In 2012, when this piece was first posted, it seemed like a good moment to throw the country’s history and contradictions into some sort of quick relief, and the most expedient way of doing that for me was to look at the way the United States (and the philosophies at its core) were reflected in the movies, and not just the ones which approached the country head-on as a subject.
If you’re a music lover, there’s no excuse for you not to have Sirius-xm Satellite Radio (unless you’re broke) – the service, and its brethren are basically a necessity. Not only do you get radio programs hosted by legends like Bruce “Cousin Brucie” Morrow, Randy Bachman, and Nancy Sinatra, but there’s also a radio station for every musical niche in existence.
One of the best of those “niche stations” is Deep Tracks, which takes its programming from non-single album tracks, B-sides, and other obscure songs by famous artists. While we were dancing to no. 1 hits by legendary bands like The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and The Rolling Stones, other good songs faded into the background, and crucially, Deep Tracks is helping music lovers to discover these classic tunes.
As music buffs, we should all feel a responsibility to help introduce fellow fans to our own musical discoveries,
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