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maxresdefaultDad was a Trumpeter. If Herb Alpert and The Tijuanna Brass didn’t play it, it wasn’t music. So it’s little wonder he called them “Pinky Floyd on the Other Side of the Dark Moon”.

But they were, and always will be, my favorite band. They could move time.

Screw you, Dad. R.I.P.

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  • It’s Friday, time to polka!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yugldxpRDMo

  • FaunaAndFlora
  • Chumbawamba, Britain’s “Anarchist Musical Collective” has been producing some of the most intelligent and vicious social commentary, disguised as punk and pop, for 30 years now. Unfortunately, most Americans only know them from their deliberately commercial song “Tubthumping,” a vicious criticism of Britain’s “sport” culture which has been noth ignorantly and ironically, adopted as an anthem by American sports fans.

    But for those of us who stand against the Oligarchy, there’s not a band out there who expresses our feelings better, and they’ve been doing it for decades. Here’s a taste, telling us what it’s about…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjqHVB3OJcw

  • Here’s another tune from the Chumbas, showing their versatility. A 1604 ballad, first published as a protest against the policies of Parliament relating to the celebration of Christmas. Parliament believed the holiday should be a solemn occasion, and outlawed traditional English Christmas celebrations. American tradition has it that the British band played this tune when Lord Cornwallis surrendered at the Siege of Yorktown (1781).

    It’s got more than a bit of relevance to those who, today, stand against the foolish policies of today’s so-called leaders.

    https://youtu.be/IaGFXiWMkZ8

  • Test

  • OK, just one more from the Chumbas. Another one that’s quite relevant to, and descriptive of, our international political situatuion. “They’re making a tasty meal of all the bosses and bureaucrats.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFge_maVs3U

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    • Mostly a fan of the Barrett/Waters stuff. Never could get into any of the Pink Gilmour tracks.

      • FaunaAndFlora

        I’ve always preferred the Barrett/Waters Floyd too.

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  • Those millenials with their YouTube think they invented it all. But they rarely did…

    https://youtu.be/fLJqwx3OJFw?t=171

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  • I’m not sure how to describe Faun Fables’ music. “post-industrial world-folk math-rock” ?!? In any case, I love it. Here’s a track from their upcoming album…

    https://youtu.be/jSXXCOo539Y

    • FaunaAndFlora

      This is nice. Gonna have to spend more time checking them out.

  • Most people hear Zappa and think to themselves, “Does humor belong in music?” They never have a chance to understand why people, musicians especially, refer to him as one of the greatest composers of the 20th century. Maybe this track will help those who don’t, to understand…

    https://youtu.be/RGQxI0G6mKk

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  • Then, there’s always “The Other Frank”…

    https://youtu.be/jhFpp3jFMk4

  • Having driven it so often, before and after this was released, I’ll always have a soft spot in my heart for this Gordon Lightfoot classic…

    https://youtu.be/ewhM7I9gD4U

    • Dosido3

      OMG. I love Gordy. I used to dream about driving up on a carefree highway to Canada to meet him. I didn’t act on it though, that would have been creepy. :/

      • He’s one of those acts that defines the 70s for me, before I started exploring music for myself, at 10 in 1976.

  • And, if I’m thinking of 70s soft-rock,my thoughts can’t help but drift to the queen of “country rock”…

    https://youtu.be/9iBgTqz_-vY

    • Dosido3

      I’m a huge fan of LR. She is such a passionate advocate of music in everyone’s life. It’s too bad she can no longer sing. She is very frustrated that her health has prevented her from singing. She’s still rambling around SF, though.

  • OK, let’s “harden” things up with one of the finest bands that is a part of SoCal’s current “Hard Rock” revival…. It’s Lo-Pan…

    https://youtu.be/q_0LuH5zaLM

  • And how about a taste of Nerd Wave, from Japan’s “Polysics”

    https://youtu.be/qexi76q63NU

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    • From the “first Roger Waters solo album.” LOL.

