Today’s Wrecking Ball preview is “Shackled And Drawn,” stream provided by Rolling Stone magazine.
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It has been announced that tracks from Bruce Springsteen’s forthcoming album Wrecking Ball will be streamed from various sites, one new song per day. Today sees the release of “Easy Money,” streaming at the News page at Backstreets.com.
For the past two decades, the Squires of the Subterrain has been putting out some of the coolest sounds one could hope to experience.
I tell you, they just don’t make singles like this anymore!
The sudden death of pop diva Whitney Houston on the eve of the Grammys meant that no one got to say a proper goodbye to her before she left us, but fans and the music industry gave a living salute to a new Lifetime Achievement Award winner
The history of jazz is a history of personalities; from the affable Satchmo, the showmanship of Diz, the gentlemanly ways of Ellington, to the intensely insular Miles. It seemed in most of these cases, the music reflected their personalities, too.
No matter how tolerant we think we are, there’s still a degree of sexism in the weird, wonderful and wild world of rock and roll. Although it’s hardly shocking to see women playing the music now, the industry continues to be dominated by males.
During the 1964-68 period while he served as the “idea man” in Miles Davis’ Second Quintet, Wayne Shorter reeled off album after album under his own name that were extremely creative and sometimes breathtaking.
This song, produced by Mark Ronson as part of the “Re:Generation” project, is like a neutral-ground hang, a crawfish boil, and a Saints tailgating afternoon rolled into one.
An update to the story told two years ago, when I had train on the brain. The train rides are coming to an end and I’m bustin’ loose.