Friday, May 04, 2007

E.C.


EC, originally uploaded by LeSophie.

We stood outside the doorway of the hot, sweaty sardine-like affair called Village Music yesterday. Beth and I were on tippytoes on the sidewalk of the little town in which we live. He was here to say goodbye to his "favorite record store" as the legendary store will close later this year. We heard him sing with that distinctive, goose-bump-inducing voice.

He opened with the song 'One's Too Many and a Hundred Ain't Enough' and closed with 'So Long It's Been Good To Know You'. And it could not have been better.


4 Comments:

Blogger madness rivera said...

Holy cow - how cool!

11:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You need to frame it. What a great picture!!!!!!!!!!

2:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is hard to believe that this is the same angry, profanity-spewing, San Francisco-hating, anti-establishment punk who I loved so in my youth. It's lovely how he has let age soften his edges but certainly hasn't dumbed down or sold out...He is a genius and truly as cool as ever. (So much so that I forgive him the cowboy shirt.) I am so glad we were there for this historic event. BW

3:10 PM  
Blogger Intrepidflame said...

Great shot! You should submit it to the new JPG theme: Rock and Roll Front Row:

http://www.jpgmag.com/themes/29

That sucks that Village Music is closing. Hopefully they will open a Borders in its place (Sarcasm)

I am singing What's So Funny About Peace Love and Understanding at an open mic event tonight!

3:32 PM  

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