Huntington Beach, California
Chris Stratton is a freelance writer with a religious studies and philosophy degree from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California and an MBA from Pepperdine University. Though he does play the guitar, piano, and drums, he is primarily a music fan; his eclectic tastes include alternative, jazz, classical, world, and pop music. He is particularly interested in the spiritual nature of music. More of Chris' writing can be found at his blog: http://stratkey.blogspot.com
Ludd's Radiohead: A
review of Ok Computer
Computer is a sprawling work that departs dramatically
from Radiohead’s previous two albums. Lyrically
and sonically it feels disconnected from the times.
The musical structures are often atonal and dissonant,
with clicks and buzzes, loops, samples and computerized
voices all thrown in to make the listener feel not
quite at home in the musical space.
U2 Dismantles Bomb with Love
There's been a lot of talk, maybe too much talk, over the last few years about Bono...
Johnny Cash Walked the Line
Cash hit puberty his voice dropped to the rich baritone that
would eventually make him famous. He always loved to sing,
and when he first emitted that deep growl for his mother,
she declared it “a gift from God.”