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#songoftheday: The Allman Brothers Band - Blue Sky

In a lot of metal songs,  the guitarist going off on some perpetual solo tangent seems to me like they’re missing the point.  It’s technically impressive, but can lose that sense of melody and feeling from the song. 77 more words

Music

Jimmy Buffett at Bethel Woods: A Review

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band hold a special place in my memories and in my heart. As my dad used to say, Jimmy Buffett is a love him or hate him artist, if you love him you join in the fun but if you hate him you switch the station.  1,008 more words

Sounds

Become Part Of The Problem

The difference between songs and jazz is lyrics. (Look it up. Presently contained in the new edition of ‘Stop Being Such A Nerd’).

What someone says while the musicians go about there business is the true connection between art and us. 740 more words

Jason P Krug

Old Stove Brewery

“California is a place [...] in which the mind is troubled by some buried but ineradicable suspicion that things better work here, because here, beneath the immense bleached sky, is where we run out of continent.” – Joan Didion… 929 more words

Los Angeles

Long Island Medium: My Experience

Last weekend my friend Dawn and I went to see Theresa Caputo, The Long Island Medium, at The Beacon Theater in New York City.  Having bought the tickets on a whim a couple of months back I wasn’t sure what to expect.   711 more words

Family

"Okay, the Allman Brothers Band": The Allman Brothers, Song Arrangement and the Blues

Those words start one of the records that changed my life. I’m referring to The Allman Brothers/At Fillmore East. I remember hearing it during the summer of 1971. 594 more words

Blues

One More Silver Dollar

By Susan Lilley

When I finally get the car radio to myself,
one hand roams the satellite
and I almost miss it.
And I’ve got one more silver dollar… 279 more words

Poetry