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Tom Verlaine – Dreamtime

by TW on May 5, 2014

Tom Verlaine – Dreamtime The band Television is the dividing line among punk music fans. They are either the “most punk” or “least punk” of the old school, 1970s American artists, depending on what you like about “punk” mainly. To me, Television fits right alongside Talking Heads, and even some of the Ohio groups such […]

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David Bowie – The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars It’s staggering how many landmark albums are celebrating big anniversaries this decade.  We’d be hard-pressed to say that much of the music being released today will stand the test of time with the same resilience as the material filling record […]

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Lou Reed – Walking On The Wild Side

by TW on October 28, 2011

The late 1960s and early ’70s found Lou Reed on a creative tear. Coming to light first with the  incalculably influential Velvet Underground before venturing off onto a solo career that continues to the present, Reed spun tales of the grittiest sides of New York City, bringing to life hustlers, hoods, drug dealers and transvestites, […]

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