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Creativity Runs Wild

At TAD Town we often take breaks in our homeschool schedule when it is needed. Whether it is for an illness or just a mental break, I try not to stress if our schedule does not match a typical school schedule. 526 more words


Decca Sound - the Mono Years

In music circles, there has been a lot of debate of late about the current vinyl revival. Are people drawn to LPs because they want a “warmer sounding” recording? 107 more words


On May 13, 1966.

On May 13, 1966, The Rolling Stones released the song “Paint It Black”.This is the first single from the US version of their fourth album “Aftermath”. 86 more words

"Schoolboy Blues" (aka "C--ksucker Blues") (1970) by the Rolling Stones

“Schoolboy Blues” is the infamous song the Rolling Stones recorded to get out of their contract with Decca Records, when they were told they owed Decca one more single before their contract was up.   97 more words


Suppé, Overtures, Vienna Phil / Solti, Ace of Diamonds (Decca), 1969 (1959)

Why blog about a bog-standard late 60’s budget label release? After a mega-bucks blue-chip investment record, I feel I should return to my roots – which is rooting out the records that are neglected audiophile and musical delights, which can be obtained for pocket change. 893 more words

Classical Music

Fresh Vinyl: Happy 83rd Birthday to Loretta Lynn!

Loretta Lynn is a country icon, she celebrated her 83rd Birthday yesterday. And she is stilling performing (a lot.) I was first introduced to her by friend Jasmine. 369 more words

Fresh Vinyl