Steve Wise wins by a matter of seconds!
What the Brothers Sang
The name of the LP is What the Brothers Sang, by Will Oldham & Dawn McCarthy.
Steve Wise: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lou Reed Tribute show in Atlanta this Sunday (Nov 3)
@Rjk Chuck D wasn't slandering Elvis he was simply pointing out the fact that white artist tend to get more credit than blacks i mean even today all i hear about is the beatles, led zeppelin, rolling stones, but what about the people who they were influence by like muddy waters, little richard jackie wilson Chuck Berry they don't get half the credit they deserve mainly chuck he even wrote his own hits give you a modern day example look at Adele she can sing but people are talking about her like she is God if Adele was black i honestly don't think she'll get half the praise she gets she will just be another black female singer making sad love songs
It always baffles me that Chuck Berry is never talked about in the same rankings as Elvis i mean this is a man who wrote some of rock's classic hits'!
Yes, Minnie Riperton is the correct answer. The tickets are yours.
Randy B wins. Send an e-mail to email@example.com and we'll get you set up with a pair of tickets to see Chelsea Light Moving on Halloween night.
Thanks for reading!
Shit spangled banner?
Shit Spangled Banner.
Rich Pontius, Robert Thomas
The drugs are just a part of the scene for some people actually at any given show u would be surprised to know that between 5 and 10% are recovering addicts drinking redbull and dancing for the music. Ppl are there juat for the music and there are people there just to get high. I'm a little of both leaning more towards just love of edm
Hearing this band rip shit at 529 while watching the Braves collapse was the highlight of my evening. I would happily watch them play next time around.
people PAID to listen to this?
oh wait, nevermind.
It's called human fucking skin, and these guys don't bring drums -- they make a pact with the great white worm before greasing some poor guido up and slowly peeling his spray on tan until acquiring enough material to cover the tops of the kegs we just drank, and then shit gets going u know. This ain't your pappy's Neil Peart this some true OG proto-european aktionism; bring you 9MM welcome to ATL. Heavenly.
To this day, when I listen to Sean's music it makes me sad and mad. His music is very touching. Makes me sad to learn all of his suffering through BPD, yet it still makes me mad that he had to resort to drugs and deprive the world of his talent so early. I think of Nick Curran and how hard he hung on to life and fought till last day. It is really unfair to die of something so easily avoidable like Sean. Rest in peace man, you'll be missed
Just discovered your music today from Pandora
(I was on my Phillip Glass channel) and I must
tell you I adore your music and I love you. My
absolute favorite is "The Voyage Home". Truly
Thank you for your wonderful music
Hey Kai, great win! Any chance you're looking to sell those tickets to tonight's show? Hdanielsiii@gmail.com if so!
WoW! This sounds awesome. First time hearing about this.. I would change my work schedule for this one.. DAMN
I always thought jazz was all encompassing, given to free expression and interpretation. The beauty of the former format on CLK was there was time allotted for all areas of this ever widening spectrum. This gave the DJ's freedom to explore and in turn enlighten lovers of the music.....Not cater to pre-conceived notions of what it should be. It's not just WCLK, Corporations and their playlists are killing radio by and large. Once upon a time the "Traditional" was "New" and considered by some to be "outside the box". In conclusion, next time you turn on any station and hear the same songs played every hour on the hour remember... THEY ONLY PLAY WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO HEAR!
Creative Loafing Atlanta
Powered by Foundation