first five show weekend and the best television ever…

i dig these five show weekends…ok, i’ve only done one…but i like how much yer forced to learn about the piece by doing it so many times in such a small span of time…

offday: rodewald and i went to sausilito and hung forever at a really cool italian cafe that looked like it would only hand us coffee and pastries but actually served amazing food…and the name was…i’ll tell you tomorrow…the music was so utterly euro-vibe that rodewald pointed out that the cafe felt like some place in A’dam…like a mix tape that fell in the bathtub but was so good you kept playing it…a little muddy sounding but fine…after twilight the place let go with this candlit vibe..not just predictable romantic candles at your table… they put candles everywhere…candles on the counter…candles at empty tables…candles for absent lovers yet to arrive…candles on the unplayed piano…and then someone entered and the wind tickled each flame like a key on a xylophone…

when will flickering candles, orange haze, undulating shadows and the face of the one you love cease to be the best television ever?

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Comments (1) to “first five show weekend and the best television ever…”

  1. [...] when will flickering candles, orange haze, undulating shadows and the face of the one you love cease to be the best television ever? stewWith all due respects to Bob Barker, I would have bet anything that he was already dead. And I would have bet everything that “The Price Is Right” was no longer on the air. I’ve got to start watching more TV. jwalk [...]

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