I am conducting the Geoffrey Wilson, leader of the civil war inspired band Jus Post Bellum (a reference to the aftermath of the American civil war). A subject both insulated and open ended though, to be honest, something of an art project than a constant for a rock band… maybe? Listening to Geoffrey's folk songs, the lyric on, say, "Stonewall Jackson" veers into the prosaic though the music, a blurry accolade plus exemplary use of the "n" word -it shocks for its timing in ways hip hop can't even think of doing anymore. Better is "Sheryl Ann", so rooted in …
Posts By: Iman Lababedi
there isn’t a song I AT LEAST LIKE A LOT
No danger left,right?
Ashley looks back in anger
Like Emerson, Lake And Palmer got mugged by Tiesto
“I’ve said everything I want to say”
any words about even the US Judicial system might reflect poorly on China. Which doesn’t actually have one.
Indie by the numbers, but smart numbers
just a buncha people arguing about music.
a hard dancehall-y double time
she has lost her bloody mindedness in the wetlands of desire.
Foo fighters are NOT A GARAGE BAND, THEY DON’T COME FROM GARAGE LAND.
“One more special message to go / and then I’m done and I can go home.”
I know Amy!!!
He has been going through a long, smirky, self-satisfied road throughout the 21st century
where are the rest of the fans
Davies: Man… that voice
Kurt Cobain, the greatest songwriter of his generation
it’s off to jail we go
If 10% of Americans are gay, then 10% of hip hop stars are gay. Can you name any?
The Pogues owe Titus Andronicus exactly what Titus Andronicus owe rock nyc: NOTHING.
the dad who fell to earth
it is the nature of reality to hide itself
Not bad but not major
Springsteen missed his calling
Wyman was central to one of the, if not the, great rhythm sections in rock history
…not exactly country)
Colbie come to New York… say I DO
The problem with Bruce isn’t simply his actions but THAT IT IS HIM WHO DID IT.
a head dunk into Regga
might repay closer listen
I have been streaming Paul Simon's So Beautiful Or So What on NPR and I am pretty damn impressed though mot always. A little too much so what, here. For the beautiful:Early on there is three killer tracks, The Afterlife", "Dazzling Blue" and "rewrite" that are as strong as any moment in his solo career you care to mention. "Rewrite" is like an outtake from his first album only the rhythms aren't the same. It sounds like 1970 Simon but it has such a strange off beat rhythm, it doesn't. By the end Simon is whistling and it really is …
still buzzed from the concert
Far be it for me to judge a musical by its blurb , but this sounds like the most boring piece of crap known to man or beast. A musical to be makes its debut next year in Atlanta. 1. Music by Mellencamp. I think that speaks for itself. 2. Book by STephen King -who somewhere in the past 30 years, forgot how to shut up. 3. Musical director: T. Bone Burnett -remember when this guy was cool? circa King Of America. Well, he sucks now. Oh and Atlanta -yeah, lotsa great musicals opened that far outta town.
where is Bono?
great original melodies!
10 weeks at # 1
Wait till they get the Weezy collab!
a musical vortex
Charlie Sheen is talentless, but all he needs to do is say “Duh Winning”
At three and a half hours, it wasn’t long enough
Time for something to shake up the charts.
The Strokes won’t give you their phone number
He loves Pete Seger? After the revolution Seger’s commie pals would’ve taken Bruce outside and shot him for wasting valuable farmland.
“Graffiti” was a better album
a weak early rap mislead me
“We’ve been talking March 2012 in Omaha for the actual recording. Sony will be handling marketing and distribution.”
not my cup of whiskey