TVD’s The Idelic Hour with Jon Sidel

Greetings from Laurel Canyon!

I really love you and I mean you / The star above you, crystal blue / Well, oh baby, my hairs on end about you

I wouldn’t see you and I love to / I fly above you, yes I do / Well, oh baby, my hairs on end about you

Floating, bumping, noses dodge a tooth / The fins a luminous / Fangs all ’round the clown / Is dark below the boulders hiding all / The sunlight’s good for us / ‘Cause we’re the fishes and all we do / The move about is all we do / Well, oh baby, my hairs on end about you

This Friday the 13th has me dreaming deeply. As I recall, the night before last featured my ex-roommate’s orange ’70s Porsche and a sudden gigantic explosion on the horizon? FTW?

The week’s amazing news came in the form of eleven digital downloads from Radiohead. A Moon Shaped Pool is their second album in the last decade and reminds us (those who live and create rock ‘n’ roll) that life in the new millennium is worth living.

I’m not sure how I would describe this fine release? Maybe it’s “dreamy?” “Post prog?” Certainly it’s a divine 52 minutes of music!

Thank you Radiohead for taking uncertainty and turning it into sweetness. This Idelic Hour is dedicated to those who dare to experiment, but also dare to please the senses.

The Idelic Hit of the Week: Yak – Harbour The Feeling

Can of “kraut experimental prog.”

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