Tag Archive > Bob Dylan

Demands for Spring

Greetings, Unwind readers (assuming you exist). Now that we’re in the last throes of the semester, when every second is critical yet all you want to do is sit around and merely exist, I’m finding myself growing increasingly listless.  I’m a much better student amid the misery of winter, when there’s not much else to […]

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Top Five Wednesday: Bands that have contributed the most to the downfall of radio

So, once upon a time, The Who were played on standard rock radio, right next to Aerosmith, Led Zep, and (maybe, if your station was cool enough) Hendrix. Now, obviously, is not that time, as we are treated to Nickelback, Kelly Clarkson, and Fall Out Boy. What happened to the radio? I’ll tell you what […]

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Folk Friday: Joe Pug

This is a bold statement, but I’m going on record: I have never listened to a single EP as much as I have Joe Pug’s Nation of Heat EP. According to my iTunes, I’ve listened to it at least twenty times straight through, and I’ve listened to “Hymn #101” fifty-nine times in exactly two and […]

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Buy/Die: Christmas Time is Almost Here?!

Today is a sad day in my life. It is the day that Christmas CDs start getting released en masse, with David Archuleta, Bob Dylan and Connie Talbot all releasing discs that have to do with that fair holiday. That list should inspire awe and wonder all of its own, as it spans just about […]

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