Connie’s Musical Thoughts of the Day – The 1960s

For your listening enjoyment, two bands that were ahead of their time, The Velvet Underground and Love.   Lou Reed is someone that I need to listen to more.  As for Love, just a random 60s band that I think is underappreciated.

RA Dickey, I think you ought to post some songs on here from time to time so we can tap into the indy New York scene that you have access to:


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About Connie Stinson

Connie Stinson is a lawyer/talk show host who dabbles in the arts of strained analogies, forced humor, and poor spelling. In his spare time Mr. Stinson enjoys charcoal BBQ, as well as any and all things related to humor. He is currently working on his second book, "Look at You, You're a Mountain: A Retrospective On Hogs and the Men Who Love Them."
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One Response to Connie’s Musical Thoughts of the Day – The 1960s

  1. Mola Ram says:

    In my opinion, Lou Reed gets tiresome after extended listening. While I appreciate his lyrics and adventurous musical style, a lot of his songs just flat out sound terrible. That being said, there are about 15-20 songs that I really dig. The problem is, his catalog is monstrous, making it hard to sift through his deeper tracks to find hidden gems.

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