Monthly Archives: February 2012

No Seed Left Behind: The Pill and Politics Of Convenience

All these years I`ve stayed at home while you had all your fun And every year that`s gone by another baby`s come There`s gonna be some changes made right here on Nursery Hill You`ve set this chicken your last time … Continue reading

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Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On. Twice.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, or perhaps for the swollen eyes and aching head that come on the day after a bad one, I read a mighty fine post on the Perspective Collective website written by a friend of … Continue reading

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She’s So Twentieth Century

A little something for all you modern lovers out there tonight. They say Valentine’s Day is all made up. Well, what’s not made up I ask you? Columbus Day? I say it’s the one holiday, regardless of religion or race, … Continue reading

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Waylon Jennings: Ten Years Gone

Have you ever fibbed about how much you like country music? Have you ever placed a country CD on the bottom of a stack so as not to be readily noticed? Or, have you ever browsed the infinitely cooler pop/rock … Continue reading

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Can Everybody See Me All Right?

Johnny Russell sold his first song to Gentleman Jim Reeves when he was twenty years old. The year was 1960 and Reeves and Chet Atkins placed it on the B-side of He’ll Have To Go. In A Mansion Stands My … Continue reading

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I Will Always Love You

Almost to the day, twenty years from it’s original recording date, my high school senior class picked I Will Always Love You as our class song. I don’t imagine many of us knew the song was that old at the … Continue reading

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A Murder, A Song, A Grammy

It’s almost unfair, the burden Johnny Cash, even in death, has to bear. I was flipping through an old music magazine and was reminded that way back in the year 1995 he won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album … Continue reading

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