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- God I miss Bill Hicks 12 October 2017
- POEM: unlocked 11 October 2017
- How To Talk To Your Kids About Christopher Columbus 9 October 2017
- House Concert: Ross Hammond 5 October 2017
- POEM: Ed, John, Kevin, Mike, Sid & Me 2 October 2017
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I’m going to say it: This is a perfect record. It’s like stepping into the world of Schoolhouse Rock and getting to live there, with all that sunshiny 70s soul. Why Phoebe Snow isn’t a household name can only be … Continue reading
What a killer record. Released in 1980, this album finds Bowie on very solid ground, cranking out left-of-center pop-rock hit after hit. You’ll find “Fashion” and “Ashes To Ashes” here, but every song could be a radio staple. BUY IT.
Huzzah! My copy of this record just arrived a few minutes ago. I haven’t even opened it yet, but I’m so excited to finally hear it. I heard an excerpt last year and immediately pre-ordered a copy. BUY IT.
I don’t know how this happened, but somehow I made it 41 years without ever listening to Graham Parker. I had a friend in Tucson who was into Parker, but I didn’t know this friend very long and moved before … Continue reading
I like many different calypsonians, but to my ear, the Mighty Sparrow IS calypso. BUY IT.