Florence + The Machine – Delilah Ahead of their new album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful, they released another track… In less than two weeks, Florence and the Machine will return with their much-anticipated new album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful. Already we’ve heard a handful of its
McClatchy published this excellent report yesterday…Experts: U.S. claims Ramadi a mere setback are ‘delusional’ WASHINGTON — The Obama administration Monday called the fall of the capital of Iraq’s Anbar province to the Islamic State a temporary setback that Iraqi forces would reverse with U.S. support. Experts dismissed that assessment as
Peter, Paul & Mary – Leaving On A Jet Plane As the LN posts, I should be midway between Oahu and the Big Isle, however, I should be back online about 10pm FDL time…! What’s on your mind tonite…?
B. B. King – The Thrill Is Gone R.I.P. B.B. King…! Last King Of The Blues passes away in his sleep at home Blues great B.B. King has died at the age of 89 after being ill for some time, it’s been confirmed. His lawyer Brent Bryson reported that he
(Picture courtesy of Tim Sackton at flickr.com.) This post actually was supposed to be last week for Mother’s Day, but got eaten in the change to our new system. It was offered at eschatonblog by a friend, Hecate_Demetersdatter, and reminded me that one of the things my mom did
Otis Redding, Eric Burdon, & Chris Farlowe — Shake, UK TV, London September 16, 1966. What’s on your mind?
Walk The Moon — Shut Up And Dance. What’s on your mind?
Yes – Heart of the Sunrise Yes has a new album out, Like It Is — Yes at the Mesa Arts Center… On July 10, Yes will release Like It Is — Yes at the Mesa Arts Center, a two-CD/DVD collection that was recorded on their most recent U.S. tour.
Steven Tyler has jumped genres… Love Is Your Name, the first country single Steven Tyler, begins with the downward strum of an autoharp. The stringed instrument, rarely heard on country records these days, is often associated with the Carter Family’s Mother Maybelle Carter and her daughter June Carter Cash. For
Despite shifts on Cuba and Venezuela, the Obama administration’s appointment of a man who’s been involved in the overthrow of leftist governments since the 1980s, to head the White House’s top agency on Latin American affairs shows little may have really changed. By Sean Nevins The Obama administration announced in