  • Dosido3

    So many great songs to take in later. Thanks 17 and Unka!

  • FaunaAndFlora
  • The last decade or so, Mexican Pop music has had an amazing renaissance. Here’ one of my favorite bands from that renaissance, and my favorite song by them. I’m a suckers for a good love song, when it’s pop music. 🙂

    https://youtu.be/bapO8qCaDyk

    • The English translation of the lyrics, for those who want:

      You sweeten my song
      You give it a good taste, in every situation
      Always you

      Who could be better?
      With you the sun rises
      You season my insides, always

      My heart melts
      With just a look
      It’s your kisses, it’s your voice that have my soul crazy for you

      Our love tastes like chocolate
      A chocolate heart that beats
      Our love tastes like chocolate
      Oh oh oh oh oh

      Uuh uh uh uh uh
      uuh uh uh uh uh

      You, You my passion
      Recipe for passion
      Unconditional love, always

      My heart melts
      With just a look
      It’s your kisses, it’s your voice that have my soul crazy for you

      Our love tastes like chocolate
      A chocolate heart that beats
      Our love tastes like chocolate
      Oh oh oh oh oh

      Who hasn’t tasted once and not again
      You’ll see that I make you fly
      Heaven on your palate
      That’s how I want to stay

      Who hasn’t tasted once and not again
      You’ll see that I make you fly
      Heaven on your palate
      That’s how I want to stay, with you

      Our love tastes like chocolate
      A chocolate heart that beats
      Our love tastes like chocolate
      Oh oh oh oh oh

  • FaunaAndFlora

    Flaco Jimenez and Buck Owens ~ Love Me Do

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W89exAF0_s0

    Best version ever. The video’s fun too.

    • FLACO!

      • FaunaAndFlora

        One of my favorite accordion players!

  • How about some more classic punk?

    https://youtu.be/Yns-Yz7bAeI

    • FaunaAndFlora

      Ooh! Good one!

  • Lots of people know their name, sadly, not so many know their fucking awesome music.

    https://youtu.be/wnaX0ePPo5A

    • FaunaAndFlora

      These fellas are one of my favorite bands that came out of that time and place. Excellent selection!

  • The fourth punk/new-wave band I “discovered” in early 77, when by sheerest accident, I found their EP of the same name in a bin, at a local record store, one that really hadn’t discovered punk or new-wave yet. I crushed hard on Poly Styrene for years and years. Also, the first 12″ EP I ever bought!

    https://youtu.be/FYMObdOqcRg

    • FaunaAndFlora

      You’re on a roll tonight, Unka!

  • FaunaAndFlora

    Vivien Goldman ~ Launderette

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v8zxSybWjo

    • Yes! By the early 80s, during and after living in LA, I had totally connected with the Euro division of the punk and new-wave movement. Aided and abetted by KROQ in LA, and Zia Records in Phoenix. I literally wore out my “Private Armies” single. LOL.

      • FaunaAndFlora

        Part of the LA scene, heh? I still love this band. Too bad that they didn’t really have the chance to stretch their wings.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqNJcrmh91o

        • God, I loved those boys. My girlfriend’s older brother was pals with Smear and an early fan of theirs, so I got to hear all kinds of unpublished tacks by them and got to see their last show, at The Starwood, for free.

          • FaunaAndFlora

            Wow. Not sure what to say about that. I’d say “cool”, but that seems kind of wanky considering what happened. That last show must be a powerful memory for you.

          • The 3-1/2 years I spent in LA, from 14-17, were an amazing education and a helluva freeing experience, culturally overall, but definitely musically.

  • Another great accidental find and rare one for the Arizona desert was New Zealand’s Split Enz who were making the most ahead of their time music as far back as 75/76. I managed to get a copy of “Second Thoughts” in 78, though I didn’t see this video until 81, when I was in LA. I have had a love affair with the band ever since…

    https://youtu.be/a4N7d3OIQzg

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    • FaunaAndFlora

      Good evening!

