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and this remains my fave Doors album... you wouldn't think they could go further after Morrison Hotel (back to the roots with a pub sound mixing keyboards and guitars), but they did... with Morrison's vocals trampling on anything with despair and endless need of absolute.


and they could make it warm nonetheless


after all, this band was alive and real...
 

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Brel in flemish... singing a childhood memory coming over like a flow from his heartful past... a love associated with the cities, cathedrals, the grey sky and sea... the piano sounds like the foam on the cost... and Brel ends to bell out that remember like the bells of the cathedrals...

 

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"Pinball Wizard" - The Who

Happy 75th to Pete Townshend
 

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My favorite Newman album - superb production, never too much, just enough, and great songs - short, essential. I just love his musical world, conveying the poetry of ragtime, cabaret, music hall, lullabies... always a contrast between the first emotional degree of this music and the humor, minimalism, sharp irony of his lyrics.

 

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"Steal Your Love" - Lucinda Williams
 

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Makes you wonder why you can't stop it during 7 mn. Kraftwerk worked on addiction. 1975. The whole album is interesting (not one of their most praised, but it features that hit and other haunting sounds). Laurie Anderson only came six years later with "O Superman".

 
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