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John, I still dial my phone...

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Weekly? We'll see...
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Harvey Winters wrote:John, I still dial my phone...

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How does that work when you call places with menu options?
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Harvey Winters wrote:John, I still dial my phone...


Then your finger's on the pulse, in more ways than one.


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zach wrote:Weekly? We'll see...
Haha. I didn't say it...

"I am working on a new record right now," [John] told [Seattle Weekly], "PLUS a children's book, a book of short stories, and I'm raising badgers for their milk."
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Betty Felon wrote:
Harvey Winters wrote:John, I still dial my phone...


How does that work when you call places with menu options?


"Press 7, or just stay on the line, and someone will assist you, shortly"...
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look at the photo on the reverb residence homepage
http://www.seattleweekly.com/music/blogs/reverb/john_roderick_reverb_residency/

cool glasses!
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John, are you Seattle's new Hippie in Residence? :)

(sorry for being silly, I'm just drunk on Nada Surf and had a batshit crazy weekend)
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Next one is up.
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[...]I was more comfortable chatting amiably with Alan Parsons than I would have been smoking a "jay", or doing "the frug", with most of the bands who are nominally my peers in the music world. For that reason alone I hereby promise to make the next Long Winters record sound like a thousand weasels being shot out of a cannon.

Hmm. I wonder what that sounds like. Having no basis of comparison, my imagination falters..
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Dude!!!
I saw that episode of "The Soup"!!!

Seriously, "Don't Answer Me", was one of my faveorite songs, in the 80's...
I think the 45 is still at my mom's house...
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Wow, Alan Parsons! I was 12 when Eye in the Sky came out and I think this was the first time I played an album over and over (I actually had my brother record it on tape front and back after I got bored with rewinding my tape every night).

I had no idea he had recorded all these famous bands though, and totally had him down for being American... the latter could be because I read all the Little House on the Prairie books during one school holiday, with this one tape as musical background. I must admit that later on I would think of his music as somewhat of a guilty pleasure - in the black 80s and indie 90s it was not very hip to admit liking such dramatic stuff.
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oh man, in HS I thought his Edgar Allen Poe themed album was the coolest thing ever. I wonder if I still have it.... haha!
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OK, so John has a blog.

But can it compete with this...

http://www.clairescrib.com/2008/02/blog-post.html
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omg. I just had a Cute Overload. ROWR!
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sounds suspiciously like BEER! Puppy! Beer!
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Isn't it time for a new J-blog???
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