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Chris Martin of Coldplay + REMs Michael Stipe: Losing My Religion 121212concert

Chris Martin of Coldplay onstage with R.E.M.’s Mike Stipe with Losing My Religion. Gotta have that Out Of Time remastered album.

Rock Classics

Heather Mooney hated Winona Ryder

As a jaded and pop culture-scorned non-biodegradable byproduct of the 1980’s, one of those MTV/GenX-ers that, according to New York Magazine, are more attached to our i-technology than the “M” generation, I can’t remember which brain matter I’ve left on which train in which neighborhood, but I can remember the lyrics to 30 year old songs that once were anthems and are now just background fillers in obscure cafes. 910 more words

Rocks In The Attic #556: Blondie - ‘Plastic Letters’ (1978)

Plastic Letters is album number two for Blondie, and starts to see them move towards more of a pop sound after their grittier debut. Their choice of covering Randy & The Rainbow’s 1963 hit… 310 more words


Friday, January 13th


Patti Smith, “Peaceable Kingdom,” “People Have the Power” (with Michael Stipe), live, New York, 12/5/16


Another take.

Live (“People Have the Power,” with Michael Stipe), Chicago, 12/30/16… 7 more words

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Today In Music History: 01/04/17

Happy birthday to the former frontman of R.E.M., Michael Stipe, who is 57.

On this day in 1967 The Doors released their self-titled debut album, ranked #42 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. 255 more words


Classic Rock Almanac January 4, 2017


Today’s Question: The Doors released their self-titled debut album 50 years ago today (January 4th, 1967).

On what Los Angeles beach did a chance encounter of former UCLA film students Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek lead to the formation of The Doors? 310 more words