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Throwback Thursday

The Cranberries :: Roses

Posted February 23, 2012 by Annie Wagner

So, do you want the good news or the bad news first? Okay. Let’s start with the good news: The Cranberries exist. The bad news: They made a new album (to be released on February 27th, 2012), and so far… well…it’s not so good. More good news: The release of their new album brings back […]

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Bangles – Walk Like an Egyptian

Posted September 28, 2011 by Annie Wagner

Throwing back to a time of permed hair and torn jeans, here are: The Bangles. With their folk-rock harmonies and killer permed bangs, these were THE quintessential 80’s poster girls. (We have family pictures to prove their influence on my older sisters’ style). What also impresses me is that 30 years ago, these girls started […]

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The Cure – A Forest (1980)

Posted March 22, 2012 by Kevin

Going back to early 1980 from The Cure’s second album, Seventeen Seconds.  During the creation of this album, Robert Smith pulled bassist Michael Dempsey from the band and replaced him with Simon Gallup which resulted in this masterpiece, driven and anchored by one of best basslines in the band’s history.  The video for the song catches Smith […]

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Andrew Bird – Sifters

Posted September 28, 2011 by Kevin

One of my favorite jewels from his relatively unknown, 11-track, collection of live songs he performed in  2009  at Chicago’s Fourth Presbyterian Church titled – Fingerlings 4 (also see: Fingerlings, Fingerlings 2 and Fingerlings 3). One of the most impressive aspects of Andrew Bird’s music is his ability to take all of his vituosity and skill, all of […]

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Pee Wee Crayton – Peace of Mind

Posted March 28, 2012 by Jonathan

Last week Wes and I went to Los Angeles for business and stopped into Amoeba Records on Sunset in Hollywood.  It is the best record store I have ever been to.  If you are ever in LA, make it a visit.  Their old blues and R&B section is huge and deep.  I found this great […]

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