Monthly Archives: September 2014
Today was the last day of the 2014 baseball season for my beloved Boston Red Sox. This year’s team suffered from the same kind of inconsistent pitching and lackluster hitting that continually cursed the Red Sox teams that I grew … Continue reading
Here in New Hampshire, Summer lingers.
“Little Martha” is a fingerstyle acoustic guitar instrumental piece created by Duane Allman. Duane recorded it as an acoustic guitar duet with Allman Brothers bandmate Dickey Betts in October, 1971. “Little Martha” was released on The Allman Brothers’ album Eat … Continue reading
Most recently, I found Christine Miller again, this time hanging on a wall. On Sunday, August 24, 2014, my very good friend and cousin Jack and I spent a thoroughly enjoyable and, yes, enlightening day at the Thomas Edison National … Continue reading
The next place that I found Christine Miller was in a box. Not long after reading Perfecting Sound Forever: An Aural History of Recorded Music by Greg Milner, I embarked on a little musical recordings shopping trip through an area known as … Continue reading