Apologies for not posting much these past few weeks. I’ve been very busy and, honestly, it’s been nice to have a break from the blog. So nice, in fact, that I’m considering stopping it altogether. Whenever I sit down to choose new music or research new posts, it’s difficult to muster up the enthusiasm I once had. It’s beginning to feel like something I have to do, as opposed to something I want to do. Doing this blog has subtly changed how I listen to music (everything I hear is measured as a potential Vitamin) and I’m not sure that’s a good thing.
But, all that being said, there is a part of me that does want to continue, it just may not be in the current format. I’ve been mulling over recording a weekly podcast, although I’m not crazy about the sound of my own voice. Or I may just end up posting whenever I feel like it, not necessarily every day.
Anyways, I turn it over to you. I honestly have no idea how many regular readers Audible Vitamins has but if you’ve made this blog a part of your daily, or even weekly, browsing habits and would truly miss it if it were gone, let me know in the comments. You guys may give me the inspiration to continue.
South African singing legend Miriam Makeba, who was forced into exile due to her outpoken anti-apartheid views, died of a heart attack. Kevin Cogill, the blogger who was arrested for posting tracks from the upcoming Guns N’ Roses album Chinese Democracy, agreed to plead guilty. Michael Stipe has designed a polo shirt for Lacoste. A biopic based on the life of Jeffy Garcia is reportedly in the works. Santogold is now going by the name Santi after being threatened with legal action by an artist named Santo Gold. Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell died at the age of 62. A woman who was rejected for American Idol was found dead outside the home of Paula Abdul of an apparent suicide. Satellite radio stations XM and Sirius merged. The next New York Dolls album will be produced by Todd Rundgren, who produced their debut album 36 years ago. A copy of The White Album numbered 0000005 is up for auction on eBay. Folk singer Odetta is in a New York hospital with kidney failure.
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