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Record Store Day (Part 1)

Instead of buying extortionately priced re-releases of frankly, some pretty boring, over-blown albums, and instead we all headed to Niagara Records to browse the used records instead.  184 more words

Vinyl

Friday, April 30th

two takes

“Everybody Ought to Treat a Stranger Right” (W. Johnson)

Ry Cooder, live (studio), 4/18/18 (published)

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Blind Willie Johnson (with Willie B. Harris), 4/20/1930 (recorded) 9 more words

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Even though I knew Elliott Smith outside of the industry

“Even though I knew Elliott Smith outside of the industry, I feel lucky to have recorded one of our conversations for a feature that ran in ¬†Alternative Press and later appeared in my book. 301 more words

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Monday, April 9th

what’s new

Ry Cooder, “The Prodigal Son” (trad., arr. R. Cooder, J. Cooder), live (studio), 3/30/18 (published)

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lagniappe

random sights 

today (opening day at Wrigley Field), Oak Park, Ill.

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Oh Yes! A New Record From Ry Cooder

The announcement of a forthcoming LP by master guitarist Ry Cooder, his first since “Election Special” (2012) is nothing but good news. The video of the title track, “The Prodigal Son”, a re-vamped Gospel song, makes me think that spending some of my hard-earned on something I won’t get for 6 weeks is probably a smart move. 597 more words

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Terry Evans 1938-2018

The Mississippi-born soul singer Terry Evans, who died earlier this year at the age of 80, was responsible for one of the greatest vocal moments I ever heard in my life. 160 more words

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Blind Willie Johnson

Blind Willie Johnson had a profound influence on the world of music. Born in 1887, the son of a Texas sharecropper, his father got him a cigar box guitar at the age of 5, and the guitar became his lifelong companion. 357 more words

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