You’re invited! Four events in and around Louisville

I’m so thrilled about these upcoming events (3/7-5/4: two concerts, a play, and a lecture) that I’m inviting everyone. I’ll be buying my tickets in the next two weeks—and none of them are more than $25. Charles Bradley will be at Exit/In in Nashville on May 4th; the others are all in Louisville, through the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts (voted four times as Kentucky’s best venue for music, theater and dance).

Alice in Black and White
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A few album ratings – Part 6

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Rodriguez – Searching for Sugar Man – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (June 2012)

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Gregory Porter – Be Good (February 2012)

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Depeche Mode – Violator (March 1990)

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Tegan and Sara – Hearthrob (January 2013)

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Kendrick Lamar – good kid, m.A.A.d city (October 2012)

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Father John Misty [J. Tillman of Fleet Foxes] – Fear Fun (May 2012)

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Tycho – Dive (November 2011)

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Cliff Martinez – Drive – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (September 2011)

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Daft Punk – Discovery (March 2001)

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Soundgarden – Superunknown (March 1994)

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Michael Jackson – Dangerous (November 1991)

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Michael Jackson – Bad (August 1987)

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Michael Jackson – Thriller (November 1982)

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Soundgarden – King Animal (November 2012)

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Tom Tywker, Reinhold Heil, and Johnny Klimek aka Pale 3 – Cloud Atlas – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (November 2012)

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Rodrigo y Gabriela – 11:11 (September 2009)

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Michael Jackson – Invincible (October 2001)

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Led Zeppelin – Celebration Day (November 2012). However, I give the film version a 10.
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