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Thighs Wide Music 2012

think they made new music in 2012.  coulda fooled us.  won’t be fooled again.  fool me once, and we won’t listen to new fool music ever again.  we doesn’ts, unless it’s from Ladytron or…

You Can Call
These Al-bums!!!

If Jack White Releases An Album They/I Will Come


Jack White – Blunderbuss

 

Warm Facts: Rodriguez Lives!


Rodriguez – Cold Facts

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Tunses For Toonces

‘Let My Baby Ride’ accordion style for Holy Motors | ‘Splitting The Atom’ by Massive Attack featuring Horace Andy | ‘DoYaThing’ by Gorillaz featuring Andre 3000 and James Murphy | ‘Razzmatazz’ by Pulp | ‘Bend Me, Shape Me’ by The American Breed | ‘Shambala’ by Three Dog Night | ‘Superstar’ by Keita Asari | ’25 or 6 to 4′ by Chicago | ‘The Logical Song’ by Supertramp | ‘You’re So Good to Me’ by The Beach Boys | ‘That’s Why God Made The Radio’ by The Beach Boys | ‘Love Interruption’ by Jack White | ‘Take Me With You When You Go’ by Jack White | ‘Skyfall’ by Adele | ‘Skyfall’ by Adele | ‘Diamonds’ by Rihanna | ‘Under The Westway’ by Blur | ‘Ici Londres’ by Chiara Mastroianni & Paul Schneider | ‘Sugar Man’ by Rodriguez | ‘Lady D’Arbanville’ Cat Stevens cover by Elton John | ‘Wicked Game’ by Gemma Hayes | ‘Room 237 – Dies Irae (End Titles)’ by Jonathan Snipes

[d-lode all in one handy zip!!!!!]

(look for ‘Click here to start download from sendspace’)

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Dangerously They Live

show of the year - Pulp @ RCMH

The Beach Boys/Al Jardine’s Face @ Beacon Theatre

Jack White @ Roseland Ballroom

The Polyphonic Spree @ Webster Hall

Neil Diamond @ Jones Beach

The Beach Boys/Al Jardine’s Face @ Jones Beach

Rodriguez @ Sixth & I Historic Synagogue

ZZ Top & Lynyrd Skynyrd @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in MISSOURI!

Clannad @ NYSFEC

Donovan @ NYSFEC

Matthew Friedberger’s awful show @ Le Poisson Rouge

Leonard Cohen @ MSG

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look familiar????

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BADBYE :(

goodbye Dick

goodbye Davy

goodbye Adam

 

and here’s what we stuffed in the past

’11
’10
’09
’08
’07
’06
’05
’04
’03

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You’re The Answer That Makes My Questions Disappear

Searching For Sugar Man
Unearthing Forgotten Buried Treasure
Official Website | Trailers & Mo
PG-13 | 86 min

‘Sugar Man’ is Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, a working class Detroiter who made 2 Dylanesqueseish albums in the early 70s that never gained any traction in the US, so he gave up on his musical aspirations and killed himself on stage.  Or did he?????????????????

Well, apparently the US’s loss was South Africa’s gain.  Rodriguez somehow had a following there, a BIIIIG one (his rebellious music spoke to white folk who hated apartheid), but Rodriguez had zero idea about it, and his South African fans knew so little about him, cause this was during a pre-internet time, which is hard to fathom, cause who would want to live in a time without the interwebs????  [we also can't fathom a time where men had to wear suits ALL THE TIME, like in 100000 degree heat]

There were two South African men who refused to let the Rodriguez mystery remain a mystery – a record store owner & a journalist.  Together they unraveled the mystery, wrapped in a riddle wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a burrito wrapped in saran wrap at a wrap party sponsored by Rap Snacks, by finding what they were searching for, and in turn created an incredible fairy tale ending that was only just the beginning of more amazingnessnesssss to come!!

This documentary is not about who Rodriguez is, but the search for him.  This journey and its destination create quite an emotional roller coaster, which had us fighting back tears and welcoming smiles at each and every turn in the road.  It doesn’t hurt neither that Rodriguez’ music is simply INCREDIBLE, which basically makes Malik Bendjelloul‘s doc is the greatest untold music story about (maybe) the greatest unknown musician, away and far and far and away, hands AND thighs down.  That’s quite a claim, WE KNOW, considering there are probably zillions of untold tales about zillions of unknown musicians that are still, well, untold, but we stick by this claim cause we are actually the final authority on everything, and we know what’s good, for you and for we, and for us all

Soundtrack of Our His Lives: a man who released only 2 albums in his prime that most people never even heard of to begin with, doesn’t exactly need a greatest hits album, but that’s pretty much the void that the fantastic soundtrack serves.  so, see the doc, then discover the music OR ELSE!!!

Verdictgo: Breast Breast Breast Breast In Show

Sugar Man is found NY/LA today, and elsewhere elsewhen

and until next thyme the balcony is clothed

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