Friday’s Leftovers

Congrats, folks, you’ve made it through the first full work week in what seems like months. And if you’re lucky like me you have off on Monday for Martin Luther King’s birthday: I love that guy. To keep you occupied, here are Friday’s Leftovers:

  • Turn Up The Good delivers us an mp3 of Pearl Jam’s version of Love Reign O’er Me
  • Joseph Vala shares a fine gallery of photos from moe.’s New Year’s Eve concert at Radio City Music Hall
  • And JamBase features a Flaming Lips photo gallery by Jay Blakesberg
  • I found this most overlooked albums of 2006 list to be very interesting
  • Continuing the recent and disheartening trend, Darien Lake Theme Park and Amphitheater has been sold by Six Flags
  • Mother Vinegar, a band poised for a big year in 2007, visits the midwest this weekend
  • Sammy Hagar hopes the Van Halen brothers will take the high road at their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction (Good luck with that)
  • In a move that has implications for our world of music downloading, the MPAA has started uploading fake torrents…careful, lads
  • Neddy reviews the recent The Fiery Furnaces/Emergency show at Northsix
  • What’s the connection between Borat and The Wetlands? Double J Jesse Jarnow tells us it’s all about a woman
  • Spence D does a good job of listing the top ten songs about trains
  • Keller Williams sits-in live on Sirius Jam-On Radio at 2pm today
  • A video of Gov’t Mule‘s recent performance on the Conan O’Brien Show
  • Check out this great soundboard recording of Yonder Mountain String Band’s Webster Hall show from October

What are you up to this weekend? Inquiring minds want to know. Kinda…

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