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Murder Most Foul (2020) – Bob Dylan

There I was this morning reading the BBC news homepage…Corona, Corona, Corona, Corona, Bob Dylan, Corona. Wait, this quarantine business isn’t making me see things I wondered? After rubbing my eyes..I read ‘Bob Dylan releases first new music in eight

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Day 6 Quarantine in Bogotá (Managing our Emotions and Aeterna)

*Catching some rays leaning out from my window sill this morning in Bogotá Managing Our Emotions (Peter Attia MD): ‘Just on a personal level, I could use your help and a lot of other people can as well. Our minds

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Both Sides, Now – Joni Mitchell

The title of Joni Mitchell’s 1966 album ‘Clouds‘ comes from today’s song Both Sides Now. It is one of her most adored tracks and for good reason – it’s simply a classic. ‘The lyrics explore dualities ― “give and take,”

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Born to a Family (2005) – The Go-Betweens

Born to a Family is the B side off the Go-Betweens single Finding You taken from their 9th studio album Oceans Apart (see image above). Finding You peaked at Number 17 on the Australian music charts and will feature later

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Born in Time (1990) – Bob Dylan

Born in Time is the second song  to appear here off Dylan’s widely scorned 1990 album Under The Red Sky. If you would like more information about this album you can visit the 2 x 2 song post. Born in

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Bolero Falaz (1995) – Aterciopelados

This song by Aterciopelados (The Velvet Ones) topped the 1000 most important songs of Colombian rock, but I would class Bolero Falaz more as alternative rock. It’s extremely groovy and bohemian in character a beholds a catchy melody that should

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Boléro (1928) – Maurice Ravel

Boléro is a very famous musical composition composed by Maurice Ravel which premiered in 1928. It was composed as a ballet commissioned by Russian actress and dancer Ida Rubinstein. It is said the Boléro epitimizes Ravel’s preocupation with restyling and

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Blue Eyes (1982) – Elton John

It’s strange this is the first song to appear in the music library project by Elton John considering how many of his songs will feature here. I listened to Elton more than any other music artist before I reached the

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Blue Black Sky (2003) – David Bridie

Blue Back Sky comes from Australian singer-songwriter David Bridie’s record Hotel Radio. It’s almost certain you haven’t heard of this 2003 record. There isn’t even a wikipage about it, but most of the songs from this record will feature in

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Blow Up The Pokies (2000)- The Whitlams

Blow Up the Pokies is a protest song about the misery and destruction of Australia’s poker machines. In the US, they’re called slot machines, in the UK; fruit machines. Back in the 1990’s Tim Freedman – the lead singer of

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