Solo: A Star Wars Story trailer Mashed Up with The Beastie Boys “Sabotage”


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Talk Talk released ‘The Colour of Spring’ on February 20, 1986.



Talk Talk released their third album ‘The Colour of Spring’ on February 20, 1986.

A little trivia about the album , Steve Winwood played organ on tracks 1, 2, and 5.


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The Young Novelists To Release Fourth Full-Length Album ‘in city & country’

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The Young Novelists To Release Fourth Full-Length Album ‘in city & country’

New album examines the parallels and differences of city and small-town life
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – February 8, 2018 — When they first met, Graydon James and Laura Spink had no idea that they would be married one day — much less touring the world together as The Young Novelists. The Toronto-based band combined firsthand experience and historical research to create their new album, in city & country, which highlights the parallels, examines the differences and tells the universal stories of both city living and small-town life. Inspired by a dozen Canadian towns, the album will release on May 4, 2018, and Atwood Magazine premiered the first single “Come Round Again” today.
The Young Novelists recorded in city & country with JUNO-winning producer Howard Bilerman (Arcade Fire, Leonard Cohen, The Wooden Sky) at his Hotel2Tango studios in Montreal. The album offers classic him-and-her vocals, with James playing acoustic guitar and Spink on percussion and vibraphone, along with the help of bassist Derrick Brady, drummer Rory Calexico, and guitarist John Law.
The album opens with “Two Of A Kind” a sentimental ballad inspired by the town of Goderich; keyboardist Jeffrey Louch shines on the almost-love song that tells the tale of a woman trying to choose between two men. The delicate, mellow “Back To The Hard Times,” focuses on Spink’s vocals, complemented by violinist Lana Tomlin (noted for her work with Canadian band Stars). The band thought of Ridgeway while writing the song, comparing two very different kinds of sadness: the failure of an old amusement park and a friend’s relationship ending. The upbeat, energy-packed “Come Round Again,” written about a Bonnie & Clyde-style heist in Halton Hills, adds adrenaline with a guitar-heavy intro and catchy hook. The title track, “City & Country”, ties the album together in more ways than one: it brings together the entire studio band (including cellist Justin Wright) as James reminisces on crucial times and places in his life, finding appreciation for the good and the bad happening in both city and country.
Since their inception in 2009, the band has toured across the U.S. and Canada, released three full-length albums, won numerous awards and continuous praise for their effortless harmonies.  In 2016, Spink quit her job as a scientist, she and James packed their things (and their five-year-old son Simon), and went on a massive North American tour. After more than 100 shows, including a 10-week stint on the road, the pair returned to Toronto to work on in city & country, drawing inspiration from their travels.
No matter where you’ve lived, the dichotomy that exists on in city & country is universal; it’s not just a memoir of the duo’s experiences or the histories of small towns, it’s about appreciating where you’ve been and where you’re at — and finding the good and bad that lies within both.
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New Music: Reuben And The Dark – Hurricane


Reuben and The Dark’s “Hurricane” is a haunting song about the duality of strength and vulnerability. On his first new release since 2016’s “Heart In Two,” Reuben Bullock communes with the potent forces at the core of his spirited, shadowed folk music. “Hurricane” toils with the mystic symbolism Reuben finds at play in his real life, capturing the sur/real essence of dreams in his most vivid, enveloping song yet.

Catch Reuben and The Dark live in concert at the Hermitage Ballroom, Mariposa Inn & Conference Centre in Orillia as part of the Echoes of Mariposa concert series.

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30 Albums that Turn 30 Years Old in 2018 – Part 2


Joy Division – ‘Substance’ (Singles Compilation) – Released on July 11, 1988

Crowded House – ‘Temple of Low Men’ – Released in July, 1988

Eric B. & Rakim – ‘Follow The Leader’ – Released on July 26, 1988

N.W.A – ‘Straight Outta Compton’ – Released on August 8, 1988

Jane’s Addiction – ‘Nothing’s Shocking’ – Released on August 23, 1988

Metallica – ‘…And Justice for All’ – Released on August 25, 1988

the Smiths – ‘Rank’ (Live Album) – Released on September 5, 2018

Skinny Puppy – ‘VIVIsectVI’ – Released on September 12, 1988

Siouxsie and the Banshees – ‘Peepshow’ – Released on September 5, 1988

Bad Religion – ‘Suffer’ – Released on September 8, 1988

Fishbone – ‘Truth and Soul’ – Released on September 13, 1988

The Proclaimers – ‘Sunshine on Leith’ – Released in August, 1988

The Jeff Healey Band – ‘See The Light’ – Released on September 13, 1988

Run–D.M.C – ‘Tougher Than Leather’ – Released on May 17, 1988

Cocteau Twins – ‘Blue Bell Knoll’ – Released on September 19, 1988

Billy Bragg – ‘Workers Playtime’ – Released on September 20, 1988

Sonic Youth – ‘Daydream Nation’ – Released on October 18, 1988

KMFDM – ‘Don’t Blow Your Top’ – Released in 1988

Pink Floyd – ‘Delicate Sound of Thunder’ – Released on November 22, 1988

My Bloody Valentine – ‘Isn’t Anything’ (Debut Album) – Released on November 21, 1988

Cowboy Junkies – ‘The Trinity Session’ – Released on November 15, 1988

R.E.M. – ‘Green’ – Released on November 7, 1988

Yello – ‘Flag’ – Released on November 1st, 1988

Tom Waits – ‘Big Time’ – Released in 1988

U2 – ‘Rattle and Hum’ – Released on October 10, 1988

Ministry –  ‘The Land Of Rape And Honey’ – Released on October 11, 1988

Traveling Wilburys – ‘Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1’ – Released on October 18, 1988

Sarah McLachlan – ‘Touch’ (Debut Album) – Released on October 11, 1988

Slick Rick – ‘The Great Adventures of Slick Rick’ – Released on November 1, 1988

The Waterboys – ‘Fisherman’s Blues’ – Released in October, 1988

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