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Musnikksnakk: August

Å, som jeg i slutten av juli gledet meg til august måned skulle begynne. Ikke fordi jeg var lei av bluesens melankoli og klar for et noe mer oppløftende musikkeventyr, men av den enkle grunn at jeg var klar for en berusende reise inn i et annet, alternativt musikalsk landskap. 1,210 more words


Great Society

Here’s an obscure psychedelic classic by San Francisco’s Great Society. You used to hear this spooky take on Sally Go Round the Roses on the free form FM stations on occasion in the ancient daze when a DJ was hip to the band. 179 more words



lost souls of america 
counter revolution count
er revolution
climb off your wooden ships
fly away
i can see from across the pond
that you are from the other side... 26 more words

LeBlog's Cheesetastic Classics: Rick Astley vs Starship

Welcome to the next matchup in our continuing search for the most satisfyingly cheesy pop songs of all time! A LeBlog Cheestastic Classic should be both undeniably corny or over-the-top while also possessing some quality that makes some of us grin and pump our fists in gleeful irony. 2,819 more words

“GRAMMY Salute to Music Legends” will air Friday, Oct. 14 from 9–11:30 p.m. EST on PBS. Presented by the Recording Academy, the salute is a special all-star concert offering a primetime spotlight for The Academy’s 2016 Special Merit Awards recipients. 109 more words


Flight of Fancy with Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson would have loved to fly in a modern airplane.

The President who comes closest to the American Renaissance Man would relish the aerial perspective of the world that so captivated his imagination without boundaries. 479 more words

Gary Conkling