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We should have known just how bad this winter was going to be with the first winter storm of January, Hercules. Here, the very funny–and very cute, Ali Spagnola gives her slightly warped take on “I’m Hooking Up With Winter … Continue reading
Joanie Leeds and The Nightlights, Hey Ocean, Skinny Lister, and Thorcraft Cobra With Some of the Best Songs of 2013!!!
I know I’ve posted this video before, but “Falling” by Joanie Leeds and The Nightlights is one of my favorite songs of the year!!!! Be My Baby by The Ronettes is a classic GSER. Ashleigh Ball, David Beckingham, and David … Continue reading
Savoy Brown [Hall of Fame] is still doing what they do best: playing the blues! Here’s the band in 2011 jamming on one of their classics, “I’m Tired”: A really nice showcase of Earthwork musicians took place last Wednesday night, … Continue reading
Deep Purple, Joanie Leeds & The Nightlights, and Lindsay lou and Joshua Rilko Give Autumn (And Halloween) Some Great Music!
This video suggestion was sent to me by Facebook Friend, Bill, and it’s a GREAT one! Deep Purple at their campiest on “Vincent Price.” Love it! Another fun video from Joanie Leeds and The Nightlights that’s on their “Bandwagon” album. … Continue reading
I pretty much haven’t found a Yes song I haven’t liked! Here is a really good performance of one of their classics, “Machine Messiah”: Stretching things out today, musically, is a “classical” composer, Mark Van Overmeire, and The Bulgarian Symphony … Continue reading
One of the funniest characters in the Warner Bros. animated archives is Marvin the Martian. Here’s a clip of Marvin at his best: A cartoon that I didn’t mind watching when it was on was Felix the Cat. Outer space … Continue reading
He was originally advertised for his first tour as “You’ll never see anyone play the guitar in more positions!” For once, the hype turned out to be true. That was how he was introduced in the U.S. and the commercials … Continue reading
One of my favorite acts growing up was Carpenters. (Yes, that is what they wanted to be known as. Not “The” Carpenters.” Check their logo.) I was into much wilder stuff. But then I saw Karen Carpenter sitting at her … Continue reading
Two of my favorite songs about peace are by artists who either wrote or performed them first before they became well known by other artists. First up is Nanci Griffith. Bette Midler had a monster hit with Julie Gold’s “From … Continue reading