Waterin’ the Plants: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace

28 May

Surprised to see me again? Oh, don’t worry, I’m not staging a coup or anything. Just here to water the plants.

As promised by Matt, I am here to make sure the blog doesn’t keel over and die while Matt is out wandering the desert for 40 years 10 days. Now I won’t pretend to be as good as writer as Matt, or anywhere near as knowledgeable in the field of music as he is, but while I’m here feeding the cat and letting out the dog I figured I would at least try to make some interesting music posts.

I guess I’ll start off by mentioning the song that’s been trapped in my head for the past few days: Rilo Kiley’s All The Good That Won’t Come Out off of their 2002 album The Execution of All Things. It’s a pretty good song with some pretty good lyrics and an interesting sound that more or less typifies Rilo Kiley. Now I’m not asking you to completely follow in my footsteps here, but this is the first song I’ve ever heard from Rilo Kiley, and I now would rank them within my top 10 favorite bands. So give it a listen and hopefully you’ll enjoy it as much as I did…

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Stay tuned, sports fans, ’cause that post gave me an idea. You will find my next entry to be remarkably similar…

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One Response to “Waterin’ the Plants: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace”

  1. Matt Coleman May 28, 2010 at 10:15 am #

    Let me just say oops to start off. Apparently, I thought I left to the key to the blog underneath the small rock in the front yard, but, I was mistaken. I just got home from my Israeli journey this morning. It was an amazing 10 days and I even have an Israeli-related post that will introduce me back to the blogosphere.

    How about a big internet round of applause for Anthony! I will be back to posting on Monday. So, this weekend will be Anthony’s. Get ready for another Anthony post tomorrow and I can’t wait to post soon

    Your humble court jester,

    Matt

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