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  1. Someone who’s not afraid of quoting “Crush on You”. I admire your courage. Welcome!
  2. It just popped up on YouTube as a suggested video.
  3. Apologies if this has been posted elsewhere but this is a really good, albeit short, interview I’ve just come across. It’s so rare to come upon interviewers who ask meaningful, honest questions like these.
  4. I thought interstitial was a pretty common well known word... I liked Bruce in this. More than I did when he went on Colbert or that insufferable Fallon. I think if Bruce wanted to play, he would have played. I was hoping that eventually we’d get a solo version of Midnight Motel but I guess I’ll have to keep waiting.
  5. So many... I think the list is artists I played the most last year on Spotify included Bob Dylan, Lucinda Williams, Gun Club, White Stripes, Townes Van Zandt, Otis Redding, Dr. John, Velvet Underground, Suicide, 16 Horsepower, Reigning Sound, Oblivians, Beatles, Wilson Picket, Felice Brothers, The Stooges, Fats Domino, Big Freedia, Cheeky Blakk, Ryan Adams, IDLES...
  6. Queen were never any good. U2 are unbearable. Radiohead are the most overrated band in history. David Bowie is boring. The Smiths are only kind of ok if you don’t listen to more than one song in a row. Southside Johnny is painfully cheesy. I’m a better guitar player than Tom Morello or Nils Lofgren.
  7. “Well my daddy taught me how to walk quiet And how to make my peace with the Past And I learned real good to tighten up inside And I don’t say nothing unless I’m asked” Those are among my favourite Bruce lines of all time.
  8. This is my least favourite song off of the album. It’s the high “in sundoooooown” parts that I can’t stand. The rest of it is pretty good. I do like the video but I think it makes it pretty obvious that, at least the first high “in sundoooown” was overdubbed. That’s a shame...
  9. Just whatched this documentary about Glenn Campbell’s last tour and his battle with Alzheimer’s. There are a couple of Bruce appearances but that’s just a detail in a very moving film. I really loved it and was very touched by it.