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Friday, January 15th

only rock ‘n’ roll

METZ, live (“Blind Youth Industrial Park,” “No Ceiling,” “Hail Taxi,” “Framed By The Comet’s Tail,” “A Boat To Drown In”), Toronto, 12/14/20

 

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yesterday, Chicago

Friday, January 8th

what’s new

Sevdaliza (with Anthony Amirkhan, drums; Leon den Engelsen, keyboards; Jonas Pap, cello; Mihai Puscoiu, violin), live (“Human,” “Dormant,” “All Rivers at Once,” “Gole Bi Goldoon”), Amsterdam, published 1/5/21

 

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other day, Chicago (Columbus Park)

Friday, December 11th

more

Ela Minus, live (“Porch Song [by Jesse and Forever]/Jamaica”), New York, 2016

 

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reading table

Who has not found the Heaven – below –
Will fail of it above –
For Angels rent the House next ours,
Wherever we remove –

—Emily Dickinson, 1609 (Franklin)

Happy (belated) birthday, Emily (b. December 10, 1830).

Saturday, November 7th

sounds of Mexico

Belafonte Sensacional, live (“Marris,” “Noche Total,” “Laser Funk,” “Epic Aris,” “Sácate a la Carretera”), live, Mexico City, published 9/19/20

 

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yesterday, Chicago

Friday, October 2nd

what’s new

Alicia Keys, “Wasted Energy” (feat. Diamond Platnumz), 2020 (unofficial music video)

 

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Wednesday, September 30th

more

Arthur Russell (1951-1992, vocals, cello), “This Is How We Walk on the Moon” (A. Russell), 1980s

 

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yesterday, Oak Park, Ill.

Friday, September 18th

what’s new

James Blake, “Godspeed” (Frank Ocean cover), 9/10/20

 

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this morning, Chicago

Friday, September 4th

two takes

“Alone Again Or” (B. MacLean)

Arthur Lee (1945-2006) & Love, live (TV show), London, 2003

 

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Love, Forever Changes (1967)

 

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Thursday, August 27th

timeless

Who would’ve guessed in 1966, when he made this record—a hit single in England and the United States—at the age of 17, that he would sound this good in 2020?

Steve Winwood (1948-), “Gimme Some Lovin'” (S. Winwood), published 8/11/20

 

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yesterday, Chicago (Columbus Park)

Friday, August 7th

what’s new

Lucinda Williams, “Bad News Blues,” “Big Black Train,” “You Can’t Rule Me,” “Man Without A Soul,” live, Nashville, published 7/27/20

 

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yesterday, Oak Park, Ill.

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