Posts Tagged ‘Music

song of the day: “Take a Little Rhythm”


I actually heard this on the radio today (87.7 MeTV radio, to be exact), during a drive.  heard the lyrics and it seemed fitting. unrelated, but another one of my all time favorites, that also has a story behind it, for me anyways… “I can feel something pounding in my brain” (yeah, me too) I […]

Song of the Night: “Pushin’ Too Hard,” The Seeds


First off, I apologize for the poor audio quality.  all I can get from YouTube.  I want to showcase some of my favorite songs to you guys, my followers and the void, but I also feel I am doing you a disservice, as you only hear this quality, not doing it justice.  but I guess […]

Song of the Day: Handsome Family, “Drunk by Noon”


(I’m a happy person.)   …my blog link to the f*** Trump songs… just a thought to myself, I never did get all the way down the list, and maybe it might perversely perk me up?  music’s kinda my thing. I’ve mentioned Franz Ferdinand’s “Demagogue” a million times, only ‘cuz I love that song so […]

Song of the Night: “Live Bed Show”


Pulp – “Live Bed Show”     Related Links: Howson, N. (9/1/14). Media Monday: 16 Comics That Explain Depression, Defying Shadows, (  

Song of the Day: “I’d Love You to Want Me” …and air I breathe theme


Lobo, “I’d Love You to Want Me,” 1972, a single and on Of A Simple Man   and continuing the Hollies: “The Air That I Breathe,” 1974 from catman916 on YouTube: “After hearing Phil Everly’s fine version of “The Air That I Breathe” written by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, the Hollies recorded the definitive […]

Song of the Day: “Carrie Anne”


The Hollies, “Carrie Anne,” (1967)

music break


I wish I could say, to myself namely, enough of politics already.  It’s a bad hobby to have, if you can call it that. ok, so… The current songs floating through my head include Jackie DeShannon’s “When You Walk in the Room,” and the über catchy “In the Year 2525” (by Zager & Evans). food […]

Odd Instruments


This never fails to amaze me.  (The song is “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” by Bach. recognizable to probably anyone who’s played a wedding, or maybe even attended a wedding.  Up there with the dreaded Pachebel.  Although this Pachebel rant is great  – especially if you’re a cellist.) Let’s see, how should I proceed?  Perhaps […]