Daily Archives: July 23, 2020

On The Canceling Of Ryan Adams

There are some people who claim that cancel culture does not exist and that people do not suffer from being canceled, but if there is one person who can make a claim to be a canceled artist, Ryan Adams is … Continue reading

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Album Review: Gold (Ryan Adams)

Gold, by Ryan Adams In the early 2000’s, Ryan Adams achieved a breakthrough in his second album, “Gold,” which at sixteen songs long (one of them nearly ten minutes in length) showed a high degree of productivity from the former … Continue reading

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Album Review: 29

29, by Ryan Adams In listening to the music of Ryan Adams, it becomes evident very quickly that there is very little change or development in the material that he records.  To be sure, the songs are different from one … Continue reading

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Album Review: Ashes & Fire

Ashes & Fire, by Ryan Adams It is perhaps a bit unusual for someone to want to review albums by an artist after they have been canceled but that is the case for me.  Upon hearing that Ryan Adams was … Continue reading

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