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    The dBs - “Neverland”

    — 3 months ago with 2 notes
    Chisel
February 1995
Washington, D.C. - Black Cat
Photo by John Davis

    Chisel

    February 1995

    Washington, D.C. - Black Cat

    Photo by John Davis

    — 8 months ago
    #1995  #chisel  #black cat 

    "Kidding Yourself" - The Young Sinclairs - 2010

    Can’t get enough of this song. The vibe is perfect.

    — 8 months ago
    Changes

    Excerpt from an interview with Lou Reed from Open City #78, 1969

    Lou Reed: I mean, people should really support The Byrds; the Byrds are divine.

    Interviewer: But they keep changing all the time…

    Lou: So WHAT?  People are so fucked up, they say, “You changed, you didn’t stay the same”: So? Yeah, so WHAT?  It’s the Byrds.

    Interviewer: But if you liked something they did at one point and then they changed, and…

    Lou: Tough.  That’s ridiculous.  I mean, people don’t own people; YOU don’t own people.  On the one hand, you’re saying you’re in favor of evolution, and on the other hand, what if it evolved into something I don’t like.  Maybe YOU should evolve.

    — 11 months ago with 1 note
    Revive this concept.

    Revive this concept.

    — 11 months ago

    Honeybus - “Fresher Than The Sweetness In Water” - 1969

    Badfinger meets Ohio Express?

    — 11 months ago

    Adam Lempel & The Heartbeats - “You Belong With Me”

    A really great song from earlier this year.  Since I first heard it over the summer, I haven’t been able to listen to it once without just playing it again a few more times.  The whole album is really solid, too.

    — 11 months ago with 1 note

    Michael Guthrie Band - “Sorry About That” - 1981

    Listened to this again for the first time in a little while and was totally energized by its greatness.  One of the best power pop songs of all time and definitely a lost classic.  Other great ones on this record, too (“Pretty Good Girl,” for instance).

    — 1 year ago
    Together Forever - We All Together - 1973 - DISCOS MAG →

    The great Peruvian power-pop band We All Together doing “Together Forever” in 1973.

    — 1 year ago