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 0Posted on Jan 30th | re: Steely Dan Albums From Worst To Best (86 comments)

Here are some interesting performances from The Midnight Special if you like such things:

Reelin in the Years (insert Bill Cosby joke here)

Do It Again (sung by David Palmer rather than Fagen)

 0Posted on Nov 5th, 2014 | re: Watch Ryan Adams Finally Cover Bryan Adams' "Run To You" (7 comments)

You will definitely want to check out Jeff Garlin’s podcast interview with Ryan Adams whenever he releases it. I was at the recording last week, and Ryan lets loose with a bunch of Bryan anecdotes. Seems like he is finally embracing the connection and has a good sense of humor about it.

Plus he teaches Garlin how to play guitar.

 0Posted on Sep 29th, 2014 | re: Mark Kozelek's Still Poking Fun At The War On Drugs (9 comments)

FYI the vinyl exists, but you’ll likely have to plunk down 60 bucks for it. I did, and I have no regrets

 +5Posted on Sep 19th, 2014 | re: Whip-Smart Turns 20 (24 comments)

For my money, “Nashville” is one of the best songs she ever recorded

 +4Posted on Apr 24th, 2014 | re: The 10 Best Verve Songs (57 comments)

I will also add the acoustic version of “Make It Till Monday” needs to be heard by anyone who likes The Verve

 +4Posted on Apr 23rd, 2014 | re: Caught By The Buzz: A Look Back At Britpop's B-List (88 comments)

Is Pulp more popular in the US than Supergrass? Blur and The Verve each had a hit, but I don’t get why Pulp is an elite band and Supergrass is a wannabe (by the way all four of these bands are/were consistently awesome).

Also, that Ocean Colour Scene song is a complete rip off of “I Am the Walrus” right? The melody of the verse seems identical

 +7Posted on Mar 27th, 2014 | re: Cloud Nothings & Wavves (& Rostam?) Collaborative Album Is Almost Done (10 comments)

It also really ties the room together

 +4Posted on Jan 21st, 2014 | re: The 10 Best Grateful Dead Songs (109 comments)

+1 for Unbroken Chain

 +19Posted on Oct 24th, 2012 | re: The 10 Best Velvet Underground Songs (97 comments)

Concur with Heroin. Also, Oh Sweet Nuthin

 +3Posted on Oct 5th, 2012 | re: Grave Dancer's Union Turns 20 (39 comments)

I saw Soul Asylum with Spin Doctors and Screaming Trees in the early ’90s. In retrospect that was a pretty random show, but it made complete sense at the time.

This album is decent, but I haven’t listened to it since the ’90s. The Screaming Trees still rule though.