I try to not post about the same thing in two consecutive entries, but it’s hard to do when ALL I’ve been watching and listening to is S&G-related, haha. Anyway, I posted another entry that I’ve been working on for a while, and since it’s not one of the more exciting ones, I’m ok with it just being filler between two Paul Simon posts, hahah.
So I found the following video the other day…It’s about the recording of Graceland (there are others too, like Who’s Next, Dark Side of the Moon, Disraeli Gears, etc.). It’s fascinating! All of Paul Simon’s albums are so well-produced and it’s awesome to see how many different elements can go into one song alone. I can’t believe I never really heard those backing vocals before…they are so obviously there! I love discovering new things in songs I’ve heard countless times. I really don’t think I will ever tire of Graceland…It is seriously one of the best albums ever.
Also, I had this saved in a notepad document and decided to do it because I was slightly bored:
Using only song names from ONE ARTIST, cleverly answer these questions.
Pass it on to at least 10 people and include me. You can’t use the band I used. Try not to repeat a song title. It’s a lot harder than you think!
Pick your Artist:
Paul Simon, of course
Are you a male or female?
I Am A Rock
How do you feel:
59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)
Describe where you currently live:
If you could go anywhere, where would you go:
All Around the World Or the Myth Of Fingerprints
Your favorite form of transportation:
Train in the Distance
Your best friend is:
Still Crazy After All These Years
What’s the weather like:
Favorite time of day:
Well, not Wednesday Morning 3 a.m.…and not really Late in the Evening but it’s pretty much the only one that’d work, haha
If your life was a TV show, what would it be called:
…just because I like the name :)
What is life to you:
Crazy Love, Vol. II
What is the best advice you have to give:
Keep the Customer Satisfied
Thought for the Day:
I Know What I Know
How I would like to die:
My soul’s present condition:
(peaceful as a) Hurricane Eye
Have A Good Time
And finally, here is a video of scary bearded Paul Simon accepting a Grammy. Who is the announcer woman? She scares me too.
1 thought on “the way we look to a distant constellation”
Lots of posts on Paul Simon lately…listen, to the sound, of silence