Ghost — Hua — Driftwood — Wallace Stevens
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Tuesday music news: Am being knocked out on a regular basis by Hua's Palace (which has undergone two name changes in the past week—now it's called "La Gran Fuga"!) and The Driftwood Singers Present...Margin watchers: Old pal David S.'s "Inner Ear Detour" WFMU archives are to your left!...Am still bothered by the The The thing (see below)...also always wondered, was The The a reference to this bit in Wallace Stevens's "The Man on the Dump"?..."Where was it one first heard of the truth? The the."...Quick, name a song with a lyric from WS's "The Emperor of Ice Cream"...Hint: The group appears in a recent Dizzies post...