Jazz duo Rare Form, live on Whole Wheat Radio tonight.
Archive for the 'music' Category
Absolutely wonderful live music on the intarwebnet, from a barn in front of a shack: is this a wonderful world, or what?
Tracy Grammer’s going to have to replace her violin. You can help.
I’m only going to say this two hundred thousand more times: Born In The USA is not a patriotic song, and should never be used by Republicans for anything ever again.
When I first got Paul Kamm and Eleanore MacDonald‘s Fool’s Paradise CD, I couldn’t listen to it all the way through in one sitting. It’s so powerful, so beautiful, that it was just too much to take all at once. (How do music reviewers do this? I know how to grab someone, shove headphones on […]
Once you say goodbye to the RIAA and their music, never look back. Ever. It’ll just break your heart.
Next time, I’m going to see them. Talkeetna, Nome, wherever.
I can see how I wish the music business would work. What I can’t see is the slightest possibility that it, or book publishing, or software, or anything else, actually will work that way.
My new favorite station: Whole Wheat Radio “from a 12×12 plywood shack in Talkeetna.”
Southdown gives birth to a Creative Commons baby.