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New Music Tuesday

This is the last week of the year in which there is actually some new music.  Next week, it’s all greatest hits, reissues, live performances and holiday music. Seeds is the new album from TV On The Radio and the first one since the death of bassist Gerard Smith who died of lung cancer in […]

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Get Out

Summer is here!  That means the Getty Museum is back to  showcasing artists and its amazing campus on its Saturdays off the 405 series. Laurel Canyon folk rocker Jonathan Wilson opens up the series.  It’s a great chance to see one of the most talented and in-demand musicians doing his own thing.  His latest album […]

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Favorite Drinking Songs

The cool thing about drinking songs is that no music style has the patent on the right way to create the perfect drinking song. Hip Hop to Country to Rock they all have created some memorable songs. I know St. Patrick’s Day is about more than just drinking so let’s just say it’s a coincidence […]

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The O Face

There’s something about rocking out and creating that face that super, sexy face that lets you know they’re working hard for the money.  The website Ultimate Classic Rock reminded me of the O face, which reminded me of this great Dana Carvey bit about guitar players. Of course this isn’t limited to guitar players.  Here’s […]

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Neil Young vs. the CD

The CD turned 30 years old this week and while it’s not aging so well, Neil Young is happy to see it go.  I think the day after it came out Neil started complaining about the compressed sound.  Neil is even less thrilled with MP3’s, calling Apple the “Fisher-Price” of sound quality.  Well Neil is […]

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