Saturday, November 17, 2007
We want you here at home with the masters that you own and your comfortable headphones
That Georgie James album is great on an early afternoon drive back from D.C., the window open despite the temperature. I'll say this much more about the album: its charms are obvious, but I'm wondering if they're more than just superficial. I've left a wake of albums that sounded great on the first few listens but didn't really hold up past then. I wonder if its trextured enough to hold up over time. But songs like "Cake Parade," "Need Your Needs," "More Lights," and "Cheap Champagne" have been treating me well, so why analyze it more than necessary?