Taking advantage of the unseasonal warmth, I hopped on my motorcycle and rode into Brooklyn. I visited Williamsburg, the new Capital of Cool, where I walked around and absorbed its pervasive hipness. While there, I made pilgrimage to the best record-store in America (Rough Trade). I picked up the musical oeuvre of "The Killer," Jerry Lee Lewis, who was known as "rock & roll's first great wild man."
Jerry Lee Lewis's music, created at the time of my birth (1956-1964), includes numerous classics like "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On," "Great Balls of Fire," and "Breathless." His songs were released as singles by Sun Records, a legendary recording studio in Memphis at which I had a mystical experience five years ago.
Here are some pics of my day. What did you do today?