@3 months ago with 335 notes
I like the comfort in knowing that women are generally superior and naturally less violent than men.
I like the comfort in knowing that women are the only future in rock and roll.
I like the comfort in knowing that the Afro American invented rock and roll yet has only been rewarded or awarded for their accomplishments when conforming to the white mans standards.
I like the comfort in knowing that the Afro American has once again been the only race that has brought a new form of original music to this decade.
@4 months ago with 1 notes and 843 play
#SoundCloud #thesournotes #Rock #“Austin” #“The #“Sournotes”
It’s not just rock n’ roll to some…
And we can’t seem to get enough
It’s not just rock n’ roll because,
you can see what it does
Who can see it for what it was?
Just one sad song to drag you down
And it hurts to know it took me so long
to lose myself like that
Before my years are up and gone
Not everyone can see right in,
but we’re forced to look
from the album LAST LOOKS. ‘Reissue’ LP on yellow vinyl.
Photo by Renate Winter. Design & Hand Screened by Chris Davis.
1. Nothing’s More Contagious Than Evil
2. Hot Pink Flares
3. Big Dreams
4. Hot Here Under The Roof
5. The Moment You Feel It
6. As Crude As Watercolor
7. More Contour
8. Last Looks
9. Particularly Shrill
Mixed by Steve Christensen (Sugar Hill Recording Studios, Houston, TX)
Mastered by Joe LaPorta (The Lodge, NYC)
© Jared Paul Boulanger (BMI)
The release of this album was made possible through the support of a Kickstarter campaign, thank you.