'I lose myself in Chinese art and American girls ...' (The Bus 3.8)
“Ever changing lineup” is an understatement...I call “The Top” Robert Smith’s solo album!
I can almost hear Mr. Steadman and my thermodynamics professor (who had a slightly different version of the quote) saying that now. I really need to get going with work email...
Soundtrack of my college years! I’m off on another Bus-induced binge ...
Wonder what Ned is doing these days? Nice quote from him. Two more Cure favorites are In Between Days and A Forest. They were great when I saw them in 1990 but I have to wonder how good the live music is 33 years on.
I'm delighted how I'm never quite sure what you'll cover next! Lately your topics have really resonated that much more for me for some reason and so I enjoyed this one. I'm not a huge Cure fan but I do enjoy a number of their songs. Side note: one of the silliest and funniest things I've heard on the radio is when XTC's Andy Partridge was a guest on a Los Angeles radio show back in the late 80s/early 90s and Andy pokes fun at poor Robert Smith.
Love the shoutout to Mr. Steadman. Teachers at all levels were probably the most influential people in my life.