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Parker Posey

these are the lyrics to my new song Parker Posey. it's written from the perspective of an (asshole) writer / director who's pitching a movie to Parker, the one he feels will transform her from an indie goddess to a mainstream success. his intentions are good, but it becomes somewhat of a back -handed flattery. the song is in 4/4, key of F# Minor-

Parker Posey, this is your movie
I know how believable you'll be
that's why you landed the lead
it's Pretty Woman meets Clockwork Orange
it's Parker...

auspicious

song of the day: whateve song it is that has the lyrics:
kept on lookin' for the sun in the middle of the night
but i couldn't see the light, no i couldn't see the light
kept on lookin' for a way to take me through the night,

Love Remembering Itself

song of the day: sooner or later (English Beat)
word of the day: cacophony

set lists from DVD shoot

here is the set lists from the DVD shoots (both nights with a band, Matt Keil on drums, Chad Phillips on bass, Stu on guitars)

saturday, june 26th:

Is
Savoring Samsara
Sexy Messiah
Dresden
Seven Wonders
Babies
Flower Of A Zero
Progress
Immanence
Amsterdam
Sugar Bullets
Invincible
Glass
Anasthesia Necrophilia
Alms
Ladder
Echoes
Faultlines
Eclipse
Dive
Smoke
Fall Awake
Rock Stars
Stephen's Exhibition
Pump It Up (Elvis Costello cover)
Doppelganger
Universe Communion

Sunday, June 27th

Bell
Anasthesia Necrophilia
Wizard
Jonah
Rock Stars
Pump It Up
Human Girl

David Byrne

had a dream last night that david byrne came to my show to check me out, and a string of technical difficulties continually delayed my start time and pissed him off. the equipment wouldn't work, the bass player was missing, then finally we get on stage, half of the microphone (yes, only half) is missing, then the mic stand was collapsing and the levers were stripped so it couldn't be tightened. david got more upset, i grew discombobulated. i never actually got to start the show. so it goes.

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