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Passing Trains Weekly on the World Wide Interweb

Here's yet another Random Collection

of Tasty Items From The World Wide Web!

Ah, something cool to read over the weekend!


Making Bob Dylan's Archive Come Alive

Joni Mitchell: Fear of a Female Genius

The Unbelievable Story of the Most Expensive Record Ever Sold

The Williamsburg Bridge Should Be Named After Sonny Rollins

A Brief Compendium of the Weirdest Stuff Sold Online

Secret Tools Magicians Use To Fool You

Galt MacDermot "Hair" Composer Dead @ 89

How Randy Newman & His Family Have Shaped Movie Music for Generation

Uncut's Greatest Lost Albums

The Bizarre Lost World Of 1970's Cabaret Pop 

NME Created An Indie Scene Out Of Thin Air In 2002 & Made It Stick

Farewell To NME: A Rock & Roll Riot That Petered Into Silence 

The Rise & Fall Of Rolling Stone Magazine

Sorry Jann Wenner, Rock & Roll Didn't Make Us Free

NYC: A Rock & Roll Lover's Guide

A Map of the US Created Out of 1,000 Song Titles

A Rock 'n' Roll Mystery

Were The Beau Brummels America's Unluckiest Band?

The Complete Story Of How We Came To Have Loud, Fuzzy, Distorted Guitars

When Heading Out To Eat, Note That The Music In The Restaurant Could Make You Fat

NRBQ: If You're Not A Fan, You Should Be

Danny Fields: He Was Present @ The Birth Of Punk & He Took Notes

Jimi Hendrix's Last Stand

How Stevie Wonder Became Stevie Wonder





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