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        Good evening to you as well! 😉

        • FaunaAndFlora

          Told you I’d be back. Please spin a few tunes!

    • Al just doesn’t stop hitting the mark. It’s amazing that he’s been doing it for 36 years, even more amazing, to me, that I’ve been a fan since I first heard him play “Another one rides the bus” on Dr. Demento’s KMET show, right before he released his eponymous first album.

  • FaunaAndFlora

    I’m feeling like some more Buzzcocks…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEBvQaa4azQ

  • A little left-turn, here’s some (slightly) more modern music: funk-jazz, from Stanton Moore. I think maybe this should Internal Exile’s title theme. LOL…

    https://youtu.be/fWpZ3-4fQbc

    • FaunaAndFlora

      You lead. I’ll follow. 🙂

  • We had some nerd-wave earlier. So, how about some Nerd-Rap? 😀

    https://youtu.be/tN12Tg5ttpk

    • FaunaAndFlora

      This is kinda funny.

      • It’s nerds rapping: They never take themselves too serious, even when they’re sounding like it. LOL.

  • FaunaAndFlora

    Colonel Claypool’s Bucket Of Bernie Brains ~ Buckethead

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FeX6Dm8fP8

  • And some serious Afrocentric rap… One of my favorites from the late-80s, 90s. Harambe to the sun!

    https://youtu.be/O3kulxS3xR4

  • FaunaAndFlora

    Gary Clail and On-U Sound System ~ These Things Are Worth Fighting For

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUeRZZdHHIc

    • Sweet. How did I miss this guy? Time for some Discog downloading. 😀

  • FaunaAndFlora

    Bruce Springsteen and Tom Morello covering The Clash…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqRN7N7lH8o

    • I’ve always had a problem with Bruce, since he crossed a bunch of union picket lines, in the 90s. But, classic song and a good rendition.

      • FaunaAndFlora

        I’ve always had a problem with Bruce too, but Tom rules and so did The Clash.

  • While we’re on the 90s, let’s not forget to pay tribute to King Rotten… P.I.L. while started in the 80s, really was EVERYWHERE in the early 90s.

    https://youtu.be/Nv0efmUKP9s

    • FaunaAndFlora

      You are on a roll!

      • I just love this song. It speaks to me like a spirit animal. ROFL.

        • FaunaAndFlora

          It’s been a pleasure to spend some time with you tonight. The reason why we crossed paths is screwed up (the other place that shall not be named) but the fact that we did is a silver lining. 🙂

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    • I’ve always loved how AiC would take what starts out as a seemingly average, enjoyable power-ballad and suddenly take it into this unexpected bizarro musical detour. (see around 1:32 in this track.)

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    • LOL. Never a Cinderella fan. back in the day, I was far too much into the British New Wave of Heavy Metal, so bands like Cinderella were my enemy. I thought of them as “Chick Music”. Nowadays, long sperated from such musical partisanship, I just have no opinion, one way or another. 😀

  • FaunaAndFlora

    The Stranglers ~ Hanging Around

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfmZcD9IRgQ

    • I love the stranglers. Just such “gritty slice of life” music. I have to think, but there’s a handful of bands with that same approach and sound, that I loved to pieces.

      • FaunaAndFlora

        Remember that I said The Buzzcocks are one of my favorite bands to come out of that time and place? The Stranglers are my very favorite.

  • If we’re going to do some Grunge, then I have to contribute my two favorite bands that came out of that scene. First, The mighty Soundgarden…

    https://youtu.be/T0_zzCLLRvE

  • And the second, less well known by the public, but beloved by the Grunge bands themselves, and my absolute favorite band out of the “Seattle Scene”…

    https://youtu.be/iOEllRI_BNg

    • FaunaAndFlora

      Ha! This is cool! Reminds me of some of the punk shows in my neck of the woods back in the day!

