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Geographies of Memory – Episode 45, May 6, 2015: chicago

i’m baaaaaccckkkk

here is a tribute to the city that I just returned from, chicago. what an amazing city, and I truly regret that it’s been so long since I’ve been there – and that I’ve never been there in my adulthood. 109 more words


It's Been One Whole Decade

One of my favourite albums on this Earth was released ten years ago today, May 3rd, 2005.  Separation Sunday is an album for poets and lovers, an album that really brings to attention what a  75 more words

Music Reviews

Salted Rims and Frosted Mugs: The Dramatic Conclusion to Martini Madness

The Madness took place this past weekend in the country of Texas, and it was glorious. Every cocktail was mixed, there was a diverse enough group for educated opinions, and everyone was open minded about trying fancy, old fashioned cocktails that they had previously never had the privilege of sampling. 1,095 more words

Music Video: Kristin Diable - Hold Steady (Live at SXSW 2015)

I’ve already posted videos of two songs from Kristin Diable‘s new album, Create Your Own Mythology.  And now, here’s a third.  This one is a live one shot in the rain at… 33 more words

Music Videos

Welcome to the NDSU English 120 Musician Profiles Assignment site!

Hi folks,

This is the website for posting your Profiles.

the website is english120ndsu.wordpress.com

the login id= english120ndsu

password= gobison!

As an example of how you might post your profile with media formatting and tagging, see below. 409 more words


14/02/2015 – The Hold Steady-The Bear and the Maiden Fair (2013)

St Valentine’s Day is upon us yet again. This year I have spent it with my wife. After a relaxing morning, and a semi relaxing trip to the supermarket, we retired to our lounge where we partook in watching DVD’s. 43 more words


Song of the Day #12 "Party Pit" by The Hold Steady (2006)

The opening song on this album quotes Kerouac’s Sal Paradise, “Boys and girls in America have such a sad time together.” Song six on the album… 766 more words