Tag Archives: Tuneage

Musical palate cleanser, rain/reign edition

This one came up on the car radio this morning.  It’s the song I closed my college radio show with for two years.

One of the best album closers ever…

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Musical palate cleanser, “the world premiere of a song that’s 35 years old” edition

Here’s a Neil Young song you probably haven’t heard before.

Background here.

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Musical palate cleanser, I got the blues edition

You could use a little Mick Taylor in your life today, right?

Such a great tribute to Stax, even with an off-key Keef.

By the way, if you don’t own the DVD of this show, you should.

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UPDATE:  By the way…

Now that he’s given up drinking, I’m worried about his health.

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Musical palate cleanser, four decades later edition

Jeez, I’m old.  The Clash’s London Calling is forty years old now.

Still, this remains one of the greatest opening tracks in the history of Western civilization.

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Musical palate cleanser, trivia edition

Okay, folks — without looking it up, what’s the common thread between the main subject of yesterday’s MPC and this?

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Musical palate cleanser, a pox upon the media edition

Came across this historical note on Twitter…

That is… something.  It inspired me to post the original, which is simply great.  Robyn Hitchcock, man.

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A patriotic Musical Palate Cleanser

A GTP salute to all our veterans, including this one:

There’s only one appropriate MPC for that.

Thanks for your service, folks.

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