The Wandering Jews
Thursday is writing day. Working on some short stories and the new memoir, but I thought I'd post a little something about...the band, man.
For those of you who are not my Facebook friends, here are some clips to our recent shows. The sounds isn't always great, and the video can cut in and out, but I still think they're pretty cool, and I'm proud of the way the band is sounding. Big props to Big Tom and Pete for providing the foundation, and to Raviv and Jarret for supplying the flourishes.
First up is a cut from our last record, Down on the Farm. The song is called "You Weren't Even My Favorite Wife." Video goes a little wonky at the end. Of minor interest (perhaps), this song took me almost twenty years to write (I would add another verse for every ex who slept around). This is from a show at the Red Devil.
And here is our closing number from our last show at the Blue Maccaw. It's Bowie's "Moonage Daydream" (as always dedicated to Richard Prasch) and Neil Young's "Keep on Rockin' in the Free World" (for which I received a hefty citation from the rock 'n' roll police). This last one we sorta just winged, but that's always fun too.
That's it. Gotta finish a story about Da Vinci's last words...