Friday, January 25, 2008

More Aesop

These are some pictures I took from

This is the poster for the show that they gave everyone a nice copy of:

The line was really long, but Annie and I were at the very front of it.

Can you spot the gleefully out of place math teacher in the front row?

What about now?

Look at my floating head. I wasn't taller than anyone around me, so I don't know how this happened.

This was our view for the entire night. Amazing.


Anonymous 1:13 PM  

I don't think that's the first time you've had a floating head. Now, this guys thing is what?...fables? M

coryandannie 1:50 PM  

Fables are a big part of it. Aesop is probably the most unique voice in Hip Hop. His writing is similar to Faulkner's "The Sound and the Fury" (which is not necessarily unique in itself as Ghostface Killah and Kool Keith are stream of consciousness rappers also) but with Aesop you never know who's consciousness he is streaming. His songs range from concept to hodge podges of artfully sewn pop culture references with his trademark spin. His music is never obvious and never predictable. He is one of the few emcees that you can study and study and never put the puzzle together, even though the pieces are probably there.

Disco isn't dead, just going through menopause 3:55 PM  

You mean if you ate a couple of hits of acid you might have a clue.

Anonymous 1:13 PM  

That's so awesome. I'm glad you got to be a part of it.


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