What The Music Blogs Are Posting Right Now

May 17th, 2007 // 1 Comment

- Jeff Tweedy plays the Vic in Chicago in 2005, trots out the Uncle Tupelo chestnut “New Madrid.” [Can you see the sunset from the southside?]
- In case you sold your copy of Andrew Ridgeley’s Son Of Albert and are jonesing to hear “Red Dress,” here’s a look back at that cutout-bin staple. [jefitoblog]
- One of our favorite later-period Monkees songs is “P.O. Box 9847.” Have a listen. [An Aquarium Drunkard]
- A panel on race and lyrics in rap music featuring Talib Kweli and a bunch of curious elementary school students. [donewaiting.com]

  1. Pete the Chop

    I love to hear Tweedy trotting out the old Tupelo songs. It’s amazing how well the age.

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