This weekend I broke away from the blogging obsession as much as is humanly possible—at least for me—and spent some time with the bava family. We spent the day in DC yesterday at the Smithsonian’s Museum of American History (my personal favorite—the 20th century was America’s baby, and we made it look damn good!), and on the ride home Beck’s Sea Change came on while the kids were sound asleep in the back. I hadn’t listened to this album for a good while, and I was surprised how much I still like just about every track. It’s funny how at first what seems a complete departure and potentially over-produced experiment, strikes me as his most heartfelt work. And this is nicely demonstrated by the the live performance of “Golden Age” (my personal favorite) with The Flaming Lips, which goes a long way to suggest it’s far more than a pretty recording. So with that, here is my meager dedication to the bava love of my life, the song speaks volumes about the road we continue to travel.
This one’s for you, Anto, I love you!
|Beck With The Flaming Lips – Golden age|
|Found at skreemr.com|
not that this post really needed a comment, but I agree, beautiful track. here’s another http://snurl.com/bzld9