"Blinking Lights and Other Revelations" is the title of an eels album. It's no "Electro-Shock Blues," but it's a darn good album. He's good at resonance, and I often find bits of hope and connectedness in his words and music. I love the album title; it's such a simplistic description of the weight of glimpses. A lot of songs are like that - all these big ideas and emotions contained in a four-minute pop song. Sometimes it's the composers intent and sometimes it's situational, but these songs are always, of course, interpreted by the people who get to hear them, and the things going on in their own heads and environments. I love music. It gets me through, it makes me feel connected, it lets me wallow, it makes my day amazing. I kept wanting to start a blog, but I could not figure out what I wanted to write about. I was walking home from work today, listening to Jim Bryson's "Where the Bungalows Roam," and thinking: 'How perfect is this? This is just how I feel.' And I didn't ever want to reach my door step, but I did, and when I got there, I had a little revelation. This blog is about music that means a lot to me.