Musician Id Guinness released his “Cure for the Common Crush” album a few months ago and I’ve been listening to it a lot because I seem to get more out of it with every listen. Yesterday while listening to the title track from Id’s album I was looking at the tons of Obama event photos on Flickr taken by people across the country. Here’s a video I made representing the experience. What do you think of it?
Do you admire the attitude of explorers? They are the people who risk life and limb to find what lies at the edge of our grasp. Fascination with shipwrecks and UFO sightings on Lake Superior inspired “Where The Truth Lies,” the new album by rock musician Jeremy Rowe.
Jeremy brought over his acoustic guitar and we talked about his new album, including stories behind the music. I like this album a lot. I think you will, too. Jeremy’s serious attitude about music is nicely balanced with his sense of humor in life.
In the Shadows (single from the album) Where the Truth Lies (inspired by a UFO / Air Force incident over Lake Superior in 1953) In My Element (Tranquility, herb-friendly, and one of Jeremy’s favorite songs, – Jeremy imagines what visiting another world might be like) Sing it Through Me (sounds like this song is about a girl, but it isn’t. Jeremy explains the twist) Northern Star (this begins with a live acoustic performance and transitions to the album version)
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