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  1. The Most Gorgeous Makeup For Green EyesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Huffington Post

    Whether wearing bold eyeshadow colors or vibrant liquid liners, stars like Rihanna , Emma Stone and Kristen Stewart always leave us mesmerized with their makeup for green eyes, proving that they know exactly how to play up this gorgeous eye color. There are generally three common shades of green eyes, according to Sephora Pro makeup artist Amy Suchma .

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  2. Buddy Guy, 78, burns down Keswick Theatre once againRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Philly.com

    When gritty blues guitar god Buddy Guy sings "74 Years Young," about chasing women and leaving tracks, he's not whistling in the dark. He's a bad man, whether singing of mad carnal bliss or playing wild, passionate, superfast licks.

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  3. Lost Jack Bruce Tapes VII: 'I Don't Want An Epitaph, Just Some Good Last Words'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    ... the mist with ice axes, the whole bit. And there was us, wearing pink boots [laughs]. They said, "Oh my God, it's the Cream!" and we had to sign autographs [on the mountain]. Late bassist Jack Bruce says this famous cover for Cream's 1967 Disraeli ...

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  4. The Art of VinylRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Advocate

    Advocate staff photo by ROBIN MILLER -- The Atomic Pop Shop included the album cover for The Rolling Stones' 1971 album, "Sticky Fingers," in "The Art of Vinyl" at the Gallery at the Manship Theatre. Andy Warhol designed the cover with an actual zipper in the fly.

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  5. Lost Jack Bruce Tapes VI: Cream's Sound Fiasco, More Band TensionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Forbes.com

    ... for high quality sound. (Courtesy of Angelfire) JC: Earlier we discussed how hard it was to get good live sound in the Cream days. When did you catch on about monitoring and PA systems? JB: When I was in San Francisco hanging out with Owsley Stanley ...

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  6. Fender: 'Special Series' Standard Stratocaster [Reviews]Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | Ultimate-guitar.com

    The guitar is a little piece of Fender's history but more importantly, it is a joy to play and not a museum piece! For the benefit of those unfamiliar with the model, here is a little background information: During the first year of Korean production in 1987, in addition to Squier branded guitars the Young Chang factory was also commissioned to build a special run of " Fender " branded Stratocasters . These were marketed as the Fender "Special Series" Standard Stratocaster and were more expensive than their Squier counterparts.

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  7. Jack Bruce Lost Cream Tapes (V): 'We looked down on Jagger, Richards, Zeppelin'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Forbes.com

    I write about extreme adventure and those who do it. I've bobsledded with the Olympic team; piloted a super-boat at 140 mph; flown to 85,000 feet at Mach 2.6 in a MiG; skied to the South Pole and swam at the North Pole; climbed the Matterhorn; driven the Bugatti Veyron at 253 mph; taken a .38 shot wearing a bulletproof fashion jacket ; gone bull-fighting ; figure-skated with Olympian Sasha Cohen .

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  8. Two albums to listen to: The origins of a "god" and an album of rhyme and reasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Daily Texan

    Editor's note: In this recurring column, music writer Chris Duncan suggests two albums to listen to this week. Have a suggestion? Send a tweet to @chr_dunc, and your pick might appear in next week's article.

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  9. Jack Bruce Lost Tapes IV: 'White Room Was My Favorite Cream Song'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Forbes.com

    I write about extreme adventure and those who do it. I've bobsledded with the Olympic team; piloted a super-boat at 140 mph; flown to 85,000 feet at Mach 2.6 in a MiG; skied to the South Pole and swam at the North Pole; climbed the Matterhorn; driven the Bugatti Veyron at 253 mph; taken a .38 shot wearing a bulletproof fashion jacket ; gone bull-fighting ; figure-skated with Olympian Sasha Cohen .

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  10. 10 Essential Willie Dixon Covers - VideoRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Guitar World

    Although you probably won't see too many "100 Years of Willie Dixon" celebrations online today, we felt we needed to say something about this incredibly important figure in Chicago blues and rock history. Dixon, who-as we've implied above-was born July 1, 1915, was primarily a bassist and singer , but a bassist and singer who happened to write hundreds of incredible, often dark and eerie songs, several of which found their way into the catalogs of the biggest blues and rock artists of the Sixties, Seventies, Eighties and beyond.

