Today is the 31st anniversary (supposedly) of the Let’s Active album Every Dog Has His Day. Let’s Active, if you don’t know, was led by my friend Mitch Easter. He’s a local legend. He did a good bit of work with R.E.M when they first came about. He also was the producer of the second Heavens Sake album, Shinola. Heavens Sake was the first band to actually record in the Fidelitorium, his award-winning (at least it should be) studio in Kernersville. Anywhat! Enjoy the title track!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“When I was in my 20s, I always thought that my gravestone should read, ‘Motorist’ because I always felt like I was driving somewhere. And that might still be true.” – Mitch Easter