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Anthology: R.E.M. - Part II

The second half of R.E.M.’s discography began with 5 years of worldwide mega-success. In the US alone their next 3 albums all went quadruple platinum, and they were a permanent fixture of 1990’s radio-waves, as huge hits like “Losing My Religion”, “Shiny Happy People”, “Everybody Hurts”, “Man On The Moon” and “What’s the Frequency Kenneth?” were ubiquitous to the point of annoyance. 3,922 more words


New Orleans Instrumental No. 1

After all of these years, why do I now love this R.E.M. song so much?

Automatic for the People just celebrated it’s 25th anniversary and was reissued on vinyl. 309 more words

Blogging the 2017 Grammys Category 55 – Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling)

Brighter Side Gustafer Yellowgold

Why is this a kid’s album? It’s McCartney-esque Gilbert O’Sullivan pop record. The dude’s friends all said ‘you should do kid’s music!” So it’s marketed as kids music, but it’s just floofy melodic pop. 478 more words

Grammys 2017

Move Over Aspirin, Laughter Is The Real Wonder Drug

I slept like a rock last night. Laughter is the best sleeping pill.

Bridget was still laughing when I kissed her goodnight, she grabbed my hands, trying to get me to stay just a little longer and continue to be silly. 1,012 more words


Lisa Loeb Lullaby Girl

For those who may have missed the release of Lisa Loeb’s “Lullaby Girl” album, you may be interested with the collection of songs; with the majority of them being covers, in fact, only two of the songs being originals. 166 more words