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Weekly Vinyl – Morricone

I Western
Ennio Morricone
(1971)

Just the first sounds of this album made my heart flutter. The theme from “The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly.” Or one of the other classic spaghetti westerns that made Sergio Leon, the film director, and Ennio Morricone, the music composer, household names the world over. 124 more words

Weekly Vinyl

The Vinyl Addict #30

So as I said in this week’s ‘Album of the Week‘ post, I’ve been away for a couple of days to Scotland. Therefore with me being in a different place, there was a need to visit the local record shop! 337 more words

Vinyl

Album of the Week #26

What a week it’s been so far. I’ve spent that past 4 days, from Monday-Thursday in Scotland seeing the brother, so I’ve not had a great amount of time for my blog. 322 more words

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And on to the convention...

The Libertarian Party convention is this weekend. From what I understand, the two top contenders this election are Gary Johnson and Austin Petersen. Personally, I align more with Austin, and I do hope he’ll be the guy. 140 more words

Libertarian

Hidden Supreme

Testing the waters with a B2B formula..

Supreme Pharama(SL.CN) is of the first LPs to all but abandon the retail sales route and mail-order business, to pursue a… 141 more words

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Converting me into a bullet

Richard Harris is now chiefly famous for two things: singing the mysterious, melancholy song “MacArthur Park”, which was a huge hit in the late 1960s, and playing the role of Dumbledore in the first two Harry Potter films. 408 more words

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What it says on the tin

In all of music, is there a more romantic instrument than the cello?

Rhetorical question. ‘Course not.

If you want to hook someone on classical music, take them to see a good cellist play. 383 more words

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