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Carnival of Rock and Roll–November 2010

Carnival of Rock and Roll–November 2010
Alright, finally time to put together another Carnival of Rock 'n' Roll. There has been plenty of submissions, a few that seemed pretty hilariously cynical (who am I to judge, but unfortunately not exactly on topic) and lots to weed out actually from two months worth of stuff... still more than few that were pretty cool... so here we go.

Rock and Roll Feature: Remembering Imagine on John Lennon's 70th Birthday

This is the thirty-fourth in a series of Rock & Roll features I'm writing for this site. I'm a rock and roller, so this column is a way for me to feature a different album that I like, from different genres every month.

What can really be said that hasn't already been said about John Lennon?

The Wall Comes to Life in Roger Waters' 30th Anniversary Show

Saying that I'm a fan of Pink Floyd and of The Wall doesn't see to really cover exactly how I feel about their work and this particular album. To this day I remember the first time I really listened to it in it's entirety and the mixture of awe, identification and absolute confusion I felt afterward.

Rock and Roll Feature: The Who, Art Rock, Lifehouse and Who's Next

This is the thirty-third in a series of Rock & Roll features I'm writing for this site. I'm a rock and roller, so this column is a way for me to feature a different album that I like, from different genres every month.

Carnival of Rock and Roll–September 2010

Carnival time again. A bit of a short and sweet one this month... well shorter than some but longer than others I guess... so I think we'll just get right to it.

First, from Biagio over at Miami Grime, we've got an: Interview with Wallpaper

Carnival of Rock and Roll–August 2010

Well, I think it's been roughly 5-7 months since the last Carnival of Rock 'n' Roll. According to my records it was March, but the last one actually published I think was January 2010. What can I say, things were extra stressful, extra hectic and extra time consuming for a while there...

Carnival of Rock and Roll–January 2010

It's Carnival of Rock 'n' Roll time again... the very first carnival of 2010. This month will be another more mellow carnival (at least compared to come of the massive ones of the past), but I'm not complaining. There were lots of interesting things submitted and I really enjoyed taking a read.

Better Than Ezra Still Puts on a Pretty Fun Live Show

Never one to pass up a good concert if I have any choice in the matter, I have once again been attending musical events with vigor. This time it was a band that I've seen a few times before and they've always put on a good, fun, high energy show: Better Than Ezra.

Rock and Roll Feature: 30 Years of London Calling and the Clash

This is the thirty-second in a series of Rock & Roll features I'm writing for this site. I'm a rock and roller, so this column is a way for me to feature a different album that I like, from different genres every month.

Carnival of Rock and Roll-December 2009

Well last month with the return to regular carnivals, we had the biggest carnival I've ever seen... and this month, perhaps ironically, we have the smallest. In fact, the carnival this month contained so few submissions I thought I forgot to make it available on BlogCarnival.com, but I didn't. I thought maybe there were problems with my carnival email, but there aren't.

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