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Liner Notes | May 2017 | I've Been Thinking...

Hello everybody! Welcome to another edition of the Liner Notes series. First of all, I must apologise for the lack of content over the last couple of weeks. 515 more words

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Ueckert-Smith: Liner Notes “Highway 61 Revisited” by Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan definitely should not write liner notes ever. Apart from not making any sense at all, these notes were completely unrelated to the album “Highway 61 Revisited” and were difficult to read due to the lack of punctuation and grammar. 403 more words

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Ways To Discover Music

I’ve been asked on a number of occasions how I go about discovering music.  Someone will learn that I went to a Peter Brotzmann concert, and wonder how the hell I ever heard of a guy like that, or someone might come to my apartment and see that I have an increasingly rare thing called a physical music collection, and become curious as to how I built it up.   2,485 more words


Liner Notes | April 2017

Hello! Welcome to another monthly Liner Notes! I was debating skipping this month’s addition because so much has happened since the last that it’d be hard to condense it all into one coherent post, but seeing as it’s the last day of April AND that it was Record Store Day last weekend I couldn’t keep ignoring it. 440 more words

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Kiraly: Review of Album Liner Notes for 'HIStory' (Book One) by Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson’s HIStory (Book 1) is described as one of the artists’ most personal album, after allegations were made against him relating to child sex abuse, and further mistreatment issued by the media and tabloids. 690 more words

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[Linus] Reviewing: Liner Note on "Love Has Many Faces: A Quartet, A Ballet, Waiting To Be Danced" by Joni Mitchell

An album note of a considerable length, this is an interesting autobiographical writing that provides readers with personal experiences and muse in Joni Mitchell’s musical life in relation to her works. 445 more words

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London: Review of ‘EMI Classics’ Chopin Etudes & Ballades CD Liner’

This CD liner commences by providing a brief biography of the pianist, Andrei Gavrilov, although this does provide a summary of the pianists’ career, it does not contain even complete sentences and misses an opportunity to provide some insightful pieces of information about the pianist. 355 more words

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