Monday, November 13, 2006

Thirty-Three and a Third

http://www.33third.blogspot.com/

I'm trying to write a review of Colin Meloy's book, LET IT BE, in this series, for Rick Newby's drumlummon magazine, so I don't have time to write anything here.

(Also, Patti took her laptop to Washington D. C.--the means by which I upload photographs.)

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At one point, Meloy writes: "I wasn't that familiar with the Kiss oeuvre--what I knew of them I learned from their short-lived television show, an episode of which I watched while at a family reunion in the late seventies."

Was there a television show? I think there was a cartoon.

Same thing, these days.

But what I really like is the casual mention of a "Kiss oeuvre." It's so sweet.

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Back to work.

4 Comments:

Blogger john hanson said...

kissworks
like the effort
of lips on lips
the ergonomics
of intimate communication
mouth to mouth
regurgetation
sharing saliva
making music
of drool and suction
prelude to horizontal
fandango
or god forbid
the hearts' naive
dance with betrayal

where was i when kiss
arrived
i cannot claim to know
even one reference
to their oeuvre
i was lost in
fernando sor
or bach
or rodrigo

lost in the anti-spectacle
of the silent guitar
almost audibly negligible
compared to the great sound
of high amp wattage projection

ahem

i'll look for the review

6:16 PM  
Blogger john hanson said...

kissworks
like the effort
of lips on lips
the ergonomics
of intimate communication
mouth to mouth
regurgetation
sharing saliva
making music
of drool and suction
prelude to horizontal
fandango
or god forbid
the hearts' naive
dance with betrayal

where was i when kiss
arrived
i cannot claim to know
even one reference
to their oeuvre
i was lost in
fernando sor
or bach
or rodrigo

lost in the anti-spectacle
of the silent guitar
almost audibly negligible
compared to the great sound
of high amp wattage projection

ahem

i'll look for the review

6:16 PM  
Blogger john hanson said...

kissworks
like the effort
of lips on lips
the ergonomics
of intimate communication
mouth to mouth
regurgetation
sharing saliva
making music
of drool and suction
prelude to horizontal
fandango
or god forbid
the hearts' naive
dance with betrayal

where was i when kiss
arrived
i cannot claim to know
even one reference
to their oeuvre
i was lost in
fernando sor
or bach
or rodrigo

lost in the anti-spectacle
of the silent guitar
almost audibly negligible
compared to the great sound
of high amp wattage projection

ahem

i'll look for the review

6:16 PM  
Blogger john hanson said...

i did not mean to offer that three times

phuqenaye

6:17 PM  

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