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"coming down" - dum dum girls (2011)

Personal happiness is a luxury. We all face tragedies and problems that attempt to break our foundation. Some people experience more suffering than others, but it is ultimately pointless to compare ourselves with other people. 594 more words

Smiles in the School Cafeteria

“Telephone’s ringing, but I don’t answer it
’cause everybody knows that good news always sleeps till noon”

– Michael Timmins from Sun Comes Up It’s Tuesday Morning 614 more words


Top 40 - A Retrospective - 1990

Maybe I wasn’t paying attention much in 1990 — high school was a miserable time for me, and I spent a lot of time listening to the second Led Zeppelin album and Pink Floyd’s The Wall and Wish You Were Here. 443 more words


Top 40 - A Retrospective - 1988

You’re going to have to forgive me if I get spotty and miss a day or two, darlings — I’m doing some heavy editing (like heavy petting — no less sweaty, but with less friction) for the upcoming book, and it’s a time consuming process. 400 more words


New release - Lee Harvey Osmond: Beautiful scars

Beautiful scars” is the third solo album by Lee Harvey Osmond, psychedelic folk project of musician Tom Wilson, follow – up of the 2013’s “The Folk sinner”. 115 more words

Cowboy Junkies - I'm so lonesome I could cry

Cowboy Junkies are a Canadian alternative country/blues/folk rock band. The group was formed in Toronto in 1985 by Margo Timmins (vocalist), Michael Timmins (songwriter, guitarist), Peter Timmins (drummer) and Alan Anton (bassist). 188 more words


Songwriters Tom Wilson and Brent Tyler explore dark corners of life live in Bragg Creek

In the hands of gifted artists, the often complex matters of the human spirit and journey can come vividly to life, shining a light on what we might not otherwise readily see in ourselves or others. 668 more words