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Radiohead – Talk Show Host

Posted September 22, 2011 by Wesley Warren

Only a band like Radiohead can get away with writing a transcendent song like “Talk Show Host” and then relegating it to a B-side, whereas most other bands would be lucky to write anything as good as this song’s opening riff. But the fact that it’s a B-side just adds to its mystique as well […]

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WORLD PREMIERE: New piano piece by Mozart – Allegro Molto in C Major: Florian Birsak

Posted March 29, 2012 by Annie Wagner

Scholars have unearthed what they believe to be an original composition by the bright star that was an 11-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Check out this super exclusive, newly released, piece of music. (If you check out the bar at the top of this video, you’ll realize that only those with the link can view it. […]

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Sly and the Family Stone – Underdog

Posted October 24, 2011 by Kevin

Man got you down?  Leave it to the one and only Sylvester Stewart to get you back on your feet.  

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Daniel Lanois – Fire (2003)

Posted March 29, 2012 by Kevin

What happens when a production genius turns his talent to songwriting?  Bingo – You get this.  Daniel Lanois has some pretty impressive production notches in his belt:  U2‘s Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby and Unforgettable Fire, Peter Gabriel‘s So and  Birdy, Bob Dylan‘s Time Out of Mind and Oh Mercy, Neil Young‘s Le Noise, Willie Nelson‘s Teatro and over […]

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Deer Tick – Mange

Posted November 17, 2011 by Kevin

After two albums of wily, adolescent country, Rhode Island’s Deer Tick hits adulthood—and all the heartbreak and fear of mortality that comes with it—hard on these ragged, shadowy ballads.John McCauley III’s fiberglass croak couldn’t sound further from Neil Young’s whimper, but The Black Dirt Sessions is this band’sAfter the Goldrush, stuffed with devastating songs laid bare by weathered, […]

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