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Fun House by The Stooges

The marathon was starting to take its toll. “Only three left to go,” I told myself, trying to overcome the weighty tiredness that coursed through my body. 2,473 more words

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soundstreamsunday: "1970" by the Stooges

Three months after Miles Davis unleashed Bitches Brew on the rock and jazz worlds, the Stooges second record, Fun House, appeared.  Like Davis, like a lot of music in 1970, the band was looking for the elemental, pushed by psychedelics to the fringes of structure, open minds creating extremes of focus.   276 more words

Rock And Roll

"1970" by the Stooges

Three months after Miles Davis unleashed Bitches Brew on the rock and jazz worlds, the Stooges second record, Fun House, appeared.  Like Davis, like a lot of music in 1970, the band was looking for the elemental, pushed by psychedelics to the fringes of structure, open minds creating extremes of focus.   272 more words

Rock And Roll

Funhouse Portal (unhinged)

Unhinged is too weak a word for the wildest moments of Fun House, especially closer “L.A. Blues”, a fiery freakout that’s more heroin than LSD and makes no pretense of song structure. 102 more words

My Shameful Addiction - To Poetry

Review: Fun Home by Alison Bechdel

“At once a coming-out story, an examination of the complex relationship we can have with our parents, and the role of art and literature in processing our lives… Smart, darkly funny and a little fearless, … 432 more words

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Down on the Street.

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The Stooges – Down on the Street (1970)

What fresh soft play hell is this?

Soft play is a necessary evil of modern parenting. Although it’s a great way to entertain/wear them out without anyone wrecking your own clean (ish) home, for goodness sake do your research before you go. 682 more words