The blue bus is calling us
Talking about “Apocalypse now”… here is an album that reminds me even more about that film. My old friend Big Frans sent via Royal Mail a gift containing two LPs. I reviewed the first one “Let it bleed” yesterday. The other LP was the self-titled debut album from The Doors.
Now this is a completely different story. I have always liked The Doors, but I am not a dedicated fan. I have been a “passive” fan if such a thing exists. But it only takes me a few seconds of the beginning of “Break on through” for me to realise that this gift may become an expensive one.
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Synchronise rhythm now
Kate Bush doesn’t do a lot of live shows. She performed live in London during the autumn of 2014 and a live album was released from those shows. It is to be reviewed here at Onelouder at a later date. The last live tour before 2014 was in 1979. No stand-alone live album was released but in 1981 a VHS of the show was released, and in 1994 it was re-released with an accompanying CD. Live material from Kate being so scarce, we must take what we can get!
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When did I hear Neil Young for the first time in my life? How curios to not know such a thing. Is this the life I lead? Remembering unimportant things, but one of the most important moments in life is lost, like tears in the rain.
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