George Winston passed away earlier this year. I will always be indebted to him for a couple of the great piano albums of all time.
My Mom passed away in 2001. Some music performers both make me miss her and make me feel closer to her. Nanci Griffith is DEFINITELY one of those performers
Sometimes you just have to shrug about how much you enjoy a song.
“Don’t Tell Me You Love Me” by Night Ranger is such a song for me.
Yeah, I love a lot of Oingo Boingo’s music. Danny Elfman was a musical genius for a long, long time. Might still be, I just haven’t heard anything from him in a while.
Colourbox deserved better. This song didn’t get the attention is deserved. Here’s your chance to catch up.
When David Bowie came out with “Blue Jean” in 1984, I will admit, I wasn’t that excited about it. Seemed too saxophone-y.
You probably haven’t heard the original version of this song. It was covered in the movie soundtrack “Into the Wild” by Eddie Vedder and that version is great.
But I prefer Indio’s version of “Hard Sun”.
What is the greatest song by Pink Floyd?
No, it isn’t this one. This is just David Gilmour.
So, first of all, Slow Death is just a great guitar song, period. It isn’t the original creation of The Dictators, but as far as I’m concerned they own this song.
If you haven’t listened to the Dead Letter Office album, you’ve probably missed this one. And it’s great.