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Category: music

Friday Jukebox: Had To Hear

As previously mentioned, I was off work at the start of the week, and we had the radio on a lot at home. This song seemed to be on pretty heavy rotation, or was at least the most memorable song I heard. Read the rest of this entry »

Friday Jukebox: What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?

1994. A new REM album. They were one of the biggest bands in the world. Certainly the most credible of the biggest bands in the world. More than just a merchandising machine. Read the rest of this entry »

Friday Jukebox: Father To A Sister Of Thought

To mark and celebrate the return of the excellent Beer and Pavement blog I thought it was particularly apt and obvious to choose a Pavement song. So I have, and Father To A Sister Of Thought is probably my favourite Pavement song, and as Pavement are one of my favourite bands, I guess it follows that Father To A Sister Of Thought is one of my favourite songs. Read the rest of this entry »

Friday Jukebox: Low Key

I haven’t spent enough time with the new Tweedy album yet, but on first listen it is excellent – just the right balance between the approachable and comforting melodies Jeff Tweedy writes so well and the more challenging and restless rhythms he came up with and played with his son, Spencer. This video is great – directed by the equally brilliant Nick Offerman.

Happy Friday everyone.

Friday Jukebox: Communist Radio

Sometimes I like songs to be like this post. Very short, and with no real background information.

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