Gold — What’s Wrong — Some Answers

1. The curtains in front of the closed window are blowing in the wind, while those in front of the open window are hanging straight.

2. The
horizon visible through the left window is higher than that visible through the
right one.
3. The waves visible through the left window
cannot be seen through the right one.
4. The door frame is not square. The top piece
extends too far to the left.
5. The legs on the chair next to the door are not
touching the floor.
6. The cord leading from the electric guitar on
the floor runs to the telephone instead of a wall jack.
7. The wine glass contains red wine, while the
wine bottle contains white wine. 
8. The left front leg of the guitarist’s chair
doesn’t touch the floor.
9. The open window sashes are upside down.
10.The walls of the room appear to be covered
with exterior rather than interior plaster.
23.The palm-like plant to the left of the “wine”
table does not appear to be planted in the pot beneath it.
24.The “shade” on the floor lamp in front of the
open window appears to either be upside down or a bowl.
25.There appear to be odd things on top of the stereo
26.The antenna sitting on top of the TV does not appear to
be connected to the antenna wire attached to the upper left back corner of the
TV set. That wire appears to lead into a leaf on the plant.
27.A filtered
cigarette is sticking out of the crumpled pack of Camel unfiltered cigarettes
lying next to the wine bottle.
28.There does not appear to be a door knob on the door. The
top hinge is visible on its left side, so a door knob should be just to the
left and below the spot where the doorbell is shown.
29.Given the apparent lighting in the room, the shadow of
the chair next to the door may not be right.
30.The floor looks to be sub flooring that should be covered
with carpet or hardwood strips.
31.I’m not sure why there is a double-barreled shotgun
propped up in the corner between the door and the mirror.
32.The apparent deck of cards sitting next to the TV set
might have a problem.
33.The photo on the cover of Andrew Gold’s previous album
(visible on the floor leaning against the music bench) might not look as it
actually did when sold in stores. Ditto for the cover on the issue of People
Magazine that is lying on the floor beneath the TV set. In fact, I’m not sure
that Andrew Gold ever appeared on a People Magazine cover.