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Over at The Ringer I wrote about one of my favorite ever athletes, the great golfer Lee Trevino, on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of his final major championship. Includes wonderful stories from Tom Watson, Gary Player and other giants of the sport! Check it out if you are so inclined. Trevino’s story is […]
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Hellos and goodbyes! Over at Oxford American, I ponder The Who’s 1982 Farewell Concert and debut the title track from my band, the Paranoid Style’s new LP A Goddamn Impossible Way Of Life! I could not legally be more excited for the official album release tomorrow! One of Pete’s great, underrated early gems is 1964’s […]
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Let’s discuss The Dirty South, the fifth record by the unaccountably brilliant American institution known as the Drive-By Truckers, which turns fifteen (15!) this summer. The Dirty South is an expansive record, 14 deeply-layered songs unfolding over the course of 70 minutes, every second of them earned. It contains several of DBT’s bona fide masterpieces, […]
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