Quotation Of The Day: Emmanuel Kant -- All the interests of my reason, speculative as well as practical, combine in the three following questions: 1. What can I know? 2. What ought I to do? 3. What may I hope?
After a complete and utter bullshit week at work (i'll spare you the sordid details), i finally have a day off. And what, i hear you ask, have i done? Went to the beer store; two loads of laundry; scrubbed Cate's litterbox; started last night's supper dishes....
On a more cerebral level, though....
I bought two new CDs last week, and these are they:
The Paul Simon is really nice. Not as groundbreaking as "Graceland" of course -- that was a once-in-a-lifetime deal --but pretty good for an old geezer. (No, i'm not referring to myself, how dare you). So i listened to that and then to Kate & Anna, and their "new" album is a real treasure.
It's a 3-CD set. Discs 1 & 2 are remastered versions of their first two albums, which are and always have been utter magic, but it's disc 3 that's the draw here: previously-unreleased recordings & demos, which are invariably delightful.
But why, oh why, has their "The Logdriver's Waltz ever been released on CD?
Anyway, after all of that i was in a Rory Gallagher mood and watched disc 1 of the "Live At Montreux" DVD. Funny how, when i'm in a crappy frame of mind, Rory always gives me the energy to keep going. The Beatles have the power to do that, too, but Rory had so much energy himself that it inspires me.
I should probably finish doing last night's supper dishes now, and start on tonight's supper....
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