Tag: Sunday with George

Sunday Tuesday George is out of control

Who does George think he is, changing the date of his weekly post around all the time. Classy Cassie and I were discussing today the boulder rolling down a hill that is George right now. George’s assent into blog stardom started with his extremely well written and often emotionally charged ‘Sunday With George’ reviews, hence

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Sunday with George: Between the Buried and Me- The Great Misdirect

Back in 2009ish, (before they were our monolithic corporate overlord), Amazon used to do something kind of cool on their website. Once a week, on their digital music page, they’d have a, “deal,” that saw them offer a digital download of a new or classic album, at a bargain price— somewhere between $1.99 and $4.99.

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Sunday With George: Coheed and Cambria- The Afterman: Descension

I had two introductions to Coheed and Cambria’s music— 3 years apart from each other. My first introduction was in 2009. Partly by chance, “The Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth,” made its presence known to me. I was pretty much head over heels, though I didn’t do anything about it. There have

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Sunday with George: Stevie Wonder- Fulfillingness’ First Finale

“Fulfilliness’ First Finale”, is a piece of art. Featuring only 10 songs, with six of them ranking amongst Stevie Wonder’s absolute best, it’s my favorite album from what people call his, “genius,” period, and it features perhaps the first song to move me to tears in my adult life. The album came into my life

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Sunday with George: Moses Sumney- græ

Objectively, I’m not sure if you could describe this as a, “happy”, album. That said, Mr. Sumney doesn’t necessarily traffic in that— his last album was called, “aromanticism”, after all. Though these song may not be happy, I expect listeners would be hard pressed to describe them as anything but beautiful. Though sad, they also

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