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A few friends got into a discussion of the Beatles (The White Album) which led me to wonder. What if the White Album was released instead as a typical length album of the time –? A single album with less than 25 minutes per side?
Here’s how I’d mix the 1968 release of The Beatles: Revolution
Chuck Welch suggests listening to “And When I Die” when you need a “pick up.”
“Rarely is an artist as honest and revealing as Natalie Merchant in her new video and song, ‘Giving Up Everything,'” says NPR Music’s Bob Boilen. “Watch the video, let it settle in your bones, and watch again.” This is a familiar Natalie Merchant.
Devo. Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert. If you’re old enough to remember either, you want to watch the video below. Someone posted two Devo sets from ’79 & ’80 transferred from the pre-broadcast tape. I’d like to thank them ever so much. Continue Reading →
Rufus and Martha Wainwrights’ Christmas 101 is a charity concert for The Kate McGarrigle Foundation. In addition to Rufus and Martha Wainwright, the show featured Emmylou Harris, Maria Muldaur, Van Dyke Parks and many members of the McGarrigle /Wainwright clan. Continue Reading →