After the annoyance I described in the previous post, it's so gratifying to read this lovely report "Jammin’ With Jensen and Jason" @ fangasmthebook. There were many parts in the report that moved me deeply. My favorite in particular is this passage:

The next song was another Ray LaMontagne song, “God Willin’ and the Creek Don’t Rise” – it’s sad, haunting, full of longing, and Jensen’s voice carried all the emotion eloquently. After, he confided that some of the lyrics seemed to perfectly evoke his loneliness sometimes, alone in his trailer in the Vancouver rain, as he sang “the rain’s about to drive us all insane.” One of the things that makes music so moving and so personal is that it does pull for those feelings, whether you’re listening or playing, and the moment of shared vulnerability made the performance quietly powerful.

The complete report can be accessed here. Go read it because it's awesome; it's the next best thing beside seeing the performance live. I can't thank the ladies at fangasmthbook enough for sharing their experience with us so eloquently.

ETA1: Here's another lovely report. Thank you so much [livejournal.com profile] winsangel, you lucky girl!
ETA2: Another heartfelt blog by MediaChick @ indiechicks wordpress blogsite.
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