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Every once in a while, living in Canada bears unexpectedly delicious – and occasionally forbidden – automotive fruit. For some reason, Mercedes-Benz doesn’t sell its excellent C300 wagon in the United States, but it does make it available to Canadians, who have traditionally embraced the long-roof lifestyle.

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Bill Withers, Or Forgetting What It’s Like To Love Making Music

April 15, 2015 – 5:36 pm | Edit Post
Bill Withers 1976

There’s no such thing as an ‘overnight sensation’ in music.

XM – The End of an Era

January 27, 2009 – 10:01 pm | Edit Post
XM – The End of an Era

Several years ago, I found myself in the position of owning an automobile that hailed from an era where tape decks were luxury items and most drivers were lucky if their in-car entertainment consisted of both AM and FM bands instead of just the hum of the tires against the asphalt.

Naturally, given the low-rent characteristics of the vehicle – it had been purchased as cheap winter transportation, although it was later converted into a fire-breathing sleeper-mobile – I was reluctant to invest too much money into a stereo system.

Cutting To The Chase With Your Demo

November 20, 2008 – 10:37 pm | Edit Post
Cutting To The Chase With Your Demo

As someone who manages a record label – one which has shifted entirely to digital online releases after initially pursuing a semi-traditional vinyl-release format – I am deluged with email messages from musicians, groups and individual artists intent…