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When it comes to film or music, I’m not particularly nostalgic about the NYC of my childhood, probably because I still live here.

Still, Lou Reed’s New York, the 1989 underappreciated classic, instantly brings tears to my eyes.

No song evokes late 80s New York City grit, hope and pain better than “Dirty Boulevard” or “Romeo and Juiliet”.

I miss Lou Reed.

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1 hour ago, chspeed said:

When it comes to film or music, I’m not particularly nostalgic about the NYC of my childhood, probably because I still live here.

Still, Lou Reed’s New York, the 1989 underappreciated classic, instantly brings tears to my eyes.

No song evokes late 80s New York City grit, hope and pain better than “Dirty Boulevard” or “Romeo and Juiliet”.

I miss Lou Reed.

Give us your tired, your hungry, we'll club 'em to death. That's what the Statue of Bigotry says.

 

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Listening to the blues. The “Nothin’ But The Blues” show on Kjazz 88.1 FM.

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7 hours ago, nevets88 said:

Give us your tired, your hungry, we'll club 'em to death. That's what the Statue of Bigotry says.

 

You got it.

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On 2/25/2019 at 12:00 PM, nevets88 said:

I'm waiting for someone to use this song with a swing lesson video illustrating how to shallow at A4.

 

I heard this song on the radio the other day. I don't get it. It's not good.

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In a noir jazz mood today.  Yesterday was a metal shuffle of things on pandora: all that remains, trivium, killswitch engage, etc. 

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