Wal-Mart is still the top-grossing spectator sport in the South, far in excess of NASCAR. Especially when one wanders through the local Wal-Mart to peek at what’s in the various, strategically-placed bargain bins. CD’s and DVD’s have been the latest and most popular fire-lane obstructions in the chain’s loss-leader marketing.
On Thursday, I think I might have made two significant cultural discoveries in a CD bin – possible the two shortest, commercially released music CD’s in U.S. history: Kenny G Super Hits and Vanilla Ice Greatest Hits.
Keep your feet on the ground, and keep reaching for the stars . . . .
I have to take a break from Palin and McCain, given that I’m so underwhelmed with their collective intellectual, spiritual and philosophical depth. So why not a little more Electric Light Orchestra, before they went irreversably disco and dance? ~M will share my creeping nostalgia, and Stiletto can shake her head at the old folks.
Hey, it was cool when I was in high school . . .
Ocean Breakup/New World Rising and Dreaming of 4000
You can either go down to the Walmart and listen to the muzak or dig this . . .
Green Flower Street
Rikki Don’t Lose That Number
I wish I still had all my old vinyl. The downside of getting old – CD covers are not as enjoyable as vinyl jackets.
And yep, I had all of them . . . .