by Dr. Spin
In 1993, I took a hiatus from my undergraduate studies and moved back to Austin. By this point, I had listened to Bellybutton hundreds of times, and I was fortunate to pick up a promo copy of Jellyfish‘s follow-up. There was a lot that I liked about Spilt Milk. It had the same amazing songwriting, and in terms of its production, it was a major step forward from Bellybutton. Initially, however, I did not connect with it in the same way as I did its predecessor, mostly, I think, because I did not share it amongst a circle of friends.
Coming from the close quarters of Bruce Hall and its denizens to living at home with the fam, I had relatively little time to hang out and listen to music with a close community of people… hang over at the Pharmacy