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Fisher-Price

I could listen to

Old Hüsker Dü 45s

On an old Fisher-Price portable turntable

And it would still have greater fidelity

Than you

Poetry

Husker Du - Candy Apple Grey

Originally Released 22nd May 1986. Review originally posted 1st April 2007.

Sometimes, in fact most times, transitioning from the womb of independent obscurity to a major label act is the defining step on a bands’ path to self destruction. 461 more words

Reviews - 1980's Releases

SONG OF THE DAY: Hüsker Dü - "Celebrated Summer"

I had originally written a post a couple of weeks ago about “Celebrated Summer” as a post-Labor Day song for Feelin’ Good Friday. Maybe a loud/soft/loud punk song that makes me tear up generally is not typical of good feelings, but it’s one of my all time favorite songs and is fitting given the time of year. 336 more words

Music Reviews

029 - "Seven Curses"

Episode 29. “Seven Curses” Bootleg Series, Vol. 1-3. Bootleg Series, Vol. 9. New York Town Hall 1963. Bunker. September 15  2017. Rainier

“Seven Curses” was first performed live on April 12, 1963 at Town Hall. 1,250 more words

Bob Dylan

"Morningstar" by Grant Hart

Grant Hart died last week, aged 56, after a battle with cancer. Through Hüsker Dü, Nova Mob and his solo albums he left an extraordinary back catalogue of songs. 1,232 more words

Pop Lib

Eulogy for the Sideman

In the past couple weeks we’ve seen the passing of three unheralded sidemen: Walter Becker of Steely Dan, Holger Czukay of Can, and Grant Hart of Hüsker Dü. 793 more words

Music Ramblings

Grant Hart, and where’s the new stuff?

A slight apology for the slight drop off in posts so far this month. While I could say I’ve been struggling a bit with some frailties,  there’s also been an element of needing to prod myself to get going again after reaching and exceeding the original goals of the Parlando Project. 318 more words

Music