      • Tad was definitely the punk blood running through the Grunge scene’s veins

        • FaunaAndFlora

          No doubt about it!

        • FaunaAndFlora

          This is one of the bands that I ran with back in the day.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcvHf8IpxX4

          • Heh. The Crucifucks and The Mentors will always be associated in my mind, because I first heard/saw them both at a 1984(ish) show at The Sun Club, in Tempe. Which was a little one(?)-room adobe railroad-shack and the most intense punk club I ever went to (and that’s a list that includes The Starwood, The Whiskey and Madame Wongs!)

          • Had to have been 85, because the internet tells me that’s when Crucifucks first toured. LOL.

          • FaunaAndFlora

            The internet is wrong. The Crucifucks did their first national tour in 1983 during the Rock Against Reagan Tour with The Dicks and MDC.

          • Christ. I am getting old. 1980-1987 (or so) are just compressed into a blur of music, drugs and education. LOL.

          • FaunaAndFlora

            You and me both.

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    It’s my map…I can go all over it if I want.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxJzUWzbRtU

    • Love me some Dr. Hook. Especially because Uncle Shelby wrote so many tunes for them.

    • FaunaAndFlora
      • kreskin

        I saw these guys way back when , I think it was at Parkers Ball Room / The Aquarius .

        • FaunaAndFlora

          They were goofy and fun. That’s why I still love ’em.

          Good to meet you, Kreskin.

  • And how can I mention the New Wave of British Heavy Metal and not lionize my favorite metal band of all time… Iron Maiden is everything I Idolize about heavy Metal: Mind Shattering Guitar, Amazingly literate lyrics, and an overriding obsession with Scif/Fantasy,

    https://youtu.be/a7LH__BPqSY

  • Speaking of Uncle Shelby. Not quite music, but certainly lyrical. 😀

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohFHsOBuLc4

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    • New to me. Got some appeal to me, another item for the music D/L queue.

  • notisaidthepig
    • FaunaAndFlora

      Greetings, Mr. Pig. Don’t think we’ve been introduced. Good to meet you.

      • notisaidthepig

        Good evening. I’ve seen you around but, you’re right, we haven’t been introduced. There was a bit of a kerfuffle and lots of drama when we all appeared here. Mercifully, that’s over now. At any rate, greetings. It’s a pleasure to make your acquaintance. Oink!

        • FaunaAndFlora

          You say “Oink”, I say “Baah”. 🙂

          • notisaidthepig

            Perfect!

    • Sweet, anotehr band I missed whose sound I love immediately!

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  • kreskin
    • I’e never been able to get into Joni, a few songs, yes, just not in general, but she is an icon and one of the most talented and thoughtful people I’ve seen

    • Chunga

      Joni and this album helped me get laid one nite in college. Went back to a girls apartment to get acquainted and she put this on. I sang the entire album to her from beginning to end. I think she was flabbergast that a man would know it word for word. The lights went out after Twisted and that was that. Listening to any song on the album brings back great memories of her and the times we spent together. Thanks for posting.

  • notisaidthepig
    • Love me some Duckworth Lewis.

      • notisaidthepig

        I’m here for you. Oink!

        • I love the whole group of “beatle-esque” bands that pooped up in recent years. I like that bands finally feel free to make that whole late-era Beatles sound their own, and take it further.

          • notisaidthepig

            I’m a prisoner to that kind of music. Also addicted to the Indie Rock Playlist which is where I first hear most of these songs and bands.

  • kreskin
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    • FaunaAndFlora

      Oooh… Now you’re talking. I love The National.

      • notisaidthepig

        This album really is one of those perfect albums. Not a bad tune in the lot. Still, this is my favorite. Not sure what it says about a pig but there you have it.

