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Edie Brickell

I've always loved this song.


Circle, Edie Brickell (from the album Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars)

4 comments:

  1. Happy (late) holidays Jon, funny what artists can bring to memory. Brickell was a favorite of my crazy painter friend Wendy in college. The most creative person I had ever met. We would drink strawberry tea, and listen to Brickell's CDs. Mushrooms may have been involved too (the first and only time I took drugs, in my defense). ;)

    I liked the crisp production and clean sound.

    Sounds like a nice time with Rosa's family, by the way you should pick up the Christmas edition of Body and Soul magazine for her. It has a great article on Tao, and other articles she would like. You'll see.

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  2. I'll check out Body and Soul.

    I was going to mention in this post (and I say it here since you're a musician) that many of my favorite songs (including this one) have a descending bass line. There's something about the descending bass line. :)

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  3. Whole Living magazine, it's called. Forgot the name had changed. Look for "Green your Holidays" on the cover, December edition.

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  4. Great - I was wondering if it was "Whole Living" since it came up when I googled "Body and Soul".

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