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Midnight Band: The First Minute of a New Day

One of the last times I went to Garnick’s, Bobby, the record guy suggested I take this home. He knows how much we jazz and poetry. 227 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl

Seen. Not herd.

‘Where’s my arc?’ laments Christopher Moltisanti during a moment of self-pitying introspection in The Sopranos. Though he’s eventually fobbed off by fellow gangster, ‘Big Pussy’ Bompensiero’s wisecrack, ‘You know who had an arc? 1,085 more words

Saturday playlist: revolution

Every Saturday we kick back with some sweet tunes on a particular theme. If we ever run out of ideas, Stephanie takes over and spams us with Sabaton. 138 more words



The album you may have missed, but definitely need to hear.  325 more words


Congratulations. We’re Doing Something Right!

Congratulations, African Americans. We must be doing something right because the attacks are increasing!

Racist incidents at predominantly white universities are occurring more and more. 567 more words

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The Gift of Gil Scott Heron – Seeing the Present In The Past

Johannesburg” and “Gun” are the first songs I remember hearing by Gil Scott Heron. That was in the mid 1970’s. I’ve often listened to the vinyl that I still have of Gil. 931 more words