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Random Articles From The World Wide Web


The Lost Genius Of Paul Siebel

John Entwistle and The Year of “The Ox”

Bowie at 74, Part I

What Five Years Without David Bowie Has Taught Us

How To Be A Genius

 

The Fight To Save Live Music in Austin

Writers Blockdown: Novelists Are Struggling to Write

The Enigma Of The Man Behind The 110 Million Painting

Fats Waller: The Clown Prince Of Jazz

A Henge is Not A Henge...When it's Stonehenge

 

One Dallas Man Was The Key To Opening America To Monty Python

New York: Bootleggers Whiskey Trove Found In Old House

Seeking Justice For The Composer Of 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight'

Cab Calloway: The Hi De Ho Man

Celebrities Who Look Exactly Like People From History

 

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Carla Bley: Life Goes On, So Does Music

Count Basie's Life & Legend

Bikers, Bad Trips & Love-Ins

Locked In A Tsunami Escape Pod In The Middle Of The Ocean

12 Essential Rock & Roll Documentaries You've Probably Never Seen

 

Classic Works Are Now Available In The Public Domain

The Gilded Age Miracle That Keeps New York Warm

Launching Andy Warhol & Pop Art

The Street Party That Revolutionized Britain

Johnny Thunders & Wayne Kramer: A Time Capsule and a Car Crash

 

 



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1 comment

  • Miles
    Miles West Coast
    Johnny... I just wanted to let you know that I've really come to look forward to your weekly compendium, particularly during the worst days of the pandemic and lockdown. You've directed me to a lot of fascinating sites and articles, and I appreciate all your research. My gratitude.

    Johnny...

    I just wanted to let you know that I've really come to look forward to your weekly compendium, particularly during the worst days of the pandemic and lockdown. You've directed me to a lot of fascinating sites and articles, and I appreciate all your research. My gratitude.

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