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The Coldplay Effect: or, When Good Bands Go Bland

I was standing looking at our late summer garden the other day (yeah, I know the title suggests this is about music, but work with me, okay? 2,184 more words

8-27-14 The Glass Has Water In It

Today ended the “Abigail/Lilah Transition Show” as it is time for us all to go our separate ways. These are the last two photographs I took. 11 more words

Photography

The Birds of St. Marks

Jackson Browne, one of my favorite songwriters, has a new album coming out in October.  This is the first song released from the record, The Birds of St. 47 more words

Glenn Frey Holds All the Secrets

The 70’s were fun. I think. It’s all a little fuzzy. A peaceful easy kind of fuzzy.

Comic Commentary

James Taylor: 2 Vintage Releases Next Month

A concert recording of James Taylor in his heyday and some less than stellar mid-1960s recordings featuring him are both being released in the next couple of weeks. 106 more words

Music

Wrestling With The Angel, Chapter 9

If you’re a new visitor to this blog, the purpose of my Wrestling With The Angel series (or category) is to highlight and share individual songs that are on a list of mine entitled: Devastatingly Great Songs. 1,291 more words

Posts With Video

"Farther On" by Jackson Browne

In my early years I hid my tears
And passed my days alone
Adrift on an ocean of loneliness
My dreams like nets were thrown… 261 more words

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