Sometimes, I think this is the greatest song ever recorded.
And then I hear this.
I love it so much, I even recorded the following for my Everett True Connection album (recorded in Melbourne in 2000 with David Nichols and friends). Yes, that is Charlotte on vocals. The album was written about my experiences in the Pacific Northwest, particularly about the moment in time when I was working for The Stranger as music editor, 1998-1999.
My name is Everett True. I am a music critic. This is what I do. I criticise music.
The clue is in my job description – music critic. I do not consider myself a journalist, as I do not research or report hard news. I do not consider myself a commentator as I believe that everyone should be a participant. I criticise people and in return I am not surprised if other people criticise me. It is part of the whole deal of being in the public arena.
I am Everett True. Believe in me and I have power like a God. Quit believing in me and I no longer exist.
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