An Eclectic Gastronomy of Sound
It’s a big brunch today, as the chef is going to be taking a little vacation – a recipe reconnaissance, you could say – for a couple of weeks.
There’s a lot of good stuff to fill you up today, though. The lazy warm mocha coffee of Glen Hansard; the starburst rainbow fruit salad (heavy on limes) of “She Brings the Sunlight”; the plump rows of beets (beats?) in Rush’s garden; the granola and soy milk of The Dreaming Spires; the free form scrambled eggs of Annette Peacocok’s “Pony”, the burnt grits of “Oh Well”, and the soothing syrupy pancakes of “An Ending (Ascent) II”.
Watch out though, that pancake syrup can really jam up your computer keyboard, not to mention it’s effect on record player needles. A stack of pancakes does make for beautiful music, however.
Glen Hansard – Love Don’t Leave Me Waiting (from Rhythm and Repose, 2012):
Richard Hawley – “She Brings the Sunlight” (from Standing at the Sky’s Edge, 2012):
Rush– “The Garden” (from Clockwork Angels, 2012):
The Dreaming Spires – “Not Every Song From the Sixties is a Classic” (from Brothers in Brooklyn, 2012):
Annette Peacock– Pony (from I’m the One, 2012 reissue – original 1972) (I don’t know who the girl in the picture is – not Annette, though):
Billy Gibbons & Co. – “Oh Well” (from Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac, 2012)
Icebreaker– “An Ending (Ascent) II” (from Apollo, 2012) (reinterpretation of Brian Eno/Daniel Lanois 1983 album Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks):