mood: training a dragon to kiss the sky, breakfast with billow… “eat #amen.”
ring: at first flash of Eden, we race down to the sea. standing there… waiting for the sun, waiting for the sun… can you feel it now that spring has come, that it’s time to live in the scattered sun…
Continue reading #andscene: ep. 2.20.27
mood: switching those brights up, #lights up.
ring: ain’t no love, in the heart of the city, ain’t no love in #hollywood town… quite like the spotlight, when the sun goes down…
Continue reading #andscene: ep. 1.24.27
I riffed on Laurel Canyon and Mulholland Drive into a recording device for eight minutes and forty-nine seconds: this is the verbatim transcription.
Okay, fifteen minutes. I’m at Mulholland and Laurel Canyon.
So, I guess the most fitting thing for me to do at this point would be to talk about what Laurel Canyon and Mulholland mean to me. Fifteen minutes. So we’re on the clock, and we’re twenty seconds in: so, to me, Mulholland Laurel Canyon is just The … I wanna say The Fame. Oh. I wanna say The Fame, but it is fame: it’s American fame. What is The Fame to me? Mulholland and Laurel Canyon are Hollywood. It’s Cal – it’s … we’ll figure it out together.
Laurel Canyon is the Hippie Movement, right. It’s this, y’know, makeshift cobblestone ver– y’know, sloping – It’s… this canyon. It’s a canyon. It’s a cavity. It’s a cavity; but it’s the vein, and it’s the artery at the same time. Y’know like, you get traction. Y’know Laurel Canyon is the Hippies, is the Sixties, it’s the counterculture. It’s Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison. Umm, it’s an odd counterculture. It’s very calm and weathered. And then you’ve got Mulholland, which is fame to me.
Continue reading Vinyl Cut Prose: The Crossroads, Laurel Canyon + Mulholland Drive