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Sunday Morning Beagle

Sunday Morning Beagle

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Attempting to look innocent

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fuckyeahmovieposters:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by DirtyGreatPixels

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by DirtyGreatPixels

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A friend of mine tagged me to list 11 albums that have affected me in some way. (I’m going to break the rules and list 33.) They don’t need to be the “right” albums or great works of musicianship. I enjoy revisiting this kind of “desert island” list every few years to see how they change. It’s not surprising that most of these albums (in no particular order) were released when I was between the ages of 15-25. That’s only natural, I suppose. It’s also not surprising that most of these are pretty mellow albums.

1. The Format- Dog Problems
2. Hem- Eveningland
3. Carole King- Tapestry
4. Elliott Smith- XO
5. Counting Crows- Recovering the Satellites
6. Antony and the Johnsons- I Am A Bird Now
7. Fiona Apple- When the Pawn…
8. Vienna Teng- Waking Hour
9. The Cure- Disintegration
10. Beth Orton- Central Reservation
11. Jeff Buckley- Grace

12. Rachael Yamagata- Happenstance
13. Joanna Newsom- The Milk-Eyed Mender
14. The Honorary Title- Anything Else But the Truth
15. Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s- The Dust of Retreat
16. The National- Boxer
17. Sigur Ros- Agaetis Byrjun
18. Mazzy Star- Among My Swan
19. Bright Eyes- Fevers and Mirrors
20. Eisley- Room Noises
21. Lisa Loeb- Firecracker
22. Ryan Adams- Cold Roses 

23. Rufus Wainwright- Poses
24. Radiohead- OK Computer
25. Rilo Kiley- More Adventurous
26. Death Cab for Cutie- Transatlanticism 
27. Nina Gordon- Tonight and the Rest of My Life
28. The Arcade Fire- Funeral
29. Vedera- Stages
30. Barcelona- Absolutes
31. Better Than Ezra- Closer
32. Tilly and the Wall- Wild Like Children
33. Sondre Lerche- Faces Down

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Absinthe at Cafe Prague

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A 1922 copy of Vachel Lindsey’s “The Art of the Moving Picture”

A 1922 copy of Vachel Lindsey’s “The Art of the Moving Picture”

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Cinema!!!!!!

Cinema!!!!!!