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Friday, February 6, 2009

Food for Thought #3

Appetizer: What was the last song that got stuck in your head?

Well, I had no idea what the name of this song was. So I typed in lyrics and discovered it is "Dyer Maker" by Led Zeppelin. I apparently do not know the name of ANY Led Zep song. I keep having to ask Beccano and Parker what the names of the ones they play are. Anyway, this song is in my head right now. "Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, you don't have to go-o."

Soup: What does that song make you think of?

Triskelion, the band Beccano and Parker are currently in. I love all the band member drama, rehearsal issues and equipment lugging. It's what I wish I could have done in high school. But nooooo, I sang a lot of madrigals.

Salad: What is your favorite song in a language other than your native tongue?

"Lo siento mi vida," sung by Linda Ronstadt.

Entré: If video killed the radio star, will the Internet kill Literature?

Really. That's a question? Things will continue to change and (dare I say) evolve, and the kinds of literary experiences people have may differ. But, humans love to tell stories and listen to stories. That won't stop.

Dessert: What was the last thing you read for the pleasure of reading?

Rolling Stone or Car & Driver magazine. I forget which is the last one. Interesting. I listed physical objects. The last thing I read for fun was someone's blog. I love reading little snippets of other people's lives.

2 comments:

Dragonfly said...

Did I miss the last Food for Thought?

Now thanks to the list, the last song stuck in my head is going to be "Video Killed the Radio Star"

Suna said...

I just read a great essay that answers the Entre question. Please read if you are interested--it is by Roger Ebert:

http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2009/02/ending_up_in_a_kind_of_soundle.html