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Epic Fantasy Football Semi-Final Blood Match To Advance to League Championship

And guess who just WON?

And guess who else won this week, to go to the Championship win him? That person's Brother. And they already agreed in advance to split whatever they won, so ... this (along with the rest of their seasons) put 4-hundo their pockets, thank you very much ... make sure you check out the icon of the dude that LOST ... and the CRUSHING score ... so CLOSE, bruh?!?

Can you tell who's just TICKLED PINK?!?

Considering they lost their Pops 2 months ago (huge Football fan) ... seems appropriate two (out of three) of the Brothers made the Championship for the first ever time this year

Jimmy V!

camera obscura - honey in the sun (studio-2009) if this doesn't put a 🙂 on ya then well ...

i'm afraid something might be broken ... sorry

sounds awesome loud, so ... crank this up, bop along, and smile ...

So I was trying to come up with a word that means the same thing as the word


And I'm coming up with nothing.

Seems I'm a loss for Words ... that mean Word.


Holy Shit do I have a surprise for fans of The Replacements (the band)

Behold, the recently (Oct 2019) unearthed original Matt Wallace-mixed (he was the record producer, but not responsible for the final mix) master recording of Don't Tell a Soul from 1987.

T'was a Mats album oft-looked-askance at, mainly due to it's studio sheen and general 'not properly sounding like The Replacements', mostly courtesy of a 'radio-friendly' final mixdown from hitmaker Chris Lord-Alge ...

The new-old album is presented in entirety as the first disc in a new 4-disc set called 'Dead Mans Pop', at one time a working title of the DTaS set. It's re-sequenced with most of the greatest tracks towards the start, making it a bit front-heavy but there's few stunners to be found towards the end, wherein these new mixes COMPLETELY re-vitalize a couple songs that really suffered in the final mixdown ...

Overall, in this new-old mix, the drums crack and pop, the guitars have edges and actual strumming sounds, and ALL kinds of buried little sounds you NEVER heard in these songs in 30+ years ... suddenly emerge ... and you realize ... this album was NO JOKE, man. It really was great.

As evidence I present ... the Lord-Alge mixed 1987 album version of 'They're Blind' ... which, while a nice song and everything, is really just that ... a nice song. Very smooth, lots of reverb, very 'produced' ... I wouldn't fast-forward, but it doesn't (and never did in the 30+ years, I've been listening) exactly 'excite' me all that much. Or make me 'feel', more importantly.

NOW ... check this out ... the new Wallace mix. Mostly the same performance near as I can tell, but I believe this is the proper speed (the one on the record I think was still this basic recording, but sped up, and mixed differently IOW).

This mix is REVELATORY. WOW. Freaking LOVE this song now. After all this time. Now it feels EPIC.

And there's a BUNCH of them that got better, and it's fun as hell to hear all of them their new stripped down iterations.

This is one that didn't change THAT much, but ... it's still better (impossible as that seems) ... and I FUCKING LOVE THIS SONG, so ... I'm including it ...

They're all on teh Youtube. Along with They're Blind, the new versions of Talent Show, Achin to Be and I Won't are the corkers, but I think everything sounds better on it ...


trampled by turtles - the middle (live-kexp-2018) ... they should probably be paying jackson browne

Or maybe it's Bruce Hornsby (who often sounds like Jackson Browne come to think of it ...)

Anyways, melody-lifting notwithstanding, it's still a great performance of a very nice song ... perfect to get your Sunday AM started ...

destroyer - tinseltown swimming in blood (studio-2017) from the 'not what you imagined' songbook

Admit it, you were NOT expecting Canadian Roxy Music (with Al Stewart as the singer, plus the New Order Bass Player) ... or those groovy trumpet lines

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