Fly on, Little Wing

By WES BROOKS,

Choosing a song for this article was tough. Nothing came to mind when it came to the subject of today’s article that I didn’t think would be trite or just plain cheesy so, that’s why this article’s song is an instrumental.










Controlling Perfect

By WES BROOKS,
The tune I’m humming along to for this week’s outing is from a band I’ve referenced once before—Athens, Georgia’s R.E.M. If you’re referencing vinyl recordings, “I Believe” is the second song on side two of R.E.M.’s 1986 album Life’s Rich Pageant. 
Let’s get going.

It's Written All Over My Face

By WES BROOKS,

This week’s track, “Boys Don’t Cry,” comes from British New Wave and Gothic Rock pioneers, The Cure. Principle songwriter, guitarist, and singer, Robert Smith, formed the band in Sussex in 1976. They came into popularity in the wake of the punk rock movement and cemented their notoriety through the 80’s and 90’s.


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