well, @simey's & my favorite youtube sensations - the Clark Family Quarantine Kids - are at it again with their b'day wk McCartney tribute. i dont think it would be out of line for our kristacular leader & inspiration to contrast frontgirl Bellamy's sense of rhythm & pitch with the late Linda McCartney's. after all, she's almost eight now.......
I saw this post Thursday and meant to come back to it, but then forgot until now. They're amazing. They won me over long ago against all odds (I despise "Youtube sensations" and precocious families filming their lives), and they're getting better (all the time ). That's a helluva difficult song.
Bellamy v. Linda
Rhythm - Bellamy hops around arrhythmically, seemingly unaware of what's playing in the background, but comes in for her vocals right on the beat. Linda
Winner - Bellamy
Pitch - Bellamy knows her spots and doesn't overdo them. She takes on Paul's high harmonies with aplomb. Linda
Winner - Bellamy
Intangibles - Bellamy exudes pure joy. Linda had a rockin' mullet.
Winner - Tie
Me too on the outro, and I agree regarding Beckett. I remember when the kids were so raw starting out. Beckett and Cash have improved a lot, and Bellamy is a work in progress. She is the entertainer.
My wife and son are country fans and we watched a Red Rocks concert of his that was filmed for TV. There were a couple of Hootie songs in the broadcast. That was a while ago, though.@plinko JuddZillers, did you see that Darius Rucker is playing in Chicago July 14th at something called The Smokeout? I know he is country now, and I don't know if he also sings his old songs (probably does), but that might be fun eating some BBQ and listening to a homegrown (Charleston guy).
Do you like his country music? He seems like a good guy to me.My wife and son are country fans and we watched a Red Rocks concert of his that was filmed for TV. There were a couple of Hootie songs in the broadcast. That was a while ago, though.@plinko JuddZillers, did you see that Darius Rucker is playing in Chicago July 14th at something called The Smokeout? I know he is country now, and I don't know if he also sings his old songs (probably does), but that might be fun eating some BBQ and listening to a homegrown (Charleston guy).
I bought my first around the same time. My parents would not let me buy that one. I think I ended up buying New Kids on the Block’s Hangin’ Tough instead
You are a Detroitinian and look at how you spelled Bob's last name.
Baby I’m not fooling:
No f-f-foolin’First album I can remember getting is Eagles Live when I was 11. I got it because I was playing Hotel California with two other students at a guitar recital, so I listened to that song hundreds of times.
After that, the next albums I remember was getting two albums as gifts for my birthday... I think my 14th birthday. I got Pyromania and 1999.
Not bad for a first 3.
I saw Bob Seger back in the early 80s, and he was so good. I took someone's ticket that couldn't go, and I was happily surprised at how great he and his band were. He had so much energy. I ended up going because the original ticket holder was sick, and it ended up being one of the best shows I saw that decade. It made me a fan of his.Little too tall could have used a few pounds.
Baby I’m not fooling:
S13E24 February 7, 1970
The Sandpipers--""Come Saturday Morning"" Evie Sands--""Any Way That You Want Me."" THE AB1970 TOP TEN HITS of 2/7/1970: 1. The Shocking Blue-Venus 2. The Jackson 5-I Want You Back 3. B.J. Thomas-Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head 4. Sly & The Family Stone-Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) 5. Tom Jones-Without Love (There is Nothing at all) 6. Dionne Warwick-I'll Never Fall in Love Again 7. Eddie Holman-Hey There Lonely Girl 8. Led Zeppelin-Whole Lotta Love 9. The Guess Who?-No Time 10. The Archies-Jingle Jangle.
I missed the layup too, but I’ve transferred from Waikiki over to the Disney Aulani resort and was posting while sipping on some mai tais while son over at the kids’ club.I missed the layup, Don. I should have just reaffirmed that our "parents just don't understand."
And this girl's hand was steadily moving up my thigh.
He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper. That was class back then. I owned that one, but I was a bit older than you, I think.
