morning babble / Friday 04-15-22
This is the scribble that leads to the babble. Sometimes, it gets tidied up; but other times, not so much. When all else fails: watch the video!
3 Day Fast ended with a Tuna Melt Chaffle . . . and an IPA – Up, Up & Away – it’s a double which is all I needed after a 3 Day Fast.
261 days until EXIT PLAN
The Kids in the Hall originally aired on Comedy Central and CBC in Canada from 1989 to 1995. I’m not going to say them all, but the original cast is back. Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels is attached to the new show as executive producer, A favorite by many – “Crush your Head” guy has to come back:
Loved Scott Thompson’s tweet the other day announcing the return for Season 6. “Sorry it took 27 years.” Coming May 13th to Prime Video – that’s Amazon.
New Music Friday:
- Any song that is titled “Doritos & Fritos” better be good. The band that got their name from a spray paint job on a brick wall – 100 gecs – dropped this single today. It’s a fun song. This is actually their 2nd release from their upcoming album 10000 gecs. Unfortunately, no release date on the full album drop but it does appear to be soon. This one is actually a follow up to the duo’s 2019 debut, 1000 gecs
- Yesterday, Lizzo unveiled a new single, “About Damn Time” – this is the first release from her upcoming album, Special – which is released in its entirety on July 15th.
- Full album drop today from local Philly guy (for me at least) – Kurt Vile. We got a couple singles already, but the one being pushed today is “Flyin (like a fast train)”. The album is called (watch my moves) – which is parenthesis. The new album includes a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Wages of Sin.” Lots of guitar.
- Revisiting the new album release from Father John Misty from last Friday. The album is called – Chloë and The Next 20th Century – and I’m truly loving it. I’ve listened to it just about every night in our house library. Just relaxing and chilling. I love the calming vibe that just pours over me as I listen. Love those types of albums where you’re like “Where did that come from?”
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“My father always said, ‘Never trust anyone whose TV is bigger than their bookshelf.” – by Emilia Clarke