but someone has to do the self-portraits.
As a photo, not the most beautiful or interesting shot, but think of it this way: how many 365 photos can teach you to play a Wilco song? Huh? Huh?
“Nothing’severgonnastandinmyway,” from Wilco’s Summer Teeth (though the version I’m learning here is actually from a bootlegged copy of Tweedy playing a benefit for the Kawasaki Research Fund at Chicago’s Children’s Memorial), is in 4/4 time with the basic strum pattern down, down, down-up, down-up (on the split measures, strum the first chord down, down and the second one down-up, down-up), though when Tweedy plays it he often throws in these little fluttery strums, most often on the third beat.
That’s my new iPod on the stand too (Catherine really wanted an iPod, so I got a new one and passed mine along to her). The iPod’s hard drive is the same size as my PowerBook’s.