Archive for October, 2006

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

Photo: Lou Reed (seated) with fellow songwriter Paul Simon, circa 1982 Saturday night, while having a drink at the neighborhood bar, Lou Reed’s “Dirty Blvd.” came drifting out of the Jukebox, darting past the bad Halloween costumed drunkards and landed right in my glass. An immensely satisfying surprise at 12:20 a.m., the tune got me […]

Monday, October 30th, 2006

photo credit: john vanderlslice While dropping Eric Bachman’s name in this earier post I later realized I had yet to feature anything concerning Bachman’s own 2006 release on here. For shame, as To The Races more than deserves it’s own ink on the Drunkard. Recorded solo, in a hotel in North Carlolina’s Outer Banks, To […]

Friday, October 27th, 2006

It’s been quite some time since An Aquarium Drunkard has had the opportunity to feature anything Wilco related, which in a way is a shame given the blog’s namesake. Directed by the Burn To Shine ducu-series creators, Brendan Canty and Christoph Green, Sunken Treasure does an impressive job establishing the live experience for the viewer, […]

Thursday, October 26th, 2006

photo credit: john graboff American icon, performer, storyteller and marijuana-reform advocate, Willie Nelson has an album slated for a Halloween release next Tuesday. Normally I wouldn’t get too terribly excited about such news as, in my opinion, ole Willie has been phoning it in for some time now (see: last few records) collaborating with all […]

Thursday, October 26th, 2006

Welcome to Episode 17 of the podcast edition of The Aquarium Drunkard Show; airing live every Wednesday 2-4 p.m. PST at the Little Radio studios in downtown L.A. As requested, below is the tracklisting order for this week’s podcast. Prompted/inspired by a Lambchop show a few weeks ago here in L.A. I decided to continue […]

Wednesday, October 25th, 2006

Recorded in Micah’s hometown of Abilene, TX, it’s a small wonder we’re even getting to hear this album so soon after Hinson’s debilitating back surgery following his European tour earlier in the year. I suppose all that time on the mend must be an agent of creativity as …And The Opera Circuit comes on strong. […]

Wednesday, October 25th, 2006

When it comes to my turntable and vinyl collection — with all this 21st century technology at hand — I can be a little lazy, leaving an album on for a month at a time (or more) without changing it up. But, this also means that whatever record is on the table then becomes the […]