The Sax Solo on Gerry Rafferty’s “Baker Street” on a 10 Hour, Endless Loop

Enjoy, but the rule is once you start, you have to listen through to the very, very end. :) The Sax Solo on Gerry Rafferty’s “Baker Street” on a 10 Hour, Endless Loop is a post from: Open Culture. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus, or get our Daily Email. And don't miss our big collections of Free Online Courses, Free Online Movies, Free eBooks, Free Audio Books, Free Foreign Language Lessons, and MOOCs.
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Where To Buy Affordable Bridesmaids Dresses When Matchy-Matchy Isn't By Choice

There comes a time in every woman’s life when she has to plunk down some hard-earned cash on a dress that she just isn't feeling. We’ve all been there: your best friend, sister, cousin, or — awkwardly — the college roommate with whom you’re no longer super-close with is having a great big wedding, and you’re asked to be in a bridal party the size of a small soccer team. And hey, that’s awesome. Those who can and want to splash out, should. With a 250-person guest list, the affair in question is...
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The Mueller Report Reveals No Collusion — But Lots Of Russian Interference

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report is on its way to being released. In a summary to Congress on Sunday, Attorney General William Barr summarized the report's findings. In short: there will be no further indictments and no collusion was discovered from the Trump camp.In describing the investigation's findings of Russian interference with the 2016 election, it determined that there was no conspiracy or coordination with Russian efforts from the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it.It ...
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Watch Migos Perform And DJ Khaled Get Slimed At The Kids’ Choice Awards

The biggest event of the year, the Kids' Choice Awards, took place last night. And who better than Migos to ring in the occasion? Now, you might be wondering, "What song could they possibly perform?" Migos' and Nickelodeon's audiences don't exactly overlap and I can't imagine how they'd clean up a line like "Fuckin on … More »
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Critic’s Pick: Review: Leon Botstein Dusts Off a Surreal 1930s Opera

The tireless champion of overlooked works led a concert performance of Martinu’s “Julietta” with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
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I’ve known and admired the saxophonist-composer Lena Bloch for almost a decade now, and respect her musical integrity. I’ve been very selective about using JAZZ LIVES as a platform to advertise Kickstarter projects, but Lena’s new CD — as of yet … Continue reading →
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Body of 28-Year-Old Missing Activist Amber Evans Recovered From Scioto River

Update, March 24, 2019: A body recovered from the Sciotio River on March 23 has been identified as missing activist Amber Evans, Columbus, OH police confirmed.The Columbus Police's Special Victim’s Bureau and dive team found the body in the area of the Whittier St. peninsula, police said in a tweet, and Evans's family has been notified.Evans reportedly had a dispute with her boyfriend on the afternoon of her disappearance, the Columbus Dispatch reports, and her car was found abandoned near the ...
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Country star Brett Young parties, plays new music in front of a hometown crowd at The Novo in L.A.

Saturday night at The Novo at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles was a special one for country singer-songwriter Brett Young. Not only is he the first country artist to have three shows in a row at the 2,400-capacity venue, the series of shows served as hometown gigs for Young, who grew up in Orange County and lived in Los Angeles just before his now chart-topping career launched. The first of the three nights was sold out and it also happened to fall on his 38th birthday. Throughout the evening,...
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Watch Vampire Weekend Cover Paul Simon’s “Late In The Evening” At London Morning Concert

Vampire Weekend are currently warming up for their summer tour, playing some intimate shows around England. A few days ago, they played their new Father Of The Bride single "Big Blue" live for the first time. Yesterday, the band debuted a new cover of Paul Simon's One-Trick Pony cut … More »
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Bryan Washington's Playlist for His Story Collection "Lot"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Bryan Washington's impressive debut collection Lot brings to life the Houston of the narrator while poignantly exploring race, class, and sexuality. Kirkus wrote of the book: "A s...
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Nancy Pelosi Promises She Won’t Let The Mueller Report Stay Classified

Robert Mueller’s two-year investigation into possible collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia was submitted to Attorney General William Barr on Friday, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is pledging to fight to declassify its findings so lawmakers are free to discuss them publicly.Pelosi warned fellow members of the House that the Justice Department may try to only reveal the report’s findings to a select few top Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate in an effort to hide the...
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A Week In New York City On A $39,500 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: an operations coordinator who makes $39,500 per year and spends some of her money this week on a donut.Occupation: Operations CoordinatorIndustry: Education NonprofitAge: 22Location: New York, NYSalary: $39,500Paycheck Amount (Biweekly): $1,180Monthly...
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Former SLIPKNOT Member Says He Has No Interest In Rejoining The Band

Will Slipknot even bother replacing Fehn? The post Former SLIPKNOT Member Says He Has No Interest In Rejoining The Band appeared first on Metal Injection.
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ULVER Delivers A Stunning Performance For Their First Ever North American Appearance

