Friday, August 24, 2007

"Well, you build it up, you wreck it down. . ."

I enjoy Tom Waits more than I can say. His album Mule Variations is stunning, at least for a post-punk, non-disco, non-rock n'roller, non-hippie person such as me. This song gives an indication of the depth of Waits. Waits has made three previous appearances on this blog: with Bono reciting Bukowski; Well it's got to be a Choc-O-late Mary post; and in the very deep (sounding) post entitled Theological/Philosophical Soundings.

So, this constitutes the Friday, Καθολικός διάκονος, traditio.

1 comment:

  1. Very nice. If I had a nice glass of wine it would be just perfect. Too settled in for a trip to the liquor store though. In these parts, that can be an ordeal.

    Guess I'll just have another listen.

    Have a good Friday evening!



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