Sunday, November 2, 2008

5:30 PM, All Dark in Chester County

I've been sitting at my computer since about 1:30 this afternoon. It's fall mix CD time and that requires my immediate attention today. The bathroom and kitchen are a little less tidy than i'd like, but this is far more pressing. Mr. Harvey Portveurte dropped, 'The Fall Classic' on me when he swung in from Chicago last week and its tight. It's not that we compete in these mix CD matters, but more we inspire each other to shake the laziness off and stay in our apartments for entire days handpicking tunes for our CDs. I've got my title, i've got my prinicple photography done, and i've got an intro plus 6 tracks worked out. I think i'll spice things up here at Grain Bill and upload the mix when its done. I'm giving like that in these days of Autumn and World Effing Championships.

For now, you get two songs that've been stuck in my head all weekend.





In closing, Parkerford Brewing embodies the spirit of fall.

6 comments:

Adam said...

Parkerford Brewing...

You said it all!

tom foley said...

you're all welcome to come help with the clean-up. Except Adam, he did his part when he showed up Friday.

Dr Joel said...

You mean those mannequins aren't in the yard year round??

I'm available post-tasting tonight if you still need a hand.

Leigh said...

Dude, not only do you have great taste in beer, you have excellent taste in Music. Fleet Foxs are great, and as for Iron & Wine...awesome. I met Sam when he played in Leeds last year and he was gracious to the hilt. Would have loved to have taken him to a pub and bought the guy a beer. Somehow, I know he'd have enjoyed it.

Dr Joel said...

His writing is what blows me away the most, he uses a lot of phrases that you don't hear very often and sets a scene like few others can.

Keep your eyes open for Fallen Bach, my fall mixtape which i'll be streaming here at Grain Bill as soon as its done.

Leigh said...

totally!