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“Art Is A Holy Pursuit” T Bone Burnett and The Value of Music

Ah, T Bone Burnett! He’s considered the godfather of the Americana movement. He’s the guy who made traditional music from folks like Maybelle Carter and The Carter Family cool in the 21st century. He’s exposed the healthy roots of American … Continue reading

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Thirty Years After — Part 18: Closed Mondays

              In the mid 1970s the animated short “Closed Mondays” rocked art and film circles around the globe, winning the 1975 Oscar for Best Animated Short. The medium is clay animation, while its premise … Continue reading

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Thirty Years After — Part 17: Is Your Timing Right?

Not for a moment should you believe that any part of Scout66.com’s existence is a mistake or a failure. My posts about everything related to my career in music are totally honest. If I were to say that everything was … Continue reading

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Thursday’s Child

Thursday’s child has far to go By now the calendar says it’s Thursday. Going back two days to Tuesday and the post “Shoulda Been A Monday,” there are a few loose ends to pick up. On Tuesday, the post relayed … Continue reading

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