My friends, I had not intended to discuss this controversial subject at this particular time. However, I want you to know that I do not shun controversy. On the contrary, I will take a stand on any issue at any time, regardless of how fraught with controversy it might be. You have asked me how I…
—When The Night Comes
“When The Night Comes” by Dan Auerbach
“When the night comes
You don’t have to be afraid
Of any choice that you made
When the night comes
And you lay by the one you love
The one who knows you
The things you do
When the night comes”
The Bowie release highlights the musician’s own mythmaking, mystery, and melancholy, but it also demonstrates the ways in which viral marketing and digital distribution have permanently changed the record business. Who could have imagined the Bowie of 2003 (when he released his “Reality” album), let alone of 1983 or 1973, sneaking new material online in the wee hours of the morning?
Ben Greenman on the new song releases by David Bowie and Prince: http://nyr.kr/SiejQ9
Here, here at the start of all things new. Here, the time for stepping forward into the next. Here, here at the opening of new pages in the new book you are writing of yourself. New chapters to fill with new ink, new stories to come from new blood, new tears, new high notes of laughter. Here, here at the start, hold my hand while I draw these letters now. Hold my hand while it covers itself in the black and red and perfect blue of new.
Cedar Waxwings Gathering on Treetops Silhouette (by TylerKnott)