Sunday, January 7, 2007


There’s a parlor game going around the musical blogosphere at the moment that find three sentences in a book, basically by chance. Daniel Wolf has created a much more interesting memerie with the following seven questions:

Name: (1) a book that you want to share so much that you keep giving away copies, (2) a piece of music that changed the way you listen to music, (3) a film you can watch again and again without fatigue, (4) a performer for whom you suspend of all disbelief, (5) a work of art you'd like to live with, (6) a work of fiction which has penetrated your real life, and (7) a punch line that always makes you laugh. Forward this to three people.

  1. Gabriel Garcia Marquez, A Hundred Years of Solitude
  2. Karlheinz Stockhausen, Hymnen
  3. To Have and Have Not (Hawks)
  4. Meryl Streep
  5. any of Rothko’s late works
  6. Cormac McCarthy, The Crossing
  7. I said I was thirsty, not dirty!

Tag, you’re it!