a very limited musical window
Posts By: Iman Lababedi
a stage presentation luminous in its beauty
an update of Phil Spector, and with Christmas Bells ringing
no sophomore jinx
he remembered where he had seen it before
dozens of artists you want to see and got to see, all in one night
The future is invisible.
it has a certain discretion and honesty
Equal but different
Logic, G-Eazy, Post-Malone…
a major statement by a major artist on his wedding day
“Part Of Me” followed by “Midnight In Harlem” was so spectacular
a must hear roundup of what we didn’t get
” Poor wretch, doomed to walk this hallway for a thousand years”
Two big fat slobs on either side of me, playing air guitar, getting down, and hitting me like a pinata
No Beyonce, true.
Bing was Elvis Presley to Frank’s the Beatles, and this was Frank’s A Hard Day’s Night
It makes you wonder about the media’s writing on everything, on Trump.
I am not sure about Liam…
the next Nicki Minaj?
to be who you are
rocks em socks em but not violently
crushed the man’s skull again until parts of his brain were on the rock.
Slim down the set to two hours of hits, then go out for a five day bender
At the very least, it has a terrific beat
Bruce spends the first quarter of an hour of his “Springsteen On Broadway” discussing Elvis
if Latin popsters can keep the likes of Justin Bieber and Beyoncé performing with them
Everyone is Jack Woltz
color me impressed
“Don’t let the bastards get you down?” Kesha didn’t
after a fifteen year absence
an inky blue look into the darkness
“You’ve stage dove to this one…now REALLY listen “
Springsteen has more than earned his place among this pantheon
validated insanity through art.
She seemed so alone
a fanbase doesn’t gurntee you a huge hit
stuck between grunge and metal in a world of Brit Pop
perhaps the best charity single you’ve ever heard
it burns itself down to ashes around you
Fleetwood Mac meets Bright Eyes
the line between adoration and self-delusion
the top SIX haven’t moved an inch
“Respect. Honor. Freedom” indeed.
I like every song he has released off this album
intense rebuttals to male sexuality through a borderline misandrist
Like Fleetwood Mac meets Conor Oberst
in the top ten since February