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Wooden Shjips’ rise to prominence from the psychedelic underground to the rock and roll overground has been a steady sojourn. With each consecutive release, the band has found new ways of transforming heady psychedelic rock into minimalist masterpieces, bridging the gap between the woozy freeness of Les Rallizes Denudes and Crazy Horse and the tightly wound simplicity of Suicide and the Velvet Underground.
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Many of us pride ourselves over our national monuments; e.g., The Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore. However, like all public goods, these national treasures require collective action for upkeep and, in some cases, provision. 1,768 more words
Where would we be without Neil Young? I have no way to prove this, of course, and this kind of speculation usually drives me crazy, but I think rock music would be very different without him. 341 more words