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- Posted on May 14th 2012 6:37PM by Theo Spielberg
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Turns out Sir Paul McCartney is just as noble as his knighthood would suggest. The ex-Beatle saved producer-extraordinaire Mark Ronson from drowning in the Long Island Sound when Ronson was just a child.
Apparently Ronson, who was too young to remember and heard the story from his mother, wasn't entirely convinced the tale was true. "That sounded like one of my mum's crazy stories," Ronson told Britains Live Magazine.
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Cotchford Farm, a piece of property that has historical significance for fans of both morbid rock 'n' roll deaths and Tigger's honey-obsessed best friend, is for sale.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Cotchford Farm was put on the market last week for £2 million ($3,220,000 US). The home, located in East Sussex, England, is perhaps best known as the site of Rolling Stones' guitarist Brian Jones' death in July 1969, where he was found in the swimming pool. Prior to Jones owning the property it was the home of author A.A. Milne, who wrote the Winnie the Pooh books.
Two things about Cary Brothers: First of all, Cary Brothers is one person, not a family unit as one might suppose. Secondly, he is one of the last people we'd expect to cover to cover INXS.
But the guy pulls it off. With an able backing band behind him, Brothers delivers a fuzzed-out and guitarified cover while keeping the original's lovelorn, plaintive heart.
Minneapolis rapper and producer Ecid has always done things his own way. Cultivating a strong DIY personality, Ecid has self-booked, self-released and self-made everything he does. With his new record, Werewolf Hologram, Ecid tried a new approach to take his game to the next level.
"So during the making of this record I quit drinking and made a goal to not have a drop until I got a manager or booking agent," Ecid tells Spinner. "Along with that I started doing yoga, which changed my life."
"I want to see your eyes, but your eyes do not see any more." -- Soren Lokke Juul aka Indians