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waterloo sunset

Rusty bus brakes moan,

Cheap earphones sing bitter,

To rows of empty seats.

Trying to drift off,

But tears burn like chip fat,

Cos this scene’s meant for me. 193 more words

Poems

Quote Of The Day - By... TY SEGALL

California born Ty Segall influenced by Londoner legend Ray Davies from The Kinks

Quote Of The Day

Pretenders II

This peeks at a great band’s demise. Everything that made them connect is here — the way Jimmy Scott uses phasers and harmonics, the way Chrissie Hynde shows tough love (among other virtues) — but the record is a drag. 56 more words

Music

Music Year in Review (Part 2)

I was going to write this yesterday but ran out of time. On Friday, I started talking about the albums that have had a significant impact on how 2017 went for me, even if they didn’t come out in 2017. 648 more words

Reviews

Rocks In The Attic #651: David Bowie - ‘1966’ (2016)

It’s interesting that Bowie emerged from such run-of-the-mill ‘60s beat-pop into something so relevant and unique. For me, aside from standout singles Space Oddity and… 149 more words

Vinyl

“THEE ŒARLY DAYZE OF HYGHE KNYGHTES” – Part II

Lord Madrigal: Songs that evoke Englishness, Tudor and Elizabethan Dandy’s, Knights in armour, Castles with a drawbridge, military decoration, thee golden age of chivalry, Heralds and Challenges, pillaging and burning, siege warfare, Camelot, majestic tapestries, burning witches, Courtly gestures, troubadour attire, Christian Crusades, swords, jousting, dulcimers and harpsichords, gregorian chants, madrigals, monks and horses, magic and fables. 30 more words

Kinks