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September 13, 2014 at 3:48pm
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Steel Mill, 1970 - Bruce Springsteen, Vini Lopez, Steve Van Zandt

Steel Mill, 1970 - Bruce Springsteen, Vini Lopez, Steve Van Zandt

8:47am
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Reblogged from vastandgrand

vastandgrand:

"You Don’t Pull No Punches, But You Don’t Push The River" by Van Morrison from Veedon Fleece

When is Veedon Fleece going to get a reissue?

September 12, 2014 at 6:29am
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Reblogged from whitneymcn

whitneymcn:

Antony and the Johnsons - Knocking on Heaven’s Door (Bob Dylan cover)

This one destroys me a little less than Antony singing Cohen’s If It Be Your Will, but just a little less. A beautiful, delicately fractured take on the song.

Take your cover Friday easy, kids.

6:28am
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I never travel far without a little Big Star

fred-wilson:

you can’t call it a cover when the guy who wrote the song is singing it, but Paul and Tommy have gotten back together under The Replacements banner and are touring this fall. they are playing Forest Hills next week. this version of Alex Chilton, probably my favorite of their songs, is great. 

"i’m in love with that song"

September 11, 2014 at 3:07pm
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9.11 - Fanny Howe →

adequatic:

The first person is an existentialist

like trash in the groin of the sand dunes
like a brown cardboard home beside a dam

like seeing like things the same
between Death Valley and the desert of Paran

An earthquake a turret with arms and legs
The second person is the beloved

like winners taking…

6:35am
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Philip Selway - It Will End In Tears

Randomly popped up in my feed. Reminded me of George Harrison. At his very very best.

Incredible song. RIYL music.

September 10, 2014 at 11:18pm
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In a Time.com article doubling as a U2 PR blurb, Bono claimed: “I don’t believe in free music. Music is a sacrament.” Set aside for a moment that communion wafers are themselves free

— U2 and Apple | Wondering Sound

September 9, 2014 at 9:33am
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"Pigpen was and is now forever one of the Grateful Dead"

"Pigpen was and is now forever one of the Grateful Dead"

September 8, 2014 at 9:22am
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Jennifer Castle - Nature

More incredible music from this record. Reminds me of Antony & the Johnsons.

September 5, 2014 at 6:22am
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Reblogged from whitneymcn
whitneymcn:

Louder Than Love
Released on September 5, 1989: 25 years ago today.
The first Soundgarden record I ever heard, and also the best one, to my ears. And then there’s this: this album, released by A&M, was the first “grunge” record on a major, and for better and worse it kicked off the major labels’ rush to the Pacific northwest.

whitneymcn:

Louder Than Love

Released on September 5, 1989: 25 years ago today.

The first Soundgarden record I ever heard, and also the best one, to my ears. And then there’s this: this album, released by A&M, was the first “grunge” record on a major, and for better and worse it kicked off the major labels’ rush to the Pacific northwest.