|VA: Hank Williams--Timeless
||[Sep. 25th, 2001|01:29 am]
Yet another tribute album. There are lots of things you can do with Hank's songs (cf. those Trikont HW cover collections), but they don't do much more than sing them in, say, Bob Dylan's or Johnny Cash's voice. Which only goes so far.|
hi and welcome back. how are you doing?
Thanks--it's good to be back, if a little freaky. Actually got back like a week or so ago, but I've still been getting my brain in order, adjusting to the staggering scariness of the moment, etc. Very glad to hear you're okay, too.
I'm not sure if blathering on w/ record reviews in this journal is still a good idea, but I've got a bunch of nervous energy, and this seems like a good way to direct it.
So which of your instruments can you sorta play vs. really play vs. not play at all?
I'm really bad at responding to things, I apologize. Honestly, I really can't play instruments at all, but i do like the idea of playing them. I really like music and all, but i don't have much talent. I guess I'm more visual than musical. You're a musician too, right? what do you play? And I probably haven't told you, but we have a mutual friend.
and that's all from me now.
2001-10-11 09:14 pm (UTC)
Re: well, thank you!
I pretty much think of myself as a non-musician who sometimes ends up in bands--I play bass sort of decently, guitar kind of badly, and drums very pooorly indeed... who's our mutual pal?
our mutual pal is craig flanagin. you know him, right?
Yeah. Craig's a great guy... I've put out half a dozen records by his bands--!