mewithoutYou is calling it quits and I have some feelings about it
Paul, mwoY was the soundtrack of my adolescence. They took me through unbelief, conversion, and every iteration since. Those albums grew with me in a strange way, almost foreshadowing or warning -- just as a prophet would -- of what was next in my faith. I was at that same show around 09-10. Unfortunately, I had to sell my ticket for their Farewell tour due to my move to GA this summer. I was more than a little heartbroken about. I last caught them recent at the Brother, Sister anniversary show in Atlanta.
I love Aaron’s response to your probing. Sounds a lot like
oh, what am I to think!
of what the writing
of a thousand lifetimes could not explain
if all the forest trees were pens
& all the oceans, ink?
(Would love to learn more about your travels through leftists and faith. Thanks for sharing this with us)
Fantastic article. Some of your finest personal story telling. There could be a book here…
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Not to be a total Christian snob but are you talking about Praise Music? That’s a genre that makes my skin crawl. (Clearly full disclosure here uncensored) ok I grew up one of the frozen chosen in the 60s and 70s in NJ. All we had was the organ and Latin. However, the secular music I listened to could be viewed as Jesus music - e.g. Woody and Arlo Guthrie, Pete Seeger, The Boss Bruce, James Taylor, the Indigo Girls, U2. I don’t understand why there has to be a separate category. Can’t secular be sacred and sacred secular?
There is much to consider here. I found it both thoughtful and thought-provoking.