The Smashing Pumpkins – “A Stitch In Time”

By Amrit Singh / March 2, 2010

Track Three in the heavily hyphenated 44-track track-at-a-time free-download quadruple-album-or-so Teargarden By Kaleidyscope is here. Corgan calls it “A Stitch In Time,” has no interest in finishing the “saves nine” part of the proverb, instead letting some sitar-sounding lines curl around a mid-tempo acoustic strummer in an us vs. them lyric scheme on the melloncollie side of the adolescent divide (“You’re everywhere at once and you can’t break free,” lover). Try it, if you don’t like it there are 41 more on the way.

The Smashing Pumpkins – “A Stitch in Time”

Past entries include “Widow Wake My Mind” and “A Song For A Son.”