1. Keep Your Heart – TV On The Radio – The problem with new albums is you tend to gravitate towards faves, this wonderfully funky yet harmony based falsetto beaut is absolutely one, which causes you to overestimate the album. Which may well be the case here, because man is this album great.
2. Willie Has Gone To The War – St. Mary's University – The lovely melody is half way between hymn and minstrel, the funeral dirge layered by tunefulness. In other words, yup, Stephen Foster again.
3. Surfer's Hymn – Panda Bear – I ranked on Animal Collective for about a year and have been eating my words with relish ever since. One of the best tracks on a wonderful album.
4. Hold My Breath – Wolfram – I've actually started listening to the album, and this is indicative of the enormous quality of this modern dance (not DJ)
5. S&M (Britney Spears re-mix) – A touch superfluous but I don't mind having it.
6.Dazzling Blue – Paul Simon – Best song on the album is the best song he has written since "Old". "Old" is better but this is one of 3 killer tracks so 2011 Simon wins on points.
7. Rhapsody In Blue (Intro) – Brian Wilson
8. Walk – Foo Fighters – the best song Grohl has written works quiet/loud just like the past 15 years never happened.
9. Honey, Just Allow Me One More Time – Bob Dylan – Sure, I bought the EP. I'm a completist. If you ain't go with the version on his first album.
10. Your Friend – Wesley Wolfe
into rock god land
The venue is deeply symbolic
Rock Star Review – ARO Rose “Tarrant”
The Monkees Micky Dolenz & Mike Nesmith’s Farewell Tour At The Town Hall, Sunday, October 24th, 2021, Reviewed
Micky carried Mike for two hours, paid tribute to the Country Americana pop song writers skills, and made certain Nez looked swell
a lame 94K EAUs
“Hard” begs for a live show
he had something to prove and didn’t
“Elton in the house!”
Moses Sumney plays two shows at the Ford