I got this in the email today:
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The funny thing is that although they deleted the post, Google left it cached by their own search engine. Why they deleted it remains beyond sense – none of the downloads have worked for two years, or at least since Ezarchive tanked. See for yourself:
Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood – Summer Wine
This one always has me imagining an opulent outdoor dinner on a long wooden table, at dusk, in some lost Sergio Leone western, There’s a Dando cover that’s pretty good, only have it on vinyl.
Clientele – Summer Crowds in Europe
Movietone – Summer
Beyond downtempo; a more serious project of those members of the excellent Crescent.
Lead Belly – In Dem Long Hot Summer Days
And you can bet your ass they were hotter back then.
The Vandals – Summer Lovin’
Yes ladies, it’s that song from Grease.
Aloha – Summer Lawn
Prog rock intentions thus far lead happily to the Zombies.
Jens Lekman — A Sweet Summer’s Night on Hammer Hill
The dour Swede is a recent favorite of the 1.5 year old in my apartment.
Please enjoy the longest day of the year — or the shortest night, depending on when you burn your fuel.