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Oil Can Boyd

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  1. Watched this for the first time in a while (maybe since it came out) and, for me, it holds up.
  2. I'm a little late to the game but we just watched Portrait of a Lady on Fire and thought it was great.
  3. Leroy Bach was in the band at that time (playing guitar, keyboards, and background vocals).
  4. Chez - right back atcha. Yes, I really liked Ryan's book. I was born and raised in the Boston area (and am still here) so much of what he wrote really resonated. I learned a lot about Van Morrison and the weird stuff going on in Boston/Cambridge at the time. Highly recommend the book.
  5. That album and Tiny Cities were really big for me (but I have a tough time listening to Kozelek now).
  6. Apparently ed fromohio is having a tough time: https://www.gofundme.com/f/ed-fromohio-firehose-crawford-needs-our-help
  7. Linking threads, wasn't that the top selling album of all time at Other Music?
  8. Oh I am sure the intimidation was as much about me as it was them. The time I went in I was rushed and I couldn't quite figure out how things were sorted and wasn't sure what I was looking for. I spent a lot of time in that neighborhood from '86 to '88 and had it been around then I am sure I would have been a regular.
  9. Ha! I watched it last night and really liked it. I only went in there once and found it somewhat intimidating. Oddly, the documentary doesn't mention (unless I missed it) that Josh Madell, one of the owners, was the drummer for Antietam for many years.
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