Instead, it got number three and now it's dead. In six weeks it will be forgotten. That's not my fault, it's her awful album. A similar fate awaited Ani DiFranco with her turd of an album earlier this year.
The New York Times reports Carly Simon is writing her life story . . . for whatever reason . . . I'm doing Gladys Knight and the Pips' "You're the Best Thing." Carly's writing her life story because someone she thought was a friend, in the words of Diana Ross, "turned my life into a paperback novel" ("Mirror Mirror"). It'll be published by Random House. She hopes to complete it by year's end. (I will be reading it the day it comes out. If I don't see it before then. It's Random House so I probably will see it before then.)
POLITICO blogs about a Jackson Browne interview. In it, he notes his disappointment with Barack. But still plans to vote for him! Jackson, what about the children killed by the drone attacks?
In 1989, I saw him in concert (I've seen him before and since) and he took "Cocaine" and modified it. He added, "But I wouldn't have been a user, not even for a day, if you could have shown me how I was turning a profit for the CIA . . ."
Jackson, children have died in this illegal Drone War. You know better.
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"