I have a Tumblr for reasons that I never understood. It was just a thing to get, and a direct violation of my actual purpose in having a single blog with my name on it. But there’s a problem that’s never quite been satisfied.
I had, at one of my old dead blogs, a music writing project that I tried to import here and never fully did. I never fully did because my life got twist-turned upside down when I became a dad, and summoning the eloquence to write about R.E.M. and the Rolling Stones felt like work. And when you’re a blogger, work doesn’t feel right.
So I’m going to re-charge the project. I’m going to rate and review all of my CD’s. In the following order:
- By Genre
- Within Genre, alphabetically by Artist Name
- Within Artist, chronologically by release date.
It’s called Every.Damn. CD. and what’s going to make it change is I’m not going to try for eloquence or knock myself out for insight. Every disc gets a paragraph, a grade, and a youtube link if I happen to feel like it. I’ll go for knocking them out once or twice a week or so.
I’ve got a diverse music collection and I used to care about it. Let’s see if anything interesting falls therefrom.
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