"I have seen what Democrats have done to California; they have destroyed this place."
"He (Trump) is an individual thinker, I'll give him that for a start. He's not the most lovable fellow on God's earth, but I can not see the opposition is offering me anything in a way of a solution. Joe Biden...
...in a blog that is currently highlighting Rough Trade singles.
More noise from NYC kicks off Vol. 16, with singles by Shockabilly and James "Blood" Ulmer. This time Ulmer is backed by Bruce Smith and the late Sean...
Cocteau's classic 1949 film "Orphée" (Orpheus), which is used as cover art on the This Charming Man single, is currently in rotation on TCM (Turner Classis Movies)
"These artists have the most albums in the 2017 edition.
9 albums: David Bowie.
7 albums: The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Neil Young.
6 albums: Morrissey (and The Smiths), Elvis Costello (and The Attractions), The Rolling...
a book by Robert Dimery (Editor) and Bruno MacDonald (Editor)
Preface by Tony Visconti
Only four of TtheSmiths/Morrissey:
600. The Smiths - This Charming Man
629. The Smiths - How Soon Is Now
657. The Smiths - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
701. Morrissey - Everyday Is Like Sunday
01 – This Could Be The Start Of Something (Remastered)
02 – Let’s Fall In Love (Remastered)
03 – All Of You (Remastered)
04 – Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart (Remastered)
05 – People Will Say We’re In Love (Remastered)
06 – Let’s Do It! (Remastered)
07 – From This Moment On...
Compilation featuring bands playing covers of songs by The Smiths
1–The Boo RadleysThe Queen Is Dead5:33...
Was reading an article about benefits of eating local honey, instead of supermarket, box store honey, that is sourced from who knows where, and the article stated that honey was not vegan because it is produced by bees, an animal.
Something doesn't sound right about this:
"“Morrissey came in the next day. He had this book of lyrics. We'd put a track up and he'd open it and just start singing… he hadn't written it for the tune or anything, he would just try stuff.
"Quite often, his phrasing was so unconventional anyway...