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Quote from: Jetavan on September 20, 2012, 10:04:00 PMMC Yogi, Elephant PowerProbably the creepiest thing to end up in my inbox today.
MC Yogi, Elephant Power
Current 93, "All the World Makes Great Blood"
But it had not been in Tess's power - nor is it in anybody's power - to feel the whole truth of golden opinions while it is possible to profit by them. She - and how many more - might have ironically said to God with Saint Augustine, "Thou hast counselled a better course than thou hast permitted."
Agalloch, 'Falling Snow'
My entire family passing around a ukulele (none can play) and making up songs. If it were so funny I'd tell them to stop.
Slim Chance - Todd Snider
Quote from: Kerdy on September 22, 2012, 05:52:32 AMMy entire family passing around a ukulele (none can play) and making up songs. If it were so funny I'd tell them to stop.Again. I'm beginning to regret the purchase.
Quote from: JamesRottnek on September 23, 2012, 02:12:27 AMSlim Chance - Todd SniderWhoa whoa whoa, a Todd Snider fan in the house? YES!
Diamond Head - Lightning to the Nations
Quote from: Asteriktos on September 25, 2012, 11:59:59 PMDiamond Head - Lightning to the NationsClassic album.
When Ray Charles was a boy, country music could be a rifle shot warning to a black man. No matter how sweet the lyrics, it could say “Race line here. Step Back.” But he didn’t . Ray Charles was the great blender of American music.Gospel, jazz, R&B, soul – and country. In 1962, before civil rights and “I have dream,” he put out an album that crossed all kinds of lines. And set American music free.This hour, On Point: Ray Charles and the blending of American music.
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