Yeah, it's a copy of that.

May 10 Estey commented on Prog Fans Should Make a Pilgrimage to See Wishbone Ash Sunday at Triple Door.
This is an extraordinary event. Thanks for plugging this and to the Triple Door for letting me hear the adventurous sounds of my youth. And those LPs hold up. One' of prog's strangely successful yet best kept secrets. Glad you're on it, Dave!
May 6 Estey commented on Factual Death, Fictional Life, and the Associations That Result When the Two Intersect.
Love this, Kathy. It's sad but it's how we experience the art we care about. In not always ideal, but certainly fascinating and thought-provoking ways. (Your writing is always fiercely clear and heart-provoking too.)
May 2 Estey commented on What Was the Last Piece of Music that Gave You the Chills?.
Curtis Mayfield, "Move On Up" played in its entirety by Jessica Hopper at the Pop Con. Something about the vocals set against the tempo of the syncopation in the first five minutes of the song.
Apr 22 Estey commented on Seattle Rapper Dave B Scores with "He Got Game".
Wow, this is great, Todd. Loved his set at the Block Party and really appreciate the tip on this one.
Apr 3 Estey commented on Ambient Artist K. Leimer and the Quieter, More Electronic-Oriented Side of the Seattle Sound.
This looks fantastic! Thanks, Kathy. Definitely checking this out.
Apr 2 Estey commented on Queen Annes' Pre-Grunge Psych-Garage Gems Rescued on Something Quick 1980-1985.
Best news all day. Thanks, Dave! Man, I really wish I was working this one. Exactly the sweetness I love.
Apr 1 Estey commented on Someone Just Broke Vermillion's Windows in Broad Daylight.
We love you, Diana! You're the VERY best. Thank you for all you do for us! So glad it's covered but will still buy a lot more drinks soon and would love to box this dude's ears very, very, very hard.
Mar 26 Estey commented on Where Do We Go from Here, Charlie Brown?.
Great history and assessment, Paul. As you note, Fantagraphics publishes collected volumes of comic art no true library should be without -- but also put out the super-successful unique pop culture phenomenon Hip-Hop Family Tree, and wonderfully bizarre original books like the European reissue King Of The Flies (Volume Three due soon), and Couch Tag, the beautiful anthology of mini-comics by Jesse Reklaw. (Later this year, Listen, Whitey! author Pat Thomas will have a biography of Jerry Rubin out from them as well.) Mind-blowing stuff, all of it, comics or cultural documentation. Thanks so much for the reminder!
Mar 26 Estey commented on Seattle's Most Terrifying Coke Machine Gets Some Time in the Vice Spotlight.
Some people might read this thinking the locksmith dude is scamming about the mystery of the service guys coming and going. But I worked the night shift in places enough to know these things get re-upped often in the earliest hours of the morning. In locked down buildings, I usually let in vending machine suppliers anywhere from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m.
Mar 25 Estey commented on How Does It Sound?.
Good Lord. It always is two songs in, isn't it? You think I'd have that timing memorized by now. But it's true.
 
 

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