Review #129: The Wall, Pink Floyd

#129: The Wall, Pink Floyd

You may have noticed that since my epic road trip ended, there’s less of a narrative to these reviews. I took fewer notes after that. And there’s something about driving that makes music so much more memorable.

To combat the loss of my handy plot device, I listened frantically to 78 new entries over the month of January, not counting the ones I was…

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Writer, fake music fan.

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