Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Yaye's got Snow, Tallu's got the rain

This is the view from my bedroom window at the moment. Lot's of rain be fallin and the "cricks" are swelling. There are waterfalls everywhere when it rains. I like the rain...a lot.


Anonymous Yaye said...

Wow! That is right out your window? Can you hear the stream with your windows open?

4:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh yes, always.

4:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


5:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Bless me," expostulated the not-as-young-anymore gentleman, "if it isn't the wonderfulness of teh internets that allows us to be found in this wonderful age! O glorious bandwidth that mine eyes may see the world of friends long removed and twixt space and time! Such radiant electrons called from Zeus' sphere and charged with light and magic! And Lucy, I thought I told you never to call me here!"

PS need to know what you all think of Aerial. please advise

6:34 PM  
Anonymous Yaye said...

Mr. Anonymous -
Welcome! Since you ask, Aerial is bliss. I got soggy from crying so much listening to it, sap that I am. Quite a wait - well worth it to have the Hounds of Love-caliber KB back.

P.S. - Love the Hawaii pics - molten lava rocks!!

10:16 PM  
Anonymous Yaye said...

By the way...listening to my download of "Medulla Oblongata"!! Another musical treat I have missed!!

10:22 PM  
Anonymous parco said...

What a wonderful morning to find Mr. Anonymous has commented. Our first visitor it be. I'll have to check out this Aerial that the two of you speak of. Must buy cantaloupes first as it is very pavolvian for me to listen to Ms. Bush and eat the late summery melon in conjunction.

9:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I must say that I do enjoy the Aerial, but it took a few listens to understand the flow of the CD... it also made me realize that I rarely get to actively listen to music much anymore as opposed to playing it as an acoustic "decoration." At first I liked only a few songs, and was thinking "I waited how many years for this?" but know I am firmly back in the OMG KATE BUSH IS A !*@&!(@# GENIUS camp.

PS- medulla is one of the few giblets from my past that doesn't make me cringe now.... a lot of that stuff I am filing in the embarrassing dept. I don't know how yous all tolerated my insufferable ex-seminary ass. But I have said too much! More "inside" later-

11:58 AM  
Anonymous Tallulah said...

I have permanently filed ALL musical/theatrical masturbatory experiments I have done in the embarrassing department. But I must say Medulla is a mighty kick ass song to this day.

12:41 PM  
Anonymous Yaye said...

I just played "Medulla" at full computer speakers volume (this is the really telling part of this message) about 10 times in a row whilst dancing around my home office and living room, pulling out all my late-80's club geekette moves. It was magical. The dogs barked the whole time.

1:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

aw shucks i is all a twitter now

2:04 PM  
Anonymous Tallulah said...

Here's what be so very sad. I still have my copy on cassette. I have no way of playing it except on old walkman. Yaye...please make cd for me, I too want to dance wildly in my home office to that 7th chord ditty. I wonder if anyone wears a Playboy earring anymore...

3:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that would be a playboy air freshener... ;-)


yikes - talk about embarrassing

Though I still enjoy our Slack-tacular styled "Funky Casserole" as well as some of the LMU stuff. And the chef recommends "Our Man in Nirvana" as well.

Most of the other stuff I really shouldn't have let out dressed like that.

4:39 PM  
Anonymous yaye said...

Excellent recommendations, mon frere! Having just conducted a side-by-side taste test, I can firmly avow that Medulla, Our Man in Nirvana and Funky Casserole are more dynamic, musically interesting and balls-out chunky than anything off of Slack's Bigger Than Breakfast. That's a big pizza pie!

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Tallu said...

Air freshner...that's right, I still see a lot of those around these here parts. Am downloading a bunch o' samsongs. Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....

Better than Slack Bigger than Breakfast? Better than tater tots too? Well, will take a listen...be right back

8:13 PM  
Anonymous Tallulah said...

CURSES...Son's b-room across from office can't play at ear splitting levels like I want. Tomorrow I dance maniacally in thrift store dress...this stuff's great...Funky Casserole hands down beats out breakfast anyday...
It's even better than POSSUM PIE with Squirel Gravy! Or Possum Dixon (remember them?)

8:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watch that girl destroy me?!?!?!
Messers. Zabrecky and Sullivan, if I recall.
Robbie was always very nice to me. Even after he got signed. ;-)

In a strange confluence of coincidence, Robert Sullivan ended up working in the same ad office as Chris O'Flaherty (sam guitarist) in Woodland Hills for a while, and Paul Sullivan (sam guitarist) became principal of the grade school I used to teach at.... both are married with mortgage, though my info for Paul is outdated and I can't seem to locate him.....

yaye, you is making me blush, ma'am!! and tallu too!

hey - wha happen to the stefanivison pic on the front page? or is my browser going koookoo?

8:43 PM  
Anonymous Tallulah said...

Paul and Chris, good to know their married, mortgaged and working. Nice guys, wonder what ever happened to Brian Sullivan Paul's brother. I knew him before I knew of Sam I am. Kind of a kooky guy

Oh the long and winding memory lane

5:33 PM  

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