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My Beautiful Reward

Next in my series of covers is this gem from Lucky Town. A fantastic album closer and one of my favourites from the era.

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Influential Albums - 4) Born in the U.S.A.

To celebrate the upcoming publication of my short story, “The Record Collector,” I’m finally doing the “post an influential album each day for 10 days” thing that several friends challenged me to do. 237 more words

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Rock Stars Take A Turn, Find New Voice on Broadway

All the press of late about recording stars on Broadway has been about Bruce Springsteen and David Byrne — and for good reason. Those two shows energized audiences and possibly brought to the Great White Way an audience who might never have thought to touch foot in a Broadway theater. 678 more words

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"They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us" by Hanif Abdurraqib — Amanda Hiber

Hanif Abdurraqib’s They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us (Two Dollar Radio, 2017) is like no other book I’ve read. In essays that combine pop cultural criticism, sociopolitical commentary, and memoir, Abdurraqib cuts to the core of his subjects with sensitivity and eloquence. 706 more words

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Darkness at the Edge of Town

Due to Covid, I’ve taken the time to listen to music each day. One of my rediscovered favorites is “Nebraska”, by Bruce Springsteen from 1982. It’s one of the few albums that I listen to start to finish. 1 210 more words

Pet Shop Boys - Stuart Price Trilogy

When Pet Shop Boys reappeared with Electric in 2013, it was the shortest gap between albums in their career. Despite that, it seemed like a new beginning – leaving their former career-long label Parlophone and starting afresh with their own label, their comeback took place just nine months after its predecessor. 653 more words

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A mystery of the arts

You know, musical science tells us that there should have been a wave of annoying, acoustic covers of Born in the USA done in minor keys and being completely unavoidable even though nobody liked them that much. 47 more words

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