barbryallen:

Steve Earle - I Ain’t Ever Satisfied

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sage-and-spirit:

The Band

Tags: the band

mudwerks:

Willys-Overland advertising from the 50’s (by Static Phil)

mudwerks:

Willys-Overland advertising from the 50’s (by Static Phil)

wonderful-strange:

The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger by Stephen King, 1982. Cover art by Michael Whelan.

wonderful-strange:

The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger by Stephen King, 1982. Cover art by Michael Whelan.

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worldcafe:

Hear Ryan Adams Play An Unreleased Track, ‘The Door’ and More - on Today’s World Cafe

Ryan Adams just released his new self-titled album. Adams produced the new album himself in his own PAX-AM studio in Los Angeles, and brought the band he worked with (including co-producer Mike Viola) to this extended World Cafe session. They wound up performing a bunch of songs — including the previously unheard “The Door,” which was to appear on Adams’ unreleased “black hole album.”

[LISTEN] Ryan Adams on World Cafe

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dollyhardon:

laciengasmile:

ohmysweetcarolinaa:

playmixt:

Ryan Adams made a video for his new self-titled LP. It’s strange and funny. Cast of several includes:

  • Garry Shandling
  • Jeff Garlin
  • Don Was
  • Mike Viola
  • Ryan Adams
  • Bob Mould

y’all this made my day… it’s so Ryan.. 

IT’S NOT FOR THE BIRDS.

What a fucking weirdo. I love him.

Tags: ryan adams

themaninthegreenshirt:

Clint Eastwood - If jazz had a few more champions like Clint Eastwood, the music’s status in America’s cultural firmament would be much less tenuous. Then again, as an iconic actor and Oscar-winning director and producer, Eastwood is sui generis. And so is his broad commitment to using the various resources at his disposal to keep jazz in the foreground of the country’s consciousness. Whether artfully weaving jazz into his films, exploring the life of Charlie Parker in the searing biopic Bird, sitting on the board of the Monterey Jazz Festival or serving as a rainmaking executive producer for jazz documentaries, Eastwood has been as dogged in his support for the music as Dirty Harry Callahan was in pursuit of a bad guy.

themaninthegreenshirt:

Clint Eastwood - If jazz had a few more champions like Clint Eastwood, the music’s status in America’s cultural firmament would be much less tenuous. Then again, as an iconic actor and Oscar-winning director and producer, Eastwood is sui generis. And so is his broad commitment to using the various resources at his disposal to keep jazz in the foreground of the country’s consciousness. Whether artfully weaving jazz into his films, exploring the life of Charlie Parker in the searing biopic Bird, sitting on the board of the Monterey Jazz Festival or serving as a rainmaking executive producer for jazz documentaries, Eastwood has been as dogged in his support for the music as Dirty Harry Callahan was in pursuit of a bad guy.

fuckyouverymuch:

We think Jack is one of the coolest guys alive.

fuckyouverymuch:

We think Jack is one of the coolest guys alive.

(via pricklylegs)

radremedies:

+ JOHN FOGERTY +

radremedies:

+ JOHN FOGERTY +

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