Scattershooting through fowls and fouls in the animal kingdom located in the world of sports
Andrew Solomon's book, "Far From the Tree," examines the lives of children and families affected by disability. He breaks each disability – deafness, dwarfism, autism, etc. – into chapters, including a section on child prodigies, focusing on musical geniuses.
According to the late Townes Van Zandt, there are only two kinds of music – the blues and zippidy doo dah. While most of his songs centered around pain and struggles, every now and then, he let loose with something incredibly corny. FRATERNITY BLUES is one of those silly, stupid ditties. It was released on the 1973 record LIVE AT THE OLD QUARTER.