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John Cale & Vincent Kenis - hunger

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Album Sahara Blue
Poèmes d’Arthur Rimbaud

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The Velvet Underground

Are they really punk? Maybe. Musically innovative with a heavy focus on poetry, they created a truly original sound that influenced countless musicians.  The vocals and music exist on an equal level with neither overpowering the other with greater importance.  66 more words

New York CBGBs Scene

100 Years, 100 Songs, 100 Nights - I Love New York

I don’t know when my love affair with New York City commenced. I grew up in the suburbs in Norwalk, CT. We were considered a bedroom community, one hour by train from… 232 more words

Postaday2014

Lou Reed & John Cale

Every Thursday, I feature a review from the original print version of The Reconnoiter.  I began publishing it in November of 1990.  It followed a smaller version of the fanzine, which was called The Cog (1985 – 1989).  104 more words

Pop/Rock

Song of the Day, April 16: Helen of Troy by John Cale

Today’s song is Helen of Troy by John Cale, the title track from the last of three albums he recorded for Island Records. Cale had done the initial work on the album between producing… 188 more words

Song Of The Day

Marsbar Playlist ~ 3-22-2014

March 22, 2014

David Marsden on the Rock.FM every Saturday and Sunday night from 7 p.m. until midnight. Streaming live via the Internet. Join the fun and get some interesting (and always entertaining) information at the… 307 more words

Marsbar Playlists

Brian Eno - 40 Years of Changing Music

In listening to Brian Eno’s work, I think back to what I’ve read in Sonic Alchemy, in the beginning of his chapter. It describes him slipping on a rain-slicked sidewalk in London and tumbling into the street. 417 more words

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