The end always comes eventually. Whether it’s Galactus chowing down on your planet’s resources or the sun setting on another day or the last bite of a big meat sandwich, you gotta stop somewhere.
This new tune (a new tune? WOAH!) is a good ending, I think. Maybe try listening to it while your driving home and it’s dark and the lights are coming on and maybe also it’s cold outside. Or, you could use it as your alarm to get up to in the morning at the end of a long night’s sleep of tossing and turning and waking up every 2 hours because your cat is in the Christmas tree again.
It’s a good song for a lot of different times, see? Now have a listen.
Galactus Is Coming also features Andy Trebing on lead guitar parts, which, I think, really make this song easy to float into and get lost.
It’s possible I may squeeze in a couple more song releases before the end of the year, so be on the lookout for those. You can always subscribe to my blog and get post reminders in your email if you don’t want to visit Music Vomit every day like most people don’t.
How about this? A new version, recorded in July 2018, of an old tune, recorded in May 2013, about the month of April, and I’m releasing it in December.
Makes perfect sense!
On this tune you get to hear the beginnings of a new collaboration I’m working on with Andy Trebing. We’ve been writing songs and composing music for a few months now. He’s got some cool tunes of his own and the mix of our two individual sounds goes together pretty good.
ANYWAY, just listen to the song, okay?
This one has some upright bass, played by Andy, and some backing ambient, droney (yes, that’s how you spell droney) guitar, also played by Andy.
And that’s it. First release in 2018. In December. Mid-December. I have 2 weeks to write and release 100 more songs to get back on track. I CAN DO IT.
The Talkin’ Headline Blues is a weekly series of recordings using unedited headlines from CNN.com written as a song. This week’s topic: Russian Kiss.
Consider giving a loved one a Russian kiss while listening to this week’s Talkin’ Headline
Talkin’ Headline haiku
Trump detains Miss Iceland.
He kissed Kellyanne.
American sued mysterious minority ban.
Far-right is a Texas Russia.
I looked it up. A Russian kiss is when you put an ice cube in your mouth and then deeply and passionately kiss another person until you can force the ice cube from your mouth into their mouth. SOUNDS FUN!
Got me thinking, though. What would an American kiss be like? Maybe very patriotic. An American kiss would absolutely stand up for the national anthem at a baseball game. Maybe, also, it would make sure it was only between one man and one woman. And it wouldn’t think about if the man or the woman (or both!) were transgender. And no American kissing in bathrooms. Also, in order to become a citizen on the U.S.A. you have to pass some extreme kiss vetting. This means you have to produce a perfect American kiss onto the big chunky ass cheek of our very esteemed President Trump.
I bet, though, that since kissing is probably a preexisting condition, an American kiss isn’t that great. Because no one practices it very much because no one wants to be denied the basic human right of health care for some silly, stupid reason.
Aren’t we all ugly orphans at some point in our lives? Probably there are even more times than just one that you feel like that. Alone, cold, unwanted, made to sit in a corner facing the wall.
But at least you weren’t in debt to a foreign government during that time. At least you weren’t the most visible person on the planet. At least you got through it and came out the other side in the warm embrace of someone who showed you love, instead of in a prison cell of one type or another.
The Talkin’ Headline Blues is a weekly series of recordings using unedited headlines from CNN.com written as a song. This week’s topic: Trump Snakes.
Listen to this week’s Talkin’ Headline to hear the hiss of Trump snakes
Talkin’ Headline haiku
11 official Trump snakes.
Vote sparks history exercise.
Killing orcas and people.
How video takes you.
Have you ever seen a snake in it’s natural habitat? Better yet, have you ever seen one somewhere that it doesn’t belong?
I saw a diamondback rattlesnake out west in Arizona on a trip with my family last summer. I still think about the way it undulated in the desert sand. How quick it scuttled out of view under a scraggle of brush.
I often wonder what that snake would do if it had to sit at a desk all day, or if it had to sign papers that it was unable to comprehend. I bet it’d get pretty bored and filled with anxiety. It might even lash out and tug at the arm of a visiting dignitary from a foreign country. Just to make it feel at home.
Either way, I’m sure the snake would be able to maintain it’s leathery and scaly skin, due to the many hours spent alone in the barren wastes of the desert.