“Being an intellectual creates a lot of questions and no answers.”-Janis Joplin
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…is eclectic. I compiled the playlist earlier tonight, and had a finger in nearly every pie. While there are several Scottish or Scottish-born musicians in the mix, my goal was to keep the list as unpredictable and interesting as possible. We’ll see how well I succeeded on Friday. Want a sneak peek? Continue reading
Joe Strummer, from The Future is Unwritten.
“Without people, you’re nothing.”
Too obvious, right? We experienced an earthquake early this afternoon. Registering at 4.3, it was felt in such faraway places as Georgia and North Carolina. This is where my mind went.
Right after it went here.
No commentary is necessary.
I love Truman Capote. He makes me giddy. His writing-when he was at his best, when he cared enough to really try-is sublime. I could listen to his voice all day long. No, I could listen to his voice all the live long day. Enjoy these Capote-themed goodies from Etsy.
I adore the photograph embedded in this necklace. It’s probably my favourite of Capote. If I wore this piece, I’d spend too much time fiddling with it like a toy.
A nice little card with a quote from Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Colourful, kitschy print (11×17).
This July, 1972 edition of Cosmopolitan features the article Truman Capote by Truman Capote.
This is the soundtrack to the Truman Capote/Harold Arlen musical, House of Flowers. Starring Pearl Bailey, it was recorded in 1954.
A Penguin Books edition of The Grass Harp.
I came across this whilst wandering around Half Price Books last night. It called my name to the scream of a punk beat. “I’m yours, yours, YOURS, Maeeedezzzzzzzzzzz!”
How could I resist, especially on the eve of Joe’s birthday?
He would have been 60 years old today.
*From Clash City Rockers by The Clash