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The classic Jefferson Airplane song featuring Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia

Garcia features prominently. The post The classic Jefferson Airplane song featuring Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia first appeared on Far Out Magazine. Source: https://faroutmagazine.co.uk/the-jefferson-airplane-song-grateful-dead-jerry-garcia/ Indie Brew…

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That time Benjamin Franklin published a book on DIY abortions

If you are at all engaged in the abortion debate, you’re already aware that every anti-choice argument is inherently hollow. Even if the person making…

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Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob’s time in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is being flooded with lore about organized crime after a second set of human remains emerged within a week from the depths of…

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Color footage of NYC from 1916 (filmed using Kinemacolor technology)

Kinemacolor was the first commercially successful color motion picture process. George Albert Smith invented it in 1906, and it was used from 1908 to 1914….

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Vintage documentary about the Mermaids of Weeki Wachi, Florida (1961)

Enjoy this vintage (1961) documentary about the Mermaids of Weeki Wachee, a tourist attraction in Florida that has existed from 1947 to present times. The…

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15 of Rock’s Most Famous Groupies

Whether you view them as muses, super-fans or simply wild floozies, rock history wouldn’t be the same without these women. Continue reading… Source: https://ultimateclassicrock.com/rock-groupies/ Indie…

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Largest US cave figures, about 1,000 years old, discovered in Alabama

Cave in northern Alabama home to carvings that experts say were probably made during the Woodland period The largest cave figures in North America have…

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Grateful Dead’s Europe ‘72 Tour 50th Anniversary: May 3 – Paris, France

In April 1972, the Grateful Dead embarked on their now-legendary Europe ’72 Tour. The band performed 22 times between April 7 and May 26, resulting…

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The Sound Of Fury (1968) was a high school psychedelic band with a fantastic sound

The Sound Of Fury was a high school psychedelic band from LaSalle-Peru, Illinois. Here’s their groovy song I Don’t Need You from 1968. This is…

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Today is the 55th anniversary of Aretha Franklin’s “Respect”

To quote two of the most revered poets of our modern era, Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J of the Insane Clown Posse, “music is all…

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Mexico ‘crime scene’ skulls turn out to be from 900 AD

When Mexican police found a pile of about 150 skulls in a cave in 2012, they thought they were looking at a crime scene. Source:…

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Porsche Built A Hybrid In 1900 That You’ve Probably Never Seen

Back in the year 1900, Porsche build a hybrid electric and gasoline vehicle so ahead of its time that it’s taken over 100 years for…

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Vintage Earth Day TV Ads, Ranked

It’s been over 50 years since the first Earth Day, and boy, we really solved all those problems, huh? Read more… Source: https://gizmodo.com/vintage-earth-day-tv-ads-ranked-1848824590 Indie Brew…

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How 1971’s Nissan EV4 Was Way Ahead Of Its Time

Nissan made a pair of electric vehicles in the 1970s that were far ahead of their time, bringing a vision of what was to come…

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What happened the day Jackie Robinson made his major-jeague debut

Jackie Robinson Day honors the first Black player in modern baseball to take the field. On Opening Day 75 years ago, Jackie Robinson’s debut made…

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For Atari, preservation isn’t just about saving old games

Video game preservation is much more complicated than porting old games to modern consoles according to Atari. Source: https://www.digitaltrends.com/gaming/atari-game-preservation-efforts/ Proactive Computing found this story and…

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What Peter Gabriel Said Backstage After Final Genesis Show

Nic Collins discusses the first time he met the band’s former frontman. Continue reading… Source: https://ultimateclassicrock.com/peter-gabriel-backstage-final-genesis-show/ Indie Brew found this story and shared it with…

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Rare footage discovered of Prince, 11, at 1970 Minneapolis teachers’ strike

CBS News affiliate WCCO uncovers archive material of school-age Prince being interviewed as teachers picket in the background Archival footage has been found of the…

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Genesis Performs Final Concert, Peter Gabriel In Attendance

Genesis ended an illustrious 55-year career on Saturday night with one final concert at London’s the O2 Arena. Current frontman Phil Collins acknowledged the historic…

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U2 Took Over Downtown L.A. for ‘Where The Streets Have No Name’

Clip for ‘Joshua Tree’ track was inspired by Beatles’ final rooftop performance from ‘Let It Be.’ Continue reading… Source: https://ultimateclassicrock.com/u2-where-the-streets-have-no-name-video/ Indie Brew found this story…

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9 Enduring Myths About American History (and What We Can Learn From Them)

What is the United States anyway? Sure, it’s a nation made up of 50 states that covers a good deal of a continent. But as…

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Largest Meat-Eating Dino Was a True Swimmer and Had the Dense Bones to Prove It

Spinosaurids—the largest carnivorous dinosaurs to have ever lived—hunted for prey while fully submerged in water, according to an innovative new study that considered the bone…

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