Tag: Black Sabbath

Kacey Musgraves

Northside Music Day 3 Recap and Review

Over the last two days we covered the first two days of Northside Music, the music portion of Brooklyn’s Northside Festival. On this day, there were tons of bands to see, from Kacey Musgraves, Conor Oberst, PWR BTTM, Grouper, and many, many others. It was another fun day of great music, despite the difficult choices. If you missed the last […]

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CoverBack Thursday – “Solitude” by Marissa Nadler (Black Sabbath)

CoverBack Thursday – “Solitude” by Marissa Nadler (Black Sabbath)

It is no secret we love Melissa Nadler here at The Revue. She received a glowing review from us for last year’s release of July . She even made our list for the top 50 albums of last year as well. So it’s no surprise that today we share her hauntingly beautiful cover of Black Sabbath’s “Solitude“. It is so great it’s […]

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Mundo: Great Albums from The Class of 1970

Mundo: Great Albums from The Class of 1970

Each month, we’ll be looking at group of albums celebrating a watermark anniversary. Last month, we looked at albums celebrating their 50th anniversary. Hard to believe that The Beatles’ Rubber Soul and The Who’s Sing My Generation were released in 1965. Today, we reminisce about the Class of 1970. The year marked the start of the era of polyester and hippies in bell-bottoms […]

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Mundo 7: Superhero Songs

Mundo 7: Superhero Songs

Today, the latest Avengers movie hits the screens across North America.  To honor the team of some of the most recognizable superheroes, our team has assembled a list of some of our favorite superhero themed songs. Some are covers of recognizable theme songs, others are tracks written about superheroes. Check out the list, and feel free to comment with your […]

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Mundo 10: Great Tribute Albums

Mundo 10: Great Tribute Albums

Tribute albums, as a rule, are problematic beasts. Everyone wants to pay homage to the amazing musicians who inspired them, which is great. In some cases, the one being paid tribute to was never as “successful” (read “financially successful”) as the acts covering their songs. In some cases, the opposite is true. Either way, tribute albums are tough to produce. […]

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Mundo 26 Kids’ List: Favorite Tunes from the Under-12 Crowd

Mundo 26 Kids’ List: Favorite Tunes from the Under-12 Crowd

It was only a matter of time before we decided to have other people do our work We could have asked our spouses, partners, siblings, parents, or friends, but that would have been too easy (although maybe we’ll do a parents’ list). Instead, we thought we should have our children, nieces, and nephews, or our friends’ kids create the list. […]

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10 Tweetable Moments from the 2014 Grammy Awards

10 Tweetable Moments from the 2014 Grammy Awards

Ok, so I was going to Tweet my thoughts on the Grammy Awards last night, but didn’t get to it. So, here, especially after my appearance on CTV Morning Live today, here are my most tweetable moments from the show, in no particular order. 1 The greatest rock show of all time was cut short by producers, with ads playing […]

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