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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Just came across this today on the ‘Tube and found it highly entertaining. This dates back to 1990 and clearly a lot has happened in the last 21 years! I love the guy they interview at the record show, right around the one minute mark. He seems rather proud of his 4000-LP collection! This is […]
I came upon this one in a Goodwill awhile back. Honestly what first struck me was the WRKO in the title. I grew up in the Boston area and remember my parents listening to ‘RKO a whole lot. Back then they were mostly a music station, but after 1981 they switched to all talk. Here’s […]
Boy, this was a great find…and at a place that seemed to have little to offer for quite some time. To browse the vinyl at this particular thrift shop, you need get down, and I mean DOWN on the ground and dig through a nasty pile of mostly grimy and moldy records. But I keep […]
I have a lot of respect for Henry Rollins. I’m a big fan of his music and spoken word stuff too. A friend lent me one of his spoken word tapes many years ago, along with Weight, which is to this day my favorite Rollins Band album, and one of my favorite albums ever. Henry […]
I’ve been vaguely familiar with Joan Armatrading for years– in fact, she was one of those artists who I had been hearing on the radio since I was a kid, but I never knew it was her. Songs like “Drop the Pilot” and “(I Love it When You) Call Me Names” popped up pretty frequently. […]
Haven’t had any luck this week. For a while it seemed like I was coming across some pretty good stuff (a lot of which I still haven’t posted here yet), but at the moment I’m not finding a whole lot. Hit one place today that I haven’t been to in about 5 months and they […]