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therealgaryhill:  A Ravers guide to London, Rave Magazine, November, 1966therealgaryhill:  A Ravers guide to London, Rave Magazine, November, 1966

therealgaryhillA Ravers guide to London, Rave Magazine, November, 1966

  

 

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docshoe:

"Glory And Gore" by Lorde

Put it this way: I picked up this CD at Vintage Vinyl in St. Louis along with four other CDs and a few records.  I popped it in my car stereo on the long drive home, and surprised myself by listening to Pure Heroine from beginning to end three times in spite of how eager I was to listen to the other CDs. I was hooked.  I dig how the musical accompaniment is so beautifully rhythm-oriented and spare, leaving room for Lorde’s amazing voice and lyrics that aren’t just about parties and ex-boyfriends.

Play count: 1,137

docshoe:

Aside from Thee Headcoatees, singer/songwriter Holly Golightly had a wonderful solo career.  From her album Serial Girlfriend, here’s Holly singing a very special duet with Billy Childish.  Recognize the song?  It’s Ike Turner’s “Your Love Is Mine.”

Play count: 483
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jnthn stein + molly williams - turn

Bones - IfYouHadAZuneIHateYou

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Jay Adams at the Dogbowl —Image by Glen E. Friedman #RIP #JayAdams #LegendJay Adams at the Dogbowl —Image by Glen E. Friedman #RIP #JayAdams #Legend

Jay Adams at the Dogbowl —Image by Glen E. Friedman #RIP #JayAdams #Legend

“Narrow minds devoid of imagination. Intolerance, theories cut off from reality, empty terminology, usurped ideals, inflexible systems. Those are the things that really frighten me. What I absolutely fear and loathe.”

—Haruki Murakami, Kafka On The Shore (via zeldawilliams)

“‎If you remember me, then I don’t care if everyone else forgets.”

Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore (via gommor)

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