A month of Sundays would, technically, mean a period of 30 to 31 weeks. Used to denote a long period of time or something that will never occur. From times when amusement, commerce and other activities were restricted or banned on the Sabbath, a month of Sundays suggested a long, endlessly dreary period of time.
From May to November 2019, I wrote weekly “month of Sundays” posts touching on things historical, literary, musical, miscellanea.
I need a unifying theory; something to occupy the empty spaces in my mind; grounding in the constant chaos of stress and circumstances.
So, listening to the Decemberist’s I Be Your Girl tonight reminded me of their music video for “For Once in My Life,” which I featured in one month of Sunday post. Maybe I need another month of Sundays . . .
Sunday September 12
a musical interlude
[an unobjective selection of] musical folks born on September 12:
1943: Maria Muldar, singer-songwriter
1944: Barry White, singer, (2003)
1949: Tony Stevens, rocker (Savoy Brown)
1952: Gerry Beckley, rock musician and songwriter (America)
1952: Neil Peart, drummer (Rush) (2020)
1956: Barry Andrews, rock musician (XTC)
1966: Ben Folds, singer-songwriter
1981: Jennifer Hudson, actor and singer