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Thursday, 3 February 2005
O,I,L - Album Cover Scrabble
Topic: Music
CD Scrabble is a cool idea. Here is: Damien Rice "O", Magnetic Fields "I" and Steve Hillage "L". From the Swedish blog Blind Höna 22.Jan.2005.

posted by niblog at 01:29 CET
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Saturday, 29 January 2005
MC5 Concert Posters
Topic: Music
MC-5 Posters, Handbills and Adverts from the MC5 Gateway

»Image: MC-5, The Chosen Few, Grande Ballroom, Detroit ,MI, 7-8.Oct.1966 by Gary Grimshaw - "The Visual Architect of the Detroit Sixties"

»Paper Song - the website of Gary Grimshaw

posted by niblog at 01:07 CET
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Wednesday, 26 January 2005
JOHNOSSI - debut album!
Topic: Music
The full length album, simply named Johnossi, will be released for sale on January 26th, 2005. Listen to Execution Song on Border Records. Read about the Swedish rock duo JOHNOSSI (John and Ossi) on johnossi.com

posted by niblog at 00:53 CET
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Saturday, 15 January 2005
His Nibs - Bob Dylan
Topic: Music
His Nibs Bob Dylan, Santa Cruz, California, March 16. 2000. Album cover from the Bob Dylan artwork index at pinkrobert.net

»Search eBay auctions for nibs
»Search eBay for Bob Dylan

posted by niblog at 08:03 CET
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Saturday, 25 December 2004
Beatles Christmas Records - mp3
Topic: Music
The Beatles Christmas Records "If you were fortunate enough to have been a member of the official Beatles fan club between 1963 and 1969, then you likely have heard one or more of these records. The Beatles recorded them and sent them out to their adoring fans every year, finally collecting them all on one album for the 1970 edition."

»Listen to the Beatles Christmas Records on Sci-Fi-Hi-Fi (mp3)

posted by niblog at 00:01 CET
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