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Standards for Bank Robbers

You go into a bank, you produce a gun, and order the cash, gun goes off, injures someone, homeless at the time, judge gives you twenty,  local press cheers, as does the public, you’re a bank, tax free zone, you lend,  to those who propose,  to take over a small country, the details vague, the return is big, you get the applause, respect of the press, such a shrewd move, in difficult circumstances, you helped over throw, a government interested in people, the financiers came from a gaggle of sources, the owners of the money not established, assorted funds well branded banks and others, five hundred thousand lives ruined, many are murdered and imprisoned etc etc, they treat the guy with gun harshly, ignoring the organizers… 105 more words

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The Daily Cut: The Eagles "Desperado"

The Eagles: “Desperado”

ALBUM: Desperado

YEAR: 1973

WRITERS: Glenn Frey and Don Henley

Never released as a single, it’s remained one of the group’s live and classic rock radio staples. 159 more words

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This Week in Music History: Black Or White Enters Seventh Week At #1

Sources: NJ1015 – By Big Joe Henry | All Things Michael

December 6th, 1966The Beatles record Christmas greetings for two pirate radio stations. Radio Caroline and Radio London, both stations are broadcasting from ships anchored just off the British coastline. 385 more words

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This Day in Music History — December 5

1968 : Graham Nash quits The Hollies and a few days later forms Crosby, Stills and Nash.

1980 : Just 3 days before John Lennon is killed, U2 play their first show in the US when they perform at The Ritz Ballroom in New York City. 73 more words

This Day In Music

History of the Eagles

By chance I began watching History of the Eagles on netflix the other night; I don’t have a particular interest in the Eagles, but was intrigued by the fact this documentary is 3+ hours long. 486 more words

Music

Burn Out vs Rust Out

One can happen in a day….

The other can take a life time.

“Back in the 1970’s Neil Young sang a song about the emerging punk ethic. 622 more words
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"Love Will Keep Us Alive"


The Eagles
Hell Freezes Over, 1994

For some reason — okay wait, I know the reason: it’s because I just watched that three-hour Eagles doc on Netflix — “Love Will Keep Us Alive” has wormed its way into my skull this week. 209 more words

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