Time Stand Still

Rush – Time Stand Still I turn my back to the wind To catch my breath Before I start off again Driven on without a moment to spend To pass an evening With a drink and a friend. I let my skin get too thin I’d like to pause No matter what I pretend Like [Read More…]

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A Song About Theologians

I never knew that there was a song about theologians until very recently, when Salman Hameed shared this video for the song “Theologians” by the band Wilco on his blog: Read the lyrics online. [Read more…]

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Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen

“Delta and the Bannermen” is another Doctor Who episode from the Sylvester McCoy era that seems to be unsure what sort of story it wants to tell. Doctor Who has always combined the serious and terrifying with the comical, but “Delta and the Bannermen” only rarely seems to achieve and effective balance. Some love it, [Read More…]

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Rock-Rock-Rock (Geologists’ Version of Rock-Paper-Scissors)

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The Greatest Rock Keyboardists

As I mentioned in an earlier post, one of the topics of discussion in our car ride to and from Holiday World yesterday was great rock musicians. Those in the car with me were at best vaguely familiar with some of the keyboardists that immediately came to my mind, in some cases in spite of [Read More…]

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Christmas in July

I decided to go ahead with my plan to call this post “Christmas in July” even though Matt Kelley also posted something on his blog with the same title today. I spent today – actually, yesterday, since it is past midnight – at Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana, with my son and some other [Read More…]

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Uthull

I recently discovered a band I had never heard of before. They are known as Uthull, and they are from Greece. They play in a jazz fusion/progressive rock instrumental style. Have a listen, if that sounds like the sort of thing you might like. [Read more…]

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