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Live Review: Killing Heidi - York on Lilydale 24/8/19.

By special guest reviewer Hayden Crimmins.

Well Heidi’s not dead yet and this tour is gaining momentum with each show, this was the final show on the Victorian run for now but left us all looking forward to one more show in December down on the Peninsula, 528 more words

Music

A Review of Everyone Leaves by Spring In Coma

Based out of Santiago, Chile, the riveting sounds of Modern and Post-Black Metal band called Spring In Coma. The band’s avant-garde style adds a ferocious amount of depth and surrealism to their sound. 137 more words

Music

WHY ARE YOU RUNNING AWAY?

Run Like Hell is taken from Pink Floyd`s 1979 The Wall album. It`s part of Pink`s slide into a drug induced imaginary world, where he sees himself as an Hitleresque figure rallying the masses to his cause, while all along he`s simply singing a song to a disco audience. 207 more words

Poetry

THE SOUNDS OF SUMMER: DAY 66 OF 95: "LIGHT MY FIRE"- THE DOORS

The Sounds Of Summer: Day 66 of 95: “Light My Fire”- The Doors. The Summer of Love was full of great music. The Beatles album “Sgt. 148 more words

Entertainment

MY MUSIC LISTENING JOURNAL: DAY 552: SATURDAY AUGUST 24, 2019

ALBUMS

  • ARETHA FRANKLIN: ARETHA’S GOLD: 1969: SOUL: 5 STARS OUT OF 5 STARS: VINYL: When Aretha left Columbia for Atlantic in the late 60’s her career took off.
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Tales of Rock - Queen guitarist Brian May

In case your musical knowledge doesn’t pre-date the ’90s, Brian May played lead guitar, wrote for and was the sometimes lead singer of Queen. He put the words “We Will Rock You” (surprisingly), “Who Wants to Live Forever” (ironically), and “Fat-Bottomed Girls” (not so surprisingly) in Freddie Mercury’s mouth. 327 more words

Philadelphia

Love – The Red Telephone – a song about the claustrophobia of society and freedom.

Love – The Red Telephone – a song about the claustrophobia of society and freedom.

Love came straight out of LA in the sixties. They were unlike their name being more of a Punk Band than a soft lovey sound. 366 more words

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