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(music monday) Dire Straits: LOVE OVER GOLD

Dire Straits – Telegraph Road

Poslastica za vse, ki z mano delite ljubezen do glasbe na iglo. Ponedeljki so od sedaj naprej namenjeni gramofonskim ploščam. In za danes sem si izbrala… 433 more words

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II. The further on I go, the less I know

In this review, Peter Gabriel, Us (Real World, 1992).

I came of age in the early 90s, that silver age of the mix tape. CDs had become ubiquitous, making creating kickin’ mixes easy. 454 more words

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This Week in Let's Play: 9-13 January

Welcome to This Week in Let’s Play, your handy guide to what’s been going on in the world of LP.

CATCH-UP:

Jake the Hawk discusses his first impressions of This War of Mine: The Little Ones. 626 more words

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Weekly Vinyl – Digging it

Dig It
Klaus Schulze
(1980)

The Dig in the title is short for digital. This is Klaus Schulze’s first serious foray into the then new digital musical synthesis realm. 123 more words

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Milano-Madrid, and back again

Miguel Bosé was born in Panama (South America); his father was a famous Spanish bullfighter ( Luis Miguel Dominguín), his mother an Italian actress (Lucia Bosè). 298 more words

Andy Warhol

Lettering by Warhol?

In my previous post I wrote about the booklet that was part of the luxurious promo map made by CBS in 1983, for the release of  318 more words

Andy Warhol

Lauren Ruth Ward: Whiskey and Blues

Lauren Ruth Ward has one of those killer voices that you instantly fall victim to. With a deadlock stare and ruthless attitude, Ward is ready to bring back the best part of the fiery blues from Baltimore to Los Angeles. 210 more words

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