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After Twitter, Facebook, paying your bills, mowing the sheep, completing your bug collection, and waxing your eyelids, do you really have time to spin “Whipping Post” or “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree”? Deep down, you know you’ll never get to the second disc of the Can box set
The tagline, “I belong to the blank generation,” became the battle cry for the CBGB’s punk rock crowd. The perfect angst anthem for self-designated outcasts.
Listening to the mix today, it sounds like in-jokes and variants in the same place and and… “what I was seeing wasn’t what was happening at all but for awhile our paths did seem to climb.”
“It’s getting very hard to stay” is how a lot of the people in the dust bowl felt. “Every child had a pretty good shot to get at least as far as their old man got, but something happened on the way to that place means that children used to have futures, and they used to have good opportunities for when they grew up
Our teacher played the class the tune “Dust Bowl Dance” by Mumford and Sons; she said to use that for inspiration and try to find songs that had some relevance. I banded together with my best friend and fellow music lover, Tristan, and we created the best playlist that teacher will ever see.
My dad had died the night before. That night, around 3 in the morning, I was listening to Tapestry by Carole King and ever since that this important in its own right album meant more to me than it ever might have.
You can send it to the Zooey lookalike of your dreams with a note, maybe a heart being burnt to a cinder in a car wreck and not a word, not glance. You can walk by them in the school gym and smile to yourself safe in the knowledge that nothing is revealed…
It’s just the band is so tight that it feels ridiculously close-knit and well rehearsed. That in an of itself is beautiful; listen to any of their songs, and you’ll hear how many little intricacies there are that put JM above and beyond hundreds of other bands.
Cliche, but necessary. Of course no one knows the words to the whole thing, ’cause it’s pretty much impossible, but the chorus is sure to induce a sing-along. Definitely the best apocalyptic song ever written
Prince Rogers Nelson also became a pop sensation with his double album 1999 and that little ol’ band from Texas conquered the MTV generation and had their greatest success after a decade plus of recording. Ray Davies and The Kinks had the most heartwarming comeback of the year
Wow! The charts this week are as stale as a fruitcake but then again so is popular opinion. Did you happen to catch Michael Buble when he was on Saturday Night Live doing Christmas Duets? Could well be one of the most hilarious bits of all last season. Buble is the new Harry Connick Jr- pure Christmas material, plain and simple.
What the world needs now is a playlist with happy reindeer, candy and diamonds. Oh and of course a little bit of fun. Heres what’s worth listening too when you need a energy boost.
Imagine that you could record one more record with Johnny’s later period weathered vocals with Rick Rubin, taking a break from imagining what chicken fried steak tastes like, twiddling the knobs. Here are the tunes that Rock NYC would break out for the occasion.
The tune incorporates the lines “You are my sunshine, my only sunshine,” and “You make me happy, oh when skies are grey”. That’s a song that my grandmother used to sing to me all the time, and hearing it has always stayed resonant.
in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy the Northeast surely cant be begging for Twizzlers. Kids get jipped anyway since parents are so paranoid that their neighbors are going to toss Anthrax in the Pixi Stix- idiots