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Psychedelic! A Visit to the Moog Factory

When I was about twelve or thirteen, I discovered the Monkees. Even though I hated playing the piano, I really wanted a Moog synthesizer just like Micky Dolenz.  380 more words


Day 1478: Bosses, Babies, and Monsters

Yesterday, I went to see the monster hit  Hidden Figureswhich included bosses, babies, monsters, and so much more. Whether you’re a boss, a baby, or anybody else, I recommend you go see it. 198 more words

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This Week In History: The Monkees, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Jimmy Buffett, and Adele

It doesn’t get any weirder than this week in music history as we head back with the introduction of the Monkees; The East Street band plays to the smallest crowd ever; Sir Paul gets busted in Japan; Jimmy Buffet should have flown a little higher over Jamaica; and Adele is larger than life! 327 more words


Song of the Day, January 13: I'm A Believer by the Monkees

Today’s song provided a landmark in the careers of two very different talents. By the end of 1966, the Monkees were riding high. The “Pre-Fab Four” had a hit TV series, a monster #1 debut album, and a #1 debut single. 149 more words

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Treats of the Week Vol. 15 (Sponsored by Mad Rush Media)

It’s time for some more Treats of the Week where I look (semi-weekly or monthly – I should really change the name – HA!) at music I’ve purchased over the past few weeks/month(s). 1,286 more words


10 albums that left a lasting impact on teen w.p.

There is a thing going around Facebook: List 10 albums that made a lasting impression on you as a teenager but only one per band/artist. Don’t take too long and don’t think too hard. 183 more words

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Knitting: A Michael Nesmith Inspired Hat

I didn’t want to learn to knit in order to make pretty scarves or baby gifts or the latest hipster trend. I wanted to learn to knit so I could make dorky fangirl things. 161 more words

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