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Lee Hazlewood's "13" Is A Wonderful Soul Album That Almost Didn't Happen

13 is one of Lee Hazlewood’s strongest albums. It’s also, technically speaking, not really a Lee Hazlewood album. 13 originated as a vehicle for Larry Marks, a studio employee for Hazlewood’s LHI Records. 859 more words

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The Free Design - Kites Are Fun

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Though this sounds like it was commissioned by an advertising agency on behalf of Big Kite, it is actually the title track from the debut of a 1960s family band. 263 more words

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Culture Villain's Top Picks of 2016

As we once again find ourselves with both feet firmly into the New Year, for some 2016 seemed a year to forget, while here at CV we apparently forgot that New Year was a thing and have been off grid all together. 763 more words


New Age Music on Private Press Labels

The Guardian:

“When did new age music become cool? The mellow tones of new age were once the province of spas, wellness centers, yoga studios and hippie bookstores. 907 more words

Various Artists: The Ballad of JFK: A Musical History of the Kennedy Assassination (Iron Mountain Analogue Research)

Various Artists
The Ballad of JFK: A Musical History Of the John F. Kennedy Assassination (1963-1968)
Iron Mountain Analogue Research

Fifty three years ago today, at 1:00 PM CST, President John F. 418 more words

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Gospel gold: Pastor Barrett reissue

Essential gospel reissued – Pastor T. L. Barrett. Find it. It’s on the Gospel Roots label. Father I Stretch My Hands was recently sampled on Kanye West’s… 27 more words

Tim Buckley: Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions (Light In The Attic)

Tim Buckley
Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions
Light In The Attic

Tim Buckley’s life may have been cut short, but his legacy lives on, and it lives on for one reason: that voice. 483 more words

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