hearing aid

  • Matt and Kim -

    Matt and Kim: Grand
    Brooklyn duo that reminds me of Mates of State (only she plays drums, he plays piano, and their music is better). I made the mistake of listening to the track "don't slow down" while bombing down some single track the other day... Solid and catchy from beginning to end, though the songs all sound a little similar. (****)

  • Dawn Landes -

    Dawn Landes: Dawn's Music
    Low-fi post punk accordion noise pop with a cherry center. (***)

  • I'm from Barcelona - Who Killed Harry Houdini?

    Who Killed Harry Houdini?
    I'm from Barcelona: Who Killed Harry Houdini?

    Sophomore effort is more murky and mysterious, but still enjoyable and light. Ophelia needs a bicycle. (***)

  • The Slip -

    The Slip: Eisenhower
    Wilco with more soul, if you can believe it. Hailing from Boston, I saw them play Sasquatch in 2007. They made it there after a monster 24 hour plus drive the night before. Ever the musician, I witnessed Brad Barr jamming on his lonely guitar sitting on the back of a moving van in a field late that night after their set. Another golden music moment. I still see legions of "Guitar Heroes" every time I hear "Even Rats." (****)

  • The Cool Kids -

    The Cool Kids: Bake Sale
    This is the music the Beasties would have made if they were black and rode low rider bicycles. But they don't, so they didn't, so the Cool Kids had to. (***)

  • Mates of State -

    Mates of State: Re-arrange Us
    I like drums. There are some pretty good drums on this album, though their last one may have been better. Husband and wife team--drums and keyboard. (***)

  • Frightened Rabbit -

    Frightened Rabbit: The Midnight Organ Fight
    I've been listening to this quite a bit lately. A little poppy with a Scottish accent every once in a while. Pretty good. (***)

  • Operation Ivy -

    Operation Ivy: Energy
    So, invigorated by the last entry, I strolled further down memory lane to this little gem. CJ3 knows what I'm talkin' bout. As good as I remember. (*****)

  • B.A.D. -

    B.A.D.: This is big audio dynamite
    I don't know why I got the urge to hunt this album down on rhapsody and drop it on my mp3 player but I did, and I kind of liked it while skiing the other day. I think I'll keep it for awhile. Mick Jones was cool beyond the 1980's. (***)

  • Eels -

    Eels: Blinking Lights and other Revelations
    New to me, this is a double CD from about two years back with a mix of downbeat and soulful songs by "E" Everett. Regarded as a landmark album, I think it will probably be a 5 star after a few more listens. (****)

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February 02, 2008



So glad you can have time to act like a little kid again. I believe you are the only one to be injured skiing, remember Alta/Snowbird at Thanksgiving?
Your injuries are getting higher!


So can you take your own x-rays, or do you have to have someone do it for you? It's kind of like when you wonder if your barber or hairdresser cuts their hair...just curious.

Oh, and I'm glad to hear that you're okay.:-)


wow, that's an epic day. glad the rib wasn't busted. I took a rib to the coping at a concrete park last spring, it takes forever for ribs to heal as it turns out. And yeah, to reiterate Sijbrich's question, did you snap that picture yourself? can you take pictures of my back bone?


Good thing you chose skiing AND medicine. They go together quite nicely. ;-) Just kidding. Glad you're feeling better and got to experience the first several hours of an epic day.

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