Monthly Archives: December 2014

“[CCR’s] set was not included in the Woodstock film or soundtrack because John Fogerty felt the band’s performance was subpar… Stu Cook, however, held an opposing view, saying, ‘The performances are classic CCR and I’m still amazed by the number of people who don’t even know we were one of the headliners at Woodstock ’69.'”

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Recently unearthed, just in time for the holidays: sixteen (16) Thunderegg T-shirts, heretofore believed to be forever out of stock! Find them, plus some of our other special physically-hold-it-in-your-hands merch, at https://thunderegg.bandcamp.com/merch.

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Scarface, The Diary (1994)

I spent the past week copyediting the memoir of Scarface, who’s had a prolific dual career as both solo artist and leader of the Geto Boys. Entering into the project, I was familiar with some of his better-known songs, but I’d missed the 1994 album The Diary completely, and it’s the full-length that he says he’s proudest of. I can see why. It’s awesome.

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Can’t get enough of this jam lately. Philip Bailey, “Children of the Ghetto,” from Chinese Wall (Columbia, 1984).

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The legendary RX-202

There was a time when it was believed that, for optimum fidelity and reliability, a cassette motor should run in only one direction. But this didn’t necessarily mean you couldn’t have the convenience of an auto-reverse deck.

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