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Songs That Would Be Pointless to Remake.

Some songs are so ingrained in our psyche that a cover version would not make us forget the original or improve it. Covering them in concert is one thing but remaking them is another. 319 more words


Born to Run - and Shop.

One of my all time favourite books is Born to Run by Christopher McDougall. It tells the story of the coming together of a race in Mexico’s hostile Copper Canyons between the native Tarahumara and a select group of American ultramarathon runners and organised by the brilliant outsider, the late, great, Caballo Blanco. 628 more words


A strange place to be in.

The other morning I was running one of my normal 6 mile loops off of 1604. There is a large wooded area that covers a large portion between a newer neighborhood that was built and Braun road. 1,146 more words


Bruce Springsteen, Born to Run (2016) review

I like that Bruce doesn’t just talk about the records and chart positions. You get into the process, the thrill of seeing Elvis on TV for the first time, the arrival of the Beatles and the Motown sound. 202 more words

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A CirdecSongs Perfect Album: "Born to Run"

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, Born to Run (Columbia, 1975)

PERSONNEL: Bruce Springsteen (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Garry Tallent (bass); Max Weinberg (drums); Roy Bittan (keyboards); Clarence Clemons… 1,210 more words



By mile 70, it’s getting dark and spooky.

This is a bit of an issue, because by my own reckoning, it’s only about four or five in the afternoon. 282 more words


Five Nonfiction Impactful Books for your Summer Reading List


It’s normal for me to have more than one book on my reading list at any given time. I have an audiobook in my car, a digital book on my Kindle, and a dead tree book to read for my monthly book club. 508 more words

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