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Souther Man

JD Souther returns to the studio and stage after 24 years

1 Comment · Monday, February 1, 2010
If you were asked which "lady or gentleman of the canyon" — the iconic 1970s-era singer-songwriters of Los Angeles' Laurel Canyon — had recently delivered a late-middle-age masterpiece, you’d probably guess Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, Carole King, Don Henley, CS&N ... basically anyone but JD Souther. That's because he'd stopped recording for 24 years before releasing 'If the World Was You' to such acclaim in late 2008.  

Afghan Whigs, The Eagles and Booty Dance

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Defunct Cincinnati-bred rockers The Afghan Whigs have a great rare track posted on their MySpace page: a cover of John Lennon's "Woman," originally recorded for a planned (then shelved) Lennon tribute album in the mid-'90s. The group had trouble with the song initially because it was based around a looped sample from The Beatles' McCartney-penned hit "The Long and Winding Road," and Sir Paul refused permission for them to use it.  

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