Nostalgia

The past two days have been filled with musical nostalgia for me. First Diamond Mine and the year 1998. Today was Barstool Prophets which brought me to college. Later this evening was Little Earthquakes, and that took me right back to standing on stage singing Silent all these Years in front of 450 people in my high school – singing something that was finally not disney, and doing it in front of all those people who didn’t much like me. It was the first time I felt strong in my entire memory. It was good.

Thinking about that made me realize just how much I miss performing. It’s been forever. No one asks me to sing for them anymore.

3 Comments

  • spadoink

    February 26, 2005 at 11:26 pm

    well thats one band ive heard of.

    you should sing for me.

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      February 26, 2005 at 11:35 pm

      Heh. Diamond Mine is an album by Blue Rodeo (who you’ve already proclaimed to know of and not like) and Little Earthquakes is an album by Tori Amos. Silent All These Years is one of the songs on Little Earthquakes.

      I’d be happy to sing for you sometime.

      • spadoink

        February 27, 2005 at 11:41 am

        k. that’s fair, i know both of those artists. i even like tori amos. in spite of her being derivative adn sounding like a kate bush tribute band.

        yay.

        how about today during one of the really long honourary oscar awardings?