late night writing session music break:

#1. Elton John: Someone Saved My Life Tonight

#2. Talking Heads: And She Was

#3. Zion I & The Grouch: Silly Puddy

#4. The Fiery Furnaces: Quay Cur

#5. The Beatles: Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me & My Monkey

#6. Bob Dylan: The Man In Me

#7. Talking Heads: Road To Nowhere


BACK TO WORK TIME. And, in case you were wondering: yes, the new manuscript by Jackson Williams is coming along quite well.

— Jackson Williams

9 thoughts on “latenightwritingsessionmusicbreak

    • Hahaha, thanks 😀 I’m going through a big Talking Heads phase right now.

      And this morning I realized I left a song off my “latenightwritingsessionmusicbreak” post: Eric Burdon’s “Spill The Wine.” Love that song. My mom was born in 67, so 90% of my musical taste is inspired by the 60’s and 70’s — usually obscure, druggy 60’s and 70’s music. You have no idea how close I was to including Donovan’s “Atlantis.” 😉

      • Yes, they are fantastic. I went through a stage where all I would play were Talking Heads/Split Enz/Eurythmics. You know, I think I’ve very near entirely forgiven you for that Peter Frampton comment all those weeks ago 😉 I’m impressed, haha!

      • YES! I’ve been wondering when you were going to come to your senses and forgive me, and now I know. It feels all warm & shit, yo. 😉

        I go through a new musical phase every single week, so this week it’s Talking Heads + the album BLUEBERRY BOAT by The Fiery Furnaces + E.L.O.’s “Livin’ Thing.”

      • Haha you big cutie! And my oh my, you’re on a roll! You’ve just scored some serious brownie points name dropping “E.L.O.” 😉

      • I AM pretty damn adorable, that’s for true.

        E.L.O. rules. How amazing is “Turn To Stone” when played at an agonizingly high volume. It’s so good, it should be freaking illegal. 😉

  1. Your sound track was delightful. It managed to put me in a good mood, and I was pretty crabby. Can you believe I had no idea that was a Dylan song? I am not usually that music-stupid. I feel like an idiot, but a happy idiot, because I now know who did that song. Every time I watch the Big Lebowski I tell myself I need to look up who does that song — and then, obviously, I fail.

    So now everything is OK. I can move on…

    • Glad I could be of service. 🙂

      And I fucking adore “The Man In Me.” It’s one of my favorite Dylan songs + “The Big Lebowski” is one of my favorite movies of all-time.

      — Jackson Williams

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