    • Another for the D/L Queue. 😀

  • FaunaAndFlora

    Here’s a blast from the past…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHnrkWo1OqY

  • I think this cover of The Asylum Street Spankers’ tune, “Whatever” is just about perfection. Then again, I’m hard-pressed to criticize anything I’ve heard by The Bastard Fairies…

    https://youtu.be/edloQNR6-TQ

  • Speaking of The Spankers…

    https://youtu.be/TAgd6n6BxvI

  • notisaidthepig
    • I so much love Laurie, that I’ve actually followed her around on tour.

      • notisaidthepig

        Music can touch us at a very deep level. The results can surprise us.

        • My favorite track from Strange Angels, though, is “Ramon” It reaches me deeply.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcT1gnXHGv4

          • My favorite lyric from the album is from “Monkey’s Paw” and it’s actually a life-philosophy, for me:

            The gift of life it’s a leap of faith
            It’s a roll of the die
            It’s a free lunch A free ride
            The gift of life it’s a shot in the dark
            It’s the call of the wild
            It’s the big wheel The big ride

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  • While it may seems strange, Doctor Demento, the kind of radio novelty music also was a great music mentor for me. Laurie Anderson, The Resident, Zappa, I heard all of them first on his show. He also made me a connoisseur of 1920s/302 jazz and blues, among many other things, funny and not. Here’s one of my favorite novelty tune from his show…

    https://youtu.be/7g5PWfdrSds

    • notisaidthepig

      Oh, Doctor Demento. You are really bringing me back now.

      • I actually admin the (11k member) “unofficial” Dr. Demento fan page, on Facebook and am personally friends with Barrett, THAT’s how much influence he’s had on my life. LOL.

        • notisaidthepig

          Wow.

          • He’s a great guy and, not surprisingly, a flaming liberal.

          • notisaidthepig

            How do you have the time? You sound like a really busy guy, Unka!

          • I work as little as possible. No, seriously.

        • Oops, now I’ve outed my real name. LMAO.

          • notisaidthepig

            Feel free to edit! I won’t say a word.

          • Naw, I don’t really care. My heart’s on my sleeve, I’m as radical (in both the political and 80s surfer-lingo sense) on my public FB postings, as I am here.

          • notisaidthepig

            Well, I can’t thank you enough for letting us descend on your site after all that unpleasant stuff happened. You’re a peach!

  • FaunaAndFlora

    Brave Combo ~ Do Something Difference

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCRtAwKPrS4

    .

    • Did you know they did a collaboration with Tiny Tim? This, actually is how I even know Brave Combo. LOL.

      https://youtu.be/eL0Xq03eZWw

      /Yes, I even (sorta) play Uke, because of Tiny Tim.

      • kreskin

        Those were the days . LOL

      • FaunaAndFlora

        Yes, I knew about Tiny Tim. I will not hold that against them. ;-

        • Oh, you wound me. Herbert was the greatest. An utterly absurdist performance artist, before mankind had the wisdom to coin such a term.

          https://youtu.be/c71RCAyLS1M

          • FaunaAndFlora

            Notice that I said ‘them’. That includes Tiny Tim. I’ve been thinking of buying a ukelele because it might be simple enough to let me figure out how to jam on the instrument. Always wanted to learn a string instrument. Alas, I learned to play clarinet and saxophone as a child, and the only other instruments I’ve been able to boogie on are accordions.

          • Well, I took up guitar when I was 25 and really, don’t have much musical talent, I’ll never be a lead guitarist. LOL. But, I love playing, as simple as what I can produce is, it gives me great pleasure. Being able to play some of the great old Uke tunes that Tiny Tim did, well, that’s an even better pleasure, 😀

  • FaunaAndFlora

    The Bad Livers ~ Fist Magnet

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIkloOqIA00

    • I used to own Delusions of Banjer! Great band.

      • FaunaAndFlora

        That does not surprise me. 🙂

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    • I cannot like or comment positively on Metallica, for political reasons, thought I may or may not have loved them as a younger man. 😉

  • kreskin
      • kreskin

        Have seen J.T. a few times . The best concert I ever saw , certainly the most memorable , was on a warm summer night over at the Gorge ( in George ) . They were really on , played for a long time , could tell he was enjoying himself . Laying in the grass , sky was filled with stars , the Columbia river flowing way down below , fantastic .

