December 19, 2009

Ok, so I was feeling a little melancholy this evening. Sue me. I wanted to post something that took me back to a certain place in time and this version of "Hello It's Me" from 1973 fit the bill.

Todd Rundgren is a unique and underrated artist. His work with Nazz and Utopia was good, but I always preferred his solo work. I enjoy listening to all kinds of music, but have found myself in a 70's, mellow mode as of late. Maybe it's the holidays?

Rocking the house over at our sister site Newstalgia this weekend are

Midnight Oil, Live at Glastonbury, 1993,

and The Charlatans, Live at Birmingham Academy, 2001.

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