Astonishing one-person multi-instrumental performance from . TBH Never heard of him until I found this vid via . IMHO Y'all should watch the whole thing, it's well worth an hour of your time!

“Can you not see the reason why / We are so dishonest with each other? / I lie awake all night / As you haunt me. / I have lost my mind calling out your name.”

#1990 Revisiting 's "Eroica", a fab album of eclectic + eccentric + sensual pop music that deserved more attention. It would be their final album before an award-winning career of TV + film soundtrack work.

from the . Professor Gene Reeves, Rissho Kosei-kai seminary, talks to Reverend Doctor Kenneth Kenshin Tanaka. “Be excellent to each other! ♥”

I've been to twice. A beautiful nation of beautiful people, but even the mildest dissent is often met with merciless brutality. The bravery of these young people should not be underestimated.

Possibly the finest drummer in rock'n'roll history. Can't overstate the impact Neil + his bandmates had on me + millions more. God bless and thank you for the music!

Currently playing on in : "Back of My Hand" (Island Records, 1980) from UK power-popsters the Jags. Big hit on radio. One for the "whatever happened to?" files.

“...many of my fellow classmates and I were on free and reduced lunch. We were young, we were poor, and now we had to buy our drinking water, too.” CC: @BridgeMichigan

Another scholarly gem from and . Warning: This guy's smarter than the rest of us put together. Not for short attention spans. Enjoy ;-)

first spin of the year! Maybe decade! Thank you thank you thank you !!! 💖💖💖😁😁😁

Another reason to celebrate today: , born in 1948. IMHO One of pop music's finest voices + a fantastic songwriter. My fave: her version of "State of Independence" written by from + electronic pioneer .

, 73 years old today. IMHO 1979's "Broken English" was a uniquely captivating ode to longing, distress and beauty that only a voice like Marianne's could capture. A gem in an illustrious career. #1979

resists the rise of ugly nationalism: "... we welcomed Tibetan refu­gees ... refugees from Bangladesh ... Bhutanese refugees ... on human­itarian ground, we should welcome them."

Show more

Discover & explore Mastodon with no ads and no surveillance. Publish anything you want on Mastodon: links, pictures, text, audio & video.

Mobile apps
The team