Aggie87

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    Absinthe makes the mind go wander.
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  1. Had Madeleine Peyroux (and Joan Osborne) on tap for tonight in Philadelphia, but they rescheduled it for May 2022, just yesterday. Blah. On the brighter side I got to see King Crimson last week, my first show since the pandemic started. They were fantastic, as was the Zappa Band, who opened.
  2. It's a group created by Bill Rieflin to perform live ambient soundscapes with improvisations over the top. At least that's the simplest description I can give. I think this is their only physical release (and it didn't have a wide release to start with, only available at their shows for the most part), though they supposedly went into the studio and did some recording. I don't think that ever came out though. Here's an old article about a performance in L.A. - https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2006-may-15-et-slow15-story.html
  3. Slow Music Project - Live at the Croc
  4. Lucinda Williams

    A number of artists are cancelling shows/tours because of COVID (and the Delta variant) currently. Not surprised.
  5. Hope she is too. I'm really enjoying her Lu's Jukebox series. The first two albums (Petty and Southern Soul covers) are fantastic, looking forward to the upcoming releases.
  6. Jansen Barbieri Karn- Beginning to Melt
  7. Porcupine Tree - House of Blues 2003
  8. Los Lobos goes Disneyj - not their best but still some interesting twists on familiar music
  9. MLB 2021: it’s baseball season!

    I think it's a great name. Hopefully the WFT is as creative when (if?) they come up with a new name as well.
  10. Record Stores in Philadelphia?

    I haven't been there in a long time, but i'll second Long in the Tooth. Also Princeton Record Exchange, if you're mobile and willing to drive there.
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    Batsto River, New Jersey 6/13/21
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    Somewhere in Manhattan, 5/30/21 The Dakota, 5/30/21
  13. I was there about a week and a half ago too, and wasn't overly impressed with their inventory in general. I suspect the pandemic is the main culprit, as well. I don't know that that will change until life starts getting back to "normal", whatever that means anymore. At least to the point where high volume sales and purchases start happening again.
  14. The USPS SUCKS

    My turn for some fun. I pre-ordered a signed book for my wife, from one of her favorite authors when she was younger, about 6 months ago. Release date was March 16. So the package started in Auburn, Washington on the 16th. 3/17 - Shipment received, Auburn, WA. 3/18 - Arrived at Seattle WA Network Distribution Ctr 3/18 - Left Seattle WA Network Distribution Ctr 3/18 - Arrived at Seattle WA Distribution Ctr 3/19 - Departed Seattle WA Distribution Ctr 3/19 - Arrived BACK at Seattle WA Network Distribution Ctr (Sigh. I guess the package was wined and dined here the first time, so it went back for more) 3/20 - Departed Seattle WA Network Distribution Ctr ** 5 days with no updates, so it's a mystery where the package went ** 3/25 - Arrived at Philadelphia PA Network Distribution Ctr (Yeah! Philadelphia is only 25 miles from my house!) 3/25 - Departed Philadelphia PA Network Distribution Ctr (ok, so it's gotta be getting closer) ** 8 days with no updates ** 4/2 - Arrived Jersey City NJ Network Distribution Ctr (crap, this is like 90 miles away, not the right direction, not touristy either so what gives, package? I could see going to Atlantic City or Cape May or something, but Jersey City??) 4/3 - Departed Jersey City NJ Network Distribution Ctr (hmmm) ** 3 days with no updates ** 4/6 - Arrived BACK at Philadelphia PA Network Distribution Ctr (jeezus, Philly's a great food city but.. My package must REALLY show it's appreciation when it's wined and dined) 4/6 - Departed Philadelphia PA Network Distribution Ctr, to destination unknown. Hopefully it arrives by my wife's birthday in June at this point.