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Not sure who recommended this one, but today’s selection was another amazing discovery. After doing a little research, I’m a little embarrassed that I haven’t come across Roy Harper before now. He’s basically the British Bob Dylan, and his influence on both lyricists and guitarist alike is pretty clear. Many of my favorite Brit artistsContinue reading “#168 – Come Out Fighting Ghengis Smith by Roy Harper”
The one genre that I have been lacking is country. I’ve never been much of a fan, but there is a small collection of artists who I enjoy, however, so when Cordovas’ new album showed up in my email this morning, it seemed like a sign to broaden the blog’s horizons. I also enjoy whenContinue reading “#167 – Destiny Hotel by Cordovas”
The Velvet Underground, responsible for a lot of musical experimentation, is also like a blueprint for generations of indie rockers. Especially in terms of drug usage. They’re a great example of a cult following developing in the years after they were active. The artists who came after them and the genres they inspired comprise someContinue reading “#166 – White Light/White Heat by The Velvet Underground”
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