Paula Cole’s American Quilt

As with the making of any good quilt (not that I would know, I took sewing in high school and was so bad at it the teacher had me clipping her grocery coupons instead), there’s a little of this and a little of that thrown in, and that’s exactly what Paula Cole’s American Quilt is…

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Taylor Swift’s Folklore

On Black Friday some people decide to become early holiday gift getters, others are bargain shoppers, and some become so overcome with the holiday spirit that they morph into mall tight-ends who will tackle a 90 year old grandmother to score the most desired toy of the holiday season for their even more obnoxious brats…

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Paula Cole’s Revolution

I’ve done a bunch of Paula Cole posts. When I reviewed her album 7 I talked about how I first discovered her, how good she is live on This Bright Red Feeling, and how she helped propose to my partner when I blogged about Ballads. Now her new album Revolution is out and it’s the…

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TV DILFs For $100, Alex!

Back in May, in honor of Mother’s Day, I did a post about my mom who pretty much raised me solo. My father died when I was eleven, but before that, he wasn’t around much. He was on the road a lot driving tractor trailers (bringing home small trinkets from time to time), moving trucks…

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Paula Cole’s Ballads

I’m a huge Paula Cole fan as I’ve stated from time to time in this blog, from how I first became a fanĀ to her incredible performing style. Paula’s new album Ballads is a personalĀ ode to her first love, American jazz and folk music. In honor of it’s release, I’d also like to take this opportunity…

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Paula Cole’s This Bright Red Feeling

This past weekend my partner and I went to Arundel, Maine to the Vinegar Hill Music Theater to see Paula Cole perform a This Fire 20th anniversary concert. She wasn’t doing a lot of these shows so we wanted to make sure we caught at least one. It was a three hour drive so we…

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Paula Cole’s 7

I discovered Paula Cole when I first heard “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone” back in 1997. After hearing it, I ran out and bought her album This Fire . I loved that album so much that I went back to the store (that’s when there were still record stores) and bought her first album…

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