I don't feel like writing anything substantial today (come to think of it, when have I ever?), so I am going to post the two songs I mentioned in yesterday's review: James Iha's "Go" (recorded by the Smashing Pumpkins in 1999) and James Iha's "Back with You" (recorded by Tinted Windows in 2009). I have a suspicion that the latter is the sequel to the former, and I just realized that they are about 10 years apart.
Smashing Pumpkins "Go"
Tinted Windows "Back with You" (Live at SXSW)
I'm disappointed that Iha didn't bust out his EBow for the live performance. I still have yet to find out if there is a rough preproduction demo of Iha handling doing the vocals for "Go, Part II," I mean, "Back with You."
If there isn't, I will have to figure out how to use the modern audio technology at my disposal to make a mash-up of Iha's similar tempo, similar lyrical content duology.
Maybe Iha will include his version of the song for his overdue solo album (the follow-up to 1998's Let It Come Down), or maybe he'll write and record a de facto part three with the same pace, the same lyrical content, and the same feedback-y vibe.