Last night I dreamed in an interview format. I liked the interview, imaginary though it is, better than any discussion I could add to Neil Diamond’s classic LOVE ON THE ROCKS. This is all a dream, transcribed: Me- Neil, when you wrote the classic 1970s love ballad Love On The Rocks, tell us man, was thatContinue reading “The Neil Diamond Dream Interview – Love On The Rocks /”I don’t listen to music when I’m sad””
When James “Jim” Deluva comes back to New Jersey, secretly, a full month before Christmas, one knows everything with the reclusive genius producer, code name Jim Deluva, things are going to get interesting on Route 1, from the ping pong halls of Douglass to the biology library at one Princeton’s freshman dorms. Turns out JamesContinue reading “tempo maps and the fiasco: Deluva Is Back In Town, Playing the Cover Songs, looking for a simple tempo guide to play Kodachrome by Paul Simon. We did it alone by desperation!”
To me, this is a song for the baby boomer set – people born before John Fitzgerald Kennedy was president.