Monthly Archives: November 2015

Still Thankful for Glen Campbell

I finally got the chance to watch the documentary I’ll Be Me now available on Netflix.  The film follows Glen Campbell on his final tour from 2011-2012 as he and his wife, Kim and family (many of his kids are in his touring band) handle Glen’s situation dealing with his Alzheimer’s disease. Watching the film […]

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New Music Friday

Besides exclusive Black Friday deals, there is one other deal you should no about which combines the best things of Christmas past and Christmas present. It’s available on Amazon.  As it’s described on the site: Produced in 1980, this Christmas Album was produced by Meco Monardo (who had previously recorded Star Wars and Other Galactic […]

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The Best Thanksgiving movie

Happy Thanksgiving!  I’m very thankful for so many things.  One of them is knowing Joni Mitchell is making progress health wise after a very arduous health scare this year.  In honor of The Last Waltz possibly the greatest concert film if not one of the best films ever. I give you Joni Mitchell singing Coyote […]

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Black Vinyl Friday

I probably shouldn’t call it Black Vinyl Friday as practically every disc offered by your local independent record store during the Black Friday sale is splashed with color. Here are my top 5 suggestions from the long list of records that might be worth waiting in line for to get this Black Friday 2015. The […]

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2 For 2uesday

Dr. Barry Lyons Hi-Fi Holiday is back for his 26th year with his curated songs from Thanksgiving to Christmas to, let’s face it the Granddaddy of them all, Hanukkah. Here are the two songs he’s posted.  So far so good.  If interested, request to get on his list! David Lorango “Leaves Of November” Glam Chops […]

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Benjamin Clementine and Sturgill Simpson

Benjamin Clementine and Sturgill Simpson don’t really have a lot in common.  Benjamin is from England and lived in Paris for a while before moving back to London.  Sturgill is from Kentucky.  Benjamin’s music has been compared to Nina Simone and Edith Piaf.  Sturgill’s music is reminiscent of Waylon Jennings and the Outlaw Country music […]

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New Music Friday aka Adele Day

Good news for the music industry.  According to Billboard, Justin Bieber will most likely have the #1 album this week with over 525,000 in sales of his album Purpose.  The number 2  record on the chart is One Direction’s fifth studio album, Made in the A.M., which could launch with over 475,000 sold.   Good news […]

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Get Out

Globally speaking, it’s been a pretty depressing week.  So this week it might be a good idea to go see some extra positive music. Friday at The El Rey is The Polyphonic Spree. They will be celebrating their 15th anniversary of spreading love, peace and general good vibes. Tuesday, make your way to The Fonda, […]

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More Adele

Another Adele song trickled in yesterday.  I am shocked that 2 days before the release of her album there have been no reports of the full album leaking to the internet.  In the meantime we have this one new video and a memorable quote showcasing her self-effacing wit. “I did a Kim Kardashian,” says the […]

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2 for 2uesday: In Memoriam for France

Regarding the events in France last week I tend to agree with Bono “…If you think about it, the majority of victims last night are music fans. This is the first direct hit on music that we’ve had on this so-called War on Terror. It’s very upsetting. These are our people. This could be me at […]

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