Images and words by Stefan Raduta Twenty-six years, don’t they go by in a blink of an eye? It’s been... The post ULVER Delivers A Stunning Performance For Their First Ever North American Appearance appeared first on Metal Injection.
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MOTLEY CRUE Beheads DIY Mannequin Of PLASMATICS Vocalist Wendy O. Williams On Stage, New Year's Eve 1982

In 1981, Mötley Crüe had barely been Mötley Crüe for a year while the Plasmatics were busy blowing up cars... The post appeared first on Metal Injection.
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MUSINK 2019 Keeps Rollin' w/ Music And Tattoo Legends

MUSINK 2019 was a weekend full of loud tunes and insane tattoos. Every year, Travis Barker’s annual shin dig brings... The post MUSINK 2019 Keeps Rollin' w/ Music And Tattoo Legends appeared first on Metal Injection.
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With their new bassist and guitarist. The post CATTLE DECAPITATION To Hit The Studio In May appeared first on Metal Injection.
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Turkish Metal Band PITCH BLACK PROCESS Invites You To The Sound Of Their Land With "Zahid Bizi Tan Eyleme"

Now for something really different... The post Turkish Metal Band PITCH BLACK PROCESS Invites You To The Sound Of Their Land With "Zahid Bizi Tan Eyleme" appeared first on Metal Injection.
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LANCE KING Offers A Catchy Prog Tune "Pointing Fingers"

Fans of Dream Theater, The post LANCE KING Offers A Catchy Prog Tune "Pointing Fingers" appeared first on Metal Injection.
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More affectionate sharply focused tales from my favorite Jazz Eminence, Mister Morgenstern — recorded at his Upper West Side apartment last summer. Here’s the first part of Dan’s recollections of Sonny Stitt, which include an ashtray and a bottle of … Continue reading →
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I Live In An Old Ice Cream Factory — & My Rent Is $3,750 A Month

Former Ice Cream Factory And Brothel Is Home Sweet Home In Refinery29's Sweet Digs, we take a look inside the sometimes small, sometimes spacious homes of millennial women. Today, we chat with 34-year-old Angela Mak, who lives in an old converted ice cream factory in Manhattan.New York might be lacking in real estate options, but it does have a lot of character. Or, at least, that's what 34-year-old Angela Mak discovered when she and her husband moved from Hong Kong to Manhattan."My husba...
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Birmingham’s Young, Popular, Fiery Conductor Says British Orchestras Don’t Have An Easy Life

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla became the music director for the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in 2016. She says, “British orchestras, the CBSO included, don’t have an easy life. They work very hard, very fast. They don’t have the government support you get in, say, Germany or Austria or elsewhere. Or the rehearsal time.” – The Observer (UK)
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Joycelyn Savage’s Family Afraid R. Kelly Will Run Away With Her to Dubai If Judge Lets Him Travel

R. Kelly recently asked a judge to grant him permission to travel to the Middle East, but the family of one of his girlfriends fears the singer plans to flee the country and never come back.According to the Blast, Joycelyn Savage’s family believes that Kelly wants to take Joycelyn and his other alleged sex slave/live-in girlfriend, Azriel Clary, out of the United States to a “safe haven” in Dubai where the troubled singer would be free of criminal charges and could escape prosecution. RELATED: J...
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Ohio Revokes Funding For Planned Parenthood

This week, Planned Parenthood locations all across Ohio were notified by the Ohio Department of Health that they would no longer receive funding in accordance with state law.Their funding was revoked after a federal appeals court ruling upheld an Ohio law instated in 2016 which forbids the state from providing preventative health funding to any organization that “performs or promotes” non-therapeutic abortions. A non-therapeutic abortion is any abortion that is not considered a medical necessit...
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Bigelow Tea Suggestions: The Best Pandora Stations Based On Your Favorite Tea

For all the #TeaProudly music and tea lovers out there, here are some awesome Pandora stations suggestions to listen to while drinking tea. Whatever your favorite Bigelow Tea flavor is, we’ve matched up Pandora stations that might pair perfectly with your next steaming mug. So go ahead and brew a cup of tea, plug in your headphones and check out these stations. Make sure to let us know which is your favorite in the comments below. If you love Bigelow Green Teas… then you probably w...
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San Francisco Symphony Musicians Announce Their Support For Striking Colleagues In Chicago

They are supposed to perform in Chicago on Tuesday, but they say they “will join striking Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians on the picket line if the labor conflict hasn’t been settled by then.” (They already sent a letter of support, but this is a bit more direct.) – Chicago Tribune
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Kiernan Shipka Wore A Dress That's Way Too Beautiful To Slime To The Kids' Choice Awards

Season 2 of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is still days away, but star Keirnan Shipka’s latest red carpet look has already cast a spell on us – and was way too beautiful to slime at the Kids’ Choice Awards.The actress dazzled at Saturday’s ceremony in a Miu Miu Pre-Fall 2019 mixed media mini-dress. It featured an embellished cutout top, a black bow, and an ivory pleated skirt. Black accessories, a high bun, and simple stud earrings completed the look.When asked if she was prepared to have ...
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