The thing about a lifetime as a working musician is that you get really good at what you do.
Measuring most things is easy.
My mother loved everything about Christmas, and that included the music. I doubt she’d have much use for my playlists, though. Ma was more of a holiday traditionalist. Bust out the Bing […]
Being a father to two minors was the single must rewarding gig I’ve ever had.
When I was a kid, there were a few things in the record store I was sure were going to make me rich someday.
“Look for the helpers” reads a popular Mr. Rogers meme.
Christmas music. Love it or hate it, there’s no avoiding it.
Rust is a great if a little hackneyed metaphor, so I’m surprised that I have so few “rust” songs in my stacks.
Going all the way back to the lacquer 78 days, records had two sides and usually contained two songs. Packaging at first was incredibly dull — nothing more than paper or cardboard […]
XTC’s ninth album, 1986’s Skylarking, is not only one of their best but possibly their most fun to collect, too.