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Subway Mix: Volume 3

Two finals down, one more to go. All this traveling and studying has seen me with a ton of playlists, especially the Subway version. So here goes Volume 3.

Some old, some new, some awesome, and some you’re probably going to hate. Just make sure to give each song a listen.


Band Of Horses – Compliments Removed as per the request of the band and the Web Sheriff. See comment below for more details.

Gil Scot-Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

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The Dead Weather To Perform New LP Live Tonight

A huge thank you to my lovely Elana for letting me know about this one.

I never like to post about the same band twice in a row, but sometimes duty calls. Tonight, The Dead Weather will be performing their new album, Sea Of Cowards,  in its entirety, and the performance will be broadcast live on their Myspace page.

So tune in tonight at 6PM EST to hear what should be a super album, and, to tide you over until then, check out the new single – Die By The Drop.

The Dead Weather – Die By The Drop

[Afterthought: T or F, this new album cover looks a hell of a lot like Pearl Jam’s Riot Act.]

The Dead Weather – Coachella 2010

I was speaking with a friend yesterday about bands I really want to see in concert, and one of my top acts actually contained three subsets. The concert I really would love to go to is a Jack White concert. I know – he has three bands. And I know, they all have very different sounds. But I’m pretty sure that 30 years from now, kids will look at the Jack White collection like I looked at Eric Clapton’s music as a young child when I first attained a copy of Cream of Clapton. Though my dad could tell every nuanced difference between Clapton’s solo work, his Derek and the Dominoes songs, and his brilliant Cream tracks, to me this was just one brilliant guitarist with an awesome greatest hits album.

Jack White is just the same. Sure, he surrounds himself with amazing musicians (Alison Moshart, Brendan Benson), but so did Clapton (Steve Winwood, Duane Allman, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker), and in the end it was Clapton’s artistic vision and genius that shone through all those years later; it’s going to be the same thing with Mr. White. While I admit that neither The Raconteurs nor The Dead Weather are the supergroup that Cream was, I still opine that Jack White his ability to create fantastic music with any group of people places him as one of the most talented musicians, songwriters, and performers of our generation.

Enjoy this recent The Dead Weather bootleg from Coachella, and look towards a feature on The Dead Weather’s new single later this week.

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