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Nov 21 “The Art Of McCartney” Reviewed Track By Track
Battles have ensued between those who claim the only song worth listening to is Dylan’s, those who think it is fun and shouldn’t be taken that seriously, those who consider it borderline Karaoke and Def Leppard are guilty if only by association and those who are going back to their GNR roots. Me? I say all of the above…
Posted 21 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 21 Watch Angel Olsen’s New Video For ‘Windows’
The video is an enigmatic beauty, beautifully shot, and it shows Angel and her famous blank stare, as she goes from total expressionlessness to a real sadness frozen on her face, while her emotive song is played
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Nov 21 Billboard To Include Song Streams In Ranking System
So my question is, will this dethrone Taylor Swift because she has removed her music from Spotify? Bakula thinks it’s simply impossible: ‘No amount of streaming in the world could keep Taylor from No. 1,’ he declared… this girl is definitively way too powerful for my taste.
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Nov 21 “Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets” Reviewed
It closes with 20 minutes from the ashtrays of the final show. In between, Jarvis and the rest of the band discuss their career while fans sing their songs, remember the band before they got famous,
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Nov 21 Manu Koch And Filton M’s “Mandatory Underground” Reviewed
The trick here is don’t concentrate on Manu, he’ll come for you when he wants you, concentrate on the beats which are consistently hooky, they are like little tommy guns on all four tracks and they will keep your ears centered while you ride away on keyboards that kind sound Enoish and Ornette Colemanish within a coupla bars of each other.
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Nov 21 rock nyc Top 10 Songs Week Of November 17th, 2014
A nice week of music, especially surprisingly enough Nickelback who I have never come close to liking and is now in my good books because they found the perfect foil for their MOR rock with a perfect pop rapper. DP are a seriously good band.
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Nov 21 Foo Fighters Want You To Wait In Line For Concert tickets
I wouldn’t stand in line for… anyone. No, wait, maybe 20 years ago I stood in line for three hours to get Brian Wilson to sign a CD for me… but otherwise. Still, aging rockers of all stripes might indeed fight the boys…
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Nov 21 10 Songs: Friday, November 21st, 2014
Take Me To The Water – Fred Hammond – That’s water not river and this is a terrific soul funk spiritual workout making a mockery of my recent claim that his new album is a little laid back, he is a riveting shout out to the soul and a US wonder of Gospel – A
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Nov 20 November 20th Is The Transgender Day of Remembrance, Listen To Zach And Kriegs “Keeping You Alive”
First of all I want tell all of the transgender community how courageous you all are for being emotionally strong […]
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Nov 20 Ariel Pink Reviews The Top Five Pop Songs
The sleazy misogynist character wants to marry Swift and is in love with Grande, but does he really think anything of all this or is it just a series of bon mots? Does he really like Taylor Swift, or should I read again
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Nov 20 TONIGHT!!! Tunisian Protest Singer Emel Mathlouthi LIVE@365
I am, obviously, quite familiar with Arabic pop and Emel sounds less like Trip Hop goes to Palestine, and more like The Weeknd or maybe I mean Lorde with all the electronica going on, meets Fairuz and it is very very good.
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Nov 20 Listen To The Ropes’ ‘Sadness Is the Rich Man’s Drug’
The Ropes are very mysterious and they make intriguing music, on their Facebook page, they pretend to be from Antarctica (although they are really from New York city), they hide behind black hoodies, and play with paradoxical words in the titles of heir songs
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Nov 20 US Top 10 Albums 11-29-14
Now, Tay has reached 2 Million units moved she can await the topple next week when One Direction will take over the top place. In my 1D review earlier this week I claimed 300,000 units would be a hit for the band, it looks like it will be 400K. Plus, Harry is the subject matter of a certain song called “Styles”.
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Nov 20 US Top 10 Singles 11-29-14
It is topped off by Taulor Swift’s masterpiece, quite possibly the song of the. Incidentally, for the first time ever a woman has replaced her # 1 with another # 1.
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Nov 20 10 Songs: Thursday, november 20th, 2014
Social Deathplay – XTRMST – If you never much cared for AFI, don’t let that put you off this loud and rowdy metalcore band, I mean who doesn’t want to scream “antisocial” in the world’s face and be paid for it – B+
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Active Viewin': Concert Picks For Week Of September 23rd, 2013

you can still feel it all over

Sure, you’ll be a 100 miles away and sure you will have to sit through the dreaded Alicia Keys and almost as dreaded John Mayer to get there, but IT IS LITTLE STEVIE WONDER and any chance to see this great songwriter, one of the greatest of all times, must be seized with both hands and cherished. I’ve seen him a number of times and it has never come within a million miles of disappointing me.  On Saturday (which is good) but at the Great Lawn of Central Park is not ideal (Radio City was ideal) but this is a huge gig. A must see. It is a benefit so go to globalfestival.com and figure it out for yourself.

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Gigs, Man – The Del Lords Return This October

The rock and roll band of the moment return to New York

Early last summer, I had the wise guy idea of going to see Buddy Guy and the Del Lords on the same night. The mathematics was simply Buddy at 8pm, Del Lords, last of three bands, at 1030p. Makes sense, right? Nope, I missed all of the Del Lords gig, they went on second not third, except for the final five minutes of Neil Young’s “Southern Pacific”

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An Evening with Falling In Reverse

Please Radke Dont Hurt Um

Let me bring

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