“I think a lot of people around town are fairly aware of the Red Sox’s checkered history in terms of race.”
“If you’re dead you won’t have a movement, and guns kept people alive. In particular, kept people who made the movement alive.”
Neuroplasticity is a bit more fleshed-out than its predecessor, but the album retains ample amounts of the slow to mid-tempo spookiness that Al Spx calls “doom soul.”
So how do four young guys successfully build upon two masterworks while simultaneously facing possible enervation due to record label woes and botched stateside promotion?
A People’s History of the New Boston takes the “grassroots” view and tries to give overdue credit to the role that community activists and neighborhood residents played in building the “New Boston.”
The under-appreciated singer-songwriter Tommy Keene is equal parts an aficionado and creator of pop music.
Since then, they have remained as indefatigable as ever in terms of writing, recording, and touring.
“It was an unusual time in music when the-powers-that-be were very hands-off. They left the art to the artists.”
Retired Associate Justice John Paul Stevens’ book Six Amendments is unlikely to restore any of the love lost between him and the GOP.
As the individual who quite possibly had the best seats in the house for the monumental legal battle that unfolded over the course of a few weeks in the summer of 1971, James Goodale provers invaluable morsels of insight and information.