It’s All in Your Mind: Beck

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  1. Hedley Says:

    Goodness my, Kat posts Beck and selects the version of “Its all in your mind” from “Sea Change”. “Morning Phase”, the latest offering is fab gear, wonderful and still the best album of new music that I have heard this year.

    Mrs MDH and I are in the cheap seats at the Fox Theatre on June 28 to see the Beck tour come through.

    Once again Kat is blowing the doors off with her eclectic tastes. Of course that wont help those crocodile loving Ghanaians when they come up against Clint Dempsey and his chums on Monday evening. USA USA

    And so the time has arrived once again for the quadrennial. A month where Xenophobia is the norm and you hope for good things for your country of birth or country of adoption. As England face Italy and Uruguay I am in good shape to be insulting but cannot think of anything negative to say about Costa Rica.

    Once upon a time we had to rely on Canadian TV and delayed broadcasts to see the World Cup. Today, I can use my iphone if I so choose. Blackout rules have been established, my summer intern has been threated with firing if he shares scores, the Betamax is set for today’s Brazil v Croatia encounter and we are underway.

    • katry Says:

      My Dear Hedley,
      I guessed it has been awhile since I last surprised you with some unexpected music: hence the Beck.

      You and Mrs. MDH do get to hear great music.

      A juju man is cursing some of the other teams’ players to give Ghana an edge. I will be chanting GO USA curse or no curse. The crocodiles like tasty live chickens, not American soccer players, so we are safe.

      Xenophobia perhaps, but I like to think of it as nationalism. I tried to come up with some insulting words for Costa Rica but came up empty. Sorry I couldn’t help.

      You have crossed all your T’s in preparation. I hope the games are spectacular! I just checked in with Brazil and Croatia. I will tell you nothing!

    • Aimee Says:

      Enjoy the show as Beck will not disappoint.

  2. Birgit Says:

    I missed today’s soccer game, but I just saw the summary, because we enjoyed(?) the adventures of public transport after the big thunderstorm. We had concert tickets (Bulgarian vocal music) and we actually made it to the next town and back. Yeah! Our railway station is still closed and the usual trains aren’t running. You will understand if you watch the video, the day after the storm about a mile from my home, but the whole region with ~10 million inhabitants was hit more or less by this storm.
    It will take some time until we’re back to normal. A red panda bear escaped and is still missing. Now we have wildlife too 🙂

    • katry Says:

      The amount of damage was almost beyond belief. The trees the storm took down were huge, and some of those cars were totally flattened. I was reminded of hurricane Bob when all the trees and lines were down. It took weeks for the world to be close to normal again.

      Now you have the added excitement of wildlife run amok. The panda has so many trees from which to choose to hide.

      I hope no one was hurt with all this destruction

      • Birgit Says:

        Six people died in other cities as far as I know, but considering the damage all over we’ve had luck.
        When I first left home after the storm it was like a bad movie, the sun was shining, the houses looked like always, but broken trees and branches were everywhere.
        I just read that the panda was found this afternoon. So much for local wildlife 🙁

      • katry Says:

        I’m sorry that anyone died, but given the damage, it could have been so much worse.

        I hope the panda had fun in the wild.

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