I said, Mom, this shirt is plaid with a butterfly collar
I like it better than the Hootie stuff for the most part.Do you like his country music? He seems like a good guy to me.My wife and son are country fans and we watched a Red Rocks concert of his that was filmed for TV. There were a couple of Hootie songs in the broadcast. That was a while ago, though.@plinko JuddZillers, did you see that Darius Rucker is playing in Chicago July 14th at something called The Smokeout? I know he is country now, and I don't know if he also sings his old songs (probably does), but that might be fun eating some BBQ and listening to a homegrown (Charleston guy).
I just watched a Leonid and Friends video that had a cuica in it. Not how I expected it to look. But definitely sounded like Muppet torture.There’s a tiny piece of some Sesame Street sketch in my head, where various muppets are being pressed or smacked in some way and making a sound like that
I could be making it up
Talking about cuica
We had a friend who’s mom got mad at him for similar reasons and blamed rap music. She threw out all his cassettes. Little did she know our buddy had a dual tape deck and we just copied all our rap tapes for him. He was back in business a couple days later.I mean, my parents' big "other shoe to drop" punishment threat was to take away my music for the quarter, half-year, whatever year it was that my grades weren't up to snuff. That and a bit of censoring. That always proved fertile for family hijinks. I'd usually find the hiding spot and sneak a bunch of tapes out and continue right on truckin'.
When my kids were in preschool one of the cds we’d listen to in the car on the way to school was foreigner greatest hits (I know not fine art but there was no swearing).
|1. In My Life|
|2. Day In the Life|
|3. Helter Skelter|
|4. Norwegian Wood|
|6. And I Love Her|
|Abbey Road Medley|
|8. Back in the USSR|
|10. Tomorrow Never Comes|
|11. Can't Buy Me Love|
|12. I Me Mine|
|13. Come Together|
|14. Nowhere Man|
|15. Hey Bulldog|
|16. And Your Bird Can Sing|
|17. Ballad of John and Yoko|
|18. All My Loving|
|19. I'm Down|
|20. I've Just Seen A Face|
|22.While My Guitar Gently Weeps|
|23. Let It Be|
|24. Twist & Shout|
|25. You Know My Name|
|Todd Rundgren||New Binky the Doormat||International Feel|
If any track of A Wizard, A True Star, Todd Rundgren's fourth studio album released on March 2, 1973, deserves radio airplay, "International Feel" is one of ...
|Jorge Ben Jor||Don Quixote||Criola|
|Brandi Carlile||JB Breakfast Club||Follow - self-titled|
|The Police||Zegras11||Can't Stand Losing You|
|Modest Mouse||The Dreaded Marco||Truckers Atlas|
The Twelfth Song From The Album " The Lonesome Crowded West ". Also i didn't put any pictures besides the album cover because it would be kind of pointless a...
|Genesis||Yo Mama||The Battle of Epping Forest|
|Stevie Ray Vaughan||Sullie||Scuttle Buttin'|
|The Decemberists||kupcho1||Sons & Daughters|
|...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead||plinko||The Summer of '91|
Worlds Apart (2005)
|The Kinks||Galileo||A Well Respected Man (1965 - single, later on Kwyet Kinks in UK, Kingdom in US)|
|Rush||higgins||Red Sector A|
|Sigur Rós||Scoresman||Festival - Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust - 2008|
|Donald Fagen||Charlie Steiner||Brooklyn (Owes the Charmer Under Me)|
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music GroupBrooklyn (Owes The Charmer Under Me) · Steely DanCan't Buy A Thrill℗ 1972 Geffen RecordsReleased on: 1972-01-01As...
|Green Day||MAC_32||Panic Song|
|Daft Punk||rockaction||Alive |
“Alive” is taken from “Homework” available on all platforms: https://daftpunk.lnk.to/Homework Subscribe to the official Daft Punk YouTube channel: https://da...
