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Posts Tagged: music

washingtonpoststyle:

The greatest Christmas song is “Christmas Wrapping” by the Waitresses, and thus the greatest choreographed lighting display is this one.

seconded!

Source: washingtonpoststyle

austinkleon:

Thelonious Monk’s Advice, as written down by saxophonist Steve Lacy

austinkleon:

Thelonious Monk’s Advice, as written down by saxophonist Steve Lacy

(via hitrecordjoe)

Source: 1heckofaguy.com

kimyadawson:

Zero or A Zillion live at Oberlin. 

She came to Oberlin!?!?!?! :O so jealous, 7 years too late :/

wonder if that’s in Lil Theater?? funny, Obies still look like Obies

Source: kimyadawson

oldhollywood:

Nino Rota - La Strada Theme (Tema della strada) (La Strada: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Source: oldhollywood

americanroutes:

In honor of Mahalia Jackson’s 100th birthday, here’s an archival interview with the gospel queen, courtesy of the Hogan Jazz Archive. This segment originally aired on our Easter show.

(via musichistory)

Source: americanroutes.wwno.org

oldhollywood:

Wendy Carlos & Rachel Elkind - The Shining: Main Titles (The Shining: Complete Motion Picture Score By Wendy Carlos)

This track is Carlos’ synthesized adaptation of Hector Berlioz’s interpretation of the medieval Latin funeral dirge Dies Irae (“Day of Wrath”) for his Symphonie Fantastique.

Source: oldhollywood

THE 13 MOST INTERESTING THINGS ABOUT KATY PERRY’S “LAST FRIDAY NIGHT” VIDEO AND YES HULK SERIOUS

I love FilmCrit HULK!

And now, a few things to kick off summer…

RE from GoGo Live at the Cap Center, 1987 - my sis was there (I was 5), but cranking GoGo = summer

motherjones:

Are you ready for the Rapture? It’s been 30 years in the making.

Jesus better not mess up this Blondie reunion for us. We need this.

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my-unconscious:

Last concert of Joy Division, on 02 May 						1980 at the High Hall, Birmingham University.Picture by Mick Emerson.

my-unconscious:

Last concert of Joy Division, on 02 May 1980 at the High Hall, Birmingham University.
Picture by Mick Emerson.

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