All summer of 2000 and 2001 I listened
to TOFOG. After a break I started listening to
them again during a family trip to Lincoln, Nebraska to see the Natural
History Museum in Morrill Hall in the University of Nebraska
campus. Also, we went to the Lincoln Children’s
Museum. I highly recommend these two attractions if one of these
days you should find yourself in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Crowe, as himself, sounded
great as the van rolled on the highway. The view on both sides of
the highway featured loess hills that border the flood plain of the
So with ancient animals waiting to be
discovered and excavated in those loess hills to be displayed in museums
for more knowledge about our "existence," I listened to TOFOG.
Even my husband, who plays guitar and
bass, said the music was good. Also, my older son, as soon as he
started talking, on more than one occasion, had requested TOFOG’s
music be played instead of the radio.
Crowe has sung his thoughts,
experiences, and stories into our ears. More importantly, the
loess hills along the Missouri River have heard Russell Crowe. The
wind-deposited hills, as recorders of time, will play back more than
once, all that artists like TOFOG sing about.
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