      • kreskin

        Gorge Amphitheater ( The picture doesn’t begin to do the place justice )

  • FaunaAndFlora
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  • notisaidthepig
  • Who’s down with V.E.G.?

    Ohhhh, Baba Ganoush!

    https://youtu.be/VLahXDppNYE

    • FaunaAndFlora

      Don’t much care for vegetarianism, but I raise most of my food and make a damn good moussaka.

  • True story, y’all.

    https://youtu.be/zTOG20ZNJ6k

  • FaunaAndFlora

    Gary Numan and Tubeway Army~ Are Friends Electric

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55f9x-mbKHQ

  • It truly is the place where dreams go to die!

    https://youtu.be/zTOG20ZNJ6k

  • It is truly the place where dreams go to die!

    https://youtu.be/A_YPFvC-C_E

  • Another great artist featured on Dr. Demento’s show…

    https://youtu.be/Pw6rQun4N68

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  • OK, just one more Dr. Demento-featured Parody.

    https://youtu.be/kRpcEFJL1_8

  • FaunaAndFlora
    • kreskin

      Didn’t know what to expect . I like it .

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  • Jesus fucking Christ! I can;’t believe this didn’t get posted, given the post body!

    https://youtu.be/5Z0pP8FqYvk

    • 17

      Every, EVERY Saturday morning!

    • 17

      Hey Unk, Mrs. 17 seems to think there’s still some Sunday night radio show still runs Dr. Demento’s show. Do you know of this?

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  • MsPythia

    Here’s a couple of tunes — at opposite ends of things — but both dedicated to the horror that is Shillary Clinton.

    This first tune ‘Who Reaps the Profits? Who Pays the Price?’ was written by that strange, wonderful and prolific folksinger Leon Rosselson. He wrote it with Maggie Thatcher in mind when she was viciously screwing over the miners during the UK coal strike (lead by Arthur Scargill) in 1984-85, and not caring what would happen to these people and their families once they had no work and no skills whatsoever to get other jobs. It’s good for a woman like Shillz too, since it fits her mindset just like a glove, too.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhPotrlXg24

    The second tune is by those awesome Australian punk rockers The Saints — known as the only punk band ever that could use a full-on horn section, and not make it sound stupid or insipid or phony — in fact it totally kicks ass! This tune is off their epic 1976-77 album ‘(I’m) Stranded’ and it fits Shillz because when it comes to the BS she’s always shovelling, you need to ‘Know Your Product.’

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9M3b9lh-7s

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  • MsPythia

    Miles Davis — So What

    One of the greatest albums of all time: Kind of Blue

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKNzdBNJ7Bg

    • Chunga

      Yessssssssssssssssss.

  • MsPythia

    Howard Devoto’s post punk- power-pop band after he left the Buzzcocks:
    Magazine — album ‘Real Life,’ song ‘Shot By Both Sides’
    (I’ve recently been re-visting some of this stuff in my record collection after a lot of years of totally ignoring it — it is clearly a precursor to some of the goth-emo stuff that followed in it’s wake! 🙂
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybUqM8jf3mU

  • MsPythia
  • MsPythia

    Peggy Lee — Why Don’t You Do Right?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sE73giFnLBs

  • MsPythia
    • The Pogues. Another one of the greatest bands ever.,

  • Chunga

    Another Bruce Cockburn song. I rarely touch this one because of the painful memories it brings from an abusive relationship. But the beauty of the song can still push through that if I let it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Dy3bhQ_AlY

  • Chunga

    Always loved Bruce Cockburn, from his political songs of injustice to his beautiful love songs. In last weeks music thread I said I thought Joni Mitchel was the greatest female lyricist, I think Bruce is one of the greatest male lyricists.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TD2ft4KPno

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