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SINGLE REVIEW: Please Don't Cry by Michael Burrows

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Michael Burrows is a singer/songwriter hailing from Australia. Despite this being his first official release, he has recorded original songs with the great Kiwi songwriter Neil Finn (who has just joined Fleetwood Mac) and has toured with Martha Wainwright. 256 more words

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Concert Review: Eaux Claires Festival's No Advanced Lineup Concept Proves a Risky Affair

The 2018 edition of the Eaux Claires festival, the four year-old, artsy two-day fest curated by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and The National’s Aaron Dessner (pictured), came with a unique, potentially exciting concept for anyone tired of the same played-out fest tropes: no lineup would be announced until festival-goers took to the field in Eau Claires, Wisconsin. 625 more words

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Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

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Released in 2002 on Nonesuch Records

Produced by Wilco

Mixed by Jim O’Rourke

Recorded at the Loft, Chicago

Format: 180g LPx2, includes CD

The Best Music Documentaries You Should Watch Right Now

As much as music is about the songs, it’s also about narrative, and the people who make it. An album is only as good as how badly people want to listen to it, and it takes interesting stories to create that connection with an audience. 2,490 more words

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Estéreo360º 76: Rufus T Firefly

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Ir a descargar Estéreo360º Programa 076: Rufus T Firefly

Recibo en Estéreo360º a Julia Martín Maestro (vía teléfonica) y Víctor Cabezuelo (en el estudio, como pueden ver arriba), cabezas visibles de una de mis bandas españolas favoritas de los últimos años: … 304 more words

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"Via Chicago" by Wilco

“Via Chicago” by Wilco is part of a trio of “Chicago songs” that I love. They all have attached themselves to the bittersweet memories I have of that city, and the two different times I spent there. 277 more words

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I Was Welcomed With Open Arms...

Hell Is Chrome

I have no idea what Jeff was writing about in this song.  Maybe it’s an allegory for something in his life.  Maybe it’s saying the “devil” is actually the church?  480 more words

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