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Sick of The Pseudodoors.

It’s been a while since I trolled young people, and settled well into cold winter I have precious few opportunities to chase off cheese-eating cretins who try to make a shortcut out of my yard. Indeed, our university is in … Continue reading

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Buy This Now: Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

This band is “holy shit good”. https://wisc.bandcamp.com/album/wolves-in-sheeps-clothing

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David Bowie Dead at 69

One of the true, visionary giants. http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/music/2016/01/11/20-best-david-bowie-songs-all-time/78617650/

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Tunesday: That’s Love

Every year, when the Christmas music is stowed away, I look forward to catching up with Steve & Edye’s holiday album, “That Holiday Feeling.”  Until next season, guys….

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Tunesday: The Mockers: Republican Girl

For anyone who ever suppressed an agonizing, embarrassing, disturbing little crush on Ann Coulter….

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Tunesday 8/25 Lindi Ortega

All My Friends…

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Tunesday: The Housemartins, Happy Hour

Another great band from my youth, slipping slowly into the mists of history.

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Tunesday: Cake–Comfort Eagle

I don’t have a big, personally significant story that goes with this song–it’s just a freaking fantastic tune by a super cool band that too few people know about.  If I needed to claim a personal theme song it might … Continue reading

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Tunesday : 1988 Cowboy Junkies

In one magnificent moment, the time it took for a needle to drop on a vinyl disk, everything I thought about music changed.  I was a big admirer of the Velvet Underground, and for a while spent a lot of … Continue reading

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Tunesday : 1988 Revolution Music–Tracy Chapman

1988 was probably the most pivotal year in my developing taste in music. Until that point, I’d pretty much been a bit of a drifter, taste-wise, taking what I liked from what my friends exposed me to–I could still remember … Continue reading

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