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  11. Understanding Emily's D+EvolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2015 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    An FYI for all the Esperanza Spalding fans out there: While the Grammy-winning jazz bassist and vocalist is crisscrossing the nation on her latest tour - which is slated to make a stop in Atlanta on July 3 - she's not really on tour. I mean, yes, Spalding has, of late, been appearing at venues from coast to coast playing music, but she's not doing it as the artist you've come to know on such albums as Junjo and Radio Music Society .

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  12. Now Hear This: Yes' Chris Squire Dies; New Music From Senses Fail, Cream, and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Unicorn Booty

    Sad news to start with this week: Yes' bassist Chris Squire passed away this Sunday from leukemia. Squire was a founding member of the band - best known for their song "Owner of a Lonely Heart" - and the only member of the group to appear on every Yes album.

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  13. The last 30 years of Eric Clapton's career: TurgidRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Stuff.co.nz

    ... under a decade ago, as work this time, a job, an assignment, and it was still pretty good. Because he favoured the Cream/Dominos material; it was Clapton looking back. You go to see his live show to hear the old hits. There was a time when I would ...

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  14. Lost Jack Bruce Tapes, Part II: 'Eric Clapton Was Fashion Conscious'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Forbes.com

    I write about extreme adventure and those who do it. I've bobsledded with the Olympic team; piloted a super-boat at 140 mph; flown to 85,000 feet at Mach 2.6 in a MiG; skied to the South Pole and swam at the North Pole; climbed the Matterhorn; driven the Bugatti Veyron at 253 mph; taken a .38 shot wearing a bulletproof fashion jacket ; gone bull-fighting ; figure-skated with Olympian Sasha Cohen .

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  15. Transformative Yes bassist Chris Squire helped redefine the instrumentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Bangor Daily News

    Some might be half of incredible rhythm sections , or great singers , or incredible songwriters in their own right . But those who play that four-string thang must face it: Bass players often stand in the back playing the root or the fifth and, particularly in recordings from the first three quarters of the 20th century, are pretty hard to hear.

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  16. Yes Bassist Talks 'Fulfilling Experience' of Recording 'Fly From Here'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Billboard

    There are specific sonic and stylistic totems that are hallmarks of progressive rock: lengthy songs, intricate arrangements, flashy musicianship, trippy cover art. The Yes co-founder - who passed away Sunday from leukemia at the age of 67 - was a vital pioneer in one of rock's most ardently debated and controversial sub-genres.

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  17. Lost Jack Bruce Tapes: Sunshine Of Your Love, Drugs, Ginger BakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Forbes.com

    I write about extreme adventure and those who do it. I've bobsledded with the Olympic team; piloted a super-boat at 140 mph; flown to 85,000 feet at Mach 2.6 in a MiG; skied to the South Pole and swam at the North Pole; climbed the Matterhorn; driven the Bugatti Veyron at 253 mph; taken a .38 shot wearing a bulletproof fashion jacket ; gone bull-fighting ; figure-skated with Olympian Sasha Cohen .

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  18. Hear Delta Spirit's Crashing Cover of Cream's 'I Feel Free'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Spin

    Delta Spirit , an indie-rock five-piece project with members scattered between Brooklyn, Austin and Los Angeles, have announced a Deluxe Edition of their 2014 album, Into the Wide. In anticipation, they've shared a new track from the release, a cover of the classic Cream cut "I Feel Free."

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  19. Tonight's Concert Picks: Little Strike at The Fire, Ginger Baker at HavanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    Experimental Philly musician Little Strike returns from tour today and plays a sort of homecoming show tonight at The Fire. The project of singer-composer Tamar Dart has is lush and psychedelic, at times recalling Portishead and Purity Ring.

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  20. Starmaker honoured by the folks back homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | NEWS.com.au

    THE nation's female political elite have dug deep to donate some of their clothes to a group that helps outfit vulnerable women for job interviews. IT is still six months' away and already retailers are predicting the hot gift of Christmas 2015.

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