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ROLYPOLY by HANK WILLIAMS ::: ROLYPOLY by Hank Williams This is off of “THE LONESOME SOUND OF HANK WILLIAMS” album era 1960

“The sun shines to-day also.”

TONIGHT! @DuncanTrussell & @ChrisRyanPHD are at Hawthorne Theater 7doors/8show/9portals open wide

❤️ @DuncanTrussell TONITE! At Hawthorne Theater

rare footage of 1950s housewife in LSD experiment ::: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use

Sturgill Simpson on Life as a Psychedelic Experience (1 of 5) ::: Sturgill Simpson discusses the freedoms as a song-writer he experienced by self-publishing Metamodern Sounds In Country Music, as well as the musical and literary influences behind the album’s philosophy & the meaning of his music. “I don’t really subscribe to anything other than the beauty of the idea that eventually mankind — we will transcend this whole, the suffering of being in this realm and this physical plane and these bodies, whatever you want to call it. And then unified interconnected consciousness, independent of all else, would exist all on its own, and kind of go back to that divine point in the universe. So to me, it’s like this heady, esoteric concept, and I was like ‘How can I dumb this down into something as simple as just saying - just be nice and love everyone?’ [Because] if that theory holds true, that would be the only thing that would actually ever get it there.” “That’s it, that’s what the record’s about. Everybody’s going to get hung up on all the other shit that went into it, but all it was was really like this 15 year psychobabble existentialistic dilemma that led me to writing a record about love that sounds like I’m trippin’ my balls off. But you don’t really need drugs to get there.” This video samples “Living The Dream,” taken from Simpson’s 2014 sophomore release, Metamodern Sounds In Country Music. Purchase the album on Bandcamp: More from Sturgill Simpson here:

Big week in Omaha @Waiting_Room :// @warondrugsjams & @tysegall

Sylvan Esso - Dreamy Bruises ::: ‘Dreamy Bruises’ off of Sylvan Esso’s debut album. Available now! Video directed by Bob Purvis and Timm Gable Produced by Allies & Co.

What’s for breakfast?!?

Masculine Tampons r so much more expen$ive

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