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Yesterday a Facebook friend of mine, Bill Mallonee, posed the following question: “10 life changing records. (I know! It’s impossible!) Don’t over think it.” Well, you know what? I did over-think it. I felt that if you’re going to describe something as life-changing it had better be something that really did have some concrete effect on your existence.
You truly are “supporting the arts” if you purchase CDs from people like us.
I believe that social networking has had the most profound impact on the relationship between musician and listener since the twin-pronged technological advances of recording and broadcasting in the early 20th century.
The 21st of December 2012 is the End Of The World according to the ancient Mayans. They were wrong of course, because they didn’t know squat about anything, and THEIR world ended long before 2012.
I’m very excited because I’ve been chosen by Noisetrade as one of their “New & Notable”artists for the next week, AND I have a new, epic, song for you!
Marjorie and I came to the band late, not long before Together Alone came out, when I picked up Woodface somewhere on CD and we instantly realised that tracks such as It’s Only Natural and Fall At Your Feet were a kind of music we’d been yearning for but had never really managed to find…
…what it would have been like if Bob had kept using ‘The + Adjective+ Bob Dylan’ formula…
“15 albums in 15 minutes” by DC Cardwell
Marjorie picks her top 20 albums of all time.
THE RULES: Think of 20 albums that had such a profound effect on you they changed your life… dug into your soul. The ones that you know backwards, forwards, up, and down, and are now a part of you. Then when you finish, tag 20 others, including me. Make sure you copy and paste this part so they know the drill.