John Scott G

John Scott G

John Scott G, an admitted word nerd, writes books, plays, screenplays, and political commentary. Author of "Area Code 666," "Secret Sex," and "Ambient Deviant Speedmetal Polka," Mr. G also writes under the pseudonym Gerald Laurence. Every day he happily rubs a few phrases up against each other to create sparks in your brain. You're welcome.


  1. Avatar photo Tom Owens
    Oct 10, 2009 @ 6:04 PM PDT

    You couldn’t be more wrong about Music From Big Pink and David Live.

    From “Tears Of Rage” to “I Shall Be Released,” The Band’s album is a non-stop classic of American roots music. There’s not a bad song in the bunch. Admittedly, it can take repeated listenings to fully appreciate the blend of elements that makes them timeless. The bonus tracks are a wonderful collection of alternate takes of the songs that made Dylan’s The Basement Tapes unforgettable.

    Conversely, David Live remains the self-indulgent, rather muddled head trip it’s always been. Bowie at the Beeb and Stage do a far superior job of capturing the magic of a David Bowie concert.

  2. Avatar photo Janis Amy
    Oct 11, 2009 @ 12:29 AM PDT

    Only if you like adenoidal moronic vocals could Big Pink be called classic. Thanks for exposing this nightmare. “Repeated listenings” would be torture.