Re: catching the love bus
Date: Wed 03 Jul 2002 - 05:55:51 PDT
I can get depressed by Love Bus if I'm in the wrong mood, but I still love it. Condition Blue has that transcendence of pain quality - I think Pat was right on when he compared it to Music for a New Society by John Cale... I've never heard Western Family so I'm not qualified to comment on that one.
>From: "Doug English" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: catching the love bus
>Date: Tue, 02 Jul 2002 12:27:23 +0000
>I don't know why, but while I like some individual songs on it, Love Bus as
>a whole depresses me. Yet Condition Blue, which SHOULD depress me, is one
>my favorites. Strange. But hell, I acutally like Western Family (on a long
>drive late at night in the summer nothing much beats it) and no one else
>seems to, so obviously I can't be trusted.
>>From: "Numb Angel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: catching the love bus
>>Date: Mon, 01 Jul 2002 21:05:35 -0400
>>Actually, Love Bus is my second favorite Butcher album - Condition Blue
>>a slight edge into first place cos it hangs together a bit better for me
>>an album. But Love Bus has so many of my favorite JBC songs - Whaddya?,
>>Rosemary D - both versions - Ghosts, Ben, Penguins, and those glorious
>>covers of Everybody's Talking and Do You Wanna Dance? Yeah I do.
>>Dear god, I've agreed with Patrick Smith about something, I must go kill
>>myself now. -Angel
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