Skyway

The Replacements were a rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, in 1979. They disbanded in 1991 but reunited briefly from 2012-2015. “Skyway” originally appeared on Pleased to Meet Me, the band’s fifth studio album, released in 1987. I came to know the song as it is featured on the soundtrack for the musical drama-comedyContinue reading “Skyway”

La Lune

Mid-October, 2000. We were months past the dreaded Y2K changeover from 1999 to 2000. I was into the second year of my first government job, taking on new tasks and roles, trying to earn permanent placement, which wouldn’t happen for nearly two more years, and not long before a new, enticing and permanent position cameContinue reading “La Lune”

Strange Little Girl

When one of our boys played the Tori Amos CD, Strange Little Girls in 2001, I was immediately intrigued by each of the 12 songs on the album, all of which are covers. I later found they were all intended as reinterpretations from a female perspective, on songs written by men.  I didn’t realize untilContinue reading “Strange Little Girl”

Jubilee Street

(Warning: video contains a cuss word.) It’s been less than two years since I got onto Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds; whoa, what was I missing! I have some of his music but have to admit I don’t like all of it. I’m not partial to his murder ballads, but there are songs IContinue reading “Jubilee Street”