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15.11.2017, 00:01 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Joni Mitchell: "I Don't Know Where I Stand" (1969)

There's always time for Joni. This wonderful song, originally introduced by Fairport Convention, is from Clouds.

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09.11.2017, 15:49 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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The House of Love: "The Girl with the Loneliest Eyes" (1992)

John Peel loved The House of LoveIn 1988 he wrote about a gig in Leeds:

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01.11.2017, 00:18 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Funkadelic: "Tales of Kidd Funkadelic" (1976)

Close to thirteen minutes of psychedelic slow funk. From the eponymous album.

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25.10.2017, 17:42 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Die Braut haut ins Auge: "Blätter & Menschen" (1995)

Greatest German band name ever. Hamburger Schule at its best.

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24.10.2017, 00:03 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

Cargnelli schreibt

Jetzt online: Cargnelli/Ehs/Tantner: Organisierung prekärer Arbeit. Das Beispiel der IG LektorInnen und WissensarbeiterInnen (2017).

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18.10.2017, 00:07 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Luna: "Dizzy" (2002)

"And I'm surrounded by demons - and it's fantastic." And so is this song from Romantica.

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11.10.2017, 00:01 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Shangri-Las: "Out in the Streets" (1965)

Simply glorious.

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04.10.2017, 00:08 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Jimmy Buffett: "Margaritaville" (1977)

Jimmy Buffett's finest hour. "Some people claim that there's a woman to blame, but I know it's my own damn fault."

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27.09.2017, 00:11 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Ja, Panik: "Eigentlich wissen es alle" (2014)

"Im Abseits fangen Topjobs an." Aus Libertatia.

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20.09.2017, 00:21 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Trader Horne: "Here Comes the Rain" (1970)

This charming folk-pop song is from Judy Dyble (ex-Fairport Convention) & Jackie McAuley (ex-Them).

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