Daily Archives: August 1, 2020

The Habit Of Doing Things

While participating in a Twitter giveaway for some C.S. Lewis books, I received a consolation price of an essay by Albert E.N. Gray on the common denominator of success.  While the tone of the essay was akin to the sort … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: America

For whatever reason, bands with geographic names have had a hard time with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame:  Chicago [1] was slow to be inducted, and noted bands like Kansas [2], Boston, and America have yet to be … Continue reading

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Album Review: 100 Hits: The Best Eighties Album

100 Hits:  The Best Eighties Album, by various artists As this is my second collection from this particular series, it was easier to appreciate what this series brought to the table.  It is all too easy in a compilation to … Continue reading

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Album Review: 100 Hits: The Best 70’s Album

100 Hits:  The Best 70’s Album, by various artists Spoiler alert:  This album is not the best 70’s album ever.  That’s not to say that this is a bad album, but there are 5 cds and 100 total songs on … Continue reading

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Album Review: 40/40

40/40, by the Carpenters Richard Carpenter, for the 40th anniversary of his brother/sister duo, made a 2 cd 40-track retrospective as a way of providing another way to provide the beloved music of the group to fans in a way … Continue reading

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