Daily Archives: January 4, 2017

Scenes From The Southside

This past weekend I spent the vast majority of my time at the home of some friends on the far southeastern side of Portland.  Upon waking up on the morning of the first to see the snow gently falling down, … Continue reading

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When She Cries

It probably comes as little surprise that as a child growing up in rural central Florida that I listened to a lot of country music growing up.  Given that my junior high school (or what would be called a middle … Continue reading

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Album Review: Greatest Hits Of The Flute

Greatest Hits Of The Flute, featuring Jean-Pierre Rampal, William Bennett, and Paula Robison From time to time I enjoy listening to greatest hits albums [1] or other such compilations, and when I saw this collection of greatest hits at my … Continue reading

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Album Review: Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage 1982-2011

I have long been a fan of the band REM, and they are a band that, like many veteran acts, has had more than their fair share of compilation albums.  Once they reached the point where the believed they had … Continue reading

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