All week long, we take a look at many of the records that made 2016 notable. (Just don’t call it a best of list!)
Dr. Everett True has something to say about Bob Dylan and the Nobel Prize.
A consideration of the power of game show music.
Just have a few thoughts about Everett True’s book excerpt, and an appeal for you to donate to what is surely going to be a delightful, thought-provoking, honest book.
Nothing else is of importance today.
R.I.P. Lemmy. It feels like most everything that rocked about rock music departed the world when you did.
Everett True waxes philosophical on the late, great Lemmy.
Lisa Carver examines some recent noir/pulp fiction titles from two literary bad boys who are writing about the darker things in life.
Lisa Carver takes on several domination-themed artistic compositions from the past 120 years. Enjoy!
We close out this month’s theme with Ray Charles’ rousing take on the Black National Anthem, and a few thoughts on the past month’s selections.
The Recoup’s Tim Hinely has a lot of love for the heartbreaking orchestra pop of Yum Yum’s sole album.