Album Review: “Hot Hitz Kold Kutz” — Paul McCartney (Bootleg)

There’s a reason I haven’t delved too deeply into blogging about and reviewing the extensive multiverse of Paul McCartney bootlegs, mostly because there is simply no getting out of that particular rabbit hole. I’m not kidding either. No matter what your opinion on McCartney’s solo material, there is no denying that the man’s output was…

Race Review: 2015 Lifetime Miami Marathon (1/25/2015), or: “I wanna make this journey last…”

OK, so sometimes I shouldn’t be so quick to judgment. Or rather, dig deep enough and you’ll find gold in them there hills. Or maybe even, sometimes the stars align and something’s rising or something else is in retrograde and blablabla is in the seventh house and OK I’ll get to my point now: I…

Yet another tedious mid-flight photo op, or: “Climb on the back and we’ll go for a ride in the sky…”

It’s not like I enjoy doing these posts, except for the fact that I do, so I’m a big fat freakin’ fibber. Anyway, I’m midflight coming back from Boston, so I thought I’d share my usual flight pics because I’m still busy basking in the afterglow of the BAA Half Marathon and coalescing my thoughts…

Album Review: “Wings Over America” — Wings (1976)

To look at Wings Over America objectively requires one to place themselves in the post-Beatles/contemporary-Wings mindset of Paul McCartney in the mid 1970s. To wit: the 1970s breakup of The Beatles was ostensibly the result of Paul announcing he was leaving the band in April of 1970 — despite the fact that, by most reports,…