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Both Sides Now

I moved from Canada to England when I was 18 years & 7 months old. I picked up and packed up and transferred my life 6,733 km from where I started. 1,029 more words

Must Own Albums: Singer-Songwriters

Don McLean – American Pie

I’m fairly sure most people in the civilised world know the chorus to McLean’s opus ‘American Pie’ and would quite happily sing it at the top of their voice. 357 more words


Joni Mitchell

Joni Mitchell is my all-time favorite, period. I can thank Pete (who is light years ahead of me musically, as well as in pretty much every way) for introducing me to her when we were in high school. 579 more words


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

A lazy, sunny afternoon

Joni Mitchell and Charles Bukowski’s Post Office. New album, new book. Technically they’re both old, just new to me.

I feel like more of a cliche with every passing day. 17 more words


L.A folk duo brought to the light

Light In The Attic reissue a haunting folk album from Eric Caboor and David Kaufman. The duo released Greetings From Suicide Bridge in 1984 and today it will deservedly find a new audience. 258 more words

Love is touching souls, Surely you touched mine, Cause part of you pours out of me, In these lines from time to time.

Today is my mother’s birthday, and I’d like to dedicate this blog post to her. She is the most beautiful, talented, loving woman I know, and I am so proud to have a mother like her. 496 more words