Love Nobody

Posted by The G on March 19, 2012 under Street Art | Read the First Comment

Photo by G.  Art by TMNK.

Love Nobody

Love Nobody

Love by NOBODY.

Nobody love.

I love Nobody.

Nobody loves me.


Remembering Arthur Lee (of Love)

Posted by The G on March 7, 2011 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

Photo of “Forever Changes” by G.

"Forever Changes" by Love

March 7, 2011 would have been Arthur Lee’s (the lead singer of Love) 66th birthday.  The California based rock band influenced bands such as Led Zeppelin and the Doors.  Love’s music has been described as a mixture of folk-rock, psychedelic rock, baroque pop, Spanish-tinged pop, R&B, garage rock, and even protopunk.  Their perfect album “Forever Changes” begins with the track “Alone Again Or” which features a Mariachi band!  If that album is not in your collection, you are missing out on some must have songs.  My favorite track from Love is their cover of Hal David and Burt Bacharach’s “My Little Red Book.”  I’d definitely say it’s one of my favorite all time songs and certainly one of my favorite covers.  Apparently at the time, Burt and Hal did not like this version.  I wonder if they have sense realized its genius.  Love had a tragic ending as lead singer Arthur Lee was jailed for drug and gun possession.  Upon his release from jail, Lee was diagnosed with leukemia and died in 2006.  I love Love and I remember Arthur Lee on this day.  I hope you do too!

More Feel Good Paintings For Feel Bad Times by Deborah Kass

Posted by The G on October 26, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | 4 Comments to Read

Photos by G.  Art by Deborah Kass.

More Feel Good Paintings For Feel Bad Times by Deborah Kass at the Paul Kasmin Gallery. Through October 30, 2010

New Yorkers!  Don’t miss out on your chance to see Deborah Kass’ hilarious take on Ed Ruscha’s “OOF” painting at her exhibit More Feel Good Paintings For Feel Bad Times at the Paul Kasmin Gallery.  I completely agree at these are feel bad times, but inside the exhibit looking at Deborah Kass’ paintings, I felt good!

You should see this exhibit because it is good.  If you miss it, that will be bad.

Paul Kasmin Gallery is located at 511 West 27th Street in New York.

Don’t you “love” Robert Indiana’s “Amor” sculpture which can also be seen at the gallery?  I certainly do.  I love it so much, I didn’t even recognize the artist!

G’s Top Reissues of the Decade

Posted by The G on December 20, 2009 under G Reviews | 3 Comments to Read

G's top reissues of the decade.

G's top reissues of the decade.

The period of 2000-2009 saw the re-release of some of the greatest music of all time, packaged with superior sound, deluxe liner notes and bonus tracks.  After the jump, see my thoughts on the greatest reissues of the decade.

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