Episode Thirteen: The Mad Fishicist Strikes Back

Let this be a lesson to all of you. Sending not only suggestions, but the pictures along with them is not always a good idea. Here are The Mad Fishicist’s submissions. There were two others that I’m not going to post…believe me, I’m protecting you all.

But in all seriousness, Bolokai Ikonus T. T. The Mad Fishicist, wished for me to revisit an album cover I merely passed over in a previous post. I can’t say enough about Johnny Cash’s American Recordings. It relaunched the career of Johnny Cash and became a staple for MKinMotion and The Mad Fishicist. The 1994 album cover features “The Man in Black” with his two dogs. The names of the dogs are “Sin” and “Redemption” and Cash noted that neither is completely black or white. Pretty profound for a man who found both. The album that featured Johnny Cash with just a guitar and several cover tunes won the 1995 grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album.

As always, comments, suggestions and questions can be sent to MKinMotion(at)gmail(dot)com. I’ve aquired enough questions to put together another Q & A post. So look forward to that and get your questions in. Please make sure to note if you wish to remain anonymous.

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1 Comment

  1. Dude, why is he pointing at Jack Black’s nipple on the Orleans one? It looks just fine to me.

    Yeah, the Cash one is my favorite so far. Seen Walk the Line yet?

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