Posts Tagged “paul mccartney”

McCartney: ‘Something New’

In July 1964, The Beatles released “Something New,” their fifth album in the U.S. Today’s NYTimes includes an article about Paul McCartney composing music for the New York City Ballet. The man is 68 and still giving us “something new” — a wonderful example of an artist pushing the boundaries…

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15 in 15

Our comrade (he won’t like me calling him that, heh heh) in blogging Kad Barma over there on Choosing a Soundtrack mentioned something called 15 for 15 going around on Facebook. The idea being for people to take 15 minutes and list the 15 “record albums,” no matter what technology I guess…

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