|Elliott Smith||Tuffnutt||Son of Sam|
|Chicago||Pip's Invitation||Song of the Evergreens|
|The Stranglers||John Maddens Lunchbox||Shut Up|
|Ryan Adams||Dr. Octopus||Hotel Chelsea Nights|
|Stevie Wonder||Uruk-Hai||We Are The World |
|Slade||Mrs. Rannous||Sing Shout (Knock Yourself Out)|
Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) LimitedSing Shout (Knock Yourself Out) · SladeYou Boyz Make Big Noize℗ 1987 Perseverance Ltd. under exclusi...
|Phish||shuke||Back On The Train|
|Electgric Light Orchestra (ELO)||jwb||Last Train to London |
|Frank Black||Mister CIA||I'm Not Dead (I'm In Pittsburgh)|
Provided to YouTube by Red EssentialI’m Not Dead (I’m in Pittsburgh) · Frank BlackFast Man Raider Man℗ Cooking VinylReleased on: 2008-05-05Artist: Frank Blac...
|Clutch||Raging Weasel||Milk of Human Kindness|
|Dinosaur Jr.||KarmaPolice||Tarpit |
Well, I'm sittin' here playing solitaire
With my pearl-handled deck
The county won't give me no more methadone
And they cut off your welfare check
|Alice in Chains||Mt. Man||Angry Chair|
|AC/DC||falguy||Ain't No Fun (Waiting 'Round To Be A Millionaire)|
|The Hold Stead||scorchy||The Ambassador|
|Damon Albarn||Eephus||Blur (feat. Françoise Hardy) --- To the End (La Comedie) |
Deluxe edition of Ray Charles' greatest hits including "Hit The Road Jack" and more..♫ Listen to the full best of on YouTube → http://bit.ly/2EkPFrs⇓ Stream ...
|Doves||landrys hat||Winter Hill|
|Spoon||Hov34||Rent I Pay|
|Foo Fighters||Just Win Baby||Rope|
|Simon & Garfunkel||zamboni||"Old Friends"|
Written by Simon, this is one of their classic and odd as it is, next years it will be "Terribly strange to be seventy" for the boys. Hard to believe Paul wr...
Thanks to everyone who posted their videos.Special thanks to @mitchwight270, @Saxman777, @thechaz26 and @efxf22 for their videos !Buy the audio from BruceSpr...
|The Prodigy||titusbramble||Funky ****|
|Heart||Doug B||If Looks Could Kill|
|The Tragically Hip||Northern Voice||Cordelia|
|Elton John||timschochet||Sweet Painted Lady|
I did see that, and it's very close to where I'm staying. I am a cousin in law of sorts to him.
Fun fact: While no one from Chicago participated in We Are the World, the band contributed a Chicago 17 outtake called Good for Nothing to the album. It was Peter Cetera's last lead vocal for the band before he left."We Are The World" is putrid. Of course, being a Chicago 17 stan, and a soulless thief, I had the 45.
This is the greatest and most accurate review of We Are the World I've ever read!!#17 "We Are The World"
Musically, this is junk - there's nothing even remotely interesting going on here. Lyrically, it's even worse - a pile of Lionel Richie & Michael Jackson Hallmark Greeting Card non sequiturs about how rich people "care". Then they pat each other on the back, hop into limos, go back to mounds of food (& cocaine) at their mansions in Bel Air, and forget all about the 10,000 kids who starved to death while this record was being made.
So, why is this here? The singing, of course. Sans Prince and Madonna, pretty much every major American pop star of 1985 is on this record.
Poor Tina Turner got saddled with Billy Joel. Luckily, he only had one harmony line and - even better - he didn't write it.
They trotted out Bob Dylan - then at a career nadir - to try and tap into the whole '60s "protest" thing(?). He pretty much kills whatever momentum this limp disk had.
Kim Carnes - who couldn't out-sing a bad muffler - was there only because one of the producers was her manager.
I don't always like Springsteen's "scream it all out" style, but that makes me a hypocrite - Otis Redding is my God. That's on me. The Boss brings it here.
Cyndi Lauper should have sung this whole song.
I always though James Ingram was underrated. It's like he's too conventional, but not conventional enough. That man could sing.
Ray Charles is on this. As wikkid used to say "nuffced"
Oh, and Stevie Wonder goes the **** off in his vamp with Bruce.