I’m working on a series about an Important Artist You Will Know. But while I’m researching that, I will play DJ here and spin three tunes for, as usual, your dining and dancing pleasure. You will wind up banging your head but first I’ll lure … Continue reading Tres Songs
I found a station on SiriusXM called Soul Town and it was a welcome break from my usual rock/blues/jazz fixation. One thing led to another and I eventually heard these guys. And I said, oh yeah. Long overdue for a post. I’ll provide a little … Continue reading A Six-Pack of Earth, Wind & Fire – Yow!
Your love is fading, I can feel your love fading Girl, it’s fading away from me Cause your touch, your touch has grown cold As if someone else controls your very soul I’ve fooled myself long as I can Can feel the presence of another … Continue reading One Song/Three Versions – (I Know) I’m Losing You
From a Newsweek profile on Prince in 2004 (during a pre-show soundcheck): “The 5-foot-2 singer adjusts the long poet sleeves of his with blouse, strokes his goatee, fidgets with his diamond-encrusted pendant and taps his platform heel on the concrete of this sports arena in … Continue reading A Six-Pack of Prince
As reported earlier, a while back I did a “blogger’s playlist” wherein I requested and compiled a playlist o’ tunes from anybody who wanted to play. We had so much fun with this I decided to do a Volume 2. This one’s got 40 tunes … Continue reading Bowie to Beck – The Blogger’s Playlist (vol. 2) Revealed
Wikipedia: Leonard Albert Kravitz (born May 26, 1964) is a Bahamian-American singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer. His “retro” style incorporates elements of rock, blues, soul, R&B, funk, jazz, reggae, hard rock, psychedelic, pop, folk, and ballads. In addition to singing lead and backing vocals, Kravitz often plays all of the instruments himself when recording. Kravitz was born in New … Continue reading A Six-Pack of Lenny Kravitz
WordPress advises me that this is my 500th post. Thanks to all who visited this blog in 2018 and especially to those who commented frequently. Here’s to a great 2019. His shit was the most exciting music I was hearing in 1982. – Miles Davis … Continue reading Happy New Year 2019