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365 Days of Song Recommendations: March 9

365 Days of Song Recommendations: March 9

Bellerin’ Plain—Captain Beefheart

Listen. If you think Tom Waits invented that shit? Let me just hurry up and disabuse you of that notion with a quickness.

Lick My Decals, Baby. The follow-up to Trout Mask Replica. Released in 1970. Remember that date. 1970. Captain Beefheart.

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Preacher Boy

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist , poet, writer. Vintage guitars, vintage typewriters, new Moleskines.

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