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The perfect storm
The perfect storm
About the sounds made by wind, and wires. and other things. And not a mention of Alan whose name was not Mutton but Lamb.
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The perfect storm
RIP Chris Bailey
RIP Chris Bailey
The frontman and co-founder of The Saints died on the weekend, aged 65.
of any live band I saw, they certainly had the biggest effect,” Nick Cave told me much later. “They were the ones who could actually play
“There was a lot of hype by the time we got to London cause the punky rock thing had taken off, but back in Oz we wouldn’t have been pissed on if we were on fire,”
·theage.com.au·
RIP Chris Bailey
Alan Blaikley obituary | The Times
Alan Blaikley obituary | The Times
The man who suggested Dave Dee and the Bostons change their name to Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich and composed the music for RD Laing's record Life and Death is dead. archived 23 Jul 2022
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Alan Blaikley obituary | The Times
Nick Drake's Pink Moon
Nick Drake's Pink Moon
Pete Paphides digs through John Peel's records and speculates wildly about what Nick Drake may or may not have listened to. Interesting and annoying in equal measure. A few records you may not have heard of.
·johnpeelarchive.com·
Nick Drake's Pink Moon
Tom Tom Club: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
Tom Tom Club: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
i never had much time for the tom tom club forty years ago (i was firmly in the david byrne camp) but seeing them do these lovely acoustic versions of dr.wordsworth and genius of love made me very happy.
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Tom Tom Club: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
Flowful
Flowful
i think 'Drive' for when i am cleaning which is not often enough.
·flowful.app·
Flowful
About Lou Reed’s Words & Music: May 1965
About Lou Reed’s Words & Music: May 1965
After the death of the Velvet Underground front man, two archivists and his widow, Laurie Anderson, discovered a mysterious sealed package from 1965. Inside was treasure: never-before-heard, folky versions of “Heroin” and other classics.
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About Lou Reed’s Words & Music: May 1965