Wonder how many couples had to be talked out of using "In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins for their couple's dance.
Worse, I wonder how many weren't.
As part of this year's title audit, uploading "Immortal Clay" books to draft2digital and PublishDrive so I can get them in all the smaller stores.
They both ask: "Does this book contain adult content?"
Me: "Well... no. Not in the way *you* mean, at least. But by all you hold sacred, don't give it to children."
"THIS IS A YES OR NO QUESTION, SIR. WE GAVE YOU A TOGGLE FOR A REASON."
"No. It doesn't."
I'm gonna have to create the afterlife just so I can burn there, aren't I?
Or if you prefer to download it / not use Youtube:
I absolutely adore Neeme Järvi's tenure with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, especially with their focus on American composers and little-known composers:
I would have never sought out William Grant Still had it not been for the DSO's recording.
"By 1831 his health deteriorated, with a painful cancer of the rectum, and he traveled back to London for medical attention. He returned to Russia by way of France (where, after first hearing one of Franz Liszt's assaults on the keyboard, he asked his neighbor, "Does he bite?")
According to an eyewitness report, when asked on his deathbed what his religion was, Field replied with a characteristic pun: "I am not a Calvinist, but a Claveciniste (French for harpsichordist)."
I seriously doubt this CD is worth over $3,000:
Dear artist putting out CDs in 2019.
Hi. Remember when it was really cool to make clear-backed plastic jewel cases so you could see some artwork behind the CD? I remember being wowed when that first came out.
Trouble is I have literally not had any luck in the past decade of opening one of them and not having it be either shattered, broken, or something else just so I could see artwork that was either a lazy copy of the back of the CD jacket or some advertisement.
Please stop it. Hugs.
Octodon is a nice general purpose instance. more