Wednesday, May 18, 2022
best price i look across
In the mid 1990s, the average American bought 28 items of clothing a year. Today, we buy 59 items. We also throw away an average of 83 pounds of textiles per person, mostly discarded apparel, each year.
While the latter is jarring conceptually Beck? The guy who lucked out with being sponsored by a luxury automobile manufacturer? the former is even more so musically: strings, a choir, a musical saw, three vibraphones, a seemingly endless line of drummers, hell, even one of those long alpenhorns you see on those Ricola commercials. What lies beyond excessive? Artful. Thanks to Andrew Meeson for pointing the way..