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My music playlist for today (February 16, 2012 edition)

Today in my recommendations of music from friends found in the “outer reaches” of http://www.progressiveears.com, I examine Dungen, as recommended by that Canadian trucking logistics expert known as Yves. I love the exposure I get at progressiveears to music of … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (February 13, 2012 edition)

Steve Kessler has been to the Netherlands, so he knows about Sky Architect.  This Dutch progressive rock band — still relatively in its infancy, having put out its first album in 2010 — was the first of two bands Steve, … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (February 10, 2012)

From the “outer reaches” of http://www.progressiveears.com comes a recommendation from John Battema, who’s done a bit of original music recording himself (check out his website here). But Virginia John wasn’t recommending his own stuff in this case.  No, Battema was … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (February 9, 2012 edition)

Truth be known, there’s a guy at http://www.progressiveears.com who goes by the ID of “Klonk” who’s been giving me my last two playlists … and I’m not even sure he knows it yet. Klonk’s got some very good taste in … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (February 8, 2012 edition)

Man, I just don’t hear enough different music while living here in Utah. It wasn’t until just yesterday that I’d even heard of the British alternative pop/rock band Doves when an online music discussion friend of mine and a frequent … Continue reading

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My music playlist for today (January 23, 2012 edition)

Tony Levin is just a monster on the bass and the Chapman stick.  There are no ifs, ands, or buts about it. How many musical artists out there can claim that they played the White House as a member of … Continue reading

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