Tag Archives: the beatles
Songs about time machines. Sounds like a pretty good idea, right? Er, OK. How about songs about time machines AND 5 new entries on this week’s “Top 9 at 9:09?” OK. How about adding a rare The Doors song from … Continue reading
“Revolutions” by The Liquid Scene is a special album. This is Day 4 of my “New Rotations: Albums” list! These are albums that are still in my listening rotation beyond what I would consider to be a normal run on … Continue reading
Pretty strange description, eh? I’ll sort it all out on my yearly “older” “Theme Attic” with Phil Maq, Wednesday morning, 10AM-12PM ET!!! Songs by artists will include Pink Floyd, Part Time Lover, Royal Wood, The Beatles, Giles Hayter and Diane … Continue reading
That’s a pretty bold statement! To some who follow and appreciate both, it may even be blasphemous. How can you compare the likes of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr—all of whom were musicians and played their … Continue reading
“Today’s “Mid Day Theme Attic” with Phil Maq from 2PM-4PM ET, (Right after “Afternoon Jazz” with Mr. Jags from 12 Noon-2PM ET!), will feature a set of songs that go against the grain: songs that end before the song is … Continue reading
Bessie Smith, Kenan Thompson, Jay Pharoah, Sasheer Zamata, The Polish Muslims, Ken Nicol and Mary Drake Supply Some Video Fun!!
The newest member of my Hall of Fame is a female blues pioneer who had a major influence on many female performers–Janis Joplin, in particular. She died in 1937, but here is a rare film performance of Bessie Smith singing … Continue reading
The Beatles, Nora Jane Struthers, and Meryl Davis and Charlie White With “Gold Medal” Performances!!!
The Winter Olympics are on and I thought it would be fun to check out this song and accompanying video of The Beatles doing Back in the USSR: What a gold medal performance by Detroit area ice dancers Meryl Davis … Continue reading
It’s finally here! Fifty years ago the United States, and since the U.S. considers itself the center of the universe, the world was visually introduced to The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. Seventy-three million people were exposed to what … Continue reading
Awards season has started, and it’s time for me to share my picks, beginning with the Best Albums of 2013. I’ve sifted through the piles, the files and the vinyl to find the very best I’ve heard in the last … Continue reading
The first new track from Paul McCartney’s next album, “New,” has just been made available. The album is set for release in the UK on October 14th and the U.S. October 15th. Sounds very “Beatleish!”