laughing lots

Apr 25 2008

after i’ve recorded an album, mix/mastered it, got the artwork done, paid fer said things, and am looking forward to selling 100,002 copies of it, there’s nothing I want less to do with than music fer like 2 month’s. the idea of picking up a guitar or piano (one of which is much heavier all you non-musicians) isn’t all that appealing.

So alotta those two month’s are fooling around with collage art. It’s nice cutting things out, laying ’em all round floor, playing music & chewing on a fresh paste stick . Fer this time i’m mostly all artrock and rocksteady, two types of stuff I luv. but both excited the imagination about possibilities. my favorite collage artist is Hannah Hoch. I don’t know how to do the umlat (sp?) but that’s not required to wiki her anyway. she has a few books collecting her work but fortunately there’s like $200 so I’m having to wait fer that 100,002-cd’s-sold royalty check. Here’s a coupla her photo montages A collage by Hannah Höch.

can’t, i’m watching oprah

Apr 24 2008

Nod to Steve…

Apr 09 2008

I know many of you like to run and jump. I also like to play. But when I’m tuckered out from the playful avante garde scene that I command, when I plumb tired of growing my eyebrows out & when I’ve had enough of Soul Asylum’s unique brand of math rock, I tend to read. It began with a small free publication called “Parade” that came in the Charlotte Observer, the paper we got delivered to my now broken family’s home, on weekend. It’s cover story wuz on the great Steve Martin. Having enjoyed his comic timing from the age of 4 (3 some sources say) I was excited. Hence, I licked my pointy finger and dug into this opportunity to perhaps understand a bit more about the man behind the humor. I’ve always been fascinated with myself, and the fact that myself has been fascinated with people who’ve been fascinated themselves. I guess is comes from growing up on Fascination St. That being said I regularly check in on ol’

Now that I have this fancy site thanks to the good folks and friends at Fade, I want to share, not my breakfast, but my thoughts.

I always dreamed of being involved in cartoons. So when these two loves collided in video form of Mr Martin interviewing the great New Yorker Cartoonist Roz Chast I immediately thought, “Man I love my waist size lately!”, and then “Yes, this will be my first post.”

So please enjoy and thank you fer yer visit

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