1. Some things have changed; some things have stayed the same: Personalities, aptitude trajectories, appearances.
After an eight month music fast, moving to a bigger city and staring a new job (Luke), after listening to all my favorite bands I had before the Avetts (Caleb), and after several months’ worth of listening, meditation, and more listening, the Brothers Guard sit down for a dialogue review of Magpie and the Dandelion.
“If you think about a Magpie, it’s a bird from the crow family. You can see them everywhere, and they’ve got this strange grace. And, we all know what a dandelion is. It reminds you of being a kid and watching a flower come apart on a summer day. There’s a youthful wonder in that. Those kinds of feelings live and breathe inside this album.”
The Brothers Guard sit down for a dialogue review of John Mayer’s new album, Born and Raised. A review that turns into a commentary. And a trip down memory lane. While we crank some good tunes.