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Talkin' 'Bout Her

My Girl

Favorite Lines:  I don’t need no money, fortune or fame. I’ve got all the riches, baby, one man can claim. 40 more words

Summer Photon Blasts, with Cats, and Music

So now that it’s August the light is changing and has a sad feel to it. It reminds us that fall is coming, even though it can be as late as November getting here. 301 more words


Street art celebrates legendary musicians!

Check out this extraordinary street art in East Village! All four sides of an electrical box have been colorfully painted with the images of legendary musicians. 146 more words

E.P. REVIEW: Misery by Terry Blade

Terry Blade is an award-winning singer/songwriter currently based in Chicago. His music is essentially a fusion of soul, RnB, jazz and blues, along with indie and folk influences. 750 more words

Faulkner Review

The Hi-Jacks - I Could Never Love Another (After Loving You)

Here are The Hi-Jacks with another soulful cover. This time of the 1968 Temptations hit “I Could Never Love Another (After Loving You)”. You can read more about the Hi-Jacks here.


July 27 - L.A. Not Temptation Enough For Motown Greats

By 1972, Motown had shifted its headquarters west and many felt the “magic” of their ’60s output was long gone. But there were exceptions as the label and its flag-bearers moved into new terrain, geographically and artistically. 510 more words

Artist Profiles

10 Essential Songs by Smokey Robinson

When ranking the greatest songwriters in rock and popular music of all time, most lists are capped off by either John Lennon, Paul McCartney, or Bob Dylan. 1,415 more words