OK, Agonistas- this week has been beyond horrible- every single story of ours since the last Jukebox, every news outlet, every blog site – look at them, look at us! Sometimes that world’s just too much to take nonstop.
So before the regular Jukebox kicks in on Saturday, a special extra one to help get [...]
Just to get it out of the way… Word Crimes – Weird Al
Rules this week: – The first ten comments will have the music embedded- after that, probably not-we’ll see how the thread loads. Trying to determine whether any additional appeal of embed justifies effort. Editors’ posts will be left however they submit them.
- Any ranting at other’s music choices will be expunged.:-). . After all [...]
Links from here on please, to keep the thread from getting too slow. Cheech Neil Diamond
SPK’s listening to this.
Post away on any or all this brings to mind – and enjoy before the long days are gone:
1. “Midsummer” -The Swedes have it as a national holiday, and along with building fertility poles, the Swedes jump around like little frogs, singing “Små grodorna”. No shame in just sampling a bit of it.
(Jukebox I: Weekend Jukebox: Deja Vu all over again, again)
h/t Tina Personal or political, past or present,any genre, but especially dedicated to “Dick” Cheney. . Won’t get fooled again, will we?
Hank Snow: A Fool Such as I
Musicians celebrating (?) the Water Of Life:
Crazy – wherever you want to take it.
The Who – “Happy Jack”
For all the rock & roll DJ’s, locally famous (I followed NYC radio) in their day, the great music they opened our heads to, and their words we loved or hated. …
What are some great or terrible DJ moments from your rock & roll radio listening?
Some of mine:
1. May 10 1982. [...]
Surprise us with something different.
As that is where rumor has it, SP is heading…
Passport, but what else? Music from whomever, whatever, wherever, however. A few to start.
1. Charles Trenet “La Mer” full symphony orchestra/chorus a la francaise 50 years after he first sang it fail to overpower him, even late in life… .
La Paloma – Trio Los Pancho y Mari Trini
Your favorite cut (or CD) if you had to choose one (1) without prolonged agonizing, and (optionally) why. Mine is:
Simon and Garfunkel in Central Park: “America” for Simon’s wiseass remarks and location,location,location (The Sheep Meadow)