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Geographies of Memory – Episode 38, February 25, 2015: El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles del Río de Porciúncula 1965-1980

los angeles. but not just los angeles – the enchanted years between 1965 and 1980 when some of the greatest rock and folk musicians on the planet congregated there, specifically in laurel canyon. 193 more words

Which Side Are You On?

Take the money out of politics–Overturn Citizens United
6:37 min; lyrics below


You might be a young man, with the mountain in his step,

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A Words Look: "These Days" by Jackson Browne

These Days is one of my favorite Jackson Browne songs. As I have aged, it has also slowly crept up the ladder for a permanent top-tier spot in my heart and soul. 185 more words



1972 ALL OVER AGAIN…We tried to remember the last actual live rock and roll concert we had attended. Advancing age aside, it was a strain. I guess it’s either just being lazy or too comfortable watching each other watching TV. 397 more words


Track of the Week 15th Feb 2015

Each week I choose a song from a movie which may be popular or not. The only criteria is that its a great  song and it fits the scene in the film perfectly. 285 more words

Track Of The Week

JACK SAVORETTI - " Nobody Cept You " Bob Dylan Cover

The Cosmopolitan Quartet Session presents this week the incredibly talented Jack Savoretti. Jack absolutely blew us away with his rendition of this Bob Dylan… 55 more words


Top 21 of ’77 - #2

#2 – Jackson Browne – “The Load Out/Stay” – (1977)

This is actually two songs. But they’re so commonly played as one that I’m including them as one. 122 more words