For valentine's day, let's listen to a bit of Gregory Orr's lyric sequence Orpheus & Eurydice. Let's listen to his head sing as it floats gently downsteam. She? She was a waterfall.
A tarot card inspires a song....which I cut (sliced? slashed?) from my record. Hearts, harts, knights, nights and more...
Three demi-gods, now living in Brooklyn, on love and failed relationships.
It's been a long time since I've released a cosmic dream radio episode. I explain why, and do penance with a straight-up reading of T.S. Eliot's "Ash Wednesday."
I turn Mark Strand's poem THE END into a house/trance tune. But I read it to you nice and normal-like first.
a song sad about love and art. with fireworks and an inside groove.
bleakness must exist. better keep your coat, lover.
I make an "Audio Intro" all professional like then ruin it by sounding like a young college radio host.
the hellhound of hades wants someone to play with. a radio poem with the blues. and three-head harmony!
a radio poem about love and failure when they're basically the same thing.
sing, woman, sing. deer crash through windows. hell hounds want to play. this crappy bar? you've been here before. nothing's changed. let's turn this basement into a club. everyone's looking for someplace to go.