music clip of the day

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Category: rock/pop

Friday, November 22nd

only rock ‘n’ roll

black midi, live, London, 10/29/19

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago

Friday, November 15th

what’s new

Leonard Cohen (1934-2016), “Happens to the Heart” (L. Cohen), published 10/25/19

 

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Interview excerpt, published 11/8/19

 

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lagniappe

random sights

last night, Oak Park, Ill.

Friday, November 8th

what’s new

Big Thief, “Not,” live (TV show), 10/10/19

 

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Another take.

Recording, published 8/13/19

 

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lagniappe

random sights

other day, Oak Park, Ill.

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reading table

Tread very gingerly; you’ve used up almost all the words.

—Lucie Brock-Broido (1956-2018), from “Lucid Interval”

Saturday, November 2nd

what’s new

Bob Dylan, “Not Dark Yet” (B. Dylan), live, published 10/12/19 (10/19 audio; old video footage)

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago

Friday, October 11th

what’s new

Bambara, “Serafina,” 10/2/19

 

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random sights

other day, Chicago (Columbus Park)

Wednesday, October 2nd

sounds of Ukraine
day three

Bichkraft, “Didn’t Know,” 2015

 

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lagniappe

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other day, Chicago

Tuesday, October 1st

sounds of Ukraine
day two

Jamala, “Шлях Додому,” 2016

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Oak Park, Ill.

Friday, August 30th

sounds of Chicago

C.H.E.W., live, Los Angeles, 2018

 

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More?

Live (studio), Chicago, 7/2/19

 

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SINCE THOUGHT

is the foliage of the mind I think

that thought inheres in vines

—Robert Grenier (1941-), A Day at the Beach (1984)

Friday, August 23rd

sounds of Sweden

Robyn, “Dancing on My Own” (R. Carlsson, P. Berger), live, Denmark (Roskilde), 7/5/19

 

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lagniappe

random sights

this morning, Oak Park, Ill.

Friday, August 16th

summer in the city

black midi, live, Chicago, 7/21/19

“Ducter”

 

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“bmbmbm”

 

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reading table

Why should I be my aunt, / or me, or anyone?

—Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979), from “In the Waiting Room”

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