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Days Between Stations: Ushering in the New Exquisiteness (05/96)

Chris Isaak is a longtime San Francisco pretender to the rockabilly throne, whose James Dean looks and Presley moodiness have rarely taken him much past genre. 1,123 more words

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Song of the day: 15 October 2014

In 1986, Chris Isaak published his second album, Chris Isaak. There is not a lot of information on the song, but it’s a magic song: it really gives the feeling that you are alone, probably in that blue hotel… enjoy

Chris Isaak- Blue Hotel

Song Of The Day


Listening to at the moment (/for the last week and a half): this reprise of Chris Isaak’s song two and a half¬†decades later by Swedish band… 74 more words

Chris Isaak from the front row

The from-the-front-row series is back yet again with a new series of photos shot at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. 54 more words


Tula // Chris Isaak

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The Berlin-based, Swedish quintet Tula released this masterpiece of a cover about a week ago. The original by Chris Isaak is a classic that I can never get enough of. 48 more words

New Music

There was an original video for Chris Isaak's Wicked Games that was directed by David Lynch

Chris Issak’s “Wicked Game” was not a quick success. Despite being released in 1989, it didn’t achieve real attention until it appeared on the soundtrack of David Lynch’s movie¬† 42 more words