'There are three levels to discovering music,' John Moe writes, 'the kind of music that makes you stop what you're doing and give a focused listen.' John describes and gives examples of what those three levels are. See what you think, and share some of your own discoveries.
Esso petroleum warned drivers that rock music might mean a heavier foot on the accelerator; Cass Elliot released her first solo single; John Denver got his second No. 1 hit; 'Men in Black' soundtrack was a bestseller; and the late Soul Asylum bassist Karl Mueller was born Today in Music History.
Craig Kenton, a collector living in New Zealand, is selling his collection of over 400 vintage boom boxes. “I feel like the collection is a piece of ’80s art,” he says, “and I hope they go somewhere they can be seen.” Kenton’s asking price is $20,000 — which he says is a bargain for the 20…
Mary Lucia shares her recollections of almost breaking up with Minneapolis. 'A year ago, my life came to an unnerving crescendo of crap that left me in desperate need of change,' she writes. But now, she's decided to embrace a sense of belonging.