So, today, I was able to get back on the Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time. I have been off of it since June, I think it was. That is a mighty long time when you’re trying to get stuff done, I’d say. I do apologize for keeping you waiting. Now, all that being said, I have only gotten through two of the ten in the segment.

I’m not going to give away what it was I listened to. You’ll have to wait to find out (or you can look up what’s next… I know there’s no fooling you, Dear Reader). With all that has been going on, it has been hard to get the listening time in to do it justice. I could just let it be background noise and that isn’t what I want. I want it to be a fair listen to all that is on e1a5f-rolling_stone_logo-svgthe list. Now, I’m not saying that the music on the list doesn’t sometimes become background filler, it does, but I try to give each album its own fair shake. You know that I like to listen in the studio and well, there’s been a lot happening with that: the move, paid recording or editing for others and life. It’s all been going on over the last few months.

Hopefully, things have settled in. Not down, but in. I don’t want it to settle down. I want it busy, I just need time to do the music. I have missed doing them, missed making my own ignorant rants about stuff that I half know anything about. I mean, that’s why I do them, to learn about what I may not already know, right? Right. So, bare with me, I’m trying to get to them in a timely manner.

Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
Scorp out!

“Jenny said, when she was just five years old, there was nothing happening at all. Every time she puts on a radio, there was a nothin’ goin’ down at all. Not at all.” – “Rock & Roll” (Reed)