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Downtown Boys- No Pity For Boredom

Syl Johnson - I Hear The Love Chimes
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Just like Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress — who were declared “terrorists” by the U.S. and the South African Apartheid government, because they supported armed struggle — the Palestinian people have the right to fight for their freedom from occupation, apartheid, and genocide, by…

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Goodbye Dick
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LETHA RODMAN MELCHIOR Handbook For Mortals LP (Siltbreeze - 2013)

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  • This record demands encore engagements. Utterly gorgeous, with each piece unravelling like a slow motion ballet. These are the days of our lives: operatic, yet fleeting and forever haunted. You must.
  • Letha: "When I lived in Chinatown on Canal Street in New York, I loved to lay in bed and listen to the vendors shouting, blending with the heavy traffic and tiny wind chimes; I would pretend I was someplace else, somewhere I didn’t know. I love that feeling. I  became interested in field recording after hearing Salmon Run by Graham Lambkin, and had found a website called The Quiet American. I began piecing my tracks together under the name Tretetam, and was influenced by Lambkin, Marcel Türkowsky, Emiliano Maggi, Moondog, Maya Deren’s films and more recently Aaron Dilloway’s Modern Jester and Ryan Martin’s York Factory Complaint / DeTrop. I also must say my husband Dan Melchior has been my musical hero since I met him in 1999.”

Lou Reed - New York Telephone Conversation
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