Sting Talks About Tantric Sex

During a recent appearance on Inside the Actors Studio, Sting explained his affinity for tantric sex. "The idea of tantric sex is a spiritual act," he told host James Lipton. "I don't know any purer and better way of expressing a love for another individual than sharing that wonderful, I call it, 'sacrament.' I would stand by it."

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Sting Talks About Tantric Sex

During a recent appearance on Inside the Actors Studio, Sting explained his affinity for tantric sex. "The idea of tantric sex is a spiritual act," he told host James Lipton. "I don't know any purer and better way of expressing a love for another individual than sharing that wonderful, I call it, 'sacrament.' I would stand by it."

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Led Zeppelin Release Alternative Version Of 'Stairway To Heaven'

Led Zeppelin have released a new mix of "Stairway to Heaven," another cut from the band's upcoming remastered edition of IV. The cut follows "Rock and Roll," which was teased earlier this month. The new version of "Stairway" emphasizes Jimmy Page's guitar at the expense of John Bonham's drumming and John Paul Jones' recorder.

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Led Zeppelin Release Alternative Version Of 'Stairway To Heaven'

Led Zeppelin have released a new mix of "Stairway to Heaven," another cut from the band's upcoming remastered edition of IV. The cut follows "Rock and Roll," which was teased earlier this month. The new version of "Stairway" emphasizes Jimmy Page's guitar at the expense of John Bonham's drumming and John Paul Jones' recorder.

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George Harrison's Childhood Home Sold For $250,000 At Auction

The childhood home of George Harrison sold for over $250,000 at auction, a great deal more than realtors' initial estimates. "We are delighted for our client and the new buyers of 25 Upton Green, who have purchased such a unique property," said Stephen Giddins, the regional sales director of Merseyside-based selling agent Entwistle Green.

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George Harrison's Childhood Home Sold For $250,000 At Auction

The childhood home of George Harrison sold for over $250,000 at auction, a great deal more than realtors' initial estimates. "We are delighted for our client and the new buyers of 25 Upton Green, who have purchased such a unique property," said Stephen Giddins, the regional sales director of Merseyside-based selling agent Entwistle Green.

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Bob Seger And Jason Aldean Team Up For CMT Crossroads

Bob Seger is set to team up with Jason Aldean for an upcoming episode of CMT Crossroads, the program that sees country artists teaming up with rock and pop acts to cover one another's songs in front of a studio audience. The show tapes for an invite only audience in Franklin, Tennessee on October 28. It airs November 28 at 10 PM EST on CMT.

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Bob Seger And Jason Aldean Team Up For CMT Crossroads

Bob Seger is set to team up with Jason Aldean for an upcoming episode of CMT Crossroads, the program that sees country artists teaming up with rock and pop acts to cover one another's songs in front of a studio audience. The show tapes for an invite only audience in Franklin, Tennessee on October 28. It airs November 28 at 10 PM EST on CMT.

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Ozzy Osbourne Open To Black Sabbath Reunion With Bill Ward

Ozzy Osbourne says that he'd be open to bringing back Black Sabbath's original drummer Bill Ward. Speaking with Esquire, Oz added the stipulation that Bill has "to get his stuff together." "I hope Bill Ward can get his stuff together to do this, because one of the biggest things I'm proud of in my life was that Black Sabbath wasn't a band that was created by some business."

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Ozzy Osbourne Open To Black Sabbath Reunion With Bill Ward

Ozzy Osbourne says that he'd be open to bringing back Black Sabbath's original drummer Bill Ward. Speaking with Esquire, Oz added the stipulation that Bill has "to get his stuff together." "I hope Bill Ward can get his stuff together to do this, because one of the biggest things I'm proud of in my life was that Black Sabbath wasn't a band that was created by some business."

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Neil Young Set For First Art Exhibition In California

Neil Young will hold his first ever art exhibition next month in California. Young will be showing a selection of his watercolors at Special Deluxe, which takes place at the Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica, California on November 3. Young will be present at the opening. The show itself runs through the end of the month.

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Neil Young Set For First Art Exhibition In California

Neil Young will hold his first ever art exhibition next month in California. Young will be showing a selection of his watercolors at Special Deluxe, which takes place at the Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica, California on November 3. Young will be present at the opening. The show itself runs through the end of the month.

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Pink Floyd's The Endless River Would Be 'Fun To Play Live,' Says Mason

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason says that, while it would be fun to play the band's new album the Endless River live, a future tour probably won't happen. "It would be fun to play live, but it doesn't actually lend itself to a proper tour," Mason told Gigwise.

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Pink Floyd's The Endless River Would Be 'Fun To Play Live,' Says Mason

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason says that, while it would be fun to play the band's new album the Endless River live, a future tour probably won't happen. "It would be fun to play live, but it doesn't actually lend itself to a proper tour," Mason told Gigwise.

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New Species Of Tarantula Discovered, Named After John Lennon

A new species of tarantula has been named after John Lennon. The species was discovered in Brazil's Western Amazonia region by a research team and named Bumba lennoni after the famous Beatle by the team's researchers Fernando Perez-Miles, Alexandre Bonaldo, and Laura Miglio, who all found out they were passionate fans of the Beatles.

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New Species Of Tarantula Discovered, Named After John Lennon

A new species of tarantula has been named after John Lennon. The species was discovered in Brazil's Western Amazonia region by a research team and named Bumba lennoni after the famous Beatle by the team's researchers Fernando Perez-Miles, Alexandre Bonaldo, and Laura Miglio, who all found out they were passionate fans of the Beatles.

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Cream To Release Massive Vinyl Box Set In November

Cream's entire studio catalog will soon see a reissue on vinyl thanks to the Cream 1966-1972 set - a new six-LP box that collects the band's live and studio output. The box set collects all four of the band's studio albums along with two live offerings. It will be released on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl and comes in a rigid slipcase.

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Cream To Release Massive Vinyl Box Set In November

Cream's entire studio catalog will soon see a reissue on vinyl thanks to the Cream 1966-1972 set - a new six-LP box that collects the band's live and studio output. The box set collects all four of the band's studio albums along with two live offerings. It will be released on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl and comes in a rigid slipcase.

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