Monday, July 06, 2009

Breakfast at Sulimay's

A friend recently brought Breakfast at Sulimay's to my attention, citing his father's relationship to restaurant patron and critic, Joe Walker. Bringing contemporary music to the opinionated temperaments of Philly elders, Joe, Ann and Bill, Breakfast at Sulimay's is an amusing five minutes worth of objective critique that mostly contradicts the sometimes over-thought and self-indulgent musings that critics, (myself included as low rent and illegit as I am), oftentimes commit to public view. You might not agree with what they say, but you'll probably laugh.



Sincerely,
Letters From A Tapehead

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Holy shit! I about pissed myself when that one dude said he would have preferred to hear the 2nd song without drums too. Is there really any better old people than the ones we have in philly?

Letters From A Tapehead said...

To Anonymous:

No, there aren't.

If you like what you see here, you should check out their other episodes. There are 25.

http://woodshopfilms.com/index.php/breakfast-at-sulimays

I'm looking forward to some new ones.

Thanks for reading,
Letters From A Tapehead

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