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When The Bleep Hits The Fan | “Data’s Distant Relatives”? | Magazine | Neil | Joni | Kate

by admin - February 27th, 2006.
Filed under: music, neil young, todd rundgren.

How much longer can YouTube get away with it?
A disturbingly skinny Todd Rundgren and 1974-model Utopia power sextet lay down some blurry mathrock.
Kraftwerk on Top Of The Pops in 1975.
Magazine from 1978.
Neil Young on SNL in 1989.
1983. Time for a jetlagged Free Man In Paris, a lumbering Song For Sharon, a revelatory God Must Be A Boogie Man, more. With bassist and then-hubby Larry Klein.
Kate Bush meets….Dr. Hook? Make sure to fast-forward to the ultra-rare “Delius.” Can’t decide if she’s twee, precious, or bonkers. We’ll have to call it a draw.
I don’t hear a single, clumsy narrative, amateurish, it’s too artrock, that dude is NOT believable as her boyfriend, and what’s with this victim look? It’s so 1997.
Oh- wait, this validates it all, somehow.

1 Response to When The Bleep Hits The Fan | “Data’s Distant Relatives”? | Magazine | Neil | Joni | Kate

  1. wow.
    i feel old.

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