Monthly Archives: February 2012

Sexy Album Covers

In keeping with Valentine’s week I thought I’d just post some of my favorite sexy covers.   Side one is for the guys and side two is for the ladies.                       Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers […]

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Business time

Happy Valentine’s Day!  Here’s a list of an album per decade to put on when you think it may be business time. Click on the photo to hear them on Spotify. Be careful if you listen to these albums at work as sexiness may spontaneously erupt.  Enjoy! Frank Sinatra “In The Wee Small Hours 1955 […]

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It is just like Amy Winehouse only played out over  almost 30 years.  Young woman with an amazing voice captures America’s heart with songs that change the face of pop music,  her live shows consistently amaze audiences and it looks like nothing can stop her.  Then the demons take over, she marries a man of questionable […]

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Free Music Friday

Amazon has a nice  list of up and coming artists to sample this month….and like most new music, it reminds of of old music but it’s all worth hearing. Enjoy the smooth, dare I say Carpenter-esque sound of Rumer …the quirky vocals of Hospitality …learn of Sharon Van Etten‘s scary inner thoughts in the song […]

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Grammy weekend

Okay, so we don’t have tickets to the Grammy Award show or the pre or post show parties but we can still enjoy it in our own way. Paul McCartney is being honored on Friday by MusiCares as the 2012 Person Of The Year.  You may not be able to afford the minimum price of […]

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The Viral Band

The band OK Go has found their niche.  A long, long time ago, back in 2002 OK Go was on a major label and the major label did what major labels do, try to get radio and video airplay with the single, get the CDs in the stores, get them in magazines and sent them on […]

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Van Halen XXVI years later

Let’s not get carried away but Van Halen with Diamond David Lee Roth is coming out with their first album together since 1984 came out on January 9, 1984!  That’s twenty six years ago.  To give you an idea of how long ago that was, the Super Bowl was only XVIII years old and apparently […]

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Don Cornelius

As most of you know Don Cornelius died on February 1. Soul Train hosted some amazing moments.  Click on the photos to see some of my favorites of the “hippest trip in America”. Aretha Franklin sings “Mary Don’t You Weep” Billy Preston (and his spectacular afro) “Nothing From Nothing” The Staple Singers (with Pops) singing […]

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Weekend In LA

Just like last week, the place to go to in Los Angeles are the museums. First Fridays return to Natural History Museum.  This month’s presentation is going to get H-O-T, as biological anthropologist, Amy Parish discusses the sexual interaction of the bonobos, the closest living relative to humans.  The social system of the Bonobo is […]

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Alan Lomax

Have you ever wondered how primitive folks and world songs in the pre-phonograph era survived?  Well you can thank Alan Lomax.  An early day Indiana Jones, if you will, for going to parts unknown; logging and recording these songs for posterity. Without these recordings Leadbelly, The Byrds or The White Stripes  might not have discovered “Take A […]

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