Holy Days Special #2 — Radioheadphones

 

I’m just a plainspoken Colorado criminal defense lawyer, but the way I see it…

Thom Yorke, according to Rolling Stone Magazine, is the sixty-sixth greatest singer of all time (sixty-fifth is David Ruffin, and you may well be tempted to say, David Who?).

But while he’s sixty-five floors below Aretha Franklin in the Tower of Song, this year he produced one of the most weirdly joyful music videos this old criminal defense lawyer has watched.

It’s here, and if it leaves you wondering why, go here (hell, go there anyway).

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2 Responses to Holy Days Special #2 — Radioheadphones

  1. Cousin Cathy 25 January 2017 at 1:48 am #

    But what does it all MEAN???

    Sorry, just couldn’t help myself, since the subject was dreaming. And, no, I haven’t seen the second video, but I hope to–just not tonight.

    Once I understood that the subject was dreaming, I was amazed how like a dream the video was. But not like daydreaming (not my own daydreaming, that is). Like the wild dreaming that I do at night, and I do have some pretty wild dreams.

    Once I dreamt about a monstrous hairy that came out of the top of a building, lifting the roof up as if it was hinged on one side and then reaching down and grabbing me by the throat where I stood on the sidewalk. I had just read a headline in one of those newspaper dispensers that said, “Moonstone Missing,” and then there, on the sidewalk in front of me, was the Missing Moonstone! I reached down to pick it up, and that’s when the arm came down and grabbed me by the throat. I remember trying to scream, and that’s when I woke up to find that I was, indeed, being choked–by my own hand! I was just a girl at the time, only 12 or 13. Odd, that I should still remember that dream so vividly after all these years, when most dreams just vanish from memory within minutes of awaking.

  2. Susan 31 December 2016 at 5:56 pm #

    I can only say one thing: Wow…

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