Re: My music notes, Feb 4, 1998.

Gregory Alan Bolcer (
Tue, 17 Feb 1998 12:42:11 -0800

I once took a brand new 1990 Jeep Cherokee filled with camping
equipment, tequila, and cigars all the way down to central America
and back, surfing down the west coast and exploring up the east.
The only 3 tapes we had were 1) Dylan's Blood on the Tracks,
2) The Best of the Doors, and 3) Dylan's Desire. If that's
not overdosing, I don't know what is.

Journal Entry:
" was hot and sweltering; there were mosqitoes,
unfriendly natives, and we could tell we weren't welcome.
We had access to too much tequila, too much money, and
too much vacation time. The horror, the horror..."


Music in the cafes at night and revolution in the air.

> You might as well ask me, Zappa as sung by Zappa, or Zappa as sung by Johnny
> Mathis? I like Baez (in moderation; I'll take Kate Bush in massive overdoses),
> but I simply can't imagine Blood On The Tracks, or Oh Mercy!, or any of them,
> really, having the same emotion with anyone but Dylan. It's fresh versus
> canned. The green beans may be the same, and even taste wonderful, but they're
> different vegetables.
> Cheers,
> Wayne
> She says, "Your debutante just knows what you need,
> But I know what you want."