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From A Basement in LFC

Monday, March 29, 2010  |  Author:

The most exciting news this week (at least for me) is that on the new CD shelves there are two Elliott Smith albums! One is From A Basement On the Hill, and one is Roman Candles.
He is such an amazing singer/songwriter that I think he deserves to be on everyone’s playlist this week.

If you go to Youtube, you would find numerous videos paying tribute to him.

And speaking of deceased great singer/songwriters, the singer of Sparklehorse passed away recently, which I talked about in my last post. His talent and greatness deserve a second mentioning.

There are some other good albums at the station that you should check out. But first and foremost, the amazingly amazing Elliott Smith.

If you would like a surprise, check out the Shooter Jennings & Hierophant album. The design is a pleasant surprise!


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  • Alexis wrote on August 22, 2012 @ 8:05 PM:

    Alcohol is a drug in my opinion. Anything that can cause you to put it above your othiwrese better judgement, that can supercede the entire rest of your life and that becomes an addiction is a drug. We just lost a beautiful friend last Saturday to alcohol after she passed out and vomited in her sleep. A wonderful event turned tragic over night.Thank you so much for sharing your mistakes, one of the many reasons I follow you (other than that magnificent style!) is that you are an honest and flawed person. It is so much more satisfying to have an icon who is open about their experiences when we make mistakes we know that like you, we will learn from them. And that like you, if we share them with others they will benefit too.xx

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