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Record Of The Day: A Momentary Lapse Of Reason – Pink Floyd

The Final Cut was my favorite Pink Floyd album in high school. This, though, was THE Pink Floyd album of my high school years. Released my freshman year, and followed by a massive tour that led to a live album … Continue reading

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Record Of The Day: Going Back To Brooklyn – Dave Van Ronk

“From Jen-ghis Can to the Fuller Brush man, they’re just a bunch of losers like me.” That’s the last line of the first song on this world-weary and wonderful record, as least as well as I can render it phonetically. … Continue reading

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Record Of The Day: Me Myself I – Joan Armatrading

Joan Armatrading + David Letterman’s band + The E Street Band = FUN.

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Record Of The Day: Northern Lights Southern Cross – The Band

The Band is one of my favorite bands. Even so, I’d never heard this album all the way through until tonight. I’d heard live versions of some of its songs — “Ophelia” and “It Makes No Difference” are on the … Continue reading

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Record Of The Day: Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Live 1975-85

I never used to like Bruce Springsteen. When I was a kid, he represented the kind of mindless jock rock that my friends and I hated. This was, of course, wrong, but it took me years to figure that out. … Continue reading

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Record Of The Day: Truth And Soul – Fishbone

I first learned about Fishbone when I saw them in concert in 1991, opening for Primus. Nothing can really prepare you for your first Fishbone experience. I didn’t know what to make of them. Years later I started to spend … Continue reading

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