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New York Dolls - New York Dolls (1973)

I’m ill-suited to Twitter.

Only 140 characters?  Who has time to do that kind of editing?!

To appraise the New York Dolls however, I believe I can praise their eponymous debut more by saying less. 69 more words


The Heptones & The Sound Dimension - Get In The Groove/Version (1972)

The Heptones & The Sound Dimension – Get In The Groove/Version (Studio One, 1972)


The Odessa File

John Voight is a reporter living in Hamburg who, when he comes across the diary of a recently deceased Jewish man, makes the decision to search for the man’s former torturer, a sadistic SS officer who escaped capture after the war. 147 more words

The December 1968, Hullabaloo magazine issue, features an article on the Doors, as well as a photo showing Jim, Dorothy and Pam. Pamela is not credited in the photo or article. 18 more words

Pamela Courson

Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

This beautiful Volvo F88 dropside truck is the work of the fantastically talented Thomas Graafland. Thomas is – believe it or not – a Teen Fan Of Lego, but such is the quality of his building we didn’t feel he needed the ‘Featured TFOL’ accolade (but you can claim it if you like Thomas!). 60 more words


Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers

I grew up listening to a lot of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers. Growing up spending the summer in a boat yard, there were only so many kids around and I just ended up hanging with the older kids. 74 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl

Song of the Week: Shattered, The Rolling Stones

Click Here to listen to “Shattered,” by the Rolling Stones

It was Mick Jagger’s birthday on Saturday, and that’s enough of an excuse for me to spotlight a Rolling Stones song this week. 284 more words