The Andy Poxon Band Red Roots Review

When we are met with the abject Blues failures of fail-safe luminaries like Eric Clapton and Cyndi Lauper — getting a fresh breath of the Blues with 16-year-old Andy Poxon — is just the tonic we need to keep on skiffling.

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The Clapton Review: Waiting Four Years for Mediocrity

Eric Clapton’s new album dropped today — simply titled, “Clapton” — and this is his first album of new songs in over four years and, unfortunately, the record is ashamedly weak and painfully forlorn.  See Clapton dully staring back at you from the album cover below?  That’s perfectly encapsulates the listening experience of the music.  He.  Blankly.  Stares.  At.  You.  With.  A.  Dour.  Face.

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Movable Type Trackbacks Blocked by WordPress?

There’s nothing worse for a common end user then getting caught in a fight between two elite web titans.

This RelationShaping.com blog is only a few days old and I’ve already discovered my WordPress.com hosted blog, Urban Semiotic, is unable — or unwilling? — to accept Trackbacks from this pair Networks hosted Movable Type 4.1 blog.

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