Saturday, April 09, 2005
It's been a while since I've written. We've been moving (packing, carrying, unpacking); work's been insane; I snuck up to Tahoe to catch Cheese play, scoring some good photos (29th - 30th), which found their ways onto On The Road covers (29th front - 29th back - 30th back); we squeezed in a Hot Buttered Rum show (pics); and saw my second Yonder show last night.
And then I woke up this morning, set up my computer, and tested it by heading to livemusicblog.com. Justin's got a very cool thing going on over there, and I suggest that live music fans (of the jamband breed, in particular) head over there. (Another good music site, which I've been meaning to plug for a while, is themusicneverstopped.net. Lots of goodies over there, along with very cool podcasts.) I've never met Justin or Mike before, but, based on the e-mails we've exchanged, they strike me as very cool, very smart, and very dedicated people.
But I digress. The subject of this post is MUSICAL SHIVERS. And here's the scoop. Justin wrote:
There have been many instances in my life where music has actually sent chills down my spine. Deep chills. Wonderful chills. When was the last time this happened to you? The first time?Insired, I wrote a lengthy response, which you can find here: musical shivers.