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Rocks In The Attic #667: Various Artists - ’20 Solid Gold Hits Vol. 17’ (1977)

The problem with New Zealand’s Solid Gold Hits series is that twenty songs crammed onto two sides of vinyl is just too much. It might have been okay with the first volume in 1972, but as running times got longer and longer throughout the decade, you end up with a very quiet, compressed listening experience. 189 more words


"Slave to Love" by Bryan Ferry

Today’s Song of the Day is actually one of the first Songs I heard today. After listening to a Podcast on Nanowrimo and novel writing, I pressed play on one of Spotify’s Daily Mixes curated for me. 512 more words

Song Of The Day

La primera parte de un cuento sin título

“La maravilla del jazz y el blues radica en la libertad; la libertad de sentir y decir sin romper los límites innecesariamente. Y es que, en contraste con el Rock and Roll, el jazz y el blues no buscan sólo hacerle grietas a los límites de la expresión para decir todo lo que el entorno limita, sino que juegan con las reglas de esa misma expresión, doblan sus límites sin romperlos, y logran remoldearlos a su antojo.  1,144 more words

Random Thoughts

540. the thrill of it all

“I try not to regret things. Life offers way too many options. But I do deeply wish I’d somehow managed to be cool enough as a teen to actually ‘get’ the mid-70s… 84 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse

"More Than This" by Roxy Music

“More Than This” is the Opening Track from 1982’s Iconic Roxy Music Album, Avalon. It is the first Album I ever owned of Roxy Music, and the first Album I ever listened to all the way through. 391 more words

Song Of The Day

Roxy Music : Love Is The Drug

It’s almost Saturday Night.



Just a few more hours here at Bainbridge’s adding up rows and rows and rows of accounts.

A few more hours staring out the window watching the sky darken. 1,125 more words