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Throwback Thursday

’99-’01 – My Era of Awakening

Posted March 21, 2013 by Chris

I’m gonna try a little somethin’ different for a Throwback Thursday. Allow me to share a tale… Once upon a time, I did not have the best taste in tunes. Although, I sure thought I did. To be completely fair, I wasn’t exactly “terrible.” I was, after all, flying through junior high and high school […]

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Neil Young and the Bluenotes – Coupe De Ville

Posted November 29, 2012 by Kevin

One of the more introspective songs on Young’s 17th album This Note’s for You album, Coupe de Ville is a gorgeous, stark bluesy jazz song. Couched in a melancholy minor-key mode (not unlike Stormy Weather), most listeners will peg this as a song about the desire to see a missing lover.  However, take a deeper listen. […]

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Widespread Panic – Ain’t Life Grand

Posted August 7, 2012 by Kevin

Throwing back to 1994.  Every now and then I get a fever that only a long summer drive with windows down and Michael Houser’s guitar blaring through the speakers can cure.

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Beck – Hell Yeah

Posted July 26, 2012 by Kevin

Although Sea Changes will always be my favorite of his, Beck’s 2005 Guero will always have a special place in my heart.   The whole thing from cover to cover is simply spectacular.  Hell Yes is one of those songs that can only be best enjoyed on a hot summer day, in a car, windows down, […]

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Paul Simon – Duncan

Posted April 11, 2012 by Kevin

From his first album as a solo artist, Duncan paints a vivid portrait of Lincoln Duncan’s life on a night when he’s kept awake in his motel room by the couple in the room next to him “trying to win a prize. . . going at it all night long”.   I don’t think there’s ever […]

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