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    Thursday, November 26, 2009

    15+ musical things I'm thankful for, to be expanded on (and more links added) later...

    (i just added a few link updates; more to come, as previously threatened...)

    1. The Beatles
    2. The Hair Soundtrack (Original Off-Broadway cast)
    3. The Chad Mitchell Trio a few songs: Lizzie Borden, Rum By Gum, and Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight
    4. Hearing Highway 61 Revisited at the right time
    5. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (that record I can't find anymore)
    6. Rolling Stone Magazine's 1988 "Top 100 albums of the last 20 Years" (and various other mags)
    7. Oingo Boingo
    8. Tom Waits
    9. Mahavishnu John McLaughlin (esp. My Goals Beyond)
    10. The Fall
    11. The Blank Generation
    12. The Richmond, VA music scene (circa 1994)
    13. Dub
    14. Steve Albini
    15. Ninja Tune
    16. Califone
    17. John Peel
    18. Radiohead
    19. Wire
    20. Bad Religion
    21. The Saints
    22. Future Primitive Sound Sesssions
    23. Mille Plateaux record label (R.I.P)
    24. Loscil
    25. The Tied & Tickled Trio
    26. Mark Lanegan
    27. Venetian Snares
    28. All Songs Considered podcast

    Okay, that's more than 25, right? I'll get back to this, just wanted to belt these out, while I had my mind on it. You'll see each of these get a link. And eventually at least a mini-essay.

    Happy Holidays. And shit.

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