Saturday, September 30, 2006


You know what I love? I love reading Jeffery Overstreet's movie reviews while listening to Canon in D Major.

Heck, I love doing almost anything while listening to Canon in D.

You know what else I love? Bob Dylan's voice. I'm serious. To slightly borrow from Eriol, maybe you can sing better than Bob Dylan, but you sure as heck can't sing like him. Zimmie conveys more human emotion with his broken, scratched-up-record of a voice than I've ever heard come from Josh Groban's perfect pipes. And that's the truth.


Anonymous said...

I agree. I leave you with this:

You may be a preacher with your spiritual pride,
You may be a city councilman taking bribes on the side,
You may be workin' in a barbershop, you may know how to cut hair,
You may be somebody's mistress, may be somebody's heir

But you're gonna have to serve somebody

Conan Leblanc said...

I hate Canon in D, ever since I first played it.

It has a notoriously boring cello part that has ruined my enjoyment of the piece ever since.

Nicole said...

I love Canon in D. I can't believe I'd forgotten about it! It's the perfect wedding processional.