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Happy birthday Adolphe Sax. 2:35 in is one of my favorite sax solos. I want to get my sax and find a cemetery now...

Love Will Tear Us Apart )
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Listen to this song's lyrics and tell me it's not about the mob of torchbearing villagers on their way to Castle Frankenstein/Dracula/wherever. If Baz Luhrmann ever does a Hammer Films remake, this is what the soundtrack has for that scene.

Phil Collins' covering Burn Down The Mission )
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This is just lovely.

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Well, not really a lullaby, but the interlude from Holy Motors is worth seeing the movie just for it:

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This morning I invoked Sting's Soul Cages. This afternoon I walked into a restaurant and that song was playing. I should have invoked something else. Wasted it. Here you go.

video )
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Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel and the E Street Band playing "New York State of Mind".
under the cut )
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Not by me, and not of me. Tonight's late night lullaby is a dubstep remix of the badger badger badger song, found for me by a Florida-dwelling game developer.

video )
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This past weekend I saw John Wetton sing "Starless" at the final NEARfest Apocalypse in Pennsylvania. For me this is the definitive King Crimson song. It doesn't have to be for you, but it is for me. I'm very, very glad I went.

starless and bible black )
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Part I (yes, Part I is 9 minutes) of one ofthe best-known tracks by Acid Mothers Temple.

video within )
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The entire 1977 Curse of the Black Widow is posted on Youtube. Enjoy.

below the cut )
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Alabama 3 is one of my favorite musical groups, but one that never seems appropriate for daylight. too sick to pray )
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After having Night Ranger stuck in my head this morning I'm still in the 1970s. But for variety, I don't have to listen to originals. Here's the lovely Etta James, singing "Take It to the Limit".

video behind cut )
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I saw Green Jelly when they were still known as Green Jello (before the trademark holder came after them) at the Mad Monk in Wilmington, with two other bands - one was Pro Pain and I didn't go into Burger Kingdon't remember the other band's name at the moment.

bands with no talent can easily amuse idiots with a stupid puppet show )
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I don't quite know why, but I love this song.



We saw this band open for TMBG a few years ago at the Carolina Theatre in Durham.
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Having just watched the incredibly well-done Winter's Bone and given tomorrow is the season three premiere of Justified, here are hard times to come: )

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