April 3, 2005 @ 11:26 pm by sean
A group of us went to see Jason and The Satire tonight at that place, called clearwater I think. The Satire was good, better than I remember The Blamed being, but it’s been a while since I’ve heard The Blamed. Everyone but J.D., Mike, Jason, and I left, and we stayed to watch the second band. From their looks, they didn’t look like they’d be very good. Then they started to play, and redeemed themselves a little. They had a lot of breakdowns. I’m not huge into hardcore, but breakdowns and tough stage presence makes me smile, so I like it. And they played quite a few breakdowns. I noticed one of the singers had a Detroit ‘D’ on his leg. Then later they said they were from Detroit. Then they finished and said their name was ‘Red Eyed Flight.’ I thought about that. Put some things together, and realized that was my friend Jesse Robinson who had just played drums. So I went and asked him if it was him, and sure enough, it was him. I’ve known Jesse since first grade. We weren’t much friends in high school, but we talked whenever we saw eachother. Then he explained the two singers were his two older brothers, and Mike Pollock was playing bass. I knew the other two guys, but not very well, I only knew their names. That’s so crazy. I was just thinking about Jesse a week or so ago. Since I knew him, he could always draw better than most people I knew, but he had learning disabilities and didn’t really pursue anything much artistic while in high school. Somehow he crossed my mind and I was curious as to what he was up to. How neat and unexpected.
Also, I ollied off then Judson ledge before dinner. It took me almost a year and a half to not be too scared to do it. That’s nearly half as long as I’ve been skating. Now I’m not sure what I was so scared of. I also did a nollie shove-it. No pop.
I also saw a little bit of Amy Isberg.
And three Morning Glories sprouted this morning.
And I attempted to read some history of civ. outside, but the weather was too nice, and sleeping was too easy. So I left to skate with Andy, then came back and talked with Tim and Mandy and Janea. If her and I got married, she would be Janea Coté. That rhymes.
And Catherine was at the show.
On iTunes, the A Sundial EP comes up as either ‘JP Sampler – Jesse Powell’ or ‘Sprung Im Herzen – Christian Franke’ or ‘Bfb2004 then something in an Asian language’ or ’24-7 – 3T’ ‘From this day ep – Machine Head’ or ‘Believe(Radio Single) – Newsboys’ or ‘Don’t say no just say yes’ – Avant’ or ‘EP – Lisergica’ or ‘Reach out I’ll be there – Michael Bolton’
If you’re smart, you’ll waste your time with this: