I actually really loved Scarlet's Walk. It really felt like she grew up with that album. Strange Little Girls was nicely experimental, not necessarily what you'd expect ("Reign in Blood" is WACK), but A+ for stretching herself as an artist. And I really liked The Beekeeper and Ocean to Ocean. In the interest of full disclosure, though, I completely slept on everything between American Doll Posse through Native Invader, so take my monolog with a grain of salt. I might have to catch up with her.Yeah, she kinda lost me a bit after that as well, but man - what a great album "Little Earthquakes" is. One of those that just made me say "whoa" when I first heard it. Even the B-sides and stuff around that era were very good. To me, she really had a unique voice on the piano - there is some playing and voicing on there that I can't quite picture coming from anyone else.
Dude.3-1/2 hour prog show?
So…what…5 or 6 songs?
Cat juggling! Now THAT’S entertaining!Dude.
First of all, LOLOLOLOL It's funny because it's true.
Secondly, did you see that "day 2" in the description? SEVEN HOURS.
I watched most of it live (except when I had to pee, eat, drink, prepare drink, prepare food, or juggle cats).
Unfortunately it's not as entertaining as it sounds -- I have three different cats, and none of them can be in the same room as some of the others (pretty much -- not entirely true), so what I'm really doing is swapping them into the feeding area. It's a very slow juggle.Cat juggling! Now THAT’S entertaining!