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August 01, 2014

"I got a line on you"

Spirit, 30 years ago.

Charles C. writes, "This is one of those songs that simply MUST be played at full volume!"

July 27, 2014

"Ten most valuable albums of all time"

If you have a low-numbered copy of the White Album, it's supposedly worth about $10,000.

July 18, 2014

"The Q Ultimate Music Collection"

As many "top" music lists as you'll ever need

"Why Classic Rock Isn’t What It Used To Be"

Interesting discussion of the intertemporal and cross-sectional differences in how "classic rock" is defined. (For example, in LA it's more Pearl Jam while in Boston it's more Allman Brothers. Boston wins.)

July 16, 2014

"11 Badass Alternatives To Bro Country That You Need In Your Life"

Presented as a public service to the country music fans among my readers.

July 15, 2014

"Taylor Swift doesn't understand supply and demand"

That's O.K., Ms. Swift: not enough people do.

The Wall Street Journal just published an amazing essay from Taylor Swift, in which she argues that the music industry is not dying, but in fact "just coming alive."

Based on this piece, there are many reasons to believe that Taylor Swift has not been paying very much attention to the music industry.

June 27, 2014

What do Chrissie Hynde, John McEnroe, and Neil Young have in common?

They all play on Chrissie's new solo album.

June 20, 2014

"A Professional Musician Explains What Makes A Hit"

Over my (non musically trained) head, but may be of interest to others.

June 13, 2014

"Don't Save Me"


(Rhymes with "time". Hebrew for "life".)

June 06, 2014

All of a sudden, plagiarism in pop music is hot

"Stairway to Heaven: The Song Remains Pretty Similar" and "Listen To These Clips And Decide If 'Stairway To Heaven' Is A Ripoff Of An Obscure Song From The 60s".

"Elvis wasn’t the first to steal black music: 10 white artists who 'borrowed' from R&B before The King".

And this last one reminds me of Picasso's "Good artists copy but great artists steal": "Bob Dylan’s ‘Da Vinci Code’ Revealed".

Researchers say they’ve uncovered more than 1,000 items lifted from other authors in Dylan’s ‘Chronicles.’ And that’s just the beginning.

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