers with my various forays into history and the internet, with my anxious over zealous need to explicate and illuminate every salient fact you drop into your comments, for the bleeding masses, for the faint of heart, for the ignorant and lethargic --I do the legwork, and put the treasures right there in the comments for all to peruse. Anyway, what the hell happened to Robin, and thank you Steve and Bubba.


5:55 AM  
Blogger Lane Savant said...

I read through the archives and found Steve eearound Aug. He's the second person to mention that he has heard my musicthis month.
One of the main purposes of this site is to promote my music, so that's progress.

10:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Glenn. Hey Doug. Yeah Doug and I have met briefly at Composers Salons (which I'll miss in July I'm sorry to say, I've only missed three in its entire existence so far) and at some of Ann Cummings performances. I'm the one with the incredibly bad people skills although I've yet to get kicked out of the symphony hall. I can't find what I wrote about here before but I remember specifically a few selections from a raft of short pieces that were riffs on some other composers stuff that Doug did that I thought were almost as seriously cool as his well developed sense of humor. That and a couple of bucks will get you a latte imitation at select locations in the Rainier valley.
One thing I'm curious about: Zappa's s'awright but what about Capt. Beefheart, his high school classmate? I get a MUCH bigger buzz from the Cap'n even though I saw Zappa three times. Zappas live shows were out of bounds in general but the first one from the mid 70s in Tucson Az resides most pleasantly in memory and no there were no mind altering substances: he was MUCH better live than on record methinks and wisely surrounded himself with stellar players. But I have Beefheart recordings: both live and studio and they are both are life changing. I've tried Zappa records and just find them tedious except Hot Rats even though I admire the man. Yeah time to haul out "I'm Gonna Booglerize You, Baby" from Spotlight Kid.

Ok so it was more of an opinion than a question and it aint Sibelius but whaddyall think?

your fan,


9:29 PM  
Blogger Lane Savant said...

Beefheart, blues screaming from out of the tiny corner of the mind that hasn't been turned into chopped liver by the mudmush minds.....wait a minute, I'll post this rant

11:24 PM  

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