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Year of the Bowie: Episode #9

In the final episode of “Year of the Bowie”, we take a look at David’s experimental explorations in the 90s and some of his more unexpected ventures in the 2000s. We also take a look at his death and the legacy he left behind.

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While doing research for the “Year of the Bowie” podcast (which you should be listening to and if you aren’t, you’re missing out!), I discovered this little animated clip that imagines what the Berlin recording sessions might have been like for David Bowie, Brian Eno, and Tony Visconti. I’ve watched the video several times and can’t get enough of it, whether it be Visconti’s insistence that he was a major part of the album Low, Eno’s strange approach to sound, or Bowie’s slapdash approach to the creative process.

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Year of the Bowie: Episode 6

In this episode of Year of the Bowie, we travel further down the wormhole of fear and despair David found himself trapped in upon his return to Los Angeles. We also take a look at his budding film career, and his reinvention during the recordings of “The Idiot” with Iggy Pop and “Low” with Brian Eno and Tony Visconti.

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Turntable Untapped: Brian Eno, “Before and After Science” – Dogfish Head, Palo Santo Marron


Turntable Untapped is a side-project where I pair great albums with great beers. In this month’s edition, I pair Brian Eno’s Before and After Science with Dogfish Head’s Palo Santo Marron. Read more about the pairing below.

Brian Eno Before and After Science – Dogfish Head, Palo Santo Marron

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BDWPS Podcast Episode #43 (1973 in Review)

In this episode, we take a look at the year 1973 and the music that shaped it. From punk rock to glam, from prog rock to jazz fusion, and from soul to country, this year was filled with a wide variety of definitive sounds.

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The Stooges “Search and Destroy’
New York Dolls “Personality Crisis”
Brian Eno “Baby’s On Fire”
Area “Luglio, Augusto, Septiembre”
John Cale “Paris 1919”
Gram Parsons “A Song For You”
Al Green “You Ought To Be With Me”
Burning Spear “Down by the Riverside”
Bob Dylan “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door”

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Best Album Covers of 2014

banner With the year coming to a close, it’s that time again to take a look back at some of the best that the music world had to offer in 2014. First up, I will run-down the most compelling album covers of 2014. While this may seem like something thrown together in a late night fever, this list is actually a result of a year long process. Throughout the year, amidst my on-going music obsession, I keep a side list of covers that caught my eye for varying reasons. This year, the list consisted of 37 albums and was eventually cut down to the 20 you see below. Audio as a physical form may be dying, but based off the artwork below, the imagery associated with the music is more powerful than ever. Continue reading


by | December 12, 2014 · 4:10 am