Monday, November 8, 2004

how to dismantle an atomic bomb

listening to U2's new album as i type. catch myself smiling, all by myself. occasionally a little teary. want to play it loud for Ronni to hear too, but she's watching a film right now. soon though. maybe in the morning when Colin's up - he digs U2. should be a lot of fun. there's no joy like shared joy. can't count on my fingers and toes the number of good friends i'd love to just sit down with and and crank the volume.

car's in the shop for new brakes. don't even care; great tunes cover a multitude of hassles.

had a good time at holy hoops tonight. cool group of guys there. my body's getting old though...Ronni laughs at how i limp around on mondays. no matter; great tunes do a body good :)


Anonymous said...

i heard there was a copy out there on the web... is it any good quality-wise? can't wait to listen to it, but i guess it'll have to wait until later this month... man, we gotta get some good tickets to this concert... seriously!

Anonymous said...

dosn't the c-d come out in a month or so??
Can't waite to hear it!!!

Anonymous said...

jesse, it's phenomenal--grows with every listen; the most fun time of a new U2 CD, the first 10 listens. It reminds me of unforgettable fire in the overall tone and sound, especially, which isn't one of my favorites, but this one definitely is.
"I want the lot of what you've got and nothing that you're not" favorite line right now. Three flat out worship songs, at least. THANKS FOR INTRODUCING ME TO U2 anonymous dad