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 +2Posted on Apr 22nd | re: Freeman - "(For A While) I Couldn't Play My Guitar Like A Man" (3 comments)

My man! It’s great to her that voice again. A return to form after the departure of Marvelous Clouds. I have to admit, the solo toward the end left me missing Deaner, but it’s nice to get some Ween-esque tunes anyway. Looking forward to more.

 +1Posted on Apr 21st | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (17 comments)

I grabbed Oneohtrix Point Never, Built to Spill, Otis Redding, and Gram Parsons. My favorite find was not an RSD release, it was Harry Nilsson’s John-Lennon-produced Pussy Cats in near mint condition. Much Mango.

 +1Posted on Apr 21st | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (17 comments)

I can’t walk away, you can’t walk away, lwd can’t walk away

RIP

 0Posted on Apr 15th | re: Van Morrison Albums From Worst To Best (46 comments)

“We also elected not to include a handful of his great collaborations and some of his live records, though all are worth checking out.”

 +9Posted on Apr 14th | re: Lana Del Rey - "West Coast" (66 comments)

It’s better than I ever even knew

 0Posted on Apr 14th | re: Van Morrison Albums From Worst To Best (46 comments)

Wow, what a mammoth output to review. Similar to the above, I have neglected to visit many of these records (especially those from the 90s-00s), but I’m partial to St. Dominic’s Preview. Listen to the Lion is one of my favorites of all time of Van’s. I love the less structured, seemingly stream-of-consciousness in the emulation of the other Morrison, Jim. It appears quite frequently throughout Saint Dominic’s Preview. Astral Weeks, His Band and Street Choir are also solid. I must say, I need to revisit veedonfleece and Moondance again to round out my palate. Thanks for the feature!

 +4Posted on Apr 14th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (14 comments)

Love you guys.

You’ve won.

Yeah, the production always seems to de-fang much of her guitar work. But if you listen to the notes and scales she plays (or better yet, witness it live) she writes and plays some pretty badass songs. In her interviews she has said that she’s interested in her guitar sounding like anything but a guitar. In her records it comes off this way, and it sounds a lot less offensive. I prefer her live mixes much more.