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10 Songs: Tuesday, April 21st, 20415


1 – Never had It (feat Young Dolph) – Young Thug – He sounds like an Atlanta youngster who has been listening to Rick Ross, but is young enough to still sound like a kid and still carry a grudge – B+

2 – Snake Eyes – Mumford And Sons – The question here is if “The Wolf” didn’t break pop, what makes anybody think this dreary song, a slow burn to an explosion, will do the trick… it really stinks of bad business, after reinventing English folk for a US audience, why on earth would you decide to be JV Coldplay (who aren’t that hot themselves) – B

3 – Carry You – Amy Grant – Another exquisite song of faith by an album teeming with them – A

4 – You Can Call Me Al (Demo) – Paul Simon – Of all the Graceland demos, this is the most exquisite, it is at the point where the band jamming to the beat and they’ve found the groove perfectly… the song has a way to go but the chorus stop start is already there – A

5 – Tattoo – The Who – more prescience than “I Can See For Miles” and recently Townshend claimed the band stopped playing it because they lost Entwhistle’s falsetto backing vocals. Apparently, they’ve got a chorus to do it for the 50 tour – B+

6 – Inside – Earl Sweatshirt – He doesn’t remind me of Tyler, he reminds me of Mellowhype – B+

7 – Guess You Had To Be There – Brian Wilson And Kacey Musgrave – This is maybe the most easy going song on the new album because it is minor without being weak – B

8 – Bridges – Ringo Starr – I’m guessing Ringo must have been one hell of a drunk because from every thing I’ve heard, he is one nasty sober – C

9 – The Dying Of The Light – Noel Gallagher – I don’t expect much out of life, but this I do expect and want: Noel not to compose songs called “The dying Of The Light” – D+

10 – Bad On Fords – Rae Wylie Hubbard – I came to this party and was never the fan you were, and this new album is so obviously Hubbard I might have a point and yet… maybe not, you know, this is catchy and funny – B+

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