“Thought he was a friend indeed, but a woman can’t trust a man in need”
“I walk out, sit down now and then, look out for objects in nature around me that are in unison or harmony with the cogitations of my fancy and workings of my bosom”
Turn it up, put on your dancin’ and singin’ shoes, and have fun.
Should unpleasant lyrics cause a song to be “cancelled”?
Who was the first of the big musical artists who released a “back to basics” album in 1968?
Maxi Jazz died, peacefully, four days ago
“Sometimes I don’t feel as if I’m a person at all, I’m just a collection of other people’s ideas”
A new way to listen to The Beatles
Folk. Pop. Jazz. It’s all music.
The spontaneous performance, the imaginative poetry and the inspired vision make this a masterpiece.
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“The relationship between song lyrics and the melody makes good song writing”
“It didn’t take a genius to figure it out. The moment I listened to her, I knew this was one of the best singers I’d ever heard.”
John Cale’s entire working life has involved expressing strange, unsettling emotions
Wait a minute. It’s Dire Straits!
Classic live music from great exponents of The Paisley Underground
“The one time I tried, it was a little too intense. I couldn’t quite turn off my mind, let along relax and float downstream. But it’ll happen eventually, I’m sure. I can wait forever. I’ve got time.”
“He has a voice that can draw you in, it has a pleasant appeal and his guitar playing is very accomplished. But it doesn’t ever become easy listening because underneath all that is a disquieting mood”
Pure precise peerless pop perfection.
The idea of using jazz influences to enhance music by singer/songwriters is hardly new but Linda Frederiksson has approached the concept in reverse
An impressionistic, non-experimental psychedelic country album
Meet the humans. Everybody gets happy, everybody gets sad.
One of the best psychedelic albums of all time.
Wonderfully uplifting positivity.