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I always thought Nobu would be one of these places, but after reading the memoir, I feel at ease and am looking forward to visiting a Nobu soon.One is even expected to land in my city of Atlanta next year and I full expect to be meeting Matsuhisa himself at that time.Best moments, you see, are hard enough to define as it is, but when you throw a 22-year-old band that's sold more than 20 million records worldwide into the mix, the selection from which you can choose seems endless, an infinite collection of mainstream achievements, happy mistakes, imperfect perfections, and tiny flashes in a minuscule bottle that seemingly goes on forever.
Book-ended by two songs best known from the incarnations Bob Dylan gave them, "Girl from the North Country" and "You Ain't Goin Nowhere", Echoes admittedly leans more on other people's songs than any other live record the Crows have put out.I mean, I was like, floating in and out of consciousness at times during the Saturday Nights part."So, will this next one go any smoother? Immy (David Immerglück, Counting Crows' principal guitarist) thinks it's the best lyrics I've ever written. Duritz, for all his doubts and self-deprecation, has been famously (and often romantically) linked to a respectable, if not explicitly enviable, group of sought-after women. Being crazy isn't always the best person to be as your boyfriend."Pause."And ... I've sort of failed a lot of people along the way, that way, and I don't know what I could have done differently, but I sure as hell have a lot of regrets about it. "You know," he says, this time leaving nothing up to theory, "nobody lives a perfect life." There's this half-joke in the Midwest that living the American Dream amounts to refurbishing your basement by putting a bar in it."Oh, I don't know," he said, a tiny bit disgusted by the question. My little brother called from the Chicago suburbs last year to tell me his home bar was complete and he could now die a happy man. Another meaning of the noun refers to what you order—the regular is your usual thing.Then, in maybe the most indicative answer a single multiplatinum, sad-sounding rock star-artist could ever give a reporter in a phone conversation, he sighs quietly and offers that utterance. It's funny and self-deprecating, light-hearted and serious, suggestive yet innocent.Or, in other worse, the most perfect response for a band led by a guy who has never held secret any of his flaws.