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King of Pop - And The (Un)Credited

Over the course of the last week, many music and entertainment outlets briefly observed the sixth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death. Love him or despise him (because of his music or behavior), the majority of credit for the King of Pop’s album “Thriller” was shared between Jackson and producer Quincy Jones. 802 more words

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Immortality Inc - Robert Sheckley

A man dies in the Fifties and is resurrected one and a half centuries later. He wakes to a world of suicide booths, of a Mars colonised by China, of entire plant ecologies that devour themselves for the entertainment of restaurant patrons, of mindswapping, of zombies and poltergeists and werewolves, and of frustratingly antiquated gender roles. 140 more words

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What We're Listening To This Week: June 21-27

Don’t Look Back- Peter Tosh & Mick Jagger

The Wailers are often an afterthought to frontman Bob Marley, but they have made music just as special that frequently goes unnoticed. 364 more words

Music

Feeling Drunk, Juiced Up And Sloppy

Here’s one that blind-sided me a bit, I just bought a brilliant LP on a whim, Rolling Stones From The Vault: The Marquee Club Live In 1971… 746 more words

Record Collecting

Once Upon A Star- Celebrity Kiss and Tell Stories- Peggy Trentini

Why Did I Buy This Book?

When popping to the Big Apple with your best friends in the world you definitely don’t want to bring anything to heavy with you to read.   358 more words

Autobiography

The Rolling Stones' Dark Masterpiece

Many people say the 1960s ended at Altamont, when the Hell’s Angels fatally stabbed an eighteen year-old black man named Meredith Hunter during a huge, Woodstock-like music festival. 159 more words

Longreads

DeRusha Eats: Mick Jagger's Minneapolis Choice – Café Lurcat

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – When Mick Jagger came to town he didn’t go out to eat at a trendy, hot new restaurant. He picked a place that’s been here a decade. 313 more words

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