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Category Archives: music
I came across Koan a couple of days ago. They are a Russian psycho-ambient band – a duo. This is just a nice sound. Many of their songs have titles that related to Greek mythology – though this track is … Continue reading
Nick Cave and the Happy-Happy Joy-Joy
Just wanted to post his Higgs Boson Blues And this cool interview he did with Rolling Stone.
You Shouldn’t Let Other People Get Your Kicks For You
I know it’s about a year old, but I spend a happy 20 minutes flipping channels through Bob D’s interactive “Like A Rolling Stone” again. Hey, maybe you should, too.
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Speaking of Which…
Some of the songs inspired by the women mentioned in the previous post: Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right Layla You need to play that again, louder. Pattie tells her story: You Can’t Always Get What You Want Sister Morphine … Continue reading
Heaven send Hell away
We were talking of Things Eternal over at Sheila’s place and Soundgarden made the point I wanted to make. So, in looking for a good YouTube of Black Hole Sun I came across this acoustic version by Chris Cornell. Heaven … Continue reading
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Streaming Music versus Buying It.
I’ve been considering purchasing one of the paid plans for Spotify, and as part of my decision-making process I was curious about how the musicians are paid. According to this letter from the president of a small label, Spotify pays … Continue reading
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