Been forbidden in our town; it's an honor and a curse unbound will kill any rapper; still not honoring our work. Ghosts In The Drain DEADPAN: Vlad Lenin with a leather notebook and a nose ring Intentionally better with the pen and the occult things Intravenously I'm feeding off the theory Meaningless as greetings I'm ignoring, no queries So testy the proctor prays I don't dropkick hopscotch their face Chronic hothead; don't block the way Fuck abusers from Kodak to Dr.
Rosewood Dreams Incapable Trapped in a prison that all emotion evades My brain is numb, damaged, almost broken, and strained From holding in, don't open up to cope with the pain Locked inside my room 'cause I'm a joke in a cage It's hard to persist Sunk in the tar in the pit Hopeless and guarded as shit Who would like living like this?
Still mask my suicidal thoughts in dozens of lies When I finally told my papa, said he wasn't surprised Even though I never would have done it one of the times, I wonder what would have happened if I had done it and cry. Shadow Self That was my shadow, so pardon my reach Shadow, meet the light of day! Father Time In lieu of flowers the family is requesting to make a donation to Levi Smith's education fund.
Thanks to all the friends that have reached out in support during this incredibly sorrowful time. Yeah,,,I do twitter. I'm what's wrong with this country, with my long hair and poetic bohemian ways AJ will be rock a new song! Really fun night at Kimbro's last night.
Thanks to Will for having us! Also, thanks to The Heavy Rest for joining us. Great band! We're about to roll out to Memphis shortly. If you're nearby, come out to The Hi-Tone Cafe tonight!
Hey y'all. John Brown's in Marion, IL was first class as usual last night. If you're close, come on down. Folk rock , roots rock , country rock , Americana. Decca , Rounder. Robert Plant , Buddy Miller. Raising Sand Band of Joy David Hidalgo , Louie Perez. Richard Thompson. Gregory Vanderpool.
Traditional , arranged by Plant, Miller. Townes Van Zandt. Theodore Tilton , arranged by Plant, Miller. Since his fellow session veterans were all in town, Kortchmar recruited them as his band. But as he says, While we were recording, it was obvious that we should keep it going, so we made it a band at that point.
It just all fell together. The concert was recorded at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo, the final night of the tour. Special guests for this performance were Steve's brother John Hackett flute and Amanda Lehmann guitar and vocals. This was a very special tour for Steve Hackett as it brought together his favorite album from his time as guitarist with Genesis - Selling England By The Pound - which Steve and his band performed live in it's entirety for the first time.
The show also featured selected tracks from Steve's personal favourite album from his extensive solo career "Spectral Mornings", together with tracks from his acclaimed release "At The Edge Of Light". In , nine years after leaving the United States to study music in Canada, Beverly Glenn-Copeland released two self-titled albums. Both were a stunning showcase of classical and jazz accummen, layered with poetry and accompanied by some of the best players of the time.
Original pressings now fetch thousands of dollars. Glenn-Copeland then vanished as a recording artist until his re-emergence in with the release just a few hundred copies on cassette of what many now believe to be his masterpiece, Keyboard Fantasies. Thirty years later, revered Japanese record-collector Ryota Masuko came across one of those cassettes and went on a mission to turn other audiophiles onto Glenn-Copeland's work and to find the artist himself.
Word spread and a cult following was quickly amassed. Transmissions is a career-spanning album that includes compositions from his early works and his cult-status release, Keyboard Fantasies. It also includes both new and archival unreleased tracks and live versions. Recorded with and produced by the legendary Booker T. Jones, it's a collection of deeply personal songs dripped in Booker's signature Memphis sound perfectly blended with Berninger's unmistakable baritone.
Leyla McCalla's Vari-Colored Songs is a celebration of the complexity of Black culture and identity, and a tribute to the legacy of poet and thinker Langston Hughes. A songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, McCalla sets Hughes' poems to her own spare yet profound compositions. She juxtaposes these with arrangements of folk songs from Haiti, the first independent Black nation and the homeland of her parents, tapping into the nuances of Black experience. This is music of reclamation, imbued with a quiet power that grapples with the